moderated Re: Go to next link, whether visited or not
You may want to check out the Navigation quick keys
Open the Jaws window with insert+j
Right arrow to utilities, and down arrow to Navigation Quick Key Manager sub menu, right arrow to open it.
Press enter on HTML/PDF...
Press the letter a until you land on: Any Link. Tab to edit key assignment.
I use links far more than lists, so I set this to the letter l. It will warn you of a key already assigned. If you want to do that, just hit OK. And hit ok until you are out of the dialogs.
Then, you can use l or shift+l to jump to the next or previous link no matter if it is visited or unvisited.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Adrian Spratt
Sent: Sunday, October 4, 2020 8:18 AM
Subject: Re: Go to next link, whether visited or not
Pressing insert-F7 brings up a list of the links on the webpage, and they’re shown in succession. If your focus is on the current link, chances are that opening the links list there will place you in the list at or near that link and the next. I find this varies by website.
I'm on web content where I want to go to the next link. However, I don't know whether it is a visited or unvisited link.