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Those 3 dot symbols are usually labeled so that screen readers
can tell you what they are. For example, one of them having to do
with individual posts is labeled story options.
What did your instructions say to do after clicking on the 3
dots? Knowing that could help us figure out which item on the
page to look for.
On 5/16/2020 12:30 PM, Keith S wrote:
Hi, I asked this question earlier
in the week and was told by one member that she could not
remember exactly how to do this.
I did a help search from inside
facebook and it said something about clicking on a 3 dot
symbol and then selecting from a drop down menu that opens.
Is this possible on a windows 10
compuger running jaws?
Seems like every application
and/or program out there (at least the ones made by microsoft)
have hotkey buttons and keystrokes you can use but Facebook
apparrently has not caught on.
Ponse media downloader even has
hotkeys a blind person can use, though I honestly don't use
them, instead I simply use the tab key to navigate around.
But I digress,
I added an additional email
address to my facebook account, but the original email I
entered to make the account is still listed as the primary log
these 3 dot thingie is supposed
to open a menu to make the needed changes, but like I said, I
have never come across 3 dots (due to being blind) to get this