Better speaking while in lynx
hallenbeck at valstar.net
Mon Aug 19 06:25:28 EDT 2002
Use "current word" instead of "current line" in cases like that.
On Sun, 18 Aug 2002, Paul Migliorelli (+1 3 0 3 5 4 3 2 3 1 1) wrote:
> Hi all. Af eons years of shelling and using lynx, I'm curious to know if
> there is a better way to have linkx spoken in lynx, when they go across.
> I seem to hear them ok when they're in a single column, but when going
> across I'll generally hear 3 at a time, and have to remember to count in
> my head which one I might be on. I've actually seen some better
> functionality using braille in this case, but until I puzzle out brltty at
> home, I'll be stuck with speech only.
> While in speech, I do seem to show the cursor when viewing vertical links,
> but again, if you go across in a row, I don't think I've ever seen a
> cursor showing with the current line key land on anything in that row
> without hearing all 3. Thanks.
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