OK, so this is really strange, and for the life of me, I cannot even slightly begin to understand what in God's name is going on.
So, using the google Chrome browser specifically, I go to docs.google.com and sign in.
I create a totally new blank document in Google Docs, not something from a template.
I should add that both screen reader and also braille support have been enabled.
When I try opening any of the menus in the Docs web applet menu bar, like file, edit, view, insert, tools, format, help, or accessibility, I either just down arrow, or VO+Down arrow once the menu is expanded, but then Voiceover is jumping all over the darn place. And 100 percent of the time consistently, I can get maybe down to about the 3rd or 4th, if I'm lucky, menu option, but then if I keep going down, it throws me out of the menu back to the actual menu tab itself like file expanded, or edit expanded, or whatever menu I'm down inside.
I definitely definitely don't remember this happening before but the last time I tried using Docs on the mac seriously was like maybe 5 or 6 years ago, so who knows what's happened since then.
I reached out to Google Accessibility, but they tell me it's adimantly definitely, so help them God basically, not! not not not not! an issue on their end. They profoundly insist it's not on their end, and it's on Apple's end, so reach out to them for a fix.
Obviously, I talk to Apple Accessibility, and they tell me they can't do a ratt's behind thing because it's not their product, and then despite me telling them my job uses Docs, and so I have no choice but to use Docs if I wanna keep my job, they still keep pushing back insisting that I instead use Pages. I don't know what it's gonna take to convince them I, freak, ing, can't! Heh Low'w'w'w'w! Is anyone listening, for God sake? Sorry to be maybe overdramatic, but really, what the heck am I supposed to do? Google won't help me obviously... Apple insists it's not anything they can do, and wont' even agree to at the very least have engineers take a quick look at it, so I'm kind of between a rock and a hard place.
Thank God alive I have a Windows machine, and though I'm using it less and less each day, I still have it, all be it only barely, chug a lugging along, but for things like this, I am starting to feel I'm never be able to get totally away from Windows, and believe me, that really really sucks donky... um, OK, never mind that. LOL!