I was a Jaws user for years and I
remember the v (visited) and u (unvisited) quick key links
in browse mode, which are replicated in NVDA. My only issue
is how can they be cleared, if for example a user like Betsy
wanted to start again visiting all links on a page. Would
the page first have to be purged from cache and re-loaded to
remove the link designation? I noticed that the visited
link status of links is retained between visits to the
browser, in my case Brave, so it could become mis-leading.
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Doesn't JAWS do this as well? NVDA and
JAWS both have had shortcuts for links (whether visited or
unvisited), visited link, and unvisited link, in their
keyboard shortcuts for as long as I can remember. I also
thought both announced, when you landed on a link, it's
previous visitation status.
I'm just curious if any JAWS and NVDA users, and I know
we've got those, can either confirm or refute my memory. I
just realized a couple of days ago that it has been almost 4
years since I last had a client where I was tutoring JAWS.
Brian - Windows
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