Re: Opening a new link in Google Chrome

Ann Byrne

Maybe since my address bar pointed to my homepage on my c-drive, but only maybe, when I typed in just the address Chrome said 'file not found'.

I'll try it again, though.

At 08:07 AM 11/13/2013, you wrote:
Hi Ann,

I typed in the web address into the "Address and Search" field, right there on the google home page, without the http://www. And it took me right to the web page that I wanted. Example: typed into the address/search box worked. I am not too sure about your charts , etc. on your banking web site, but I hope this helps anyway.

Good luck,

From: "Ann Byrne" <annakb@...>
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 7:49 AM
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Subject: Opening a new link in Google Chrome

In Internet Explorer when I want to open a new link I press control+o and type in the address without the http://www. Is there a keystroke in Chrome that functions similarly??? Control+n puts me on the address bar, and I have to type in all those extra characters (lol).

Chrome loads the JAWS Firefox settings, and so far is only recognizing some of the tables on our banking site. Is there a magic (little mag) keystroke to help Chrome see tables???

Thanks a bunch,


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