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you may be writing NVDA history here, squashing an entire swarm of
browse mode related problems in one fell swoop while at the same time
leaving the traditional code in place and fully functional when
required. My applause.
Am Di., 22. Jan. 2019 um 00:34 Uhr schrieb Tony Malykh <email@example.com>:
I would like to ask volunteers of NVDA community to test fast browse
mode in NVDA. Here is a link to alpha version with fast browse mode enabled:
A little background. NVDA has systematic problems with browse mode,
* Rubber band effect - sometimes right after keystroke focus jumps back
to the previous position in the document.
* Edit boxes and other form controls inside web pages sporadically
entering forms mode, especially if pressing keystrokes quickly one after
* General sluggishness.
Fast browse mode aims to resolve all three of these issues. You can
toggle between fast and traditional browse mode by pressing NVDA+8 (not
numpad 8, but number row 8). Fast browse mode is enabled by default in
this build. Traditional mode is the same as what you get in all official
Three questions I have for the testers:
1. Do you feel that fast browse mode is indeed faster than traditional
browse mode? If so, in which websites/scenarios you see the most
2. If you have experienced any of the three browse mode problems
mentioned above, can you still reproduce them with fast browse mode?
3. Are there any bugs with fast browse mode? If so, please provide as
much information about these bugs as possible, such as: Steps to
reproduce, Actual behavior, Expected behavior, System configuration,
Windows version, Browser version, Website name, errors in NVDA output
log if any.
Please send your feedback as a reply to this thread. Don't forget to
restart your computer if you are installing this version before
reporting bugs. Also, this is effectively an alpha version, which means
that it will likely play a two-tone error sound whenever there's an
exception - it doesn't necessarily mean there's a problem with fast
For more information, here is NVDA bug (one of dozens, but this seems to
be the main one):