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This chapter introduces VoiceOver, the advanced screen-reading technology integrated into the Mac OS X operating system. Introducing VoiceOver. About VoiceOver. VoiceOver is a built-in screen reader that describes aloud what appears on your computer screen it speaks the text that s in documents and windows. To turn on VoiceOver, press Command-F5. When a supported refreshable braille display is connected to your computer, VoiceOver detects the display and sends it information about what s on the screen using contracted or uncontracted braille.
If you re using a Multi-Touch trackpad, you can use VoiceOver gestures to navigate and interact with what s on the screen. Using VoiceOver, you control the computer primarily with a keyboard, braille display, or trackpad, instead of the mouse. When VoiceOver is on, you can use VoiceOver commands to navigate and interact with items on the screen. You enter VoiceOver commands by holding down the Control and Option keys together, along with one or more other keys. The Control and Option keys are called the VoiceOver keys, or VO keys for short.
They are shown in commands as VO, as in VO-F1. You can assign VoiceOver commands to numeric keypad keys, keyboard keys, braille display input keys, and trackpad gestures, so you can use the commands with fewer keystrokes. You use the VoiceOver cursor to move around the screen and hear descriptions of the items in the cursor. You use it to select buttons and other controls, and to read and edit text. VoiceOver enables users with visual disabilities to control their computer using a rich set of keyboard commands and gestures.
The keyboard focus and mouse pointer work with the VoiceOver cursor in a variety of ways. You can configure them to follow each other, or use them separately to move in different applications at the same time. When VoiceOver is on, you can start the tutorial at any time by pressing VO-Command-F8. You can customize VoiceOver to best suit your needs using VoiceOver Utility. About the VoiceOver cursor, mouse pointer, and keyboard focus.
When you use VoiceOver to move to areas of the screen or within the text in a document, a dark rectangle is drawn around the area where VoiceOver is focused. This rectangle is called the VoiceOver cursor. By default, the keyboard focus and VoiceOver cursor match, so that wherever you move the keyboard focus using standard keyboard navigation Tab key and arrow keysthe VoiceOver cursor follows.
And wherever the VoiceOver cursor goes, the keyboard focus follows if possible. This is called cursor tracking. You can also turn on cursor tracking for the mouse. When you open a new window, the VoiceOver cursor and the keyboard focus are positioned on the same item. For example, when you open a New Message window in Mail, the VoiceOver cursor and the keyboard focus are positioned on the To field. If you prefer, you can make the initial position of the VoiceOver cursor be on the first item in the window.
You can turn off cursor tracking. The first time you start VoiceOver, you can choose to take the Quick Start tutorial, an interactive tour of VoiceOver navigation and interaction basics. If you turn off cursor tracking, you can use VoiceOver commands to move the VoiceOver cursor to where the keyboard is focused when you need to. For example, you might want to leave the keyboard focus in one place and move the VoiceOver cursor around to read a dialog that just appeared, check email messages, or perform other tasks.
You set preferences for the initial position of the cursor and for cursor tracking using VoiceOver Utility. About keyboard shortcuts and VoiceOver. Applications use key combinations as shortcuts to help you work faster. Many shortcuts are common to all Mac OS X applications, such as Command-S for Save and Command-P for Print. You can use these keyboard shortcuts and VoiceOver commands to control actions on your computer.
VoiceOver commands always include the VO keys the Control and Option keys. When you use VoiceOver to navigate menus, you hear the keyboard shortcut, if there is one, after the name of the menu command. Using function keys on some keyboards. Function keys are located above the number keys at the top of the keyboard. On some keyboards, many of the function keys are programmed to perform hardware-related actions such as adjusting volume, muting sound, and controlling display brightness. If your keyboard has an Fn function key, you must press the Fn key and the function key together to use the function key for other actions.
If you use VoiceOver all the time or very frequently, you can change the default behavior of the function keys to perform software actions. Then you have to press the Fn key only to change the volume or change other hardware settings. Choose Apple menu System Preferences, click Keyboard, and then Keyboard. Select the Use all F1, F2, etc. keys as standard function keys checkbox.
