Re: How Can Sighted People Tell Where I Am At on a Screen in JAWS?

Marten Post Uiterweer


Look in the startmenu, all programs, Jaws if you have the option for
Braille viewer.
This will place an window on screen, where a sighted person can see,
what jaws is reading.

Regards, Marten

On Sat, 30 Jan 2016 16:51:27 +0200 Artur R├Ąpp <artur1248@...> wrote:


Sometimes I use command

route JAWS to PC (JAWS key+numpad minus).

If everything goes well then JAWS moves mouse cursor there where JAWS is


From: Richard B. McDonald [mailto:richardbmcdonald@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 30, 2016 4:48 PM
Subject: How Can Sighted People Tell Where I Am At on a Screen in JAWS?


From time to time, especially on the Internet, I will ask a sighted person
to look at something with me. They always say that although they can of
course hear what JAWS is reading, they cannot see where on the screen this
is. Sometimes, somehow perhaps related, JAWS might even be reading
something that is really not even visible on the screen; like scrolling is
not happening.

Is there some way or JAWS option to show exactly where on the screen JAWS
is? Ideally, this would be something readily visible so sighted people
could see where I am at on the screen. Additionally, ideally the screen
would scroll along with the application (like a webpage).



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