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Ok, your directions were good till #3;
When I hit enter on "serf's up" it downloaded something called jaws17
training.exe or something like that.
Then my comp asked me if I wanted to allow the program to change my
I said "no" because the file was named "jaws17.exe" or whatever,
I said "no" because I have jaws2019.
Should I allow it to install?
When I hit the "serf's up" link I expected it to take me to another page
where the table link would be located;
Instead it downloaded that file I referred too, and so I stopped because of
the difference in version numbers.
Should I go ahead and install that "jaws17.exe" file?
Or what should I do instead.
Thank you for your instructions already, just wonder what I should do after
the serf's up link?
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Saturday, December 8, 2018 5:15 PM
Subject: Re: setting column and row titles for tables on webpages
It's a bit complex, but the JAWS training materials explain in detail what
On the JAWS screen
1. Press alt+h (help), then t (training).
2. Arrow to 'Surf's up" and enter on that.
3. Tab to the link on tables.
At 03:51 PM 12/8/2018, you wrote:
This question is kind of parallel to jaws/excel's function of setting
row and column titles within webpage titles.
In excel, we are able to tell jaws that a certain row contains the
column headers it should read, as we move across from column to column
within a given row.
I would like to be able to define a certain row for column headers on a
Let me set up an example:
Using marketwatch.com, whilst looking at company option chains, They
appear as tables.
How to duplicate my example:
Go to marketwatch.com,
For this example, put in the ticker symbol "siri" for Sirius xm in the
"symbol lookup" edit box, and hit enter.
At that point, a list box will appear just under the search button
which will list what it found for that ticker symbol, In this example,
you will see a listing for "Sirius xm".
Hit enter on that entry, and it then creates a generic watchlist with
"siri" as one of its entries.
If this is your first time entering a ticker, it will be the only entry
in your watch list; The entry will appear as a link.
Then hit enter on the link in the watchlist for Sirius xm which is
listed as "link siri".
When you do this another page will open with specs particular to "siri".
It will have things like its last open and its last close, and lots of
On this page, do a jaws search for the word "options".
It will put you on a link that says "options".
Hit enter on this link, and you will be brought to another page which
shows the available options that can be traded for this company.
This page will say something like "options chain for Sirius xm".
When you do a "t" with virtual cursor on, you will be put into a table.
This table lists the available options for "siri".
Construct of the table itself:
The dimensions of the table might be something like "table with xxx
rows and 15 columns";
The top row of the table consists of three big headers which spread
across 15 columns.
These headers are "calls" then the middle portion is blank, and the
right hand side is "puts".
(I will not discuss what these mean here, too complicated for my question).
The second row of the table has something like:
Options for Sirius xm expires on Dec 21 2018.
This will spread across all 15 columns.
The third row, the one I want to define looks something like this:
The first 7 columns say: quote, last, chg, vol, bid, ask, and open int;
The 8th colum has strike, And the remaining 7 columns have the same
headers as the first 7.
So, what I am looking to do is,
I wish to tell jaws that I want him to use the third row of the table
for his headings, not the first row, which only consists of three large
headings which spread across all 15 colums.
Is this possible?
I apologize for the lengthy question, but I wish to allow any of you
who feel adventurous, to duplicate what I am trying to do.
I don't think it would be fair to ask a question and not have a way to
put you in my situation.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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