Now you don t need to press the Fn key to use VoiceOver commands; you press it only when you want to use the hardware action of a function key. The command to turn VoiceOver on and off is Command-F5. You don t need to use the Fn key with this command. Some keyboards have dedicated keys for Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down. These are important VoiceOver navigation keys. If you re using a keyboard that doesn t have these keys, use the arrow keys with the Fn key for these actions.
For example, in the File menu, New, Command N means that you can use the keyboard shortcut Command-N to create a new file. You can do the same for the mouse. Chrome DevTools Keyboard Shortcuts. This page is a reference of keyboard shortcuts in Chrome DevTools. You can also find shortcuts in tooltips. Hover over a UI element of DevTools to display its tooltip.
If the element has a shortcut, the tooltip includes it. Keyboard shortcuts for opening DevTools. To open DevTools, press the following keyboard shortcuts while your cursor is focused on the browser viewport. Action Mac Windows Linux Open whatever panel you used last Command Option I F12 or Control Shift I Open the Console panel Command Option J Control Shift J Open the Elements panel Command Shift C or Command Option C Control Shift C.
The following keyboard shortcuts are available in most, if not all, DevTools panels. Action Mac Windows Linux Show Settings. or Function F1. or F1 Focus the next panel Command Control Focus the previous panel Command Control Switch back to whatever docking position you last used. If DevTools has been in its default position for the entire session, then this shortcut undocks DevTools into a separate window Command Shift D Control Shift D Toggle Device Mode Command Shift M Control Shift M Toggle Inspect Element Mode Command Shift C Control Shift C Open the Command Menu Command Shift P Control Shift P Toggle the Drawer Escape Escape Normal reload Command R F5 or Control R Hard reload Command Shift R Control F5 or Control Shift R Search for text within the current panel.
Not supported in the AuditsApplicationand Security panels Command F Control F Opens the Search tab in the Drawerwhich lets you search for text across all loaded resources Command Option F Control Shift F Open a file in the Sources panel Command O or Command P Control O or Control P Zoom in Command Shift Control Shift Zoom out Command - Control - Restore default zoom level Command 0 Control 0 Run snippet Press Command O to open the Command Menutype.
followed by the name of the script, then press Enter. Elements iq option d keyboard shortcuts. Action Mac Windows Linux Undo change Command Z Control Z Redo change Command Shift Z Control Y Select the element above below the currently-selected element Up Arrow Down Arrow Up Arrow Down Arrow Expand the currently-selected node.
If the node is already expanded, this shortcut selects the element below it Right Arrow Right Arrow Collapse the currently-selected node. If the node is already collapsed, this shortcut selects the element above it Left Arrow Left Arrow Expand or collapse the currently-selected node and all of its children Hold Option then click the arrow icon next to the element s name Hold Control Alt then click the arrow icon next to the element s name Toggle Edit Attributes mode on the currently-selected element Enter Enter Select the next previous attribute after entering Edit Attributes mode Tab Shift Tab Tab Shift Tab Hide the currently-selected element H H Toggle Edit as HTML mode on the currently-selected element Function F2 F2.
Styles pane keyboard shortcuts. Action Mac Windows Linux Go to the line where a property value is declared Hold Command then click the property value Hold Control then click the property value Cycle through the RBGA, HSLA, and Hex representations of a color value Hold Shift then click the Color Preview box next to the value Hold Shift then click the Color Preview box next to the value Select the next previous property or value Click a property name or value then press Tab Shift Tab Click a property name or value then press Tab Shift Tab Increment decrement a property value by 0.
1 Click a value then press Option Up Arrow Option Down Arrow Click a value then press Alt Up Arrow Alt Down Arrow Increment decrement a property value by 1 Click a value then press Up Arrow Down Arrow Click a value then press Up Arrow Down Arrow Increment decrement a property value by 10 Click a value then press Shift Up Arrow Shift Down Arrow Click a value then press Shift Up Arrow Shift Down Arrow Increment decrement a property value by 100 Click a value then press Command Up Arrow Command Down Arrow Click a value then press Control Up Arrow Control Down Arrow.
