If they have to be concecutive and you know that there isn't anything elsetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
you have to do inbetween, why don't you unload and reload Jaws once you're
done exicuting the two commands? I know that there's also the silence Jaws
layerd keystroke command, but I don't know if doing that instead would also
enable you to bypass the Jaws stuff or if it's really just to shut Jaws up.
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Sent: Monday, February 27, 2012 5:03 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: bypass
I want to pass 2 keystrokes, which need to be delivered in rapid succession
To activate a feature in a programme, I need to press ctrl twice quickly.
Obviously, jaws interprets ctrl as silence.
However, I'm concerned that pressing ins + 3 after the first ctrl has been
passed through will prevent the prog from recognizing the command.
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