[nvda] Re: tracking of the Currsor and Web Page Reading

its NVDA+left-click i believe.
I guess that the confusing part, is how the carrot is used withNVDA.
I'm gonna read the article on object navagation, to see if i can
understand it better.


On 6/17/09, brian gafff (Line One) <bgaff@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> All you need to do to stop auto reading is touch something after all. I
> think the one thing that upsets the sighted when they are around is that I
> can effectively read bits of the page when its not on screen!
> chuckle.
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> From: "James & Nash" <james.austin1984@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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> Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 1:59 PM
> Subject: [nvda] Re: tracking of the Currsor and Web Page Reading
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>> Hi,
>>
>> Although this is not specifically NVDA directed, I also red the article
>> you
>> mentioned and having used the OS they mentioned I really liked it and felt
>> that they came at the review with some pre-conceived ideas which i think
>> is
>> a bad idea when doing such a review. What do you think?
>>
>> Take care
>>
>> James Lyn, Nash and Twinny
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Trenton Matthews" <trenton.tmantv@xxxxxxxxx>
>> To: <nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 1:05 PM
>> Subject: [nvda] tracking of the Currsor and Web Page Reading
>>
>>
>>> Hello everyone,
>>>
>>> Would there be a way to implement automattic curssor tracking, so that
>>> you could just use the num-pad, and it would just move the curssor
>>> automattically to where ever you wanted it to go?
>>> And the other thing, is if there is a way you can have an option in
>>> the document settings to have NVDA to stop reading web pages
>>> automattically, that'd be wonderful!
>>>
>>> The reason why I bring these suggestions up, is because of an article
>>> I've read from another OS's prospective, one which i particularly
>>> like.
>>> Will not mention names here to be on the safe side though.
>>> Good day all!
>>>
>>> Sincerely,
>>> Trenton, the T Man!
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