Sources panel keyboard shortcuts. Action Mac Windows Linux Pause script execution if currently running or resume if currently paused F8 or Command F8 or Control Step over next function call F10 or Command F10 or Control Step into next function call F11 or Command ; F11 or Control ; Step out of current function Shift F11 or Command Shift ; Shift F11 or Control Shift ; Continue to a certain line of code while paused Hold Command and then click the line of code Hold Control and then click the line of code Select the call frame below above the currently-selected frame Control.
ControlControl. ControlSave changes to local modifications Command S Control S Save all changes Command Option S Control Alt S Go to line Control G Control G Jump to a line number of the currently-open file Press Command O to open the Command Menutype followed by the line number, then press Enter Press Control O to open the Command Menutype followed the line number, then press Enter Jump to a column of the currently-open file for example line 5, column 9 Press Command O to open the Command Menutypethen the line number, then anotherthen the column number, then press Enter Press Control O to open the Command Menutypethen the line number, then anotherthen the column number, then press Enter Go to a function declaration if currently-open file is HTML or a scriptor a rule set if currently-open file is a stylesheet Press Command Shift Othen type in the name of the declaration rule set, or select it from the list of options Press Control Shift Othen type in the name of the declaration rule set, or select it from the list of options Close the active tab Option W Alt W.
Code Editor keyboard shortcuts. Action Mac Windows Linux Delete all characters in the last word, up to the cursor Option Delete Control Delete Add or remove a line-of-code breakpoint Focus your cursor on the line and then press Command B Focus your cursor on the line and then press Control B Go to matching bracket Control M Control M Toggle single-line comment.
If multiple lines are selected, DevTools adds a comment to the start of each line Command Control Select de-select the next occurrence of whatever word the cursor is on. Each occurrence is highlighted simultaneously Command D Command U Control D Control U. Performance panel keyboard shortcuts. followed by the name of the script, then press Enter Press Control O to open the Command Menutype. Action Mac Windows Linux Start stop recording Command E Control E Save recording Command S Control S Load recording Command O Control O.
Action Mac Windows Linux Start stop recording Command E Control E. Memory panel keyboard shortcuts. Console panel keyboard shortcuts. Action Mac Windows Linux Accept autocomplete suggestion Right Arrow or Tab Right Arrow or Tab Reject autocomplete suggestion Escape Escape Get previous statement Up Arrow Up Arrow Get next statement Down Arrow Down Arrow Focus the Console Control Control Clear the Console Command K or Option L Control L Force a multi-line entry.
Note that DevTools should detect multi-line scenarios by default, so this shortcut is now usually unnecessary Command Return Shift Enter Execute Return Enter Expand all sub-properties of an object that s been logged to the Console Hold Alt then click Expand Hold Alt then click Expand. Keyboard Shortcuts Mac. Below are the options for opening up the Inspect Element tool with keyboard shortcuts. Cmd Opt I to open the Developer Tools Cmd Opt J t o open the Developer Tools and bring focus to the Console Cmd Shift C to open the Developer Tools in Inspect Element mode, or toggle Inspect Element mode if the Developer Tools are already open.
Keyboard Shortcuts Windows Linux. F12, or Ctrl Shift I to open the Developer Tools. Ctrl Shift J to open the Developer Tools and bring focus to the Console. Ctrl Shift C to open the Developer Tools in Inspect Element mode, or toggle Inspect Element mode if the Developer Tools are already open. Chrome Inspect Element is a native development tool pre-built into the Chrome browser making it very accessible, especially when it has shortcut command options.
If you re a QA Analyst and would be using Chrome developer tools almost daily then it would be advantageous to become familiar with the rest of the keyboard shortcuts that the Chrome Inspect Element tool has to offer. A comprehensive list of those shortcuts can be found here. This good old-fashioned way of accessing the tool is by right clicking in the browser window and selecting Inspect element.
Inspect element displays. Activating Chrome Inspect Element. Once Inspect element is launched, the user can now identify any object that is on the page by clicking the Inspect button. Chrome s element inspector displays. By moving the mouse over the browser, window elements that the tool is able to reference will be highlighted.
