Re: JAWS 13 & Web Site Navigation
Marquette, Ed <Ed.Marquette@...>
Mitch:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I was looking for some tutorials on Office 2010 yesterday. Someone from Hadley sent me a link to some Webinars put on by Freedom Scientific. They are right on the Freedom Scientific Website. BTW, there is one tomorrow on discovering text fonts. For fun, I signed up.
What I noticed is that these Webinars are archived, and I'm pretty sure I saw one on JAWS 13 and navigating the Web.
What struck me was that on the Website, I was instructed to use the semicolon to navigate by section. I never knew that was a quick key.
I've used h, x, c, e,t, b, r, g, k, n, m, and others, but never semicolon. Perhaps that heightened my sensitivity, but I'm almost sure I saw a Webinar called Surf's Up and JAWS 13.
Personally, I'm going to check it out -- right after I've mastered Office 2010.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Dave Mitchell
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 7:59 AM
To: Jaws List
Subject: JAWS 13 & Web Site Navigation
Greetings: I am using the latest JAWS 13, Internet Explorer and XP Home.
As time goes by, it seems web sites of all types are getting more cluttered
in an inverse proportion to my ability to quickly navigate them for the
I don't know what is happening on the screen and am wondering if others have
tips or tricks to quickly find text while overcoming the sluggishness of
The only quick navigation key I use and one that often worked well in the
past was the 'N' key. Perhaps other impediments such as flash, etc. may be
at work here but it's all guess work for me.
I cannot at the moment list a specific web site for you all but, as I
mentioned, it seems that most newspaper sites are becoming tedious and
hopefully others have some hints for me to try.
Thanks for reading, Mitch
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