It seems to be all web pages as far as I
can tell. I wondered if it was specific pages but I can't find
any that act as I had previously expected.
On 2/14/2021 6:45 PM, Gene wrote:
Is this on
web pages in general or just this or that page? There are pages
where browse mode doesn't line up properly with where you are on
the page and tabbing, which seems to move more in conformance to
where forms mode, or the underlying page is when the two diverge,
may result in you losing your place. I'm not sure if there is a
general problem that needs to be addressed. But if you want to
move by links, use k and control k. K to move forward and control
k to move back. You will be where you expect.
-----Original Message----- From: Dan Beaver
Sent: Sunday, February 14, 2021 5:20 PM
Subject: [nvda] an oddity with moving to top or bottom of web page
and then tabbing
I have been bothered with this for a while but finally figured out
what was happening.
If I am on a web page and I move down through the page I hear
normal info. However, if I press ctrl+home or ctrl+end to move to
the top or bottom of the page and then press tab or shift+tab to
move through the links and other controls it moves from where I
was before issuing ctrl+home or end not from the top or bottom of
the page where ever I am at the time.
Sorry, that was a terribly long explanation and probably confusing
as all get out.
I expected that once I press ctrl+home and do tabs it would move
from the top of the page through the controls not from where I was
when I issued the ctrl+home.
It does the same thing if issuing ctrl+end and then tabbing or
Is this something that can be fixed?
-- Dan Beaver (KA4DAN)
Dan Beaver (KA4DAN)