Re: How can I copy, keeping the format of the document in Chrome?


Sean
 

It work now. I’m puzzled that I couldn’t discover it.
Thanks a lot Gene

  1. NVDA+Spacebar
    • With HTML document open in Chrome
  2. CTRL+a
    • NVDA doesn’t say anything. We can understand that it’s true here. In the other selection, the number of characters selected is reported. If the text is short, all reading.
  3. ctrl+c
On 03/08/2020 01:19, Gene wrote:

I wrote the last step incorrectly, but that's what I meant.  I meant NVDA Space to turn on browse mode again but I wrote NVDA a instead.  I'm glad you caught the error.  I check my messages before I send them but sometimes I don't catch something even when I read it again.

Gene
Gene
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Sean

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