Arrow keys don't work for me. Or when they do, it says "not checked"
like I didn't even check the box. I thought the problem might be with
my keyboard, so I put new batteries in it. But the problem persists.
Now I know I'm not the only one with this issue. Sometimes my tab key
doesn't work, and sometimes I can't even get the page in NVDA's focus,
and pressing F6 only cycles through address bar and tab control. It
doesn't bring me back to the full page. After I restart NVDA, it
works. Something weird is definitely going on here.
On 2/11/20, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
Tryu up and down arrowing to get the button to click. I have had this
problem with 19.2 and any web page like interface now for months.
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On 11 Feb 2020, at 15:17, Clarissa Mitchell wrote:
I am having the following issue with the new NVDA update and the
latest update to the Chrome browser. If I'm filling out a long form
that has several pages, a survey for instance, I try to check a box or
a radio button, and NVDA will not say "checked". It acts like nothing
happened. And if I press the "next" button, it seems like nothing
happens. If I go to the NVDA menu or restart NVDA, and go back to the
browser window, the refreshed page will display. I've had to restart
NVDA countless times just for one survey. What could be causing this,
and is anyone else having this issue with Chrome? It seems to work
fine on Firefox.
Google Chrome Version: 80.0.3987.100
NVDA version: 2019.3.1
I tried insert+space, and that didn't do the trick either.