moderated Re: A powerful JAWS flaw I have found

Steve Matzura

Interesting that my version of this file has two entries--ONLY two. Yet dozens of programs load scripts, like the very program I'm using to write this message--namely, Thunderbird. Where is the information for loading scripts and configurations for all these other programs kept?

On 5/8/2020 12:20 PM, Nermin via wrote:
one place to look for files and associated scripts is a file called ConfigNames.ini, found in your users and then the JAWS directory, un to the one you want, settings\ and the corresponding language code, enu for English US, esp for spanish, and so forth.
You can find out what programme is being loaded using the command INSERT+q. CONTROL+INSERT+V will also tell you the exact programme version for a given window if needed. Pressing the commands twice quickly will virtualise the window for reviewing it later.
One such example from the ini file looks like this:
he first part is the name of the software, and the second part is the script to be loaded if that executable is running.
In the example, both TeamTalk 4 and 5 would be using the same set of scripts.
Hope that helps.

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