I am testing a UI that has a table using JAWS14. The way it is supposed to work (based on our requirements) is that when a user uses the Tab key to navigate within the table, JAWS should read the active elements (buttons, etc.) only. The issue we are currently experiencing is that JAWS is not reading the the rows properly. When a user tabs out of an action button to go to another button, JAWS reads the entire row. JAWS should read the active buttons only. Also, JAWS does not read the button label.
This works fine in Firefox, but not in IE.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.