Re: configuring Outlook 2016 with an Outlook.com account
Probably not, because the issue is one of focus and navigation, nottoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
labeling. Thus, even if Convenient OCR detects and accurately recognizes the
contents of the inaccessible dialogue box, that still won't solve the
problem of focusing JAWS on the controls. Has anyone experimented with the
touch cursor to see if that would do the trick. In several modern apps, I
was able to get JAWS to detect controls with the touch cursor that neither
the PC cursor nor the JAWS cursor recognized.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Paul
Sent: Saturday, February 24, 2018 1:03 PM
Subject: Re: configuring Outlook 2016 with an Outlook.com account
Can convenient OCR help in this instance?
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On Feb 24, 2018, at 11:40 AM, "firstname.lastname@example.org"<email@example.com> wrote:
accounts, such as most work and school accounts. We should report the issue
to both FreedomScientific and Microsoft.
that pops up (that appears in Windows, not Outlook) that asks for your
account address and password that is not detected or accessible with either
JAWS, NVDA or Narrator.
default profile to establish a connection and retrieve your email.
activate the yes buttons for the first two dialog and type in your name,account address, password, and again to confirm the password is correct, and
finally activate the next button. once the mysterious window asking for your
address, password and activating the next/OK button is accessed and
completed, Outlook 2016 will connect with the account.
operated in Windows 10. I'm not sure if this also occurs in Windows 7
2016 (and possibly 2013) you will need sighted assistance. grrr.