Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?
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Yes of course page designers could help a lot by not hiding links under the text of pages that when read by us do not seem to be links unless we look at them, and you cannot get to the link address if you wanted, as I often do, to put the link in a text script for humans to read for an audio publication!toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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Subject: Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?
On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 03:15 AM, Brian's Mail list account wrote:
You can certainly do this with the page that results from using the Chrome Reader mode. After looking at the result of Chrome's native reader mode and the Reader add-on I far prefer the result from the former to the latter, particularly if cut and paste is desired. The Reader add-on retains far more links along with other web objects like edit boxes, etc., that make no sense to me to have kept in the first place.
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