moderated Re: accurate item counts in file explorer windows
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I want to thank everyone for these helpful suggestions for getting an accurate file count in Windows Explorer.
It’s good to know there are options out there when the usual method doesn’t work.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Marty Hutchings
Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2019 8:05 PM
Subject: Re: accurate item counts in file explorer windows
You can get an accurate file count by Back Spacing out of your folder and hitting the Application key for the context menu and up arrow to Properties and hit Enter. You will need to use the JAWS Curser to read, but the number of items in the folder is there.
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Can someone tell me how to check the status line so as to get an accurate file count until this issue gets fixed?
I just can’t remember the key stroke for doing this.
I’m not sure there is a fix..maybe something to do with UIA or whatever it is, but I haven’t bothered to play with it.
I usually just check the status line if I really want to know how many items there are. I don’t believe this gives an inaccurate count and it’s independent of JAWS.
It seems to me there was a solution to this little problem, but I can’t remember it. JAWS 2019 in Windows 10 gives inaccurate counts of files. It will report that a given file is 1 of 25, when in fact there are many more than 25 files in the folder. I have changed the item type of the folder, to no avail. NVDA does this fine. The file is maximized. Is there a known fix?