Re: what did I do by accident?
Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
Pressing, Shift + NumPad Plus / PC cursor key, turns on the Touch cursor. Pressing, NumPad Plus / PC cursor twice quickly turns it off, & takes you back to the PC cursor.
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Sent: Monday, December 04, 2017 12:51 PM
Subject: what did I do by accident?
Last night I was playing around with JAWS, still trying to learn it. I must have turned on something, but I am not sure what it is or how I accidentally turned it on. I finally figured out a way to shut off JAWS and load Window Eyes to try to clear it, and turning JAWS back on today does seem to have removed whatever I had done. Here are the symptoms:
1) On the desktop, I could see well enough to tell that I had focus on an icon, but hitting Enter and tapping the icon did not engage it. My keyboard shortcuts to launch programs also did not work.
2) I was in a Word 2010 document and inserted a small table to organize some information. After creating a couple rows and typing the information, I could add a row by tabbing. However, when I went to arrow up using the dedicated arrow keys, it would not work. It seemed to have focus in a different place altogether., although I cannot recall whet JAWS was saying.
3) I think I heard JAWS say “Touch Cursor”.
Are these all symptoms of the same issue? Did I inadvertently enable the Touch Cursor? If so, how did I do it and what should I have done to turn it off?
Robin Van Lant
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