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Firefox with Voice Over on Mac OS
I'm using Firefox on a Mac with the built-in screen reader Voice Over. When I need to log in to a web page, with a User Name & password stored in Apple's Key Chain utility, I typically press Command-Shift-A & the User name & Password fields are automatically populated. Unfortunately, with my new installation of Firefox, I've found that the key combination in question is used to launch the "Add Ons" window. Is there a work-around for this? The Command-Shift-A is the only way that a blind user can populate those fields from Key Chain. The buttons, usually visible in or around those fields for a sighted user are inaccessible.
Thanks so much,
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Beyond the default Browser keyboard hotkeys those most likely are standard settings and the only way that I read was either a 3rd party software to override those hotkeys or a userChrome.css edit to change those from standard keyboard hotkeys.