I'm having a really annoying problem. I don't so much think this is really a Voiceover issue as much as it's me not having fast enough reflexes, but I wanted to see if anyone may know an easier way to deal with this.
I have been using my macbook air for a few days now, and have gotten, on occasions, a phone call to my iPhone. I have my mac set up also to make and receive calls using my iPhone over wifi. So, when a call comes in, my mac also pops up with Facetime letting me either reject or accept the call.
What I find is, even though I hear Facetime notification, if I interact, I can't immediately find with Voiceover the accept or decline buttons. What I'm having to do is command+tab until I get over to Facetime, then once Facetime is in the foreground, I then have to do VO+F2 F2 to open the window chooser, find the notification window, VO+Space on that from the window chooser, then VO left and right around the screen to get to the answer button, and finally hit vo+Space.
In the time it takes me to do all that crap, the call has already gone to voicemail.
Using Big Sur 11.2.3, I just am wondering if there is a much quicker and more efficient workflow to quickly get over to that call alert window and hit the answer button.
Let's say I was in the Mail app, and all a sudden I get a call. Or maybe I'm in Safari looking at a website, and all a sudden get a call.
What would you press step by step to quickly jump over and get to that answer button? Or, am I unfortunately doing this already about the easier way there is.