moderated Re: loosing virtual cursor


fenderwal@...
 

Hey John.

I didn't even know about the Control-F1 key combination. When I lose the
virtual cursor in Chrome, I press Alt-D to put focus in the address bar,
then press Enter and hope focus goes to the edit window. I don't recommend
that solution on pages visited when shopping or paying bills, to avoid
duplicate payments. For web surfing in general, it's a workable option,
though.

I hope someone has a better option.
Lou N.

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Subject: loosing virtual cursor

sometimes when I'm using I E 11, I lose the virtual cursor. Ctrl + F1
usually gets it back.
But CTRl + F1 doesn't get back the virtual cursor in Google chrome or in
Edge.
How can I get back that virtual cursor in this case?

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