Below is a screenshot of sample output from the Google s Google Search button located on the site s main landing page. Here we see the element details of the search button, after inspecting. Note that the value returned from Chrome Inspect Element will be identical to the values returned by all other browser Inspect Element tools, such as Firefox, Chrome, and IE, which can all be found out more about here.
For part II of Becoming a Chrome All-Star, here s a bunch of miscellaneous Chrome Tips and Tricks. This article might be a little boring for most, but I wanted to get it out there people releasing the bigger ones coming such as the one on the Chrome Console. Chrome Tips Keyboard Shortcuts, Canary Build, Settings, Commands, and Address Bar Tricks. Here s a list of all the Keyboard shortcuts for Chrome for Mac.
The less you touch the mouse, the better. These shortcuts are literally copy and pasted over from the Chrome Official Docs; however, I went ahead and highlighted the ones I find most useful. Tab and window shortcuts. -N Opens a new window. -T Opens a new tab. -Shift-N Opens a new window in incognito mode. Press -Othen select file. Opens a file from your computer in Google Chrome.
Press and click a link. Or click a link with your middle mouse button or mousewheel. Opens the link in a new tab in the background. Press -Shift and click a link. Opens the link in a new tab and switches to the newly opened tab. Or press Shift and click a link with your middle mouse button or mousewheel. Press Shift and click a link. -Shift-T Reopens the last tab you ve closed. Opens the link in a new window. Google Chrome remembers the last 10 tabs you ve closed.
Drag a tab out of the tab strip. Opens the tab in a new window. Opens the tab in the existing window. Drag a tab out of the tab strip and into an existing window. Press -Option and the right arrow together. Switches to the next tab. Press -Option and the left arrow together. Switches to the previous tab. -W Closes the current tab or pop-up. -Shift-W Closes the current window. Click and hold either the Back or Forward arrow in the browser toolbar.
Displays your browsing history in the tab. Press Delete or - Goes to the previous page in your browsing history for the tab. Press Shift-Delete or - Goes to the next page in your browsing history for the tab. Press Shift while clicking the button in the top left corner of the window. Maximizes the window. -M Minimizes the window. -H Hides Google Chrome. -Option-H Hides all other windows. -Q Closes Google Chrome.
-Shift-B Toggles the bookmarks bar on and off. -Option-B Opens the bookmark manager. Google Chrome feature shortcuts. - Opens the Settings page. -Y Opens the History page. -Shift-J Opens the Downloads page. -Shift-Delete Opens the Clear Browsing Data dialog. -Shift-M Switch between multiple users. Address bar shortcuts. These shortcuts only work within the selected address bar. Type a search term, then press Enter.
Performs a search using your default search engine. Type a search engine keyword, press Spacetype a search term, and press Enter. Performs a search using the search engine associated with the keyword. Begin typing a search engine URL, press Tab when prompted, type a search term, and press Enter. Performs a search using the search engine associated with the URL. Opens the URL in a new background tab. Type a URL, then press -Enter. -L Highlights the URL.
-Option-F Places a. in the address bar. Type a search term after the question mark to perform a search using your default search engine. Press Option and the left arrow together. Moves your cursor to the preceding key term in the address bar Press Option and the right arrow together. Moves your cursor to the next key term in the address bar Press Shift-Option and the left arrow together.
Highlights the preceding key term in the address bar Press Shift-Option and the right arrow together. Highlights the next key term in the address bar -Delete Deletes the key term that precedes your cursor in the address bar Select an entry in the address bar drop-down menu with your keyboard arrows, then press Shift-Fn-Delete. Deletes the entry from your browsing history, if possible. Press Page Up or Page Down in the addess bar menu. Selects the previous or next entry in the menu.
-P Prints your current page. Webpage shortcuts. -Shift-P Opens the Page Setup dialog. -S Saves your current page. -Shift-I Emails your current page. -R Reloads your current page. Esc Stops loading of your current page. -F Opens the find bar. -G Finds the next match for your input in the find bar. -Shift-G or Shift-Enter Finds the previous match for your input in the find bar.
