Re: Update on previously mentioned issue with single-letternavigation
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I too read "Single letter navigation", which is a specific term used to indicate pressing say H to move to the next heading on a web page.
So, now we know it's "First letter navigation" on the desktop, yes I can replicate. We do have an issue for this here: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/10971
The workaround I'd suggest is to create a configuration profile for explorer (when on the desktop) and in that profile, turn off speak typed characters and speak command keys.
I wrote a piece for In-Process on doing this awhile ago. The specific steps in the article are to change the "Say all" profile, but at the step where you create a new profile, tab to "Use this profile for" and right arrow to "Current program", it will set it up for the current program. (Otherwise it is also covered in several topics in Basic Training for NVDA in more depth).
On Thu, Sep 10, 2020 at 10:19 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
I read the message again and I see it discusses the desktop and not quick