Chapter 2: Navigating web pages - the Dolphin Cursor basics
Web Browsing with Google Chrome
Before going any further it is important that you know about the "Dolphin Cursor".
The Dolphin Cursor is a special kind of cursor created by the screen reader to enable you to explore a web page line by line, or word by word, or letter by letter using the keyboard. SuperNova and ScreenReader uses a visual highlight to indicate the position of the Dolphin Cursor as you move through a web page, which you can turn on or off through the "Visual" menu of the SuperNova and ScreenReader Control Panel.
Please ensure you are familiar with the following Dolphin Cursor Movement hot keys before going any further with this tutorial:
- To move by character, press LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROW.
- To move by word, press LEFT CONTROL + LEFT ARROW or LEFT CONTROL + RIGHT ARROW.
- To move by line, press UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW.
- To move to the top of the page, press CONTROL + HOME.
- To move to the bottom of the page, press CONTROL + END.
- To move by object, press TAB or SHIFT + TAB.
When ready, select the link below to move on to the next chapter. To select a link, simply move the Dolphin Cursor onto the link and press ENTER. This will click the link and open the new web page