focus needs to be on some page element for quick navigation keys to
work. So if, for example, the page loads, but one is in the upper area
with the menu button or the awesome bar in TalkBack focus, quick
navigation won't work. Can you make sure TalkBack is in the web content
area if you see this failure next time?
On 02.09.2014 19:19, Dan Brown wrote:
> I am using Firefox on a Samsung Tab S, along with both Talkback and Brailleback. About 50% of the time, after a page has fully loaded, Firefox refuses to respond to quick navigation keys that I press on my braille display's keyboard. For example, H to navigate to the next heading, or G to jump to the next graphic. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to nail down precisely when this happens, as it seems completely random. Navigation sometimes resumes if I close out Firefox from Recent Apps and then launch it again, but not always.
> Please let me know if I can provide further information to narrow this down a bit, and I'll be happy to assist.
> Sent from Samsung Tab S
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