I had similar problems with configuring Firefox
earlier today. I ended up hitting the router button twice
quickly, then I could use the space bar to activate an
option. Might this work for you?
I don't know about the program itself, Brian, but the
installer leaves a lot to be desired.
I chose the custom installation. There is a series of
checkboxes that select additional tasks to be performed. NVDA
reads them as unchecked and it reads them as unchecked no
matter what I do. Pressing spacebar or enter does nothing.
Routing the mouse to them and clicking does nothing. I
canceled the installation because I had no way of knowing the
true state of the checkboxes.
On 4/11/2020 11:13 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
If you're willing to be the "accessibility
guinea pig" and wouldn't mind trying out the replacement for
PDF-XChange Viewer, which is PDF-XChange Editor, would you?
There was a major change to the look and feel of
the interface, going to the now-all-the-rage flat look,
which I hate, so I didn't go to it. But they very well
could have improved accessibility as part of that move. It
can be downloaded here: https://www.tracker-software.com/product/downloads
You do not need the "Plus" version. I just do not have the
time (nor interest, to be honest) to play with this as far
as determining its accessibility or the lack thereof. I
suspect if nothing else that the OCR function will remain
the same even if the rest is completely inaccessible.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build
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