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Re: Usb Tv Tuner, SnapStream Beyond Tv, and JAWS scripts for Carbonite for Windows 7

Brent Harding
 

I used to use it years ago with an analog card built into the video card of my desktop. The only way one could do much with it was from the web interface, but you could log into snapstream.net and schedule anything you want recorded, and retrieve the files in the my documents\my videos folder. I never figured out how to get the audio description recorded, if there was even any to be had back then.

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To: <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, August 11, 2014 10:16 AM
Subject: Usb Tv Tuner, SnapStream Beyond Tv,and JAWS scripts for Carbonite for Windows 7


My name is Jamie. Several months ago I had enquired about usb tv tuners on
this list. I'm still interested in usb tv tuners, and thought I would ask
again to see if anyone had any other suggestions. I have a Gateway laptop,
running Windows 7 Home Edition, with JAWS 14. I don't have cable, and am
wanting to hook my antenna up to my computer to watch and record local
programming. Does anyone have any suggestions? I was looking at a Diamond
TVW750USB tuner, but it has its own software, and figured it probably
wouldn't be accessible. It would be nice to find something that would work
with Windows Media Center. I spoke with someone today and they suggested
SnapStream Beyond Tv. Does anyone know anything about that, and what tv
tuners work best with that service?



My final question has to do with Carbonite. Does anyone know where I can
get JAWS scripts for Carbonite for Windows 7. Thanks in advance for any
suggestions you may have regarding my questions.



Regards:



Jamie



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Re: FS display driver error message

George B
 

Maybe you should tell us what version of windows you are trying to install
to, please.

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via Jfw
Sent: Monday, August 11, 2014 10:49
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: FS display driver error message

Hi folks! I have installed JAWs on a client's new computer, and I'm getting
an error message that says that the the Freedom Scientific display driver is
not properly installed. I've run a repair, and updated Windows, to make
sure all of the drivers are current. What can I do to resolve this issue?
Do I need to rerun the repair?







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FS display driver error message

Michael Mote
 

Hi folks! I have installed JAWs on a client's new computer, and I'm getting
an error message that says that the the Freedom Scientific display driver is
not properly installed. I've run a repair, and updated Windows, to make
sure all of the drivers are current. What can I do to resolve this issue?
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Re: Usb Tv Tuner, SnapStream Beyond Tv, and JAWS scripts for Carbonite for Windows 7

Jimmy Jones
 

Its been awhile, but I think the last USB tuner I used was made by a company
named McIntosh? The accompanying software was accessible with JAWS. I will
check on the name because I'm not sure of it.

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via Jfw
Sent: Monday, August 11, 2014 11:16 AM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Usb Tv Tuner, SnapStream Beyond Tv, and JAWS scripts for Carbonite
for Windows 7

My name is Jamie. Several months ago I had enquired about usb tv tuners on
this list. I'm still interested in usb tv tuners, and thought I would ask
again to see if anyone had any other suggestions. I have a Gateway laptop,
running Windows 7 Home Edition, with JAWS 14. I don't have cable, and am
wanting to hook my antenna up to my computer to watch and record local
programming. Does anyone have any suggestions? I was looking at a Diamond
TVW750USB tuner, but it has its own software, and figured it probably
wouldn't be accessible. It would be nice to find something that would work
with Windows Media Center. I spoke with someone today and they suggested
SnapStream Beyond Tv. Does anyone know anything about that, and what tv
tuners work best with that service?



My final question has to do with Carbonite. Does anyone know where I can
get JAWS scripts for Carbonite for Windows 7. Thanks in advance for any
suggestions you may have regarding my questions.



Regards:



Jamie



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Usb Tv Tuner, SnapStream Beyond Tv, and JAWS scripts for Carbonite for Windows 7

Jamie Davis <jdmusicman1971@...>
 

My name is Jamie. Several months ago I had enquired about usb tv tuners on
this list. I'm still interested in usb tv tuners, and thought I would ask
again to see if anyone had any other suggestions. I have a Gateway laptop,
running Windows 7 Home Edition, with JAWS 14. I don't have cable, and am
wanting to hook my antenna up to my computer to watch and record local
programming. Does anyone have any suggestions? I was looking at a Diamond
TVW750USB tuner, but it has its own software, and figured it probably
wouldn't be accessible. It would be nice to find something that would work
with Windows Media Center. I spoke with someone today and they suggested
SnapStream Beyond Tv. Does anyone know anything about that, and what tv
tuners work best with that service?



My final question has to do with Carbonite. Does anyone know where I can
get JAWS scripts for Carbonite for Windows 7. Thanks in advance for any
suggestions you may have regarding my questions.



Regards:



Jamie



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Twitter & Face Book

Steve & Shannon Cook <cookcafe@...>
 

Hi All,

Using JAWS 15, IE 11 on a Windows 7 computer. Does anyone know how to set
up Twitter to post your tweets to Face Book when you post them to Twitter?
Thanks in advance!

Steve


Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

Michael Mote
 

David, just wondering what site you are talking about? I'd be glad to help
you. Just need some more information.

