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Try the following in the browser when in focus and you know you are in the page.
The shortcut is nvda key + letter V
It will say some thing like use screen layout off this is what you want and will put the link on the same line as the text.
There is also a settings under the browse mode settings where this can be done either checked for on or unchecked for off.
See if that does it.
On 25/11/2018 6:02 AM, MAX wrote:
It appears this list is not like some others I was on briefly. I haven’t been flamed for asking a stupid question or been told to go look it up.
Here is my problem. When I select help from the NVDA menu and then user guide my browser opens and I am on the table of contents. Then I down arrow to 5 navigating
with NVDA. When I press enter or space bar nothing happens. I have to scroll the screen and click the mouse. But that’s not all. I can see that the screen changes but NVDA continues reading the table of contents. I printed out the entire user guide and
put it under my CCTV reader but that takes a lot of time. I have tried the NVDA key + numpad keys and I can move to the desk top and back to the table of contents but I haven’t figured out how to move to the page which is displayed. This effects other sites
as well but this seems like the best example. I am using windows 10 and Microsoft edge which should be the latest versions because automatic update is turned on. Can someone get me out of this catch 22 situation.
Max K 4 O D S.
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On Behalf Of Quentin Christensen
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Need help with help.
Welcome to the group. If you can describe the problem you are having clearly, you will normally get a pretty helpful response from everyone here in the group.
Do you have a particular question now? You mentioned seeing what kind of response this question got but I can't see one there.
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