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Re: NVDA quirk with the Bookshare Web page

Luke Davis
 

Larry Higgins wrote:

doing the H2 combination in order to find the first book title on a page of listings.
What is the H2 combination?

H, followed by 2, means: go to the first heading. Now, go away from it, and to the next heading at level 2.

Luke


Re: Kindle desktop reader and NVDA

 

Some Kindle books aren't compattible with screen readers like NVDA. I've encountered something similar too, luckily I was only previewing the samples.
My advice is, preview the sample of a book first before buying to make sure it's really accessible with NVDA.


Re: Gmail freezing while scrolling through email

Gene
 

I would suggest testing with either Narrator or JAWS to see if the same thing happens.

Gene

On 5/8/2022 5:22 PM, Christopher Bartlett wrote:

I have no idea if this is NVDA-related, just checking for others' experiences.  
In the last three or four days, I've encountered a problem where, while scrolling through emails in the Gmail standard interface, something seems to hang.  Arrow keys do not speak the items moved to, though I can show that the movement is occurring.  The only recourse I've found is alt-tabbing.  Whether there is one or multiple windows open, this seems to unfreeze the speech.  It does appear to be speech related, which is why I'm asking here.
Vitals: chrome Version 101.0.4951.54 (Official Build) (64-bit)
NVDA 2022.1 beta 4
Latest stable win 10 (21h2 I think.)

Christopher Bartlett


--
Christopher Bartlett


Gmail freezing while scrolling through email

Christopher Bartlett
 

I have no idea if this is NVDA-related, just checking for others' experiences.  
In the last three or four days, I've encountered a problem where, while scrolling through emails in the Gmail standard interface, something seems to hang.  Arrow keys do not speak the items moved to, though I can show that the movement is occurring.  The only recourse I've found is alt-tabbing.  Whether there is one or multiple windows open, this seems to unfreeze the speech.  It does appear to be speech related, which is why I'm asking here.
Vitals: chrome Version 101.0.4951.54 (Official Build) (64-bit)
NVDA 2022.1 beta 4
Latest stable win 10 (21h2 I think.)

Christopher Bartlett


--
Christopher Bartlett


Re: NVDA quirk with the Bookshare Web page

Larry Higgins
 

Sanjog,


First of all, sorry about not getting back on this issue much sooner. Was looking for something else, and happen to notice your response.


I take it that you understand precisely the issue. This wouldn't be apparent if I hadn't almost by accident, tried doing a shift+h to go back after at first doing the H2 combination in order to find the first book title on a page of listings. If you shift+h backward, this issue might present itself.


If you did  correctly understand what I said originally, I apologize for my own misunderstanding. Sorry I don't immediately have a way of providing a video.


As I said before, this isn't what I would call a major issue, just a bit of an irritant. 


Sincerely,

Larry

On 5/1/2022 11:11 PM, Sanjog Kumawat wrote:

Hello,

 

I am user of Bookshare. I am unable to reproduce the same issue which is mentioned in the emails. In my case, NVDA does not skip any headings. I tried searching for different books but it always reports all the headings.

 

I am using NVDA 2021.5, Firefox 99.0.1, and Windows 11 latest version. I also tried this with other browsers but everything is fine.

Since I also work in Bookshare, it will be good to send me a detailed explanation of the issue as well as a video of the issue if possible, to my email address – sanjogk@.... I can at least verify with my team if it is something from our side.

 

With Best Regards,

Sanjog Kumawat

Membership Support [Asia & Africa].

Contact us: +919284028466

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[Mobile, WhatsApp and Google Duo]

Helpline Email ID: membership-india@...

 

              

 

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Bookshare Helpline - Asia & Africa

Contact us: +919650211575 

Alternate Helpline number: +919284028466

[Mobile, WhatsApp and Google Duo]:

Helpline Email ID: membership-india@...

