The smallest movement we can do when working with VoiceOver on the web is to move by item. This is what happens when we use the single finger flick left and right. In the world of web browsing with JAWS, you can think of the single finger flick left or right as being equivalent to using the up and down arrow keys on a webpage with JAWS.
|Move down the page||Single finger flick to the right|
|Move up the page||Single finger flick to the left|
The Item Chooser
The item chooser allows us to pull up lists of headings, links, form fields and more.
|Open the item chooser||Two finger triple tap|
|Scroll to different lists in the item chooser||Three finger swipe to the right or left|
|Hear additional actions for items in the item choose||Single finger flick up or down|
|Move to an item||Single finger double tap|
|Close item chooser||Single finger double tap on an item or perform the two finger scrub|
The rotor will allow us to move up and down the page by heading, link, form field, and more. To perform the rotor gesture simply put two fingers on the screen of the device about one inch apart and rotate those fingers clockwise or counter-clockwise while keeping contact with the device. Continue this motion to turn to hear all rotor options available. On a webpage, we would expect to hear options such as: Headings, Links, Form Controls, Edit, etc.
|Change rotor setting||Perform the rotor gesture|
|Interact with rotor setting||Single finger flick up or down|