I distinctly remember reading about an NVDA add-on that attempted to make accessible web input boxes that NVDA would incorrectly read as blank. That would come in handy for the website I'm trying to use, but I've completely forgotten what the add-on was called, or where I read about it. Anyone know what I'm talking about?
It doesn't look like it's Browser Nav, and I can almost swear I read about it on the official listing. I'll have a look back through my history. I'll check out HammerTools as well.
#5 (edited by vortex1024 2021-02-17 21:04:09)
I also think it is browsser nav. here are the relevant docs:
Many modern web applications, notably Jupyter among others, use edit boxes, that are not that accessible, e.g. they appear blank, but you can copy text in and out of them using Control+A, Control+C and Control+V keystrokes.
BrowserNav offers an experimental feature to edit those edit boxes in a more convenient way.
#6 (edited by Minionslayer 2021-02-17 21:23:35)
Oh shit, You're right! Cheers guys.
PS: Is the thumbs up button no longer a graphic for anyone else?
#7 (edited by Minionslayer 2021-02-18 00:08:30)
Only thing is, it doesn't look like it's working. It installs fine, an entry is added to the add-on manager and it's enabled, but none of the default keyboard shortcuts work, and there's no section for it in the Input gestures dialogue. I'm running version 1.12, and NVDA 20.3.
NO problem. Hm, does it spit any errors in the log? It should halso add an item in the preferences menu.