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Umm, that was definitely meant to go to the list! :) Sorry about that!


On 2/19/2014 5:14 PM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
Marco replied to my question in PM, useful info.  I'd read the NVDA manuals
but it didn't click to expose parent/child relations like this... very
helpful as always following in AccProbe is very tedious.


Yes, you can use the Object Navigation commands to traverse up and down
the object hierarchy. Insert+NumPad8 will move to the parent,
Insert+NumPad 2 will move to the first child, Insert+NumPad 6 and 4 will
move to the next/previous object respectively. Insert+F1 will then act
on the current navigator object, which then is not the same as the
focused object. To reset the navigator object to the focused object,
either move the focus, or press Insert+NumPad Minus.

There are also laptop layout key commands for these actions, but they
escape me at the moment. The keyboard reference should help.


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