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Skip ahead audio in reader mode for Firefox Desktop?

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Hello,

I love Firefox's reader mode's "Listen" or read aloud function. I use it all the time for my academic papers as it helps to drill the information into my head to read and listen to the content.

However, there was an 11x4 table with only numbers in each table cell, and I could not get the read aloud narrator to jump ahead to a later section. When I hit the "Forward" or skip ahead button, it just went to the next cell, and it was a very clunky experience getting to the end of the table.

Does anyone know a way to skip ahead in the content, such as skipping a table or selecting a point in the content to begin reading aloud?

Thanks a ton in advance! It's an incredible community that we have here. Max

Hello, I love Firefox's reader mode's "Listen" or read aloud function. I use it all the time for my academic papers as it helps to drill the information into my head to read and listen to the content. However, there was an 11x4 table with only numbers in each table cell, and I could not get the read aloud narrator to jump ahead to a later section. When I hit the "Forward" or skip ahead button, it just went to the next cell, and it was a very clunky experience getting to the end of the table. Does anyone know a way to skip ahead in the content, such as skipping a table or selecting a point in the content to begin reading aloud? Thanks a ton in advance! It's an incredible community that we have here. Max

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Hi all,

Answered my own question here, just in case it's useful for anyone else. If you scroll down in the content so that the paragraph that you want to begin with is the first paragraph which has its first line fully shown, the read aloud audio should start from that paragraph when you click it on.

Hope this helps! Max