This post originally appeared on the Yahoo! Accessibility blog.
VoiceOver is a screen reading software built into the Mac OS and is available on every computer that runs this operating system. This means that any Mac user, accessibility tester or developer has access to the same screen reading functionality at no additional cost to them.
One of the difficulties that many VoiceOver beginners encounter when attempting to use this screen reader is learning many of its shortcut keys as well as understanding how to effectively navigate web pages or other parts of the Mac OS user interface.
In this tutorial you will learn about the less-known but very powerful feature of VoiceOver screen reader called "Quicknav Mode". With "Quicknav Mode" you can perform a lot of navigation actions without ever touching other VoiceOver shortcut keys. "Quicknav Mode" is especially handy when navigating web pages with VoiceOver screen reader. " Read on to learn all about it.
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