Re: bRAILLE TEXT SHIFTED TO THE RIGHT UNDER ms-wORD 2007 AND jaws 16
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not sure why you can't find the setting, pixel per space,
in jaws 16,
1, from desktop, insert+f2=run jaws manager,
2, s=settings center, press enter,
3, while in the edit field, type in, pixel
you will see 3 results,
to make change, you need to press the f6key.
From: Jfw [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Kimberly via
Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 5:30 AM
To: Jason White via Jfw
Subject: Re: bRAILLE TEXT SHIFTED TO THE RIGHT UNDER ms-wORD 2007 AND jaws
Not sure this addresses your issue but I have seen the same sort of shifted
text while working in the terminal emulation package I use in my job.
There used to be a setting called pixels per space that could be changed to
shift the text back toward the left on a braille display. I haven't been
able to locate that setting in jaws 16 and can't say if it is still
available. For other reasons I have gone back to using jaws 15, but would be
interested to hear any further developments on the problem of shifted text
in version 16.
Sent from Kimber's iPhone
On Nov 25, 2014, at 8:42 PM, Jason White via Jfw <email@example.com>wrote:
the entire line of text presented on the braille display in MS-Word 2007 is
shifted to the right. Specifically, most of the line is blank, and te first
character of text appears near the right end of the braille display.
Pressing alt-tab to move out of MS-Word and back in seems to correct it (for
a while, at least).
problem with the underlying formatting of the document that would explain
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