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Hardingham via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2014 6:49 PM
To: dennis; Tim Ford; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

Hi,

I am interested in the NFL and college games but I cannot seem able to sign
up.

The site has a lot of unlabeled edit boxes what using jaws 14 I cannot read.

Can you help?

David Hardingham
-----Original Message-----
From: dennis via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2014 8:29 AM
To: Tim Ford ; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

the best one i have found lately is www.tunein.com. i'm using latest jaws,
internet explorer and windows 7 64.
On 8/9/2014 8:08 PM, Tim Ford via Jfw wrote:
Hi List,

I drive myself nuts trying to find live radio broadcasts of college
and NFL football games. Does anyone know of a simple site where I can
just go and click on the broadcast? I do not mind paying a subscription.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

Michael Mote
 

Tim, for the college football broadcasts that you're looking for, there are
a few ways to go about finding streams. If you use a mobile device, you may
want to try the All Football App from Red Ripe Media. It was excellent last
year. Tune-in is a good option as well. If you're just wanting to use your
computer, you can use ulive from cbssports.com. Ulive is a paid service, or
should I say, most of the teams on there you have to pay for. It works Ok,
but some of the streams sound like they are using a phone connection. A lot
of teams use this service though.

For the NFL, if you're using the computer to access live streams, you would
want to go to
http://www.nfl.com/audiopass, and subscribe to that for $39.95 for the whole
season. This gives you access to both home and away broadcasts. The
streams sound awesome. It's very user friendly if you're running JAWS.
Good luck!

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Jfw
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2014 8:08 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

Hi List,

I drive myself nuts trying to find live radio broadcasts of college and NFL
football games. Does anyone know of a simple site where I can just go and
click on the broadcast? I do not mind paying a subscription.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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Re: Is There an Easy Way to use the Page Number Gallery in Word 2010?

Tom macha <toml614@...>
 

You have to escape out of that ribben in order to retern to your print document.
On 8/11/2014 1:17 AM, Rick Miller via Jfw wrote:
Dear Listers:


In Word 2010 if you want to insert page numbers, you do so using a page
number gallery. After going to the Insert tab and selecting Page Numbers, I
have a terrible time using it with JAWS. After making the insertion, I
cannot return to my print document. Does anybody know if there is a good
way to do it?


Rick Miller


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Is There an Easy Way to use the Page Number Gallery in Word 2010?

Rick Miller
 

Dear Listers:



In Word 2010 if you want to insert page numbers, you do so using a page
number gallery. After going to the Insert tab and selecting Page Numbers, I
have a terrible time using it with JAWS. After making the insertion, I
cannot return to my print document. Does anybody know if there is a good
way to do it?



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Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

Michael Mote
 

Tune-in is a good option. For NFL games, you can visit
http://www.nfl.com/audiopass ang sign up for the season pass which costs 39.95 for the season. The sight works very well with JAWS on the computer.


Sent from my iPhone

On Aug 10, 2014, at 6:49 PM, David Hardingham via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Hi,

I am interested in the NFL and college games but I cannot seem able to sign up.

The site has a lot of unlabeled edit boxes what using jaws 14 I cannot read.

Can you help?

David Hardingham
-----Original Message----- From: dennis via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2014 8:29 AM
To: Tim Ford ; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

the best one i have found lately is www.tunein.com. i'm using latest
jaws, internet explorer and windows 7 64.
On 8/9/2014 8:08 PM, Tim Ford via Jfw wrote:
Hi List,

I drive myself nuts trying to find live radio broadcasts of college and NFL football games. Does anyone know of a simple site where I can just go and click on the broadcast? I do not mind paying a subscription.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

David Hardingham
 

Hi,

I am interested in the NFL and college games but I cannot seem able to sign up.

The site has a lot of unlabeled edit boxes what using jaws 14 I cannot read.

Can you help?

David Hardingham

-----Original Message-----
From: dennis via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2014 8:29 AM
To: Tim Ford ; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

the best one i have found lately is www.tunein.com. i'm using latest
jaws, internet explorer and windows 7 64.
On 8/9/2014 8:08 PM, Tim Ford via Jfw wrote:
Hi List,

I drive myself nuts trying to find live radio broadcasts of college and NFL football games. Does anyone know of a simple site where I can just go and click on the broadcast? I do not mind paying a subscription.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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Re: Project management software with JAWS.

MINH-TUYET SNOW JONES <tranthiminhtuyet@...>
 

I've just through an MBA PRoject Management class and had a change to
try MS project 2010. However, it didn't work with Jaws as we thought.
Therefore, I had to use excel for my projects and scheduling and so
on. It was a painful experience for me.
As far as I know, (I have discussed with both MS people and Jaws
people) there is no project software (after MS Project 2000) can work
well with Jaws. Hope this news doesn't discourage you.
Warm regards.
Snow

On 8/9/14, Dave Farfar Carlson via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
MS-Project does work, but not all the features are accessible. It's not
possible for example to look at the final Gantt chart, but with work, you
can set up tasks, show linkages, assign subjugation, etc. The screen to do
all this is much like a spreadsheet layout.

