I don't understand braille display functionality on Mac OS Voiceover. On iOS if I keep pressing the right panning thumb key on my braille display focus goes to the next paragraph or item when I finish reading through the current one. On the Mac panning stops at the end of the paragraph or item until I press the move right command. It is so incredibly inefficient and annoying! Why would anyone want their display to behave in that manner. I hated it when JAWS did that and I hate it when Voiceover does.
Is there some way to change the display's behavior so I can easily read through articles on webpages without all that unnecessary stopping and key pressing?
I swear screenreader developers have never tried using a braille display. I guess they could use the display for reading code while it behaves as it currently does. That is the only time I might want panning to stop at the end of a line.
Please don't suggest I use the continuous auto-advance. I must not read at a consistent enough pace, because trying to use auto-advance stresses me out and doesn't work well.
I have another totally unrelated issue.
Oddly, when I connected my braille display via bluetooth all the default commands were in place, but when I connect via USB almost all of the command assignments have gone missing. It's tedious to manually reassign them but I can do it.
Any help would be much appreciated. If anyone else hates this behavior, please, let Apple know.