- Enlarges everything on the page. and - Makes everything on the page smaller. -0 Returns everything on the page to normal size. Space bar Scrolls down the web page. -Shift-H Opens your home page in your current tab. -Option-F Searches the web. Text Shortcuts. -C Copies highlighted content to the clipboard. -Option-C Copies the URL of the page you re viewing to the clipboard. -V Pastes content from the clipboard. -Shift-Option-V Pastes content without source formatting.
-X or Shift-Delete Deletes the highlighted content and copies it to the clipboard. -Z Reverts your last action. -Shift-Z Repeats your last action. -X Deletes highlighted content and saves it to your clipboard cut. -A Selects all the text on your current page. - Opens the Spelling and Grammar dialog. -; Checks your current page for spelling and grammar. Nightly Builds with Chrome Canary. Chrome Canary is a stand-alone version of Chrome that can run side-by-side on your computer with the regular version.
Chrome Canary is updated nightly and experiments with all the coolest modern web technologies and experiments. If you use this, you usually can beta test some cool features before they are merged into the master production branch of Chrome. Fair warning though that it can break and probably shouldn t be used as your default browser - especially during development.
You can download it here. Chrome Settings You Should Care About. Chrome Sync. p I personally don t use this feature, but it s great if you are the type of person who is hopping from device to device. You can learn more about it on the Chrome website here. Chrome Task Manager. I m not going to go into great detail about this, but there are some settings that are well worth using or at least looking into. I m surprised by the amount of people who haven t heard about this.
Chrome has a built in task manager to let you kill off individual tabs, and it works quite well especially if a tab ever becomes unresponsive. To access it, click the top-right options button on Chrome, go to tools, and click Task Manager. Change the Default Search Engine. Maybe you re a Microsoft Fanboy girl, or an advocate of search privacy. You re probably thinking why the heck would you ever change it from Google.
Here s how to change your search Engine to DuckDuckGo in Chrome. Right-Click the Address Bar. Select Edit Search Engines. Add a new search engine called DuckDuckGo. gg in the Keyword field. q s in the URL field. Select Make Default. Enable Do Not Track. Sadly, I don t think anyone actually honors or cares to respect this. It is gaining traction, however. Useful Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Be Using Now. To enable it. Go to Chrome Settings. I believe Internet Explorer 10 even has it enabled by default, and it is possible to enable it in Chrome.
Select Show Advanced Settings. all the way at the bottom. Select Send a Do Not Track request with your browsing traffic under the Privacy section. For example, check out the example below for visiting reddit. After you do this, you can see that your browser sends a DND item in the header of requests you make. Show the Home Button. This is simple enough. To do this, simply go to settings and click Enable Home Button. It will put a nice little home icon next to your refresh button.
Pinning Tabs. Pinning tabs is great, and chances are that you already use this or know about. Simply right-click any tab and select Pin Tab. chrome Commands. If you haven t noticed by now, you can access Chrome s various services all via a Chrome URL or Chrome Command. For a full list check out the URLs below note that these are not accessible via a tags. These are copied directly from. List of Chrome URLs. The following pages are for debugging purposes only.
Because they crash or hang the renderer, they re not linked directly; you can type them into the address bar if you need them. chrome crash chrome kill chrome hang chrome shorthang chrome gpuclean chrome gpucrash chrome gpuhang chrome ppapiflashcrash chrome ppapiflashhang chrome restart. Tricks with the Chrome Address Bar. If a site has search functionality, chances are Google knows it, and therefore Chrome knows it.
You can search any of these sites directly all from the Chrome Address Bar also called the Omnibar. Doing this is ridiculously easy. Simply type the URL in the address bar, wait for Chrome to detect the URL, then press tab. After that, you can enter search query and you will automatically search the site you specified. I mainly use it for these two sites, but I m sure you can think of use cases iq option d yourself. You can also do minor calculations in the Chrome Address Bar.
