RE: In using Insert F 7, why can't we use Save Target As?

Hi, you are not select move to link and go from there. =20
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Sent: Friday, April 01, 2005 5:21 PM
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Subject: In using Insert F 7, why can't we use Save Target As?


Hi,
Bruce, I was thinking of what you wrote about innovations in JAWS  and=20
wonder why we are  restricted to using  left  click (Enter)   on a  link

using insert F 7 when often it is easier with Service Pack 2 to use
"Save=20
Target As" to  download.
Have a  fine week end.

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From: "Bruce Toews" <water_drinker@xxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, April 01, 2005 8:07 PM
Subject: Re: Forms


> The irony is that with many of these forms, the competition has little

> or no  trouble with them, so one would think that FS should be able to

> offer the same reliability.
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> Bruce
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> On Fri, 1 Apr 2005, Keith H wrote:
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>>> From personal experience filling out many on line forms, I find that

>>> it
>>> is
>> necessary to keep hitting the num pad + to switch back to the=20
>> PC/Virtual cursor to exit forms mode and navigate around a bit since=20
>> form labels aren't always in a place where jaws can find them well.
>>
>> Then go back into forms mode to keep filling out the form. It is kind

>> of nice that in newer versions of jaws the check boxes and radio=20
>> buttons in forms just need a tap on the space bar to toggle them and=20
>> you don't have to go into forms mode at all.
>>
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