Re: the touch cursor
You move with left and right arrows, up and down arrows change the element you move by similar to turning the rotor in iOS and then swiping.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Did you know that Jaws has built-in help topics?
Just press Jaws Key+J to bring up the Jaws menu, go to Help and expand it, go to Help Topics and press enter.
You can read the topic "About Jaws cursors" in the Introduction Book, if it's not open expand it with right arrow, then arrow to "About Jaws cursors", press enter on it and then F6 to jump into the reading screen where you can read the explanations.
For more details use F6 again to jump back to the table of content, find the "Using Jaws Book" and expand it, now go down to the "About Jaws Cursors Book", expand it and go to the "Using the Touch Cursor" topic.
Again press enter and then F6 and read the information.
If you haven't spend time in these Help Topics I highly recommend you look through all the books and topics, there is a ton of information there and often very good explanations about how certain features of Jaws work.
The only keystrokes you really need are the right arrow, down arrow, enter and F6.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jed Barton
Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2017 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: the touch cursor
yea i'm using win 10. What's the best way to move around with it once I activate the touch cursor?
On 11/23/17, Bill White <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Are you using Windows 10? If not, your touch cursor may not work reliably.