Re: V 18 disapointment
Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
I have to defend 16, especially the OCR feature. Agreed some of the alleged improvements through the years haven’t amounted to much, but this is a winner. If u use Office 2013 or later, The ability to both create and edit PDF’s can be a real plus. I’ve told the story on this list of the old ham radio manual that came to me as an image file and really needed a cleanup. This combo can do the job. Also, don’t forget PDF’s in the work place.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Richard B. McDonald
Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2016 9:03 AM
Subject: Re: V 18 disapointment
I must add to this discussion that I am "still" on JAWS 13 and Windows 7. Frankly, I have seen nothing really worthwhile in any of the upgrades of either JAWS or Windows since these versions. Most of the so-called "improvements" in JAWS are nothing more than fixes of things that did not work correctly or the addition of things that should have been there all along; like the mouse announcement thing now (finally) in v. 18, as others have commented. What a racket indeed : (
I just got the official e-mail announcing Jaws 18. Disappointed! Doesn’t sound like there is anything improved or new that I will use. Won’t upgrade anytime soon!