Re: NVDA links and buttons on websites

Laughing Thunder

Short of having NVDA route the mouse pointer to the inaccessible item, and clicking the mouse, no. It has to do with the way the website is coded. These things happen when websites are not coded properly to support screen readers. I see this all the time.

On Jul 16, 2020, at 5:44 AM, Hettie <> wrote:

´╗┐Hi all

Is there any solution for links and buttons that doesn't react to the enter key on certain websites? Pressing the NVDA key and slash on the keypad doesn't work either. A friend of mine started at a new job and this presents a major problem for him.


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