On Tue, Dec 8, 2020 at 10:15 PM, Gene wrote:
They are taught to press enter to take an action after you select it with the arrow keys. they are not taught whether they are double or single clicking nor that what enter does appears to change with the context.-
Potato, po-tah-to. This is the kind of hair splitting I'm not even going to try to address. It's about the mechanics of getting the same result. The exact how is not what's relevant here.
Most blind users can read directions written for the sighted and know what click, double click, right click, left click, bring up the context menu, etc., mean in terms of the method(s) they use to do what the point and click equivalent does. It's not the how that's important, it's getting the desired action to take place. Most, with the exception of complete neophytes, already know this. And for those who were formerly sighted and were former "point and clickers," they instantly know what the "to keyboard" translation is.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042
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