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Expensive third-party assistive technologies such as NaturallySpeaking and JAWS have long included features to make link navigation easier, but it’s only fairly recently that versions of these strategies have been available as free, mainstream browser add-ons. Firefox probably started the trend with LoL; now KeyboardNavigation is available for Chrome. Both of these allow the users to press a hotkey combination and have links labeled with numbers; inputting the number of the desired link will open it, mouse-free.

Access Tech News: KeyboardNavigation does away with mouse clicks in Chrome

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