Re: Accessing alerts on webpages
I'm not sure if you can see them again. Every now and then, I've looked around but I often haven't found them. I wonder if they can be heard in speech history. If speech is interrupted by new speech, I wonder if everything that would have been spoken is in speech history.
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To be fair, it's not that simple. A lot of times for me, alerts get
interrupted by some other web event, and i only get part of them. So
having a way to access them would be pretty handy. Suppose for example
that a page is loading. An alert pops up, but then the page finishes
loading and NVDA begins reading the page. There goes the alert message.
On 12/3/2019 10:49, Gene wrote:
> What browser are you using? It is the browser that displays these
> kinds of alerts in certain places, whether they originate from the
> browser or the web page. If you let the entire message speak and
> don't interrupt it, you should hear choices with commands for them
> like allow, alt a don't allow, alt d. I made up those choices and
> letters but I make sure to listen to all speech and pay very close
> attention to the choices and commands.
> I'm not sure if and how you see these things after they have spoken.
> If an unfamiliar message occurs, unless you know it is of no interest,
> don't stop it and pay very close attention to see if any choices and
> commands are given if the message is that kind of message.
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* leochick78@... <mailto:leochick78@...>
> *Sent:* Tuesday, December 03, 2019 10:39 AM
> *To:* email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
> *Subject:* [nvda] Accessing alerts on webpages
> How does one access alerts on a webpage? Like the would you like to
> save this password alert or answer an incoming chat request on a chat
> help page?
> Thanks for any help,