Well, virtual viewer is a pretty generic term in JAWS, it is one of three methods that JAWS programmers can use to present additional or supplemental information to the JAWS user. From your description, there is the "virtual cursor" toggle in JAWS (insert-Z) which in words allows you to do single letter navigation to spelling errors, foot notes, headings, links and other special items. This is similar to "Browse mode" in NVDA which can be toggled with insert-space. Others can provide more details of what signle key navigation is available in this mode in NVDA.
On 10/1/19, 2:14 PM, "firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of kelby carlson" <email@example.com on behalf of firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Is there anything like the virtual viewer in JAWS that NVDA has? It
would be amazing to be able to easily bring up a list of footnotes in