Re: What is script utility mode"?
"The JAWS® screen reader provides you with a powerful utility to quickly analyze an unknown application. This feature is called the Script Utility Mode.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
When the Script Utility Mode is activated, the keyboard is placed in a shifted state. This utility gives you access to system level window information that you can use when scripting an unknown application. You can determine parent-child relationships, windows identifiers, and retrieve information about Microsoft® Active Accessibility® (MSAA®) objects."
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From: Ann Byrne [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, Jul 10, 2016 9:39 AM EST
Subject: What is script utility mode"?
Pressing insert+Windows+JAWSCursor puts you into script utility mode.
When I move the arrow keys, it just says 'more characters, some
characters", "Most Characters", ... and doesn't seem to do anything.
What is it's purpose in life and how does a person make use of it.
I am trying to find a way to automatically RE-INITIALIZE THE SCRIPTS FOR
Eudora after I delete an item from a mailbox (listview). Currently JAWS
17 reads the graphics till I delete an item, and then it stops. So I
press insert+control+escape to re-initialize the scripts and it reads
graphics till I delete something else. Would scripts utility mode give
me a way to tell JAWS to continue reading the graphics even after I
delete an item from the mailbox????