Re: Questions about the focus blue 40 classic and jaws
Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>
Hello Lelia,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Have you downloaded the Focus Manual? Here is an exert, although the example may be incorrect.
Use the modifier keys to simulate key combinations (keystrokes) that
include CTRL, ALT, WINDOWS Key, SHIFT, or the JAWS Key
(INSERT). To use these modifiers when typing a keystroke, do the
Hold down DOT 8 CHORD and then press the corresponding
modifier keys in the keystroke. Dot 8 chord is 8 plus space bar. Modifier keystrokes are listed in
the following table.
After you create the modifier portion of the keystroke, release the
keys and press the remaining part of the keystroke. For
example, to perform the keystroke CTRL+SHIFT+V, you press
ING''+U+'+ING DOTS 3-7-8 CHORD, release the keys, and then press V (DOTS
table with 2 columns and 8 rows
Function Keys (F1 through F12) For more information, see the Function Keys description.
WINDOWS Key DOT 4
I am just at the early stage; it's a little daunting alright.
From: leliaStruve--- via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2015 7:21 AM
Subject: Questions about the focus blue 40 classic and jaws
Hello, I don't understand the documentation and I need to know how I do a control command on the braille display, for example how would I do a control oh to open something. I am using the freedom scientific reader and I want to control things from my braille display and not my computer. But I don't know how. Thanks in advance.
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