Re: Accessing Chrome History


Gene
 

See this article, which may help you see more history and see it more conveniently.  I don't know anything about this site and I don't vouch for any add-ons or utilities discussed in terms of safety or stability.  But it has interesting and potentially useful information.
 
As for the initial problem, See if this will help.
Open history.
Tab until you get to a check box.
Tab once beyond it and you are In a history item
 
Go into forms mode, NVDA key space bar.
Then down arrow and see how many results you can move through.  I don't know if that will solve the problem.
There is a search edit field you probably know about and that may be a much better way to use history in Chrome without the utility or add-on.  I seldom use history and I particularly dislike the Chrome history interface.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: zahra
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2019 2:16 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessing Chrome History

unfortunately chrome has not an easy way to set that it clears history
after closing the browser.

On 9/29/19, hurrikennyandopo ... <hurrikennyandopo@...> wrote:
> How have you got it set under browsing history in chrome.
>
>
> I just checked on mine mine is set to clear every time I close the browser I
> think it is called all time but it looks as though the history can stay
> there for up to 4 week depending how you have it set.
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> You will have to have a look under the settings then I think it was privacy
> part for it or search for it and it will come up.
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> Gene nz
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> On 29/09/2019 11:41 PM, Dean Martineau wrote:
> Hello.  I find I cannot see all my Chrome history using NVDA, and can barely
> do so using JAWS. Chrome keeps history for three months, but I can’t seem to
> scroll past the last couple days. If a search of history yields lots of
> results, I can’t see all of them. Is there a way to do this that I’m
> missing?
>
> Dean
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