Re: Orca Resended mail - structural navigation in FF3

Hi Hermann. Sorry about the Comcast thing. I'll have to see why they are blocking your ISP.

I just tried V and Shift V on and it worked. I believe what we're seeing is a totally different issue. Awhile ago, focus stopped being automatically placed in at least some web pages. Not sure why yet.... That problem is on my to-do list. In the meantime, try the test you did before, but after you go back to the previous page, press Tab once to force focus on the page. Then give V a shot.

Hope this helps!  And let me know what you find.  Thanks!!

hermann wrote:
I repeat the last mail, cause Joanie can't get it; Comcast rejected it
as spam, for whatever reason - sorry.
Von: hermann <steppenwolf2 onlinehome de> An: Joanmarie Diggs
<j-diggs comcast net>
Kopie: Orca MailingList
<orca-list gnome org>
Betreff: Re: Orca Structural Navigation for
Links has been added
Datum: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 19:31:44 +0100

Hi Joanie,
thanks for that quick accomplishment of the FF functions.
However: I've to put some water into the wine, because the "v" and
"shift+v" keys don't work at all.
I've tested it on several homepages:
If you open any link, return to the former page and try to search for a
visited link, you always hear: "No visited link".
I use the very latest FF3.
Maybe a problem of the HTML code. I guess you've tested it on several
sites, which ones?

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