Type these commands in the address bar to see it in action the last one is a nice little Easter Egg. The Series Continued. 100 100 100 52 38 - 8 3 555 200 lbs in kg 1 ounce to ml 205. 3 miles in km hours in a year what is the answer to life the universe and everything. Leveraging Multiple Chrome Users for Ultra-Fast Session Swapping Useful Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Be Using Now Nightly Builds with Chrome Canary Chrome Developer Tools Chrome Console Tips and Tricks Chrome Settings You Should Care About Tricks with the Chrome Address Bar chrome Commands The Best Plugins and Extensions.
10 React apps for real-world practice. Nicholas Cerminara. Just keep swimming. Build Multiple Stacking Sticky Sidebars with Pure CSS and Bootstrap 4. Dev tutorials explaining the code and the choices behind it all. Scotch by chrisoncode at. Top shelf learning. Chromebook keyboard shortcuts and touchpad controls. Knowing your Chromebook keyboard shortcuts and touchpad controls are essential to get the most out of your Chromebook.
Let s take a look at all the keyboard shortcuts and touchpad controls you ll ever use on your Chromebook computer. The Chromebook keyboard is similar to the keyboard you would find on a Windows-based PC. For example, it has a full QWERTY keyboard for you to type on. The Chromebook keyboard. However, that is where the similarities end. You ll notice your Chromebook keyboard does not have any function buttons, which you would see on a traditional keyboard as F1 to F12.
It also has no caps lock which is the key you would use to type in capital letters. Most keyboards are qwerty keyboards. It s a good idea to understand what these keys are, so you become comfortable working with your keyboard and the shortcuts available. The top row of keys on your Chromebook keyboard. Use the keyboard above to match the key to the number below. 1 The Escape key.
The escape key is the same as what you would find on most keyboards and is rarely used. You may use the escape key if you want to cancel away from a section your screen is focused on. The Chromebook keyboard has some extra keys that you do not have on a more traditional type of keyboard and these keys are located where the F1 to F12 keys would have been positioned.
When browsing the internet you go from one internet page to another. 2 Left and right navigation keys. You can do this with the keyboard using these keys. You may be used to doing this by using the back and forward buttons on your internet browser. At times you may want to go back to a previous page you were on, or you may want to go forward to a page you were previously on if you have gone back too far.
Either way works, but it s good that you have different ways of doing it. If you ve used the internet you will most likely iq option d used to the refresh key. 3 The Refresh key. This refreshes the current internet page you are on, which simply means it reloads the internet page. You may want to do this if the page brings you an error, as refreshing the page may fix it.
Another reason maybe if you re expecting an important email, which is not showing in your mailbox. If someone has just sent you an email and you need to read this urgently, instead of waiting for the browser to refresh, you can use this key to refresh the page; this would usually show you the email that has just been sent. Use whichever way suits you best. 4 The full-screen key.
By pressing this key on your Chromebook your internet page is displayed in full screen. This allows you to see more of the information on the website page and it does this by removing the browser options at the top and bottom of the screen. Different software programs use the escape key in different ways, but it s generally used to cancel out of a field or a screen.
To leave full-screen mode you simply press this key again. 5 The Switch key. When you press this key it displays all of the windows you currently have open. You can then use your mouse to click on the window you would like to view. These two iq option d control the brightness of your Chromebook display. This makes it easy to switch between any open windows you may have open. 6 Screen brightness control. 7 The Mute key. This key mutes the sounds coming from your Chromebook. 8 Volume up and down keys.
These keys control the volume, so you can adjust it up or down to suit the situation. If you hold down this key for a few seconds it will turn on your Chromebook, or if you already have your Chromebook turned on; holding down the key for a few seconds will shut the Chromebook down. You can do this by pressing the key for about half a second and then letting go. 9 The Power key. If your Chromebook is on, you can also use this key to sign out the current user or to lock the screen. You ll then see a menu appear on the screen with the options to power offsign out or lock screen.
Keyboard shortcuts on your Chromebook. There are many keyboard shortcuts available to you to make life easier. If you use these shortcuts regularly they will become second nature. To take a full screenshot. Pressing the control and switch key takes a full screenshot of whatever is being displayed on the screen at the time. This automatically saves into your downloads folder, so you can use it at a later date.
