Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
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Don't care what the command to move the mouse is, the keystrokes
I put in the post are the ones that work. No idea why, (as I said
before), but they do, and why is anybody's guess. Change the
keystrokes, and you won't be able to click the button.
I didn't invent the keystrokes, I just use them.
On 11/8/2018 7:54 PM, Gene wrote:
The command to move the mouse is NVDA key numpad star,
otherwise called asterisk.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2018 6:28 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Amazon Buying Links
If you're using NVDA, getting to the purchase link is about as
simple as it can get when web designs are broken. All you need
to do is tab until you find the buy now button/link, then use
the NVDA key in combination with the shift and the numpad minus
key (the one in the upper right corner). That will move the NVDA
cursor to the keyboard position. Then press NVDA-numpad enter,
and the button will be pressed. I've already writte this on
this list at least twice before, and yet, it keeps coming up. I
have no idea why amazon broke their site, and I have no idea why
this method works with the key combinations it does, but
nonetheless, I've been quite successfully purchasing and
borrowing via kindle unlimited for several months now since the
change happened, and I assure this method works just fine. I
read several books each month, and kindle unlimited is a large
portion of that read count, so I know of which I speak. Nothing
says you need to tab from the top of the page, use the page down
key, use the arrows, use anything you like to get close to the
purchase/borrow links, then for the final adjustment, use the
tab key, it will get you where you need to be, then use the
NVDA-shift-numpad minus to put the NVDA cursor there, then use
the NVDA-numpad enter to click the button, it works every time.
On 11/8/2018 9:33 AM, kelby carlson
You can get to it with the navigator object, but you
still can't click on it. It's been this way for at least a
couple of months.