Re: Is it normmal for Jaws Cursor Not to See Windows 10


I agree with you Steve. The funny thing is that it worked perfectly
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On 3/8/18, Steve Matzura <> wrote:
Right. Personally, I think it should be on Microsoft to fix this, as it
doesn't even work correctly in their own screenreader.

On 3/8/2018 12:00 PM, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:

That is just the way it is in Windows 10 for now.

FS is working on some stuff regarding this, but it’s in the early
stages and given the bi-annual release of a new major Windows update
who knows if it will amlount to anything.

*From:* <> *On Behalf Of *John
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*Sent:* Thursday, March 8, 2018 12:49 AM
*Subject:* Is it normmal for Jaws Cursor Not to See Windows 10

Ever since I installed Windows 10 my Jaws Cursor hasn’t been able to
review most dialogues and Windows in the Windows 10 operating system.
Many third-party apps work as usual. For instance, I wanted to check
Windows Anti-virus was turned on having received a very scarey message
that all Defender features were turned off when I rebooted. I couldn't
read anything at all in the Jaws cursor  Security  Settings. Same
thing  when I invoked the window to launch a full scan. This happens
in many but not all Windows 10 windows but I accepted it because
Windows 10 is relatively new and my friend has the same issue. But it
is so strange and inconvenient that I just have to check. Is this normal?


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