Re: Going to Top/End of Document with Braille Display

John J. Boyer

How is this different from using the Windows control+top and control+end?

On Fri, Oct 11, 2019 at 09:04:32AM -0400, David Csercsics wrote:
There is but only if you have the braille extender add-on installed. If you
want to get something useful from NVDA I recommend you install the add-on.
The commands are a bit weird though. Nothing at all like VoiceOver or JAWS
so it'd take a bit to get used to. Once that add-on is installed then you
can read the documentation and see all the commands assigned. I think maybe
the braille note touch emulates a brailliant, but I'm not sure. If that's
the case I can probably help you if you have trouble.

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