Website: www.bookshare.org

 

 

 

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: 02 May 2022 02:51
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA quirk with the Bookshare Web page

 

Larry,

Interesting.  I hope you get some other reports regarding the experiences of regular BARD users on these sites with NVDA.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

You can't crush ideas by suppressing them. You can only crush them by ignoring them.
     ~ Ursula LeGuin, The Dispossessed


Re: Task bar disappears after closing portable nvda

farhan israk
 

Thank you. No, unless I restart windows explorer, task bar does not appear.


On Fri, 6 May 2022, 4:27 am Quentin Christensen, <quentin@...> wrote:
Hi Farhan,

I just tried here and can't immediately replicate it.  I have seen previously - unrelated to NVDA - where explorer crashes, the taskbar can disappear or appear empty for a little while.  I've found when this happens in Windows 10, it usually sorts itself out after a few seconds, although the open windows may be in a different order to where they were previously.  Could it be something like that?   Does the taskbar come back after say 10 or 20 seconds?

Quentin.

On Thu, May 5, 2022 at 8:12 PM farhan israk <fahim.net.2014@...> wrote:
I am using windows 10 21h2 and nvda 2021.3.5. I have noticed a strange issue. Suppose I have turned on portable copy to check that this copy is working properly or not after creating portable copy. I am going to visit my uncle's house tomorrow. So, I created a portable copy. If I exit the portable copy after confirming everything is working and turn on the standard or normal copy, the taskbar disappears. I neither can focus the task bar pressing windows + t nor pressing tab several times after focusing desktop. However, I have not verified by a sighted person. So, I cannot say strongly that it really disappears or nvda cannot focus on it. I have to restart windows explorer from the task manager to bring it back. I have noticed this strange issue two times.



--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Re: mouse hover

Sarah k Alawami
 

No in this case you cannot.  The text is invisible to nvda’s browse mode unless you are in document review.  Basically a mini menu appears  you cannot see unless you explore in document view. I have had to deal with this particular site for years now and it has not changed.  I mean it has changed but not for the better.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Sunday, May 8, 2022 9:00 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] mouse hover

 

You shouldn't have to use document review in NVDA.  If you hover the mouse, that is move it to the desired location, the page changes.  The mouse doesn't move when you move in browse mode.  While I haven't tried this, you should be able to move in the page as you always do and see what is being displayed.

Gene

On 5/8/2022 9:42 AM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:

Yep. That can work as well. http://qrz.com is the best place for that. Click your name then scan down in document review and you see options for editing your profile, bio and picture, which I need to do btw. OH fun.
 
-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of harshad solanki
Sent: Saturday, May 7, 2022 10:33 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] mouse hover
 
have you tried nvda + numpad devide and nvda + num pad multiply? you may try document review mode using nvda + num pad 1 and 7, then navigate with num pad 7 and 9. many times i found new options after performing these actions and these option can be activated with enter or nvda + num pad enter key and i am using nvda desktop  mode.
 
On 04/05/2022, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
That isn't working with mouse over.  You don't click a link with the 
mouse.  If you do click the link, you follow the link.  If you can do 
a mouse over with NVDA, that would be done by moving the mouse over 
the link and leaving it there.  Then you would move around the screen 
and see where the new information is, if any.
 
Gene
 
On 5/4/2022 12:03 AM, Jason Bratcher wrote:
A slight O.T. on this one:
Windows used to be able to let you choose whether you'd double-click 
or single-click to activate things (found formerly in Folder Options, 
say, WinXP and earlier).
With single-click active, you'd hover/point to select things and 
single-click to tap on it.
I don't know how well NVDA would handle the Click to Open, Point to 
select option, considering NVDA at that time didn't read the pop-up 
bubble of information that appeared as a tool tip.
NVDA getting newer along with Windows obviously changed things.
And before getting cooked like the egg in the Say No to Drugs ad in 
1987, I've mostly been able to force the mouse to the object 
navigator
(NVDA?NumPadSlash)
and click a link that way (that becomes the modern mouse over).
As per hovering over it, it's up to the software to decide what 
happens when a link/other control is pointed at.
Jason Bratcher
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


Re: mouse hover

Gene
 

You shouldn't have to use document review in NVDA.  If you hover the mouse, that is move it to the desired location, the page changes.  The mouse doesn't move when you move in browse mode.  While I haven't tried this, you should be able to move in the page as you always do and see what is being displayed.

