Re: NVDA Cursor Help Please


If you are asking about an external keyboard, it is not a laptop keyboard just because you use it with a laptop.  It could very well be a desktop keyboard in terms of its general configuration.  The laptop layout setting in NVDA is for using a laptop keyboard that doesn’t have a numpad. 
The command to turn on and off input help is the same as in JAWS.  NVDA key 1, the number 1 on the main keyboard.
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Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2021 9:32 AM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA Cursor Help Please

A few months ago, I replaced my Acer all-in-one computer keyboard with
another purchased at an office supply store. The Acer keyboard was too
sensitive for my use.
According to the Disability Answer Desk, Microsoft, All-in-one
computers are considered laptops.
Thus is the keyboard setup like a laptop then?
How can I put the computer in what JAWS used to call "review mode" and
experiment to find out what keys are for insert, delete, page-up,
page-down etc?
The command control+backspace, for example does not work as a delete key for me.
To change punctuation settings, I use the capslock key with the letter p.

Thanks for the help in advance.

I never knew keyboard variation existed until replacing such.  Thanks!

David C. Russell, Author

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