Re: 2 JAWS Issues
Richard Turner <richardturner42@...>
I'm not experiencing either issue.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Control_up arrow jumps to the previous paragraph in Word, I never use it on the web, so not sure if it should do what you are expecting.
As for the append to clipboard and then copy to clipboard and getting that message, I just tested it by selecting your entire message and pressing insert+windows+c and pasting it in a word document, going back to the end of the message in Outlook and only copying the last few lines with the unsubscribe info with control+c and saying yes I want to continue and delete what is in the clipboard.
When I pasted that after writing a unique line so I'd now for sure what got pasted the second time, only the few lines I copied the second time pasted.
Its early, so I hope that made sense.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Rahul Bajaj
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:38 PM
To: main <email@example.com>
Subject: 2 JAWS Issues
I use JAWS 2018 on a Windows 10 machine. I am facing the following 2 issues:
1. Pressing control+ up arrow doesn't result in JAWS reading the previous item. Say I am going through my inbox on the Gmail HTML website. I am reading email c's subject and sender name in my inbox.
When I press ctrl+ up arrow, I should be taken to email B, but I am not. It keeps repeating email c. The same happens in many other contexts.
2. When using windows+insert+c to continually copy a substantial portion of text, the following problem occurs. Let's say I copy some text in this fashion from a webpage and put it in a word document. I then go to a different webpage and press control+ c there, JAWS will
say: Are you sure you want to delete the content on the clipboard?
Even if I say yes and then copy something with control+ c, when I paste this newly copied content in a word document, what was previously copied to the clipboard by way of insert+windows+c will also get pasted, not just the newly copied content. This results in a lot of unnecessary confusion. In other words, it doesn't delete from the clipboard the content that it takes my permission for deleting.
Hoping to hear from you.