ot: slightly, improving how the Links browser speaks?
klewellen at shellworld.net
Fri Nov 29 13:43:31 EST 2019
links the chain.
further, my question is about improving how this browser presents
information for my screen reader to find. I do not use speakup as no
driver exists for my synthesizer.
However command line options exist across tools, with my only having
this issue with my new install of links the chain.
Want to be clear, since Chime added thoughts unrelated to my question.
On Fri, 29 Nov 2019, Georgina Joyce wrote:
> It has been some years since I was using Lynx. I recall that speakup worked better by changing the show curser option. Can’t remember if it needs to be enabled or disabled. But it was the opposite to the default.
>> On 29 Nov 2019, at 17:19, Karen Lewellen <klewellen at shellworld.net> wrote:
>> I have never had Chime's problem in all my years of using l y n X, not that such is even close to relevant to the issue I raised regarding a different browser.
>> On Fri, 29 Nov 2019, Chime Hart wrote:
>>> While I cannot answer Karens question, I can say that many times, listening to L Y N X in an options or drop down list, is not always easy. Sometimes options are jumbled or hard to pick out. Almost sounds as if an x gets added to many items. Obviously I have never been a fan of these sorts of drop down menus.
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