Re: caret browsing question?
Those who use Windows 10 Narrator may be able to discuss the question more. But for one thing, we don't even know if any screen-reader is aware of the virtual cursor used in caret browsing. Just because a virtual cursor is present doesn't mean a screen-reader is aware of it and I doubt it is. Just because a real cursor is present, doesn't mean a screen-reader is necessarily aware of it.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I just tried an experiment. I turned off browse mode in NVDA. I then turned on the virtual cursor in Firefox. NVDA didn't respond in any way when I moved the arrow keys.
From: David Csercsics
Sent: Friday, July 17, 2020 7:43 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] caret browsing question?
Interesting. I figured it was redundant, but I guess you'd need it
without the virtual buffer, so it's probably more useful for things like