Christopher Bartlett <themusicalbrewer@...>
I understand not wanting to add another layer of program running in the
background, but in reality, a jaws script is in fact another program running
in the background, intercepting and interpreting input, modifying output
etc. If you run HotSpotClicker, which is a set of Jaws scripts, you are in
fact altering the way you interact with whatever program you're using HSC
with. This is no different than AutoHotKeys or its ilk. I think there is a
distinction without a difference here.