Re: NVDA command to copy a link
Pascal Lambert <coccinelle86@...>
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I am using the latest versions of Windows and NVDA. I am referring to a link to an article on Breitbart.com that I want to copy and paste on Facebook so other can click on it to read.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2019 11:20 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA command to copy a link
You don't have to use the mouse if you are in browse mode or in a list view in a program that supports this kind of thing. and you only use the context menu if you are copying a link address where the link is words such as click here to see the article. If the link is written out,
you copy it to the clipboard and paste it wherever you want.
If the link is words, Be on the link. Open the application menu either with the application key or shift f10. Look at the items in the menu. Is there something like copy link location or copy link? Please give a concrete example including telling us if you want to copy a written out link or a link as words, such as click here to see the article. Also, tell us what program you are using.
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Thank you so much for your prompt reply. My keyboard does not have an application key.
Sorry for being such a novice, how do you copy with the mouse? Is there an alternative to using the application key? Sometimes I used the shift-f9 which provides a menu that has a copy link command. Unfortunately, for some reason it at times copies the link above the one I am interested in copying.
Many thanks for your help.
Note that control+c doesn't work if you select the link (or anything) with the mouse - if you've used the mouse to select, then press the applications key to bring up the context menu, and choose "copy".
In many cases, if you navigate to a link, you can use the applications key to bring up the context menu and choose "copy link location" or "copy link address".
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