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Screenreader Bug with Netflix alerts Since 86.0.1 update

Hello, I am a screenreader user and since updating to Firefox 86.0.1 (64-bit) I have encountered a serious bug on Netflix that is very easy to reproduce, even for those w… (閱讀更多)

Hello, I am a screenreader user and since updating to Firefox 86.0.1 (64-bit) I have encountered a serious bug on Netflix that is very easy to reproduce, even for those who don't normally use screenreaders. Serious in the sense of making the site unusable once it hits. It happens with both the screenreaders I use, Windows Narrator and Non-Visual Desktop Access (NVDA).

Basically on Netflix if you do something to cause an informational alert (such as adding a film to your list), then this alert is read out over and over, indefinitely. You then can't hear anything else such as a plot synopsis, or if you move to a different button, you won't hear information about what button it is, as the screenreader just keeps re-stating the same alert. The looped alert keeps playing even after you start watching a film or show. As I say, the site becomes unusable. Whereas in older versions of FF such alerts would be read just once and that was it.

To reproduce: Start a screenreader (the built-in Windows Narrator can be toggled on and off with ctrl+win+enter). Go to the Netflix website (you may need an account and to be logged in). Pick any film or series tile, and do something like press the 'add or remove the item from your list' button. Or press it's 'rate thumbs up / down' button.

You will now hear something along the lines of 'alert: item was added to your list' repeated over and over.

Another example is to start watching a show with a skippable intro (such as Homeland for example). You will hear 'alert: press the S key to skip the intro' repeatedly.

As I say above, in older FF such alerts were read out just once.

So, is this a known issue? Thanks for reading.

TechHorse 於 3 個月前 詢問

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Firefox Reader Mode is cutting out sections of forum websites

After a recent update within the past few months, certain websites now have errors when Firefox's Reader Mode is activated. The exact issue is that a large number of the … (閱讀更多)

After a recent update within the past few months, certain websites now have errors when Firefox's Reader Mode is activated. The exact issue is that a large number of the articles / chapters are lost in translation and not presented when in Reader Mode. This is a new issue, as these sites previously worked perfectly fine when Reader Mode was activated before. Also, be aware that this issue occurs on both the desktop and mobile platforms. I don't know if a rollback or update is needed, or id there is there anything I can do about this. Any help would be appreciated.

Three example websites are: https://archiveofourown.org/works/7830346?view_full_work=true https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/taylor-varga-worm-luna-varga.398991/reader/ https://forums.sufficientvelocity.com/threads/taylor-varga-worm-luna-varga.32119/reader/

PHSYCODELIC 於 1 年前 詢問

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Firefox 69 reader mode maximum zoom level has been limited. Can this be fixed?

Prior to FF 69, I could zoom to HUGE font sizes in Reader Mode. As a user with low vision (macular degeneration) this was very helpful. However, in FF69, zooming is ext… (閱讀更多)

Prior to FF 69, I could zoom to HUGE font sizes in Reader Mode. As a user with low vision (macular degeneration) this was very helpful. However, in FF69, zooming is extremely limited. The maximum font size appears to be about 24 point - which is next to useless for those with low vision. Is there any way this can be fixed? I tried the Reader addon, but its zoom isn't much better.

Thepipe 於 1 年前 詢問

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Why the reader mode add strange links at the bottom?

Hi i'm reading this website page https://benchmarkfurniture.com/materials/ and when i pressed the reader mode i've got "bad links" showing up at the bottom of the pa… (閱讀更多)

Hi i'm reading this website page

https://benchmarkfurniture.com/materials/

and when i pressed the reader mode i've got "bad links" showing up at the bottom of the page what's the reason?

nerip 於 2 年前 詢問

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I can no longer access form field/edit fields on certain websites like the comment field on YouTube and The edit field in FaceBook chat.

This question is more toward other users or developers who also use Fire Fox with assistive technology such as screen readers. For this one, it is Fire Fox for WINDOWS. I… (閱讀更多)

This question is more toward other users or developers who also use Fire Fox with assistive technology such as screen readers. For this one, it is Fire Fox for WINDOWS. I used to be able to enter any form field/edit field on any website, but lately, I cannot enter them on certain websites like YouTube and Face Book. With Face Book, I can enter all the form fields on the site except for the chat. I can no longer enter the form field using JAWS. I can enter it however with another screen reader, NVDA. I'm not sure how I can fix that. Any suggestions? I'm using the latest versions of JAWS, Fire Fox, and WINDOWS.

BarangFarang 於 4 年前 詢問

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Printing the view in firefox reader mode

I want to be able to print the clutter-free content from Firefox reader mode. I am on Firefox version 49.0. Can someone tell me how do i do this? Best, Animesh. … (閱讀更多)

I want to be able to print the clutter-free content from Firefox reader mode. I am on Firefox version 49.0. Can someone tell me how do i do this?

Best, Animesh.

animesh_pathak 於 4 年前 詢問

Roland Tanglao 最近回覆 於 4 年前

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reader view, hide left panel

I would like to hide the left panel present in reader view mode. Setting reader.toolbar.vertical to false in about:config does nothing after restart. How to hide this pan… (閱讀更多)

I would like to hide the left panel present in reader view mode. Setting reader.toolbar.vertical to false in about:config does nothing after restart. How to hide this panel on the left? CSS or something?

bygabyga 於 5 年前 詢問

cor-el 於 5 年前 解答

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#-links (citations on wikipedia) in reader view don't work properly.

In Reader View, when clicking #-links, as in links that makes you jump to somewhere else on the page, firefox doesn't open the link properly. For example, the citation ht… (閱讀更多)

In Reader View, when clicking #-links, as in links that makes you jump to somewhere else on the page, firefox doesn't open the link properly.

For example, the citation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cley_Marshes#cite_note-NAE9-1 on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cley_Marshes becomes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/#cite_note-NAE9-1 and thus, clicking the link redirects me to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page#cite_note-NAE9-1 instead of jumping down to the citation on the page, neither in reader view or normally.

I have the same problem on another site which uses #-links as footnotes. On http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/index.php?title=Mushoku_Tensei:Web_Chapter_67 the footnote http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/index.php?title=Mushoku_Tensei:Web_Chapter_67#cite_note-1 becomes http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/#cite_note-1 and thus redirects to http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/index.php?title=Main_Page#cite_note-1 instead of jumping down the page.

I suspect it has something to do with how #-links are coded, but I don't know.

Is this a bug, and is there anything I can do to fix this?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Manadron 於 5 年前 詢問

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