Re: Some mouse navigation questions


If someone wants to ask something about the way NVDA does something compared to JAWS, and even give an example of how/why they feel JAWS did something better, I don't mind that at all as it's still informative. When people start bashing one screenreader to promote another, and I don't care which one, that's where I start to see a loss of respect. To me, that's part of flaming. Let's all keep it civil.


On 2/13/2019 10:18 AM, Nimer Jaber wrote:
there is absolutely no difference in using the mouse with either screen reader running. In any case, this comparison between JAWS and NVDA is sort of pointless. If you have an NVDA question, please ask, otherwise let's try to refrain from bashing other products.


On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 10:11 AM Chris Shook <chris0309@...> wrote:
In my experience, NVDA is a lot better at using the mouse when the
screen reader is active.
With JAWS, the mouse can be trouble. According to some sighted people
I've asked for help, the mouse doesn't go where you want it to. At
least, that's the way it was about two years ago.


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