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Firefox Accessibility with Python

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I am working on a program that would make firefox accessible to locked-in patients.

What I need to be able to do is from python, find all the links and buttons on the active web page. I need to be able to find their physical locations on the screen, and I need to be able to tell the browser to follow ("click on") them later.

Does anybody know how I would go about doing this? I do not know how to write an extension for firefox, and barely know any javascript.
Dec 24 '09 #1
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What do you mean locked-in patients?

Have you looked at Greasemonkey?
Dec 27 '09 #2

P: 87
Locked in means no motor control. They are using a P300-based interface.

If you could point me to a greasemonkey script that already does something similar, that would be helpful. I have very little experience with javascript.
Dec 27 '09 #3

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