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Re: Short cut keys


From: Birkir R. Gunnarsson
Date: Jul 18, 2020 5:24AM

Enabling passthrough keys (Jaws or NVDA key + z) does create a pretty
good resemblence of
You often need to test it to test keyboard activation (because a
screen reader in browse mode sends a simulated click event to an
element, so a screen reader user could activate it even if a keyboard
only could not, conversely, an element with only keyboard activation
listener is not triggerable in browse mode, because the screen reader
sends a click event, this can make a huge difference with some custom
elements, I was auditing an application full of them yesterday).

On 7/18/20, Patrick H. Lauke < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> On 17/07/2020 16:40, Don Mauck wrote:
>> As a JAWS and NVDA user, I've always used control + home to get to the top
>> of a page in Browsers. I also thought that keystroke also worked outside
>> of Assistive Technology.
>> That assumption apparently is not true. So, I've been looking on different
>> sites for consistent keystrokes to get to the top of the page. What am I
>> missing?
> Coming in late on this, but... I pondered this a while ago too.
> https://twitter.com/patrick_h_lauke/status/1237817919092019201
> Feels like it's worth making feature requests to browsers about it.
> P
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