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Re: address book windows live mail

Dave...
 

See if Ctrl+Shift+C does it.

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

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Subject: address book windows live mail


hi all

how do you get to the address book in windows live mail. I have windows 7
and jaws 12.

thanks in advance Joe
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hi all

how do you get to the address book in windows live mail. I have windows 7 and jaws 12.

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Re: sskype has stopped working

Jacob
 

Same problem started here after receiving the latest Windows updates. So to start Skype now I highlight the shortcut to Skype then unload JAWS and after that I press Enter on the Skype shortcut. When Skype is loaded I restart JAWS and it works. Not a good solution but guess I have to do so until next Skype or Windows updates.

OZ0TE Jacob

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Hello:

Every time I log into skype it says skype has stopped working and windows
will search for a solution or something to that affect.

If memory serves, I installed an update which caused that issue; however, my
memory fails me to which update that would be. Any possible resolution?





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Re: sskype has stopped working

Doris and Chris
 

As of the beginning of August, older skype versions do not work anymore. Have you tried going to the skype homepage and downloading the latest version, which is 6.2?

The latest jaws comes with native scripts for skype or you can use Mr. Doug Lee's scripts.

hth

Doris

At 12:22 PM 9/17/2014, you wrote:
Hello:

Every time I log into skype it says skype has stopped working and windows
will search for a solution or something to that affect.

If memory serves, I installed an update which caused that issue; however, my
memory fails me to which update that would be. Any possible resolution?





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sskype has stopped working

Kimsan <kimsansong@...>
 

Hello:

Every time I log into skype it says skype has stopped working and windows
will search for a solution or something to that affect.

If memory serves, I installed an update which caused that issue; however, my
memory fails me to which update that would be. Any possible resolution?





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Re: test

Christopher Hallsworth <challsworth2@...>
 

Yes this list is up and running.

Christopher Hallsworth
Student at the Hadley School for the Blind
www.hadley.edu

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Re: test

Andre Jarreau <andre.jarreau@...>
 

I think it's up and running. Have been receiving spuratic emails from the
list most of the day.
Andre

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Re: Quicken 2014

Louise Johnson <herclouise@...>
 

Hi John how is Quicken 2014 coming along I know you said it may not be ready
for a while but is JAWS 16 going to make this easier to make the scrip's for
it. I do understand that you are very busy but I just would like to be able
to use it for everyday use. .

I do know that you said that it is hard to make the scrip's for it and I do
thank you for all your hard work but can you please let us know when it will
be ready for us to use.

Louise

-----Original Message-----
From: John Martyn [mailto:johnrobertmartyn@gmail.com]
Sent: July 2, 2014 12:27 PM
To: Louise Johnson; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Quicken 2014

I am working on this. We are going live with quickbooks today or tomorrow.
Quicken is a tall order and might not be accessible until next year.
HTH
John Martyn
On 6/26/2014 5:38 PM, Louise Johnson via Jfw wrote:
Hi I am writing because I remember back a while ago there was talk
about Quicken being more accessible.

John have you been able to get Quicken 2014 to work with Jaws 15 yet.

Thanks for all of the work you have done and I am just interested so
I know if it will work and can I use it for a daily budget and monthly
budget.

Please can you let us know thanks very much in advance Louise .



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Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John Martyn
 

Thanks for the reply. I was working on thunderbird and I thought it was making a system tray message pop up. turns out it was thunderbird doing some default action. By the way the scripts for jaws 15 are awesome. the demo audio doesn't even cover what it can do.
Cheers,
John

On 9/14/2014 10:28 AM, Paul Martz via Jfw wrote:
John -- I wanted to turn that crap off back when I could still see. LOL.
And I think Dave's suggestion is the only solution: Disable each system
tray item individually.

Judith -- I'm not quite clear what you're trying to do. You said taskbar,
but then you said insert+F11 which is the system tray (a part of the
taskbar).

If you want to put Mozy in the system tray so that you can get to it with
insert+F11, then that is probably a setting with Mozy that you'll need to
find and enable. Start Mozy and try searching through the properties or
options.

But if you want to pin Mozy to the taskbar, here's what I came up with.
(There might be a better way, not sure.)
1. Launch Mozy so that it's running.
2. Hit control+escape, then escape again, to bring focus to the start
button on the task bar.
3. Hit tab once, to bring focus to the running applications.
4. Hit the right arrow until you get to Mozy.
5. Route the JAWS cursor to the PC cursor. That's jaws+left bracket in
laptop mode.
6. Generate a right mouse click. That's jaws+9 on the number bar in laptop
mode.
7. Arrow up or down to the menu item that says "pin this program to
taskbar" and hit enter.

I hope that helps.

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wrote:

I WANT TO PUT Mozy, an offsight backup, on my task bar along with JFW. I
just tried this but can only access the task bar with insert f11. How can
I
put Mozy and JFW on the task bar? Thanks, Judith

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Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 12:57 AM
To: John Martyn; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John,

Tab to your Task bar and press Alt+Enter Then tab to the customize button
There you can enable/disable the various icons.

