Re: Reading "Say All" at the Top of the Page


It isn't clear, but I think you are asking about a web page. 
F5 refreshes the web page.  That isn't necessary.  Use control home, the exact command you use to move to the top of any document.  Browse mode uses all the same commands you can use in any standard edit field, control home for top of document, control end for end, etc.  Browse mode emulates a cursor being present even though there isn't one.
Do you know the quick navigation commands such as h for move to the next heading, e, move to the next edit field, n, skip block of links, etc?

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Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 8:46 AM
Subject: [nvda] Reading "Say All" at the Top of the Page



Suppose I am in Edit mode, and I want to switch to “Say All” mode, and start reading from the beginning of the page, not where I left off. What I currently do is press Insert + space. Then I press Insert + F5 to get me to the beginning of the page, then I Press Insert + down arrow to start reading from the beginning of the page.


Is there a more direct way to accomplish this?





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