Re: [orca-list] Firefox sidebar history tree view very slow to navigate with orca

Hello Peter,

Do you have e10s enabled or not? Could you try with and without?

Best regards.
Visual-Impairment Project Manager
Hypra - "Humanizing technology"

Le 11/12/2017 à 20:54, Peter Vágner a écrit :

This is with Firefox 59 nightly and orca master on Arch linux running Gnome 3.26.

- Open any website in Firefox and make sure orca can read its content
- Press ctrl+h to open up the history in the Firefox sidebar
- The focus is placed to the search history text entry, orca reports it fine. Please notice how the responsiveness feels instantaneous at this point. - Now press the tab key to navigate to the view menu button. Luckily the responsiveness is still all great.
- Now press the tab key to navigate further.

When tabbing from the View menu button to the tree view either orca gets stuck for a second or two and it will only report the new focus after that or it will report nothing. Returning back to the View menu button by pressing shift+tab is also slow.

Expected results:
If possible it would be nice to make this part of the Firefox UI more responsive.

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