moderated Re: Creating custom help for applications that have none.
Ok Yes, Steve!
I will use the scrippting list.
I got my Html file created and add it to the default Scripts folder for Jaws.
I have my Script Manager - [iTunes.JSS] open.
What do I need to do from this point?
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Sent: Friday, April 6, 2018 1:37 PM
Subject: Re: Creating custom help for applications that have none.
Without getting deeply into it, as this is truly more a subject for the JAWS scripts list, you have to do two things. First, you have to modify the JAWS script to direct the double-JAWS-Key-plus-F1 key press to open either a Web page or Windows help file. Second, you have to think about what that auxiliary help file will provide, and if you want the help to link the keystrokes to their corresponding JAWS actions, there's HTML code you will have to write, or use some other help preparation system to encode those links.
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