Re: [orca-list] Orca Find: How Is It Supposed To Work?

I don't know about the Orca find, as caps+[ (I use laptop layout) works
fine for me. I also don't have any problems with Firefox's find feature
with Orca, it's an incremental find (i.e. you move to the result as you
type it) and Orca announces this. To close it I just press escape and
I'm right there at the position Orca reported. If it's not the result I
wanted, I just press f3 to find the next place the search appears.

On Sat, 2009-04-11 at 11:08 -0400, Ron Canazzi wrote: 
Hi List,
I am trying to use the Orca find, but whenever I press insert + numpad
delete (the period) I get no response.  How is this supposed to work?
It would be nice to have this work in Firefox.  Especially with
developments opposition to a buffered mode, a very reliable and smooth
screen reader find feature would help out--with respect to the rather
clunky manner in which the Firefox find feature works.  It is
difficult to close the Firefox Find with Orca and when you manage to
do so, you lose the position to where you have searched in the first
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