Take a partial screenshot. Holding down the shift and control key together with the switch key allows you to take a partial screenshot. When you press these keys your display will dim and the mouse cursor will change iq option d. To take a partial screenshot you just move the mouse cursor to the top left of where you want the screen capture to start; you then hold down the touchpad while dragging the mouse cursor to cover the part of the screen you want to take a screenshot of.
Again, this will save the image to your downloads folder for future use. The Chromebook keyboard does not come with a caps lock key. Therefore, to turn the caps lock on you press the Alt and Search key. You can then type as normal and the letters will be in capitals. To switch caps off you can press the Alt and Search key again, or you can simply press the shift key. Lock your Chromebook. You can quickly lock your Chromebook by pressing the Search key and the letter L.
By doing this you will lock your screen and your password is required to unlock it. Sign out of your account. If you wish to sign out of your account quickly and return to the login page you can do this by holding down the Shift and Control key and while holding these keys pressing the Q button twice. Using your Touchpad on your Chromebook. The Chromebook like many other laptops uses a Touchpad instead of a mouse. You will use your Touchpad a lot when browsing the internet, so it s a good idea to find out how it works and the different ways you can interact with the Touchpad.
Moving the mouse cursor around the screen. To move the mouse cursor around the screen you simply lightly press a finger on the Touchpad and move in the direction you want the mouse cursor to move in. Pressing the left mouse button. To press the left mouse button on your Touchpad you simply press your Touchpad with one finger. This does the same thing as left-clicking on a mouse button. This also means if you need to hold down your left mouse button, you would simply hold down your finger on the Touchpad.
This will take some getting used to if you have previously worked with a mouse, but once you have used the Touchpad for a few weeks it will become second nature to you. Pressing the right mouse button. If you need to press the right mouse button on your Chromebook you simply press down on your Touchpad with two fingers. Scrolling up and down the screen. You can scroll up and down the screen by navigating the arrow keys to the right of your browser.
However, it is much easier and quicker to do it with your Touchpad. To scroll up or down the screen you simply use two fingers on your Touchpad. Gently press on the Touchpad with two fingers and move your fingers up to scroll up the page, or move your fingers down to scroll down the page. Navigate web pages left to right. If you are browsing the web it s most likely from time to time you will want to go back to a previous webpage or you may want to go forward to a webpage you ve previously visited.
You can do this using the front and back arrows on your browser, or the front and back keys on your keyboard. However, you can also do this using your Touchpad and it s a much quicker way of navigating through web pages once you ve got used to it. You can do this by pressing on the Touchpad with two fingers and swiping either left or right. Display all of the windows you have open on your Chromebook. If you have a lot of windows open it can be difficult to navigate from one to the other.
You can easily see what windows you have open by lightly pressing on the Touchpad with three fingers and swiping down. Doing this will then show you all the windows you have open, you can then simply choose the window you want to be active by left-clicking on it with your Touchpad. To turn the caps lock on. ChromeVox Classic Keyboard Shortcuts Reference. We strongly encourage you to get familiar with our newest version of ChromeVox as soon as possible. The old version, ChromeVox Classic, will only be around for a short while, so for now, we re keeping this short reference available.
But we re sure that you ll like the faster, easier-to-use version, so you won t miss Classic for long if at all. Learn more Help Center. ChromeVox Modifier Keys. For ChromeVox Classic on Chrome OS, the ChromeVox modifier keys are Search Shift. For the ChromeVox extension for Windows, the ChromeVox modifier keys are Shift Alt. For the ChromeVox extension for Mac, the ChromeVox modifier keys are Cmd Ctrl. Important Note There is no future development planned to change, enhance, or add functionality for the ChromeVox Classic browser extension.
This reference is a complete list of all the keyboard commands associated with ChromeVox Classic. These commands can be referenced at any time through the command help menu. Press ChromeVox Period and use the up and down arrow keys to navigate or begin typing the command you are looking for. Sticky Mode. On Mac OS, double-tap the left Command key to enable disable sticky mode. On Windows, double-tap the Insert key to enable disable sticky mode.
