Re: GMail with JAWS

Hi Nermin,

I use the gmail service successfully using jaws and Internet Explorer. You need to use the arrow keys to move around the gmail interface. There are pieces of text on which if you press enter you would be taken to different parts of the gmail service. There are no real links in the standard view. Use the standard view for making configuration setting changes and read your e-mail in the basic HTML few.


A Pranav t 12:51 AM 1/25/2006, you wrote:
Hi Folks,

I was invited to try Google's mail service GMail.
Is there any way to get past the graphical confirmation?
I submited all relevant data to a sighted person, no direct contacts to
google personell anywhere...

When trying to read the website, incoming e-mails etc. the only thing I have
is a page full of text that is nothing close to a link.
The only link I find is sign out and other elements such as buttons for
inviting people, and the Help link is also a real link.
. A friend of mine told me to switch to basic HTML view, but on the German
language page there is nothing like that.
Now what?
Next thing I'll try is change the thing to English and see if that helps.
Does anyone use their mail service successfully, and I do not mean Pop3
access, but the website?

Can you change options without always having to revert to the mouse pointer,
i.e. JAWS cursor?Regards,
Nermin





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