Re: [orca-list] Structural HTML navigation by lists
- From: Guy Schlosser <guyster104 att net>
- To: Hammer Attila <hammera pickup hu>
- Cc: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] Structural HTML navigation by lists
- Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2011 10:38:48 -0500
In my opinion, links is the most important to be able to navigate via a
list. I say this personally, and from my experience as both a tech
support rep at a cable internet provider, as well as an AT instructor.
It is easy enough to use h/shift+h to go between headings, and similar
keys for other form elements, etc. While a search is possible using
ctrl+f, being able to list links and do first letter navigation to a
known link (such as login or download) would be awesome, even if you did
have to press the first letter a few times to get there. Just my little
bit of feedback, but any questions, shoot me an E-mail.
On 02/02/2011 12:42 AM, Hammer Attila wrote:
Marcus, my notebook have an Intel Dualcore T2300 CPU with 1,73 GHZ and
2 GB ram, with is enough fast I think. Default this CPU speed setted
with 800 MHZ the powersave state, but if need more speed, the speed is
I think Orca+menu key is good, for example I using laptop layout
because I working with a notebook and this keystroke easy to use.
Look the startup points:
"The last idea I still have is the following:
List type: all-over list
GUI: Dialog with treeview"
This is good, if fixed the treeview search related bug, if this is not
happening, need appliing the menu based GUI until not fixed the
treeview search bug.
Good both desktop and laptop layout I think.
"Objects: All structural navigation objects + Links
Action for Enter: All objects are focused, links are executed"
Action is good, but listing need objects not enough following, similar
with your last attached patch to reduce list generation speed
- form Fields
For example if you would like listing paragraphs, block quotes, lists,
list items etc this is future increasing now the generation speed time.
The jump prewious and next paragraphs have a structural navigation
command (p or Shift+p), jump prewious and next list with Shift+l and
l, jump pnext or prewious list item with i and Shift+i, etc.
Headings, links, form fields list is importanter, because for example
have possible more headings, links or form fields with a webpage with
perhaps easyer revieving with a list.
For example when the second patch looking lists, lot of lists have
empty label, look for example www.oc.hu webpage.
So, the startup points is good.
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