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Leo, thanks so much for this tip as I also didn't know that this
particular key opens the skim reading dialog. Once you have your
rule set you can also press control-insert-down arrow to immediately
begin skim reading. When Eric Damery first demonstrated the feature
he had a great way to memorize the hotkey as he said to think of it
as a controlled say all.
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019
On 11/27/2020 6:08 AM, Leo wrote:
hi, great topic, there are probably dozens of commands that are
very useful, but we do not use them because we don't know them.
Just right off the bat, I would put on the table the command for
skim reading document, it is mostly useful for long documents.
The command is as follows:
jaws key plus control plus shift plus down arrow
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On 11/26/2020 6:59 PM, Mark wrote:
Just today I
learned that if you turn JAWS help mode on with JAWS + 1 and
then double tap a key command, you get a slightly different help
description than if you press a key onces. I had no idea about
it. Do you have any favourite but not well known JAWS commands?
or commands that took you a long time to discover?