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That makes a lot of sense. No need of my circuitous object navigation route. :) Arrow to what you want and get out of it.
Thank you so much for your patient explanation.
I read your message again. Forget my previous one. I didn’t
understand what you were reporting and why you were using object
navigation. There is no need to use object navigation. When working
with radio buttons, every one you arrow to, unless you are in browse mode, which
you are not is selected and checked. Only one radio button is checked at
any time. Arrow to the one you want, using the regular arrow keys.
If there is an ok button, activate it. You hear that every radio button is
checked because as you move to a radio button, you are checking that one and no
other one is checked. The radio button that was checked before
automatically becomes unchecked when you move to another one. Its like a
button to jump to a radio station in a car radio. You press one button and
it moves you to the station you want. That’s why radio buttons are called
radio buttons. They are named after car radio station buttons. Any
button you select is the active one. No other one is.
Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 2021 4:52 PM
Subject: [nvda] Navigating a grouping
In the settings for the Weather add-on I wanted to set the temperature
scale to Fahrenheit. Tabbing through I found the ‘Scale of temperature
grouping’. Arrowing through the radio options told me all the three options were
checked (Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin). But when I pressed NVDA + NumPad*1 for
object review, I went through the options with NVDA + NumPad * 5 it read Celsius
as checked and the others not checked. And I set it to Fahrenheit using NVDA +
NumPad * Enter.
Did I navigate a radio button grouping or any grouping
the correct way or is there another way to navigate and set the desired