I use Microsoft Edge as my default but
notice one thing I like better about Firefox.
With Edge, I do a search, and get the
results. I activate the link I want in the results, and I
have to activate it a second time to actually get to the page.
With Firefox, I am on the desired page
after the first link activation.
Observation: It is a mistake to allow any mechanical
object<>to realize that you are in a hurry.
This is why I have pretty much abandoned
Firefox, and now use Google Chrome as my main internet browser
I still have Firefox on my computers, but
it is clearly my second choice. I also find the constant
updates quite anoying.
I have had the same issue happen with both
2020 and 2021. I can initially navigate to a page, however, in
the instance of Google, or another website that I am testing,
when I enter text into a search field and do a search. The
page loads and JAWS does not read anything, and indicates that
there are no headings and links on the page, which is not
Well it would help if you told us what version of JAWS your
running. I'm assuming your running the current version which
On 3/2/2021 10:53 AM, Joe DiNero wrote:
I have a question as I have not used
Firefox in several weeks. There was an update this morning
for Firefox, and since then JAWS is not reading pages
properly, in fact, with the exception of the main Google
page, it does not read any content at all. Is anyone else