From:  Marco Zehe <>
Date:  09 Sep 2014 22:11:21 Hong Kong Time

Re: Activating Menu in Firefox Restricts Brailleback Navigation


Hi Dan,

I finally got around to filing this one as well:


On 01.09.2014 16:57, Dan Brown wrote:
> Thanks Marco, glad to help.
> Dan
> On September 1, 2014 8:02:56 AM CDT, Marco Zehe 
> wrote:
>     Hi Dan,
>     looks like you found a bug! I will create a bug report and we'll see
>     what we can do.
>     Thanks, and sorry for the inconvenience!
>     Marco
>     On 31.08.2014 18:10, Dan Brown wrote:
>         Greetings, I am using Firefox for Android on a Samsung Tab S,
>         and use both Talkback and Brailleback. Normally, when I wish
>         to activate a particular control with my Braille display, I
>         press the touch cursor above one of the cells containing the
>         text label. In Firefox, when I do this over the Menu control
>         at the top of the screen, I receive the audible confirmation
>         that this has been done, but I am then not allowed to move
>         away from the top menu bar. I can move in-between the website
>         name on the far left, and the Menu control on the far right,
>         but nowhere else using Brailleback commands. However, when I
>         swipe on the tablet screen, I am allowed to move passed the
>         top menu bar, and find the regular Menu options such as Share
>         and Settings. Is there a way of allowing Brailleback
>         navigation when Menu is activated? Thank you. Dan -- Sent from
>         Samsung Tab S
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> Sent from Samsung Tab S