Dave Carlson
Happy to be an Oregonian, pioneer, landlord, Farfar, musician, and
woodworker

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list.'" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2014 02:59 PM
Subject: RE: Project management software with JAWS.


MS Project 2010 reportedly works well with JAWS.

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Hi folks! I'm looking to find a project management tool that works well
with JAWS. Does anyone out there have any good recommendations that they
can send my way? Many thanks!





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Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

doug slotten
 

Serious XM has all NFL games and many college gqames live.
Doug


Re: College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

dennis
 

the best one i have found lately is www.tunein.com. i'm using latest jaws, internet explorer and windows 7 64.

On 8/9/2014 8:08 PM, Tim Ford via Jfw wrote:
Hi List,

I drive myself nuts trying to find live radio broadcasts of college and NFL football games. Does anyone know of a simple site where I can just go and click on the broadcast? I do not mind paying a subscription.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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College and NFL radio broadcasts that are JAWS friendly

Tim Ford
 

Hi List,

I drive myself nuts trying to find live radio broadcasts of college and NFL football games. Does anyone know of a simple site where I can just go and click on the broadcast? I do not mind paying a subscription.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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Re: Project management software with JAWS.

Dave...
 

MS-Project does work, but not all the features are accessible. It's not
possible for example to look at the final Gantt chart, but with work, you
can set up tasks, show linkages, assign subjugation, etc. The screen to do
all this is much like a spreadsheet layout.

Dave Carlson
Happy to be an Oregonian, pioneer, landlord, Farfar, musician, and
woodworker

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To: "'Michael Mote'" <miketmote73@gmail.com>; "'The Jaws for Windows support
list.'" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2014 02:59 PM
Subject: RE: Project management software with JAWS.


MS Project 2010 reportedly works well with JAWS.

-----Original Message-----
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via Jfw
Sent: Friday, August 08, 2014 7:49 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: Project management software with JAWS.

Hi folks! I'm looking to find a project management tool that works well
with JAWS. Does anyone out there have any good recommendations that they
can send my way? Many thanks!





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Re: Project management software with JAWS.

Richard B. McDonald
 

MS Project 2010 reportedly works well with JAWS.

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via Jfw
Sent: Friday, August 08, 2014 7:49 AM
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Re: Issue with Jaws and unread count of messages in Outlook 2010 and Office 365

Adrian Spratt
 

I've had these problems for a long time, using JAWS 14/15, win7, Outlook 2010. I have two workarounds that help on my system.

First, you can create an "unread" folder in Outlook. I'm sorry, I don't remember how I did this, but Google will show the way. For whatever reason, JAWS always gives me the number of messages in this folder.

I realize it defeats the purpose of having six inboxes (I have four), but when I need to know how many new messages I have so that I can deal with them quickly, this more or less does the job.

Second, I find that JAWS states the number of messages in a folder when you arrow down to that folder's name in the folder list. So I'll get to the folder in the usual way, say with first letter navigation, then arrow up a couple of times, then arrow back down to the name I want. Cumbersome to explain, but quickly done in practice.

I realize how ridiculous these workarounds must seem, but the real ridiculousness is that they're necessary. I long ago gave up encouraging FS to fix these message-count flaws in Outlook.

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Sent: Friday, August 08, 2014 4:23 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: Issue with Jaws and unread count of messages in Outlook 2010 and Office 365

Hello list,



Yesterday I finally got around to linking my Office 365 account to my Office
2010 on my Windows 7 laptop.

The process was easy enough and I was able to add my exchange accounts to
Outlook 2010. Now however, I am finding that Jaws no longer reads the number
of unread messages when bringing up the Go to Folder dialog box with the
control+y command.

The only reason I even use the control+y command is that with the JFW 15
release, Jaws was no longer announcing the unread count in the navigation
treeview. The control+y keystroke wasn't an ideal solution, but it worked.



I'm guessing this new problem has to do with what I did yesterday, but don't
know what it possibly could be. Sometimes, if I know there's an unread
message, I'll go to that inbox (I have 6 different accounts configured) then
bring up the dialog with the ctl+y and Jaws will indeed say the number of
unread items. But, if I cycle through the other inboxes or folders for that
matter that also have unread items, Jaws may speak the information once, but
after going through all inboxes that one time, no more. Not even the inbox
with the unread messages I started at.



The status bar (insert+pg down) doesn't read the number of messages in the
highlighted folder anymore either.



I need access to the additional exchange accounts for my business and the
Outlook web appis a nightmare with Jaws. So just getting rid of the exchange
accounts isn't really an option.



I didn right FS about this earlier today, but as it's the weekend, I'm not
really expecting to hear back from them until at least the beginning of next
week.



Any ideas?



Thanks,

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JAWS doesn't read the first static text in WPF dialog?

Xiaogang(Michael) Zhu <zhuxg2000us@...>
 

On Windows, JAWS will read out the first static text (normally a block of description text) in MFC/Win32 dialog automatically. We are converting MFC/Win32 dialogs to WPF/C#. But it looks like JAWS doesn't automatically read the first description text in WPF/C# dialog anymore.

Does anyone have any idea about this problem? Any work-around for this?

Thanks,

-Michael
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