[BCAB] Window Eyes and Tesco's
d.griffith at btinternet.com
Mon Feb 24 08:48:39 GMT 2014
That indeed helps, thank you. By setting the rota to both row and column the
table becomes much easier to use.
Interestingly after I made this change I was also then able to, I think,
select the desired slot by pressing the enter key on the checkbox which did
not work the previous time I tried it. The feedback from Window Eyes was
slightly confusing as it appeared to be say in all the slots where now
checked but I will experiment some more. It is not exactly slick but I will
From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of M F Mason
Sent: 24 February 2014 07:35
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Window Eyes and Tesco's
I am not familiar with the Tesco sight.
As far as row and column headings in tables in browse mode are
concerned with window-eyes,
have a look at control+shift+h
which rotors through choices for row and column heading choices.
Hope that helps,
At 07:17 24/02/2014, you wrote:
>I am encountering problems with the Tesco site using Window Eyes. The
>problem is that when I go to the browse delivery slot table using table
>navigation in Window Eyes ( control numpad plus) only the day column
>are announced. I am using insert plus arrow keys to navigate around the
>table. The row titles relating to time slot are not announced. This means
>that I have to navigate to the first column to read the time slot and then
>navigate back across to the required day. Also it seems impossible; using
>Windows Eyes to actually select a slot. Pressing space bar on the check box
>returns a not a valid key press error. Pressing enter has no impact
>Turning table navigation off also does not let me select a slot. If I
>back to NVDA both these problems disappear. Both row and title information
>are read fine in the table and the required slot is selected with a single
>press of the space bar. Pages also load about 3 times faster with NVDA
>than Window Eyes.
>Is this just a deficiency in the capabilities of Window Eyes on the web or
>am I doing something wrong?
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