Re: [orca-list] Add shortcut to skip block of links

The large-object command was meant to skip over small, non-content
objects. That could be a bunch of links, but it doesn't have to be. What
if the author has added a bunch of clickable images at the top instead
of links? Should you not be able to skip over them?

A paragraph's worth of text should be treated as a large object.

I don't see adding a second command which serves as the large-object
command, but only does so for actual links. Perhaps NVDA should update
their command to skip over links and other small objects.


On 12/13/2017 06:00 PM, Alex ARNAUD wrote:
Le 13/12/2017 à 17:44, Joanmarie Diggs a écrit :
The command to move to the next "large object" (assigned to o) is meant
to accomplish that. Does it not work for this purpose?

I never exactly understand what "move to large object" does. What is a
large object ? Does a simple paragraph is a "large object"?

I just expect a keyboard shortcut that only skip links, nothing more.
For example if I'm on a list of links, pressing the shortcut to skip
links move on the first item that is not a link.

Best regards.

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