Ubuntu terminal with Orca
bryan0731 at gmail.com
Wed May 1 15:34:13 UTC 2013
THank you for your information. I understand what you are saying to do but I am actually using a loptop and further more it is a Mac book pro. I have my hard drive partitioned with Ubuntu on one. I did read about the flat review so I guess I have to figure out what these commands are on a laptop keyboard layout. Thanks for your feedback
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On May 1, 2013, at 7:18 AM, Kyle <kyle4jesus at gmail.com> wrote:
> Orca's flat review functionality is what you need when navigating the
> terminal window's output. Hold down the 0 key on the numeric keypad and
> press h for help with keys. I will refer to the 0 key on the keypad as
> Orca in the examples I give here. The functions I find most useful are
> Orca+keypad-7 to go to the top of the window, Orca+keypad-9 to go to the
> bottom of the window, keypad-7, 8 and 9 to review by line, keypad 4, 5
> and 6 to review by word and keypad-1, 2 and 3 to review by character. I
> also make frequent use of the keypad-/ key to emulate a click of the
> left mouse button and the keypad-* key to emulate clicking the right
> mouse button. Note that many of these functions are somewhat similar to
> other screen readers you may have used in the past, the feature just has
> a different name, and some of the key combinations are different. Hope
> this helps you get started. Good luck, and God bless.
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