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Gene - Great advice, I managed to get the link and copy it in to Chrome and all was of course just fine.
On 25/03/2019 15:11, Gene wrote:
I don't know if or what the solution might be. A work around is to leave Chrome opened when you are looking at mail. Depending on the e-mail program you are using, what you see in the context menu may have a different name.
But on a link in a message, open the context menu and see if there is something like copy address or copy link or copy link location. Press enter on it and it will be copied to the clipboard. then paste the link into the Chrome address bar and press enter.
If your e-mail program doesn't have that option, I don't think you can do this with whatever program you are using.
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Sent: Monday, March 25, 2019 9:50 AM
Subject: [nvda] web browsers
I find NVDA works so well with Chrome, but I just can't get any links
in E-mails to default to Chrome. I've checked default settings in
Windows 10 and Chrome is the deafault, but the links default to The
Edge. Any ideas, please.