I'll give this a try. This could be a temporary work around  until apple fixes 
the pages with voice over issue. and the across page boundaries is a voice over 
issue only as I stated before. I tested this. In the mean time I think I'll 
keep contacting accessibil...@apple.com <mailto:accessibil...@apple.com> and 
keep worrying them about the issue.

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> On May 25, 2015, at 10:52 PM, Anne Robertson <a...@anarchie.org.uk> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Here is the fix for this problem.
> Open a TextEdit document and paste in the following without the quotes:
> "{
> "^y" = "yankAndSelect:"; //control-y
> "^\@" = "setMark:"; //control-@
> "^w" = "deleteToMark:"; //control-w
> "^x" = { //control-x control-x
> "^x" = "selectToMark:";
> };
> "^ " = "setMark:"; //control-space
> "~f" = "moveWordForward:"; //option-f
> "~b" = "moveWordBackward:"; //option-b
> }"
> Save the document as:
> DefaultKeyBinding.dict
> You’ll need to change the extension to .dict manually.
> Go to your user library by going to the Go menu in Finder and using the VO 
> keys to navigate down to Library.
> Create a folder Called KeyBindings and put the .dict document into it.
> From now on, you should be able to select text in any text editing 
> application by pressing Ctrl-Space to mark the beginning of the selection, 
> and Ctrl-x-x to mark the end of the selection. Everything in between will be 
> selected, including page breaks.
> Cheers,
> Anne

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