Gene

On 5/8/2022 9:42 AM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:

Yep. That can work as well. http://qrz.com is the best place for that. Click your name then scan down in document review and you see options for editing your profile, bio and picture, which I need to do btw. OH fun.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of harshad solanki
Sent: Saturday, May 7, 2022 10:33 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] mouse hover

have you tried nvda + numpad devide and nvda + num pad multiply? you may try document review mode using nvda + num pad 1 and 7, then navigate with num pad 7 and 9. many times i found new options after performing these actions and these option can be activated with enter or nvda + num pad enter key and i am using nvda desktop  mode.

On 04/05/2022, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
That isn't working with mouse over.  You don't click a link with the 
mouse.  If you do click the link, you follow the link.  If you can do 
a mouse over with NVDA, that would be done by moving the mouse over 
the link and leaving it there.  Then you would move around the screen 
and see where the new information is, if any.

Gene

On 5/4/2022 12:03 AM, Jason Bratcher wrote:
A slight O.T. on this one:
Windows used to be able to let you choose whether you'd double-click 
or single-click to activate things (found formerly in Folder Options, 
say, WinXP and earlier).
With single-click active, you'd hover/point to select things and 
single-click to tap on it.
I don't know how well NVDA would handle the Click to Open, Point to 
select option, considering NVDA at that time didn't read the pop-up 
bubble of information that appeared as a tool tip.
NVDA getting newer along with Windows obviously changed things.
And before getting cooked like the egg in the Say No to Drugs ad in 
1987, I've mostly been able to force the mouse to the object 
navigator
(NVDA?NumPadSlash)
and click a link that way (that becomes the modern mouse over).
As per hovering over it, it's up to the software to decide what 
happens when a link/other control is pointed at.
Jason Bratcher























Re: Using Whatsapp with nvda.

Sarah k Alawami
 

Oh woops? Yeah I use it without an add on and it works just fine.  Use the search area at the top of the screen to get around the odd table. It works fine this way.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mobeen Iqbal
Sent: Sunday, May 8, 2022 6:24 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Using Whatsapp with nvda.

 

Hi.

There is an add-on, but the documentation is in Spanish I think. If you paste the paragraphs into google translate, you can get a pretty good idea of what it does and how to use it. It's quite straight forward, you can have a look at the input gestures dialogue for the relevant commands. You can get it from:

https://github.com/GerardKessler/WhatsApp-desktop

The NVDA add-ons directory page is at:

https://nvda-addons.org/addon.php?id=226

Cheers,

Mo.

On 08/05/2022 13:41, Emmanuel Junaid wrote:

Hi all, is there an addon for whatsapp  on nvda? If yes, where can I get it with instructions on how to use it!


Re: Using Whatsapp with nvda.

Sarah k Alawami
 

No there is not.  It is fairly accessible, except I cannot figure out how to allow my mic. I use it to upload documents and files to groups etc.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Emmanuel Junaid
Sent: Sunday, May 8, 2022 5:42 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Using Whatsapp with nvda.

 

Hi all, is there an addon for whatsapp  on nvda? If yes, where can I get it with instructions on how to use it!


Re: mouse hover

Sarah k Alawami
 

Is there a gh ticket for this? I have not looked, I'm just waking up over here, If not, the OP might be able to create one.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Luke Davis
Sent: Saturday, May 7, 2022 11:27 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] mouse hover

Gene wrote:

My guess is that if mouse over links did anything other than be
marginally useful, that is, show necessary information more than very
rarely, NVDA would have incorporated a mouse over function. JAWS has one, Window-eyes didn't. I think if it were considered at all important, more than just one screen[-reader would have it.
Gene, I must disagree with you.

I have been in several situations where a website's functions were completely unusable without mouseover capability, or some way to simulate it. I present, again, GetResponse as one example.

Now, that bad design is not NVDA's fault, but I think that the real reason here is that it is simply very difficult to do given the way NVDA presents information.

