Re: info difference depending on manner of navigation
I looked at these links. In Chrome, NVDA was reading them correctly for me. In Firefox, I saw the behavior you described.
Looking at the HTML rather than putting text into the <a> element, the designer used title to label the links. SO, my guess is that when focus is placed on the links with either k or tab, they are spoken but not when using the browse mode. I don’t know if this is a Firefox or NVDA bug.
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