I understand that it appears that Dictation
Bridge for JAWS is a product, but it does not in fact work.
Lucy Greko, one of those who spearheaded the project,
confirmed this when I met year last year. The project ran out
of funding, and development was still necessary for the JAWS
version. I think some people can use it, experienced users,
but it is not for everybody as the project intended.
Hi. A free version of Dictation Bridge is
also available for JAWS.
Hartgen Consultancy has two
solutions for using JAWS with Dragon. J-Dictate is for people
who want to use Dragon for dictation into programs such as
Word, Outlook, etc., who are comfortable or able to use their
J-Say not only allows for voice dictation but it allows a
user to completely control their computer with all commands,
both for Windows as well as for JAWS. The programs from
Hartgen Consultancy are specific to JAWS whereas Dictation
Bridge has a separate addon for NVDA.
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019
On 6/23/2020 2:29 PM, Dean Martineau wrote:
> Your best bet is to buy Jay dictate to work with dragon
and jaws. > With NVDA, you would be able to use dictation
bridge, which is free. > > On Jun 23, 2020, at 1:09 PM,
Dani Pagador <pocketfulofspry@...>
> wrote: > > Hi, Everyone. I need to archive a book
and want to use Dragon > Naturally Speaking to do it. I'm
running JFW18 and Win10. Are there > scripts that work with
JFW and Dragon? Or resources I can access to > learn to use
the dictation feature of the program? > > Thanks, Dani
> > > > > >