Re: Help: jaws does not read google chrome
Paul Martz <skewmatrix@...>
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I find that JAWS reads most pages in Google Chrome at least as good as it does Internet Explorer. (I'm on Windows 7.)
Some pages, for some reason, cause Google Chrome focus to land somewhere other than the HTML content, such as in the address bar or one of Chrome's toolbars, or some other no-man's land. When there, I find I have to tab or shift-tab to get into the HTML content. Recently, I discovered I can also work around this issue by hitting F5 to refresh the page, which often bring's Chrome's focus into the HTML content.
Another thing to try would be the JAWS cursor, but I've always been able to deal with this by either tabbing to the content or hitting F5 to refresh.