Reported by erion on 2012-06-18 14:30
When, for example, a table is at the very end of the virtual buffer, pressing comma results in NVDA jumping to the top of the document.
Since NVDA does not wrap to the top with other keys, this is inconsistent behaviour.
NVDA should announce that this element is the last one in the document and should not try jumping out of it.
Comment 1 by erion on 2012-06-18 14:30
Changed title from "Inconsistent behaviour when jumping to the end of an element which is at the end of the virtual bufferw" to "Inconsistent behaviour when jumping to the end of an element which is at the end of the virtual buffer"
Comment 3 by jteh on 2012-06-18 22:17
Actually, it doesn't jump to the start exactly. It jumps to an invalid position where pressing up arrow or home will take you to the top of the document. Nasty. Pressing anything else seems ot work as it should.
You can also reproduce this if you press right arrow at the bottom of a document; i.e. control+end then right arrow.
Milestone changed from None to 2012.3
Comment 5 by mdcurran on 2012-08-03 02:01
Fixed in 5299.