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Website Navigation With Orca

orca has a lot of web page navigation keys. If you aren’t the kind of person who has to customize everything you may be unaware of them. There are keys for almost everything you could want, but by default, only a few of them have key bindings. If, for example, you would like to jump to the next combobox on the page you are reading, you can set a key to do so. It isn’t set by default, so you have to open Orca’s preferences for Firefox. To do this, press the Orca key, either insert if you are using desktop layout, or capslock for laptop layout. So, press orca+control+space bar and the Orca preferences for Firefox will open. Use the arrow keys to get to the key bindings tab. Tab over to the function column and then arrow down through the different options. To set a key for one of the choices, press enter while on the item you would like to set a key for and type your choice. Orca will say "Key captured, press enter to confirm". After you have confirmed your choice, tab to the apply or OK button and press enter. You will now be able to use your brand new navigation key on web pages.

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