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

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Subject: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading


Does anyone know how to turn this off?
Thanks,
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Re: Control-pagedown, clearing the find field

Dan Kerstetter <dhk55@...>
 

When you're in the find dialog box, tab or shift tab until you find the
combo box which defines what you're looking for. You should be able to
change it from there without closing the document.

HTH and I hope I'm being clear. I haven't finished my second cup of coffee
yet. *grin*

Dan

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Jfw
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 11:16 AM
To: Londa Peterson; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Control-pagedown, clearing the find field

In Word, until you have searched for something with find, Control-pagedown
moves you to the next page. Once you have populated the find field,
however, control-pagedown is a repeat find instead. the only way I know to
clear the find field and get control-pagedown to go to next page again is to
close the document and reopen it. Is there another way?

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Re: J16, New Features

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

Put that together with the new features of Office 2013, and OCR could be a lot easier and cheaper.

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Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 11:02 AM
To: 'Soronel Haetir'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: J16, New Features

What they said on the poccast is that the convenient OCR currently uses screen resolution. The new document recognition feature uses the actual image. Of course the one they did on the podcast was letter perfect, but I don't expect those results every time. I've been busy setting up a new machine for myself, so I haven't tried it yet. I plan to do so today.

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Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 3:19 PM
To: Melissa Stott; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: J16, New Features

The semi-auto forms mode sounds like it might actually be useful. And I suppose for folks who use word that's a good thing, the rest of it just sounds like more toys rather than fixing anything fundamental.
It will also be interesting to see if the PDF OCR recognizes spaces better than the current implementation, because right now that sucks.

On 9/13/14, Melissa Stott via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Thanks so much for this info!

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Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 10:59 AM
To: JFW List
Subject: J16, New Features

JAWS Command Search, a Built in Search Engine for JAWS Keystrokes

JAWS provides many keystrokes to perform a variety of commands. Many
commands can be performed anywhere in Windows, such as reading the
window title or current line, while other commands are only available
in specific applications like Microsoft Word or Internet Explorer. If
you are using JAWS with a refreshable braille display, there are even
JAWS commands that can be performed using the controls on the braille
display. To search for JAWS commands, press
INSERT+SPACEBAR,
J to open the Search for Commands dialog.

While there are certain commands that are used by the majority of JAWS
users on a daily basis, such as reading the current line (INSERT+UP
ARROW) or reading the current window title (INSERT+T), there are
numerous commands that even the most experienced users do not use
regularly and need to be looked up.
Certain
types of commands can be especially difficult to remember as some of
them require pressing several keys at once. The JAWS Command Search
feature enables you to enter a full or partial description of a
command whose keystroke
you
do not remember. JAWS will display all commands that match your search
criteria, the description of the feature, and all the associated
keystrokes, including braille commands if a refreshable braille
display is currently connected.

For example, you may need to locate a keystroke for working with
formulas in Excel. Instead of opening the JAWS help topic for Excel
and searching through all of the available keystrokes, or starting
Keyboard Help (INSERT+1) and pressing various keystroke combinations
until you find the correct one,
you
can
open the Search for JAWS Commands window while focused in Excel, type
"formulas" in the search edit box, and then view a list of all
keystrokes related to working with formulas. Similarly, if you are
browsing the Web and you need to find the keystroke for displaying a
list of headings on the
current
page
(INSERT+F6), you can open the Search for JAWS Commands window from
Internet
Explorer or Firefox, type "list headings" in the search edit box, and
this command will be the first result.

To search for a command, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, followed by J, to open
the Search for JAWS Commands window. Alternatively, you can choose
Search for Commands from the Run JAWS Manager dialog box (INSERT+F2)
or the JAWS Utilities menu.
An HTML window opens and places you in an edit field. If Forms Mode is
set to Auto or Semi-Auto, Forms Mode will be activated when the edit
field gains focus. Begin typing the description of the command you are
looking for and the results area in the lower part of the window
automatically updates. As you type, the first result in the list is
spoken automatically. Pressing ENTER turns off Forms Mode and places
you on the first result.

Note: If Auto Forms Mode is set to Manual, you will need to first
press ENTER to activate Forms Mode before you begin typing in the edit field.

Since this is an HTML window, you can use standard reading commands to
review the search results. Each command name along with the most
common keystroke used to perform it is displayed as a heading so you
can quickly move between results using the H and SHIFT+H Navigation
Quick Keys. When you locate the command you want, press DOWN ARROW to
move to a brief description of what the command does, and any
additional keystrokes that can be used to
perform
the
command. This will include non-layered, layered, and braille keystrokes.
If
a particular command offers a braille keystroke, but a braille display
is not currently connected when you performed the search, the braille
keystroke will not be listed.

Each JAWS command name and its associated keystrokes are also
displayed as links. This allows you to press ENTER on the command name
heading, or any of the associated keystroke links to close the Search
for JAWS Commands
window
and activate the command. You can also exit this window by pressing
ALT+F4,
or the ESC key.

Note: When performing a JAWS command search, the search results only
contains JAWS keystrokes. Microsoft Windows keystrokes, such as CTