Re: JAWS Scripts - Are they interpreted or compiled?
huh? please explain, or point me to an explanation so I understand.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I got the part about compiling after writing a script, but are you
saying the .jsb file does not save to the folder from where the .jss is
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Subject: JAWS Scripts - Are they interpreted or compiled?
you have to compile the corresponding script for it to work.
Bear in mind that the resulting .jsb file will hold the compiled copy of
that particular script and is found in the JAWS user directory for the
version under which it was previously compiled.