Re: On Line Banking
Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>
Hi Chris,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I have auto forms mode turned off, so I hear the pop when I press enter to
turn it on when in the edit field. Also the figure is entered automatically
in a total funds box at the bottom of the table before I get to the pay
bills button. I found a contact for tech support at the bank so hopefully
they will come up with something.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Chris
Sent: May 30, 2017 6:30 PM
Subject: Re: On Line Banking
It might not be seeing what you entered into the amount field for some
reason, and that is why it is taking you back to that edit field on the
page. This has happened to me on a couple of sites I use at work.
For this, I go back to a prior form element like combo box, edit field,
etc., make sure forms mode is turned on, then tab to the edit field I was
having problems with and enter the information. Once the information is
entered, I tab to the button and hit the space bar. This has worked for me.
Not sure this is your problem, but worth giving it a try.
On May 30, 2017, at 8:56 PM, Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>wrote:
has been quite navigable.
banking institution are you using." The banking institution I use is not a
main stream bank. More like a co-op type bank. So, it was not as cut and
dried to start using online banking with them. Thankfully they mnade it
more accessible for the blind. In the beginning, you had to click on
pictures to get into the banking. Such as the question was what was the
address of your first house? They'd have a picture of a house and you'd
have to enter the answer. Fat lot of good that did for someone who is
blind. That was part of their security questions. Now it is a lot easier,
especially if I remember to use firefox when doing online banking. All
other things, I use I E or firefox. Which ever is the easiest. I've not yet
mastered copying listen live radio station shortcuts on my desktop with
firefox to then, paste into a folder.