moderated Re: Outlook theme with office 365.
Van Lant, Robin
I don’t think theme is impacting it. I have had mine set to Colorful and just changed it to Dark gray and don’t’ find a JAWS performance difference. Not sure why you are dealing with that issue. I’ll keep watching for a similar issue.
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The reason that I was asking about the themes options for outlook with office 365, was because I’m noticing the following issue. It seems that when I’m reading a message that I’ve opened that is in my inbox, is that it will only read a few lines of the message, and then stop reading the rest of the message. This happens even when I press the Jaws key down arrow for continuous reading
I don’t think it matters, unless you have vision. It’s something with the color scheme of the menus and impacts the theme across all of your office products. I played with it a bit when we first went to Office 365 at work, but can only find that it changes the colors and doesn’t do anything for me, since I use a high contrast Windows theme. I’m surprised they even offer it, given that Windows has color themes.
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Could someone that uses outlook with office 365, please Tell me what is the best screen theme too set my outlook to? When I checked it yesterday, it was set on cloud, and then I checked again this morning, it was set to colorful.
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