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My objective is to make Jaws restart seemlessly so that users are
not forced to deal with keystrokes. Some of my cleints get nervous
and lose self-trust when its time to shutdown jaws and restart it
Since this process is used when installing Jaws (automatically
restart when install is complete), i thought there was a command
line that could do the job.
Le 28/06/2019 à 14:05, Dean Martineau a
Why not use the Keyboard Manager and assign a new hotkey to
the ShutDownJAWS script? We go through this sort of thing
in the forthcoming windows Keyboard Power User Guide book.
You could add a keystroke like, perhaps, shift+ctrl+z, or
some other keystroke that you can remember, that doesn’t use
a JAWSKey, and that isn’t used by other programs you’re
using, so that you can use it to do what we do with
thank you. However my initial was about Jaws restart, not
Nevertheless this would be helpful in other circumstances.
Le 28/06/2019 à 13:36, Peter Tesar a
have this DOS command in my desktop shortcut.
C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe -s -f -t 00
is for shutdown, -r is for reboot
-f is for force (It doesn't work as well as it did in Win7
-t is the time to wait -- 0 mili seconds
command shutdown.exe might work without the path.
could move the shutdown.exe file to your root directory.
On 6/28/2019 4:53 AM, Tanguy LOHEAC
Do you know any command line that can force jaws to
This is because i'm using a program on my laptop that
disables the Jaws key. And th only way to restore it is to
restart Jaws. But i wish i could write a batch file that
would make it automatically after this program has been
thank you for any suggestions
Have a nice day