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Ah glad I hadn't made the whole thing up and strange that it
works on some machines and not on others. I find that with JFW
while it reports saying back it yields nothing while NVDA just
does nothing at all.
It is an odd thing; and I did peruse the context menu and it
yielded no back button at least not for me anyway and backspace
did nothing either..
Take good care.
On 2/3/2020 4:27 PM, Gene wrote:
If control left arrow doesn’t work, you can try back
space. That may work.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, February 03, 2020 3:16 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Google Chrome and
alt left arrow
Some browsers will have the “back”
command on the applications menu. Not sure if this is
true for Chrome, I don’t recall, but it might be worth a
look if you haven’t already explored the possibility.
Shift F10 or just hit the applications key on your
keyboard to get to the menu. HTH Norma
sir that's usually my practice but on the rare
occasions when I've forgotten a few times or when a
site like zedge.net just won't for the shift enter and
insists on opening in the same tab or so it seems when
viewing an uploaded ringtone i did note that it wasn't
working and just wondered if it was just me losing my
mind or if it was broken or actually had never been a
thing in that browser. I thank you for replying. Some
days I wonder about the old brain over here 😁
once again, I appreciate you.
On 2/2/2020 9:35 PM, Gene wrote:
work, and I don't recall a solution. I presented
a work around that I think works as well or
To follow a
link, use shift enter, not enter. That will open
the link in a new window. Once you are finished
and want to go back, close the window with alt
f4. You will be back in the other window, where
you left off on the other page.
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February 02, 2020 8:25 PM
Google Chrome and alt left arrow
could have sworn this might have been covered before
but for the life of me I can't recall where or what
the fix might be. I am finding that alt left arrow
no longer works to take you back a page when
browsing in Google Chrome. Is there another means
by which to accomplish this or is there a way to
make this keystroke function again? Did it used to
work in Chrome or did I just think it did.
in advance for rescuing me from my apparently feeble