moderated Re: Research It Quit?
The first time you use Research It with Insert+spacebar then r, it will say that a feature needs to be installed. Hit yes to install.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Once tha tis done, when you press Insert+spacebar, then r, you will be in an edit field.
If you tab once, you will be in the list of sources available.
Arrow down to the one you want, and then shift+tab back and type your search term, or of course, type your search term, then tab into the list and pick the one you want.
Apparently, in the settings, you can set one of them as the primary, but I have not explored that.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Ashleigh Piccinino
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 12:09 AM
Subject: Re: Research It Quit?
I just tried This, and here’s what you need to do. According to JAWS speech history on "research it", You need to install something. However, the history doesn't say what Yet, after you install the program/application, "research it" should work as normal ... Mine does.
Hope this helps,
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