Sarah & Brian--I don't know if this would be helpful or not--& from
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your description, Brian, it sounds like not--but sometimes I have been
able to determine what buttons represent by using Win10 OCR. It's
always worth a try.
On 5/9/20, Brian Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yes, it did, and the idiots that redid the site used an unlabeled button,
with the icon of an abstract person's head and shoulders, as the account
button. What's even weirder is that once I click on it, and expand it, I
can't seem to enter in to the expanded fields, which include where you enter
your e-mail address and password.
I remember playing with this site not long ago when you were asking about it
then, and I know that button was a text button labeled, "Account."
Just FYI, if I start using the b shortcut, it's the second button. The
first reads "clickable button" and is the search button. The second, which
reads simply "button" is the account button.
Brian *-* Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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