Have you enabled the capslock key as an additional NVDA key? It should make the pageup/down keystroke more comfortable.
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of David Mehler
Sent: 06 July 2016 06:43
Subject: Re: [nvda] laptop layout
Thank you. For me I have read the manual, I do better with audio learning like a podcast or something.
Thanks for the information.
My issue is the NVDA+ page up or down, not an easy key sequence on my keyboard.
Suggestion has been made to get a bluetooth external fullsized keyboard, I don't like this option as it's one more thing to carry.
On 7/5/16, Sukil Etxenike via Groups.io <email@example.com> wrote:
Have you read the manual? I don't have any problem remembering the
laptop layout. Just NVDA + arrows (combined with ctrl and / or shift),
plus NVDA + Enter and NVDA + PageUp or NVDA + PageDown should get you
going. To use the mouse use NVDA + M or NVDA + Shift + M, and to click
use NVDA + brackets combined with CTRL or Shift.
El 05/07/2016 a las 9:24, Brian's Mail list account escribió:
Yes its called an external keyboard I think. I could not get my head
around the concert pianist structure either.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "David Mehler"
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 6:38 PM
Subject: [nvda] laptop layout
I'm using the latest NVDA 2016 on a development laptop. This machine
does not have a keypad. I've gone over the manual for laptop layout
with regards object navigation and screen review, I am just not
Does anyone have any pointers? Things that'll stick in the memory?