Re: [orca-list] Questions about browsing a web page

Title: signature_jp_2

1. Many thanks, I really did not know this setting.

2. p and shift-p work fine yes, but the HTML needs to be structured properly. On other pages, would not be possible to make ctrl-arrow keys to work? Or is ti a totally different way to deal with contents and not possible to do if the web page is not structured correctly?

3. In the same idea, is there a way to navigate from a sentence to another? Easy to implement?

4. Last thing (sorry for flood but I am reading a very interesting doc which I use to create a tutorial and I see new questions about Orca): how can I make Orca say the character, line and work where is located the caret? If I use 8, 5 and 2, it says the flat review content. But what about the caret? So far, to get the info, I do right-left key and hope I will understand the character returned by Orca. Is there a solution I dont know?

Many thanks

Best regards,

Best regards,

Le 24/06/2017 à 21:14, Joanmarie Diggs a écrit :
On 06/24/2017 02:36 PM, Jean-Philippe MENGUAL wrote:

1. Is there a way, or an item in todo list, to get: when you read a page
with Say all the document, pressing right shift would go to the next
sentence or item, down key to the next paragraph, h to the next title,
etc. A kind of quick navigation in Say all mode.

2. Is there a way to navigate from paragraph in paragraph with
ctrl-arrows down and up, just like in Libreoffice? Or just p and shift-p
should be usedN
P and Shift P.


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