Speech Commands. Control Stop speaking the current text ChromeVox Single quote Increase pitch of speech ChromeVox Semicolon Decrease pitch of speech ChromeVox Close Bracket Increase rate of speech ChromeVox Open Bracket Decrease rate of speech. Basic Navigation. On Chrome OS, double-tap the Search key to enable disable sticky mode. ChromeVox Down Navigate Forward ChromeVox Up Navigate backward ChromeVox Right Navigate forward at a more detailed level ChromeVox Left Navigate backward at a more detailed level ChromeVox Equals Change navigation level to more detail ChromeVox Minus Change navigation level to less detail Enter Activate current item ChromeVox Space Force click on current item ChromeVox R Start reading from current location.
ChromeVox allows you navigate through lists of similar items, such as links, headers etc. Jump Commands. To move to a specific item on a page, press ChromeVox either N or P. N stands for Next and P stands for Previous. To move to the next header on the page, press ChromeVox N then H. To move to the previous header on the page, press ChromeVox P then H. You can also move to a specific heading level by pressing ChromeVox N or P then the number representing that heading level.
For example, to move to the next level 2 header, press ChromeVox N then 2. Tab Jump to next focusable item Shift Tab Jump to previous focusable item Press ChromeVox N or ChromeVox P and then one of the following commands A Anchor Q Block quote B Button X Checkbox C Combobox G Graphic H Heading J Jump ; Landmark F Form Field L Link O List I List item R Radio button S Slider T Table. Other items.
Table Mode is activated by ChromeVox Back slash when reading a table. ChromeVox Back space Force exit table mode ChromeVox Down Go to next table row ChromeVox Up Go to previous table row ChromeVox Right Go to next table column ChromeVox Left Go to previous table column ChromeVox T then H Announce headers of the current cell ChromeVox T then L Announce coordinates of the current cell ChromeVox T then Open bracket Go to beginning of table ChromeVox T then Close bracket Go to end of table ChromeVox T then Semicolon Go to beginning of the current row ChromeVox T then Single quote Go to end of the current row ChromeVox T then Comma Go to beginning of the current column ChromeVox T then Period Go to end of the current column.
The following are the commands that become available only in table mode. Use the command help menu ChromeVox Period to explore additional table commands. Hotkeys Keyboard Shortcuts can make a big difference in strategy games, especially in multiplayer, when you are short on time. Civilization V Hotkeys and Shortcuts. This Civilization V Hotkey Guide has been carefully crafted to help you find every key used in Civilization V on the PC platform. The same goes in case of Civilization V, you obviously can save time using the shortcuts rather than dragging your mouse for each move, which ultimately slows you down.
Do note that you may be able to change your keybinds by going into the Settings menu. Following is a list of Hotkeys Shortcuts that can be used in Civilization V on PC. General Hotkeys. Hotkey Action Performed 1 F1 Civilopedia 2 F2 Economic info 3 F3 Military info 4 F4 Diplomacy info 5 F5 Social Policies Screen 6 F6 Tech Screen 7 F7 Notification Log 8 F8 Victory Progress 9 F9 Demographics 10 F10 Strategic View 11 F11 Quick Save 12 F12 Quick Load 13 G Hex Grid 14 Esc Menu 15 Enter End Turn 16 Period Next Unit 17 Comma Previous Unit 18 Zoom Out 19 Zoom in 20 Insert Capital City View 21 Home Capital City View 22 End Capital City View 23 Page up Zoom in 24 Page Down Zoom Out 25 Ctrl R Show Resources Icons 26 Ctrl Y Yield Icons 27 Ctrl O Game Options 28 Ctrl S Save 29 Ctrl L Load 30 Ctrl Spcae End Turn.
Hotkey Action Performed 1 M Move Mode 2 E Explore Automated 3 A Alert 4 F Sleep 5 Space Do Nothing. Action Hotkeys Used to perform actions on, or from any units in the game.
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