- CAPTCHA AND KEYBOARD SETTINGS
Re: CAPTCHA AND KEYBOARD SETTINGS
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No matter what browser you use, you must solve the re captcha then the check box automatically checks. At least when I do these stupid things!
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Wednesday, December 26, 2018 12:37 AMTo: email@example.comSubject:
Re: [nvda] CAPTCHA AND KEYBOARD SETTINGS
This depends on the kind of CAPTCHA. If it is a Recaptcha, often checking the box that says "I'm not a robot" will be sufficient. Sometimes this doesn't work, but it often works if you use the Chrome browser.
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Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 12:25 AM
Subject: [nvda] CAPTCHA AND KEYBOARD SETTINGS
Hello, I’m Steve and just started using this group this morning so happy Christmas to one and all.
Firstly I ave two issues:
I need to fill in a captcha for my Itunes account. I live on my own and am deafblind. What’s the easiest way to fill in captchas using NVDA please?
Secondly my keyboard using NVDA is reading every single character. How do I change this to reading words and numbers for example? As a supplementary from that, if needing to press the NVDA key ie the big key on keypad, how does one do this if you also have other keys to press? I cannot use either caps lock or the bottom left key above the cursor keys t as these are used for other things?
Sorry I don’t use cameras so haven’t got a picture yet and also apologies that this email has been long.
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