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NVDA does not route the mouse correctly when using object navigation in MS Edge #7916

Adriani90 opened this issue Jan 17, 2018 · 4 comments


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@Adriani90 Adriani90 commented Jan 17, 2018

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Using Edge, Go to
  2. Navigate in browse mode to an image from the article
  3. Use object navigation to focus the image with the NVDA cursor
  4. In laptop layout, press NVDA+Shift+m to route the mouse to the NVDA cursor

Expected behavior:

NVDA should move the mouse onto the image like in firefox or Internet Explorer.

Actual behavior:

Sometimes NVDA moves the mouse elsewhere but not on the image, sometimes the mouse is not being moved at all.

System configuration:

NVDA version:

NVDA Installed or portable:

Other information:

Windows version:
Windows 10 Build 16.299.64

Name and version of other software in use when reproducing the issue:
Microsoft Edge.

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Does the issue still occur after restarting your PC?

Have you tried any other versions of NVDA?

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@feerrenrut feerrenrut commented Jan 22, 2018

Possibly related to #7915.
As with #7915, check if the position reported by Edge matches the actual position of the element, if not then we need to raise a bug against Edge.

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@Adriani90 Adriani90 commented Feb 11, 2018

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@Adriani90 Adriani90 commented Feb 11, 2018

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@Adriani90 Adriani90 commented Mar 12, 2018

#8076 is related, however the discussion could be continued there.

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