Legitimate question. Almost all navigation commands are the same. For favorites, press alt-b instead of alt-a. To open a new page, instead of pressing control-o, press either control-l or, to simultaneously open a new tab, control-t. Otherwise, h, f, n, etc., all work as in IE6. You will encounter some pages that Firefox doesn't handle as well, but many more that it handles better. You can download add-ons to Firefox that provide some help. One enables you to switch to IE on a given page. Another gives you control over whether to open or download a PDF file. What convinced me to switch to Firefox was its superior handling of PDF files. I can read some via Firefox that were impossible with IE. ----- Original Message ----- From: Cal To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, September 08, 2008 2:58 PM Subject: Firefox vs IE6 and JAWS I'm thinking of downloading and installing Firefox to try to take advantage of that audio captcha add-on through web bism and wanted to know if the two browsers interact similarly with JAWS, or are the commands to use Firefox completely different from IE6 in terms of opening pages, moving to links/buttons/mouseovers, etc. Sorry for the inane question, but I honestly have no clue and would like to know what to expect if I do try to use it.