links and speakup
kenny at hittsjunk.net
Thu Nov 6 10:34:36 EST 2003
You can get Links to display like lynx by changing html options.
Esc v for view menu: choose html options: uncheck display tables:
Choose ok to exit menu: choose save html options from the view menu to
save for all sessions.
Hope this helps.
On Tue, Nov 04, 2003 at 09:59:27PM -0500, Janina Sajka wrote:
> This is off the top of my head so may not be fully accurate:
> 1.) You can get the hyperlinks to be numbered. I find that helpful.
> 2.) You can get the cursor to track. That's critical, of course.
> But, I think that's about it. The chain does not do the table
> serialization thing like the cat does, therefore you get islands of text
> on screen that someone can see belong together, but that reads very
> poorly with a screen reader's basically left to right and top to bottom
> reading strategy.
> the details. Hope this helps, though.
> Deedra Waters writes:
> > From: Deedra Waters <deedra at dmwaters.us>
> > I've seen people talk about being able to use links in the past. What I
> > want to know, is are there tips to getting links to play nice? I'm having
> > problems moving to some links on pages, and in others, if the page is in
> > columns it reads very badly. I'm in desperate need of a browser that
> > supports java script, so I can fill out some financial aid applications
> > for school.
> > Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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