Moderated Re: notification windows
Van Lant, Robin
I use Zoom here at work and get those pop-ups. My method for getting to them is to use Insert F10 to open the dialog listing running programs, then hit Z to move by first-letter navigation to the one that says Zoom window on top. This is the pop-up window for a meeting. Once you hit enter on it, you can tab through the buttons to close, dismiss or join the meeting.
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I was wondering, applications like Zoom, show little windows in the corner of the screen telling users their upcoming meeting is near. How would someone with jaws go by finding that window, and closing it?
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