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It may be that it is remembering your password, and
when you type in your password, you are entering two instances in the same
Try doing control + A and then delete before typing
in your password.
Sometimes it seems like nothing is there when you
arrow in the field, but I think there sometimes is.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2019 11:43
Subject: Is This Problem a JAWS or a
Over the weekend I upgraded my Internet browser from
Internet Explorer to Google Chrome. I am finding that whenever I open up
Google Chrome and try to log in to certain web sites, even though I enter the
correct username and password at the site’s log-on screen I will not be logged
into the site and I wind up at the log-on page again. I am using Google
Chrome as my Internet browser. I have made it my default browser.
I am using Windows 10 and the latest version of JAWS, JAWS 2019. Is the
reason I am not being logged in related to JAWS or is it a browser