[access-uk] Re: Hal/Supernova & navigating lists.

Hi Douglas,

You can do it even quicker in Window-Eyes.  L for lists, and I for list
Items.  Nice and easy.

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-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Douglas Harrison
Sent: 03 September 2005 15:45
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Hal/Supernova & navigating lists.

Tink,
I am afraid that I may have misled you - if so I do apologise.  
Although as Simon said Hal/Supernova has hot keys to bring up lists of
links, headings 
and frames, it does not appear to have one for lists or for tables.   In
Window-eyes, of 
which I have some limited knowledge, you use Insert + tab followed by I for
lists and T for tables,  but unless I am mistaken Hal/Supernova has no
equivalents.

This is rather surprising since for applications like Word XP and Excel XP
we have many hot keys in Hal to help naviggate various elements present.

I will probably raise this on the Dolphin list in case I am missing
something, and if others confirm my suspicions, I will raise it with Dolphin
Tech Support as a possible feature to be included in future versions.

Douglas


       
On 3 Sep 2005 at 14:14, Tink Watson wrote:

> Douglas,
> 
>       Thanks for getting back to me. Glad I'm not the only one who puts 
> things aside and promptly never gets around to them again!
> 
>       I've been reading through the tutorials on the Dolphin site, but so 
> far haven't found any mention of a shortcut key for lists or list items.
> I'll keep looking though.
> 
>       If you do get a chance, head over to www.nomensa.com where there are

> one or two definition lists, including one which holds news items.
> 
> Thanks,
> Tink. 
> 

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