- Does the LastPass Chrome extension work with JAWS
Re: Does the LastPass Chrome extension work with JAWS
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Thank you John. I did some more experimentation and found a good workaround: if I'm in an edit box that LastPass can supply a user ID or password for, I can use the JAWS cursor to right click and then access LastPass via the context menu. It's a little cumbersome but after a couple of runs through it gets pretty efficient. Seems like a couple of scripts to automate the various keystrokes wouldn't be too hard to write, either.
On Tue, 15 Dec 2020 at 15:05, John Covici <covici@...
I do use it, its a pita, but does work. What exactly are you trying
to access? If you want to go into your vault, hit f6 till you see the
address bar and then keep tabbing till you hear lastpass has access to
this site and press enter. I am not sure if this is what you want,
but this is what I know.
On Mon, 14 Dec 2020 13:29:45 -0500,
James Benstead wrote:
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> I'm trying to get the LastPass password manager Chrome extension to work
> with JAWS. To access the extension without JAWS, a user clicks on it and is
> then shown a list of passwords for whatever site they are on. However, the
> Virtual PC cursor doesn't see the button LastPass adds to websites and it
> doesn't even seem possible to access it with the JAWS cursor.
> Is there anyone on the list who has successfully used LastPass with JAWS?
> I'm wondering if I can tweak how it's set up so that it's more accessible.
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