Apparently, in Jaws, it is not unusual to hear that new options have appeared on line such-and-such of the virtual buffer. But users jumping to specific lines, is not an NVDA paradigm.

So the question becomes: if new options do appear, how should NVDA get you to them, or tell you about them?

I suspect if there was a reasonable answer to that, more progress might be made on mouseover support.

Luke


Re: mouse hover

Sarah k Alawami
 

Yep. That can work as well. http://qrz.com is the best place for that. Click your name then scan down in document review and you see options for editing your profile, bio and picture, which I need to do btw. OH fun.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of harshad solanki
Sent: Saturday, May 7, 2022 10:33 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] mouse hover

have you tried nvda + numpad devide and nvda + num pad multiply? you may try document review mode using nvda + num pad 1 and 7, then navigate with num pad 7 and 9. many times i found new options after performing these actions and these option can be activated with enter or nvda + num pad enter key and i am using nvda desktop mode.

On 04/05/2022, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
That isn't working with mouse over. You don't click a link with the
mouse. If you do click the link, you follow the link. If you can do
a mouse over with NVDA, that would be done by moving the mouse over
the link and leaving it there. Then you would move around the screen
and see where the new information is, if any.

Gene

On 5/4/2022 12:03 AM, Jason Bratcher wrote:
A slight O.T. on this one:
Windows used to be able to let you choose whether you'd double-click
or single-click to activate things (found formerly in Folder Options,
say, WinXP and earlier).
With single-click active, you'd hover/point to select things and
single-click to tap on it.
I don't know how well NVDA would handle the Click to Open, Point to
select option, considering NVDA at that time didn't read the pop-up
bubble of information that appeared as a tool tip.
NVDA getting newer along with Windows obviously changed things.
And before getting cooked like the egg in the Say No to Drugs ad in
1987, I've mostly been able to force the mouse to the object
navigator
(NVDA?NumPadSlash)
and click a link that way (that becomes the modern mouse over).
As per hovering over it, it's up to the software to decide what
happens when a link/other control is pointed at.
Jason Bratcher










Re: Using Whatsapp with nvda.

Mobeen Iqbal
 

Hi.

There is an add-on, but the documentation is in Spanish I think. If you paste the paragraphs into google translate, you can get a pretty good idea of what it does and how to use it. It's quite straight forward, you can have a look at the input gestures dialogue for the relevant commands. You can get it from:

https://github.com/GerardKessler/WhatsApp-desktop

The NVDA add-ons directory page is at:

https://nvda-addons.org/addon.php?id=226

Cheers,

Mo.

On 08/05/2022 13:41, Emmanuel Junaid wrote:

Hi all, is there an addon for whatsapp  on nvda? If yes, where can I get it with instructions on how to use it!


Using Whatsapp with nvda.

Emmanuel Junaid
 

Hi all, is there an addon for whatsapp  on nvda? If yes, where can I get it with instructions on how to use it!


Re: mouse hover

Gene
 

You only hear the line on which the screen changed when you use a specific JAWS mouse over command.  I'm writing mouse over as two words so screen-readers speak it properly.

I don't know if there is something about JAWS that makes such information easier to get.

I'm not saying a mouse over function shouldn't be available but I have either never or almost never seen a case where a blind person has asked on the lists I'm on about an accessibility problem where the solution has involved mouse over. 

Gene
On 5/8/2022 1:27 AM, Luke Davis wrote:

Gene wrote:

My guess is that if mouse over links did anything other than be marginally useful, that is, show necessary information more than very rarely, NVDA would
have incorporated a mouse over function.  JAWS has one, Window-eyes didn't.  I think if it were considered at all important, more than just one
screen[-reader would have it.

Gene, I must disagree with you.

I have been in several situations where a website's functions were completely unusable without mouseover capability, or some way to simulate it. I present, again, GetResponse as one example.

Now, that bad design is not NVDA's fault, but I think that the real reason here is that it is simply very difficult to do given the way NVDA presents information.

Apparently, in Jaws, it is not unusual to hear that new options have appeared on line such-and-such of the virtual buffer. But users jumping to specific lines, is not an NVDA paradigm.

