Moderated Re: preforming a right click


On Sat, Aug 6, 2022 at 01:44 PM, Bill White wrote:
The screen is not loaded into a Virtual Cursor. It is loaded into a Virtual Buffer, which is completely different from a Cursor. A cursor is an indicator. A buffer is a data storage area.
You are absolutely correct.  But if you think the terms Virtual Cursor and Virtual Buffer are not used interchangeably in many circumstances, with Virtual Cursor being used far more frequently that Virtual Buffer, you haven't been paying attention.

It happened right here, in fact, and I didn't (and still don't) think that this is an instance where absolute precision is really necessary or helpful.  The screen reader operates on a virtual store of what's on the screen, and how that gets loaded is directly dependent on the HTML code that is used to put it up on the screen.

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

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