Re: [orca-list] Orca and flash content

That only shows you where the Flash stream is on the page and lets you choose when to activate it. Controls 
within the Flash object still won't be revealed once the Flash object is run.

On Dec 27, 2009, at 21:24, Hammer Attila wrote:

Hy List,

One possible workaround (but not solving all problems):
I using flash with flashblock firefox extension. Flashblock default block the flash contents with webpages, 
but present buttons with the webpages (the button text containing flash url), this is useful for example 
the flash content video sites with containing video streams. Structural navigation commands works very well 
with this extension. For example, if I would like listen any stream with a flash containing webpages, I 
search the flash button with Capslock+Tab key combination, and enough press enter key to activating flash.

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