So the question becomes: if new options do appear, how should NVDA get you to them, or tell you about them?

I suspect if there was a reasonable answer to that, more progress might be made on mouseover support.

Luke







Re: mouse hover

Luke Davis
 

Gene wrote:

My guess is that if mouse over links did anything other than be marginally useful, that is, show necessary information more than very rarely, NVDA would
have incorporated a mouse over function.  JAWS has one, Window-eyes didn't.  I think if it were considered at all important, more than just one
screen[-reader would have it.
Gene, I must disagree with you.

I have been in several situations where a website's functions were completely unusable without mouseover capability, or some way to simulate it. I present, again, GetResponse as one example.

Now, that bad design is not NVDA's fault, but I think that the real reason here is that it is simply very difficult to do given the way NVDA presents information.

Apparently, in Jaws, it is not unusual to hear that new options have appeared on line such-and-such of the virtual buffer. But users jumping to specific lines, is not an NVDA paradigm.

So the question becomes: if new options do appear, how should NVDA get you to them, or tell you about them?

I suspect if there was a reasonable answer to that, more progress might be made on mouseover support.

Luke


Re: mouse hover

Gene
 

I should add that JAWS tells you at what line the page changes when you issue a mouse over command and it has a jump to line function so you can move to that line and see if there is useful information.  It then has a return to previous position command so you can resume where you were before you moved.

Without those features, hovering the mouse and looking through a page, hoping to find new information is so inefficient that it is only worth doing if you find you can't do what you want by the usual means of working with the page.

Gene


On 5/8/2022 1:13 AM, Gene wrote:

NVDA +divide moves the mouse to the current position if NVDA can do so.  That is evidently the same as hovering the mouse.  Imagine however, how inefficient it would be to move a mouse over a link on a web page and then review the entire page, hoping you will recognize where the page changes as a result of hovering the mouse.  You may be able to do so but its so inefficient that it would only make sense to do so if it is necessary to get some information or do something.  I almost never find that mouse over links do anything necessary when you hover the mouse.  Also, it appears they often do something visual which a screen-reader isn't aware of. 

My guess is that if mouse over links did anything other than be marginally useful, that is, show necessary information more than very rarely, NVDA would have incorporated a mouse over function.  JAWS has one, Window-eyes didn't.  I think if it were considered at all important, more than just one screen[-reader would have it.

Gene

On 5/8/2022 12:33 AM, harshad solanki wrote:
have you tried nvda + numpad devide and nvda + num pad multiply? you
may try document review mode using nvda + num pad 1 and 7, then
navigate with num pad 7 and 9. many times i found new options after
performing these actions and these option can be activated with enter
or nvda + num pad enter key and i am using nvda desktop  mode.

On 04/05/2022, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
That isn't working with mouse over.  You don't click a link with the
mouse.  If you do click the link, you follow the link.  If you can do a
mouse over with NVDA, that would be done by moving the mouse over the
link and leaving it there.  Then you would move around the screen and
see where the new information is, if any.

Gene

On 5/4/2022 12:03 AM, Jason Bratcher wrote:
A slight O.T. on this one:
Windows used to be able to let you choose whether you'd double-click
or single-click to activate things
(found formerly in Folder Options, say, WinXP and earlier).
With single-click active, you'd hover/point to select things and
single-click to tap on it.
I don't know how well NVDA would handle the Click to Open, Point to
select option,
considering NVDA at that time didn't read the pop-up bubble of
information that appeared as a tool tip.
NVDA getting newer along with Windows obviously changed things.
And before getting cooked like the egg in the Say No to Drugs ad in 1987,
I've mostly been able to force the mouse to the object navigator
(NVDA?NumPadSlash)
and click a link that way (that becomes the modern mouse over).
As per hovering over it, it's up to the software to decide what
happens when a link/other control is pointed at.
Jason Bratcher














Re: mouse hover

Gene
 

NVDA +divide moves the mouse to the current position if NVDA can do so.  That is evidently the same as hovering the mouse.  Imagine however, how inefficient it would be to move a mouse over a link on a web page and then review the entire page, hoping you will recognize where the page changes as a result of hovering the mouse.  You may be able to do so but its so inefficient that it would only make sense to do so if it is necessary to get some information or do something.  I almost never find that mouse over links do anything necessary when you hover the mouse.  Also, it appears they often do something visual which a screen-reader isn't aware of. 

My guess is that if mouse over links did anything other than be marginally useful, that is, show necessary information more than very rarely, NVDA would have incorporated a mouse over function.  JAWS has one, Window-eyes didn't.  I think if it were considered at all important, more than just one screen[-reader would have it.

Gene

On 5/8/2022 12:33 AM, harshad solanki wrote:

have you tried nvda + numpad devide and nvda + num pad multiply? you
may try document review mode using nvda + num pad 1 and 7, then
navigate with num pad 7 and 9. many times i found new options after
performing these actions and these option can be activated with enter
or nvda + num pad enter key and i am using nvda desktop  mode.

On 04/05/2022, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
That isn't working with mouse over.  You don't click a link with the
mouse.  If you do click the link, you follow the link.  If you can do a
mouse over with NVDA, that would be done by moving the mouse over the
link and leaving it there.  Then you would move around the screen and
see where the new information is, if any.

Gene

On 5/4/2022 12:03 AM, Jason Bratcher wrote:
A slight O.T. on this one:
Windows used to be able to let you choose whether you'd double-click
or single-click to activate things
(found formerly in Folder Options, say, WinXP and earlier).
With single-click active, you'd hover/point to select things and
single-click to tap on it.
I don't know how well NVDA would handle the Click to Open, Point to
select option,
considering NVDA at that time didn't read the pop-up bubble of
information that appeared as a tool tip.
NVDA getting newer along with Windows obviously changed things.
And before getting cooked like the egg in the Say No to Drugs ad in 1987,
I've mostly been able to force the mouse to the object navigator
(NVDA?NumPadSlash)
and click a link that way (that becomes the modern mouse over).
As per hovering over it, it's up to the software to decide what
happens when a link/other control is pointed at.
Jason Bratcher

















Re: mouse hover

harshad solanki
 

have you tried nvda + numpad devide and nvda + num pad multiply? you
may try document review mode using nvda + num pad 1 and 7, then
navigate with num pad 7 and 9. many times i found new options after
performing these actions and these option can be activated with enter
or nvda + num pad enter key and i am using nvda desktop mode.

On 04/05/2022, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
That isn't working with mouse over.  You don't click a link with the
mouse.  If you do click the link, you follow the link.  If you can do a
mouse over with NVDA, that would be done by moving the mouse over the
link and leaving it there.  Then you would move around the screen and
see where the new information is, if any.

Gene

On 5/4/2022 12:03 AM, Jason Bratcher wrote:
A slight O.T. on this one:
Windows used to be able to let you choose whether you'd double-click
or single-click to activate things
(found formerly in Folder Options, say, WinXP and earlier).
With single-click active, you'd hover/point to select things and
single-click to tap on it.
I don't know how well NVDA would handle the Click to Open, Point to
select option,
considering NVDA at that time didn't read the pop-up bubble of
information that appeared as a tool tip.
NVDA getting newer along with Windows obviously changed things.
And before getting cooked like the egg in the Say No to Drugs ad in 1987,
I've mostly been able to force the mouse to the object navigator
(NVDA?NumPadSlash)
and click a link that way (that becomes the modern mouse over).
As per hovering over it, it's up to the software to decide what
happens when a link/other control is pointed at.
Jason Bratcher










Re: Accessible PDF reader

Luke Davis
 

Marco Oros wrote:

For example I must use tab and form mode to access links and also, when I have pressed tab on find field (ctrl+f), NVDA says 'unknown'. I use NVDA in Slovak, but this word is translated to English, as unknown.
Whenever you're hearing "unknown" in places you don't expect it, it's worth trying to run the COM Registration Fixing Tool, on the NVDA Tools menu.

It may not change anything, but it might help. It won't hurt.

Luke