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Dolphin SuperNova Power Tip: Adding A Temporary Place Marker to a Web Page

Released: 7/21/2022

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Dolphin SuperNova Tips.

Sometimes you may find yourself reading a news article, sports report or maybe filling out a form and you've found an important passage that you'd like to return to once you've reached the end of the web page.

With the SuperNova Dolphin Cursor, you can set a temporary place marker on a web page and return to the marker with a single keypress.

To set a temporary marker at the current Dolphin Cursor position on a web page, press LEFT CTRL + CAPS LOCK + A.

You can set only one temporary place marker on a webpage, but you can reposition the marker as often as you require.

Once marked, you can return to the position on the web page by pressing the letter A, or SHIFT + A if the marker is above the current Dolphin Cursor position on the web page.

The temporary place marker is forgotten when you open a new web page.

You can learn more about temporary place markers and find out how to set permanent place markers by visiting the tutorial pages on the Dolphin website.

This Tip Brought To You By: Dolphin Computer Access

Learn more about SuperNova on the Dolphin Website, register for free webinars or subscribe to the SuperNova Everyday Essentials YouTube Playlist.

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