moderated Re: Firefox 102
Oh, let me see right now. Not sure I've tried the context menu yet.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
however, to open in a new tab, I press ctrl-enter, and to open in a new window, shift-enter.
The only thing I usually use the right click menu for is to copy links to share them, or to save a file associated with a link, say to download a podcast episode or something similar.
And testing it now, yes, i see the problem. Damn, that's unfortunate.
Now I just switched to nVDA v21.3, where the context menu seems to be working as expected. So that's interesting. I guess, wait for a JAWS or Firefox update -- maybe it can be fixed on either end.
In the meantime, try those keyboard commands I guess (ctrl-enter, shift-enter, ctrl-s to save, though the last isn't as convenient as using the context menu on a link since you dont' ahve to go there in order to save anything)
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Soronel Haetir
Sent: June 30, 2022 05:53 PM
Subject: Re: Firefox 102
Do you normally use the right-click menu? That is the only thing I notice odd with 102, but since my normal interaction is to use the right-click menu and "open in new window" (rather than tab) I find 102 extremely frustrating.
I can't even use jaws' "route PC to jaws" command and then the physical right mouse button.
On 6/30/22, JM Casey <jmcasey@...> wrote:
I'm using Firefox 102.0, 6b bit, as I type this, running a rather old