Greetings, Although I do appreciate the effort behind and the great value of using JAWS: I am hearing from a growing--but not scientific-polled group of people who are reporting problems. Their issue which I do not wish to become my issue or your issue is due to stress or repeat motion strain on the hands due to the increased number of keystrokes we get to use as years go by. Being fair, we do have Internet keystrokes which work to a certain extent: however, the inability to "remove" totally blank lines from the web page reading experience has such people abandoning 5. Very few people keyboard constantly as we screen reader users do as our software is keyboard driven and the increased risk of carpel tunnel syndrome is always there. Why can't F S give us a toggle for "lessening" the number of totally blank lines since the Internet keystrokes although O K--certainly are not 100%. Why can't we "choose" to turn "off" totally blank lines on some or all web sites? After all, if JAWS can encounter text then one can surely program to locate (and hopefully) remove totally blank lines. Repeat use damage can ruin a career. Thank you. To post a message to the list, send it to jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this mailing list, send a message to jfw-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word unsubscribe in the subject line.