moderated Re: rotating screen (mine ended up sideways)
The built in camera somehow was shooting sideways as in I was sitting on the couch but, it made it look like everything was on its side. Sighted assistance fixed that problem. Apparently it gave the sighted participants a good laugh.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: October 17, 2021 9:18 PM
Subject: Re: rotating screen (mine ended up sideways)
Hi, David. Are you saying that in Zoom, your screen was sideways, or are you saying that the picture from your camera was sideways? If you are saying that the screen was sideways, you can click landscape or portrait if you are signed in with a free Zoom account. When you start Zoom, TAB three times, and it will say your name. Then,as you arrow up, it will say the following,
Buy a License
Of course, if you are already in portrait view, it will say
Switch to Landscape View
Well, when turning the video on in Zoom somehow the picture ended up sideways and JAWS was no help. At least with Barbera’s problem JAWS does read out “Landscape” or “Portrait”
Hi, Barbara. Before attempting to press ALT plus CONTROL plus Up Arrow, try pressing the "passthrough" command in JAWS, which is JAWS key plus three on the numbers row, not the NumPad. Then after pressing the passthrough command, then try ALT plus CONTROL plus Up Arrow, and see if your screen rotates right-side up.
Periodically I mistakenly hit some combination of keystrokes that turns my screen sideways (landscape). When I searched for keystroke to change it to portrait, what I got was alt-ctrl-arrow – but the problem is that is a JAWS command for tables and when I do it, JAWS keeps telling me that I am not in a table (which I obviously know.
Any suggestions? Having a sideways screen is a problem when I am on a Zoom and also when I ask someone to help me with something on my computer.