Re: Question about Jaws 16 cursor mode

Feliciano G

That is assuming outlook is being used. What mail client or email site?

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On Feb 6, 2015, at 7:06 AM, Dennis via Jfw <> wrote:

what email program is he using?
On 2/6/2015 9:01 AM, Mark via Jfw wrote:
One of my Jaws business partners asked me the following, is this something that was removed from the latest version?

I would like you to submit a request to have PC cursor mode recognize when there is an embedded attachment as a user arrow down through an e-mail. Right now, as I arrow down through an e-mail with the normal PC cursor mode, it will not say it came across an attachment. I have to do a reply on the e-mail, go down until I hear where the attachment was, they go back to the original e-mail, arrow down to that spot, go to Jaws mode, and then click on the attachment. This functionality was there in Jaws 13.

Mark Zalewski
PC Desktop Collaboration and Email
Phone: 414-661-1380
E-Mail Mark Zalewski<>

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