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I can agree here. I'm learning to start looking around the screen
more, usually at the bottom, if something I click doesn't seem to
do anything at first. That's where the confirmations show up, and
on the content and devices page at Amazon, that's almost always
true. Maybe some sort of notice that content at bottom of page has
changed would alert especially the beginner that something is
going on that NVDA isn't focussing on immediately.
On 3/10/2019 1:18 PM, Gene wrote:
This thread raises the question
about whether a feature should be added to NVDA while using
browse mode or forms mode. If you are filling out a form, it
might be a useful feature to be able to have new material that
comes up in response to an action taken automatically read.
It appears, from comments in this thread, that new material
comes up in response to something the user does and it is not
in the form or not in a place the user would come across it if
just going down the form. If it were read, the user would be
alerted to look elsewhere for the new material.
I'm not sure this feature should
be on by default but it might be useful and save people
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Sent: Sunday, March 10, 2019 3:03 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] using nvda to cancel Kindle
Thank you, Richard. That did the trick. Intuitive it is not, but
nice to be able to do this without having to ask my sighted
It'd be cool if focus could be placed on that confirmation box
press the cancel button.
On 3/10/2019 12:41 PM, Richard Bartholomew wrote:
> I haven't done this for a while but, from memory, I think
that when you hit enter on that element, a confirmation box
appears at the bottom of the screen.
> Good luck!
> Richard Bartholomew
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> Subject: [nvda] using nvda to cancel Kindle magazine
> I wonder if anybody can give me some advice as to the exact
steps to follow in order to use the Amazon website to cancel
Kindle magazine subscriptions.I can get to the "manage content and
devices" section as instructed. I even managed to get the site to
show my magazine subscriptions, something I was not successful at
doing using my iPhone.
> Once you have the subscriptions showing, there is an
"actions" button to the left of each subscription. You are suppose
to click on that to reveal choices, such as changing payment
method or canceling the subscription. I can find the cancel
subscription, but it does not activate when you press enter on it.
I can also find it with object navigation, then press the numpad
key for left click, also to no avail.
> What am I missing here?