moderated Re: reading without ads
Once upon a time, control+alt+r in Firefox would put it in reader view that tried to do that.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I've pretty much been using Edge for a couple of years, so I do not know if that works now.
I use the Jaws marking the start of a section I want to copy, go to the end, use the select between marked place and current location and copy.
Then, I paste into a text editor like NoteTab Pro and edit out the junk.
Set mark is control+windows+k.
At the end, insert+space, then m, then control c to copy.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Mario
Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2021 10:02 AM
Subject: reading without ads
in reading articles from a website using Chrome and Firefox, are there any extensions that filters out those pesky ads that may be included in the article. on occasion, I also would want to copy from the article.
please don't tell me to go look up what's available. I'm interested in asking the experts which one for each browser works well with JAWS or NVDA.