moderated Re: Task Bar in Windows 11
Richard Turner <richardturner42@...>
Well, I haven’t found a problem with Windows+t then hitting enter on any of the applications I arrow to.
Like Sieghard, I tend to use either the Windows key plus the number corresponding to where the app is in the list, 1 for Outlook, 2 for Edge, etc.
Or, I have defined my own hotkeys for programs I use like control+alt+e for Excel.
I only use first letter navigation when I am in a list like in file explorer.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Jerry Berrier
Sent: Thursday, November 4, 2021 7:51 AM
Subject: Task Bar in Windows 11
I am using JFW 2022, and I just upgraded to Windows 11. (Probably not a wise move)
If I hit Windows-t to go to the task bar, I can arrow right or left to go through the items on the task bar. If I hit enter or space bar on one of them, it usually does nothing. If I go back into the task bar and do it again, the app opens.
With Windows 10, I used to also be able to use first letter navigation. Open the task bar, hit c for calendar, then Enter. First letter navigation does not seem to work in Windows 11. I also tried it with NVDA and Narrator. Same result.
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