moderated Re: JAWS and Amazon Music Library
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I called them yesterday, and the person I talked to was clearly never trained to help a blind person,he kept trying to give me directions as if I could see the screen, even though I told him thet I was blind several times.
Good luck, and if you figure out how to access your music library, please post the instructions.
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There are none so blind, as those who will not see.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Shirley Tracy
Sent: Thursday, November 12, 2020 00:57
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Subject: Re: JAWS and Amazon Music Library
Rick, Have you called the Amazon disability hotline? They might be able to help.
amazon disability number: 1-888-283-1678
Downloading music from Amazon used to be real easy—I’d just go to my music library, find the song I had bought, and then there would be a link to download it. Now that has all changed. After I buy a track I cannot get to my music library, and there is no link to directly download. Have any of you out there been able to solve this problem?