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Wow thanks so much! This is exactly what I've been trying to do, I
can't believe I never even thought to just do it in notepad (this is
coming from someone who's modified scripts and such before). I guess I
just assumed those files weren't supposed to be readable that way at
all. Also now I think about it, I think someone offered the suggestion
to leave the keys unassigned the other day in my other thread and I
just completely forgot until you brought it up.
Oh god... another me? 😂
On 12/14/21, James Malone <malone_j@...> wrote:
Okay! Who has stolen my name on this list? Just joking!
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of James Malone
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2021 7:44 AM
Subject: Re: Creating a Jaws Keyboard Manager file for specific apps
I've tried that, but all I see are a bunch of preset applications that come
with Jaws, I guess? I thought I was supposed to be able to see all open
applications in that list as well? Because I definitely don't and this is
where I'm confused.
On 12/14/21, Mario <mrb620@...> wrote:
open the keyboard manager and press control+n.
-------- Original Message --------
From: James Malone [mailto:james.malone93502@...]
Subject: Creating a Jaws Keyboard Manager file for specific apps
Date: Monday, December 13, 2021, 8:10 AM
I've been wanting to create custom keyboard manager files for specific
applications, but can't figure out how to do it? In years past, I seem
to recall being able to run keyboard manager from the insert plus f2
menu and then going new keymap and selecting a custom app from there.
I could be totally wrong, but I see no way to create a new keymap file
for a given application outside what is in the new keymap list.
How am I best to go about doing this? I'm sure I'm just missing
something seriously obvious somewhere, this is my first time using
Jaws in probably 12/13 years