I hope it works for you Ollie
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On 10/03/2016 17:35, Mallard wrote:
Will take care of that. Sounds valuable.
Il 09/03/2016 21:11, Chris ha scritto:
the best way to sort this is to start from scratch with a new
firfox profile with the default profile
if that works then you know where the problem lies
this can be easily done by backing up your profile folder in
then delet the folder and restart firefox
it should then start with no extensions and default profile
it sounds like an extension that may be at fault so dont install
all at once just try one at a time
good luck anyway
On 09/03/2016 20:01, Dejan Ristic wrote:
Do you have it maximized? It's happened
to me when I use it minimized. As you say, the unit reads a
link, but as far as clicking is concerned, something different
comes into view. Have you tried the focus mode to click on a
link and/or a button in? I use the very one when I fail to
activate a button or a link.
On 3/9/2016 5:01 PM, Mallard wrote:
For a week or so now, Firefox is driving me crazy.
When I click on a link on a webpage, for some reason I end
up clicking on something different from the one I had under
my fingers on my braille display or that is read by the
Today I even upgraded to Firefox 45.0 to see whether the
problem could be solved, but no... Still the same.
I'm using the latest Next snapshot of NVDA, but the same
thing happens with an older version of NVDA (2015.2), so I
think it might be something in Firefox.
Has anyone experienced someghing similar?