moderated Re: Is some script set besides "Symphony" better to use with Libre Office?
JAWS is based almost entirely on its scripts. If you don't get any extratoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
ones from the internet or elsewhere, you are just using ones that come witht
eh software -- there are many, pretty much all the applications that are
listed in the help topics for jaws have got a script set, and since that
application help is not updated too often, they have probably added more
recently, too that I'm not aware of.
Third-party scripts are just that, third-party scripts, based on the same
The Symphony scripts are a part of the JFW software. I don't know if anyone
has created third-party scripts...if not, then that is probably the best you
will get. That doesn't mean the scripts haven't been updated since the days
of Symphony (a really long time ago); just that Symphony is a generic
catch-all term now for everything under the Open Office model/umbrella.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Mario
Sent: February 22, 2021 03:25 PM
Subject: Re: Is some script set besides "Symphony" better to use with Libre
where can the scripts be gotten from, I thought scripts for JAWS weren't
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From: Richard B. McDonald [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Date: Monday, February 22, 2021, 2:42 PM
Subject: Is some script set besides "Symphony" better to use with Libre
I am using JAWS 2020, Windows 10 and Libre Office 7.1 (LO). Natively, JAWS
points to the “Symphony” application for the script set it uses for LO.
Given the many years that have lapsed since Symphony was active and the
commensurate progression of LO, is there a better application script set for
to point to; maybe even just “Default?” if so, how do you go about making