Re: Severe JAWS stuttering
Mike B. <mike9902@...>
I had a stuttering problem with Windows 10 & Jaws and below is how I fixed it. I don't think this is your and the others' problem, but it'll only take a minute to check it out.
How I fixed it:
1. Go to the control panel, & press enter on, Ease of Access Center.
2. Tab to, Make the computer easier to see, link & press enter.
3. Tab to, Set the thickness of the blinking cursor combobox, It was at 3, but I changed it to 1, & this solved the stuttering problem.
Take care. Mike. Go Dodgers!
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----- Original Message -----
From: Laura Richardson
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 4:28 PM
Subject: Re: Severe JAWS stuttering
I don’t have a brail display ……
Do you have a Braille display? If so, try disconnecting it and run for a while. I’m keep track of this.
I’m having the same issues on a Dell laptop with Windows 10 and Jaws 18. Please let me know if you find out what the issue is …… Windows 10 or Jaws.
Sorry for the cross post. I’ve not seen any one on either list state this as an issue, however, there are two of us here that are having the same problem. The JAWS stutter gets so bad that you can’t complete any task. The speech will get so bad that you think that JAWS has just crashed. It also obviously affects scanning messages, documents and even just reading items off of your desktop.
Both of us also have Lenovo laptops and I’m not ruling that out either. The interesting thing is that I disconnected my Braille display and it has gotten much better, however, that’s not the kind of fix I want. I’m really interested in any feedback I can get to resolve this. We are moth using the latest JaWS2018, but I’ve seen this happening for a while and just thought it was my Laptop. We are using Windows10 and we both tried different versions of JAWS going back to JAWS16 and till have this problem.