Re: Gaining focus on the System Tray area of the Taskbar with NVDA
Its Windows+t for the running applications side of the task bar and Windows+b for the system tray side. Easy to remember TB = Task Bar! Note when you land in the system tray you should press enter on the Notifications chevron button then use the arrow keys to view details of background services that are running in the background. This is called the overflow notifications toolbar.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Gaining focus on the System Tray area of the Taskbar with NVDA
Well I'm not having any issues here.
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From: "Brian Vogel" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 4:46 PM
Subject: [nvda] Gaining focus on the System Tray area of the Taskbar with NVDA
I'm having one of those mornings where I simply cannot pull up the keyboard sequence that would cause focus to be thrown on to the system tray area where the notification chevron and all the icons you elect to keep permanently visible in the system tray are located.
For all I know this may be a Windows 10 keyboard shortcut, but it's not documented in their online list and I can't find anything immediately useful in the printed version of NVDA commands from release 2015.4. I can't imagine this would have changed since 2015.4, but perhaps it has.
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