Re: Best practices for configuring JAWS if not migrating settings
Keep migrating your settings, Is that the easiest thing to do? . I never start fresh. I always migrate settings.
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Subject: Best practices for configuring JAWS if not migrating settings
I finally got around to installing JAWS 2023 on my home laptop and am preparing to have my IT administrator do it on my work laptop. In the past, I would migrate my settings over, but some of you on this list have shared the value of starting fresh. I decided to do this on my home laptop and am debating whether to do it for work. Over the years I think I have made little tweaks here and there, but, given so many customization options, it’s hard to recall anymore what is default and what are changes I have made. I’m sure I wouldn’t recall all the placemarkers, dictionary entries, and so on that have been added. So, for those of you who like to start fresh, do you keep a list of the settings you know you will want to adjust or do you just wing it? When I look at the export options tree view, should I assume that headers for Excel, MS-Edge, placemarkers and so on are changes I have made? Maybe that is a way to trigger my memory of things. Does it work well to, for example, export the settings that appear to be related to placemarkers, dictionary and such. I do not think I have done any key reassignments, maybe for this exact reason of wondering how I would keep track of them.
Just looking for your recommendations.
Using Windows 10, JAWS 2022, Office 365.
Robin Van Lant
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