I would have suggested creating an emacs-specific script that simply
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passes the keystroke on to the program, and then assigning the
keystroke in the key manager..
I think something like:
but it has been a long time since I've needed to do something like
this. I suggest this specifically because deleting a default keystroke
means it will no longer work in other programs (although alt+shift+up
is something I hardly ever use)
I believe you would also need to create a documentation file (.jsd)
which would be something like
Passes the Alt+Shift+Up key combination on to the program
On 5/7/17, Mohith BP <email@example.com> wrote:
Just adding to what Mike suggested.
You have to go to the Default as Alt+Shift +Up is a default keystroke.
Press Ctrl+Chift+D to go do default after you open Keyboard manager as
suggested by Mike.
In the list select "Mouse Up" you can type "mouse" quickly
or type m and use down-arrow.
I think in your case you may have to delete the alt+Shift+Up combination.
PS: You will not be able to use Mouse up command in your system. If
you have the necessity to use the command please change the keystroke
from the action menu instead of deleting it.
Thanks & Regards,
Mohith B. P.
On 5/8/17, Mike B. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Open the Jaws Manager by pressing, Jaws key + F2, now press the letter,
until you get to, & press enter on Keyboard Manager. You'll be in a list
applications, so use 1st letter navigation to get to the application /
program you want to work with.
Now, tab 1 time into a list of keystrokes for that application / program.
Use 1st letter navigation, or whatever works best to get you to the
keystroke you want to change / modify / remove.
With the keystroke highlighted, press the, Alt, key to open the menues,
right arrow to the, Action, menu.
Now down arrow through the options to choose which of these options will
best suit your needs, & press enter on it. You can now tab through to
what choices you have in dealing with this keystroke.
Sorry but, this is as far as I can take you. I truly hope this is what
you're looking for.
Sent from my iBarstool. Go Dodgers!
----- Original Message -----
From: Tony Malykh
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2017 7:21 PM
Subject: Re: Disabling a jaws keystroke for a particular app.
That would work if I had to press Alt+Shift+Up only once. In my case,
Alt+Shift+Up moves a certain piece of text up by one position in emacs
org mode. I need to press it repeatedly 5-10 times. Alternating
Insert+3 and Alt+Shift+Up for 5 times is doable, but not very
Thanks for the tip though.
On 5/6/17, Mario <email@example.com> wrote:
just an idea, have you tried pressing the bypass keystroke (insert+home
row 3) before issuing the alt+shift+up arrow? the bypass tells JAWS to
send the next keystroke to the application being used instead of
intercepting the keystroke.
-------- Original Message --------
From: Tony Malykh [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, May 6, 2017 6:38 PM EST
Subject: Disabling a jaws keystroke for a particular app.
I am trying to press Alt+Shift+Up arrow in emacs. However, at the same
time, this keystoke happens to trigger jaws command "Mouse up". I aM
not sure what does it do, but emacs never receives this keystroke,
because jaws acts on it instead.
Is there a way to disable a particular keystroke in jaws only for
specific application? In my case, I'd like to disable Alt+Shift+Up
arrow for Cygwin only. My emacs is running inside a Cygwin terminal.
Or if there is no way to disable it for specific application, how do I
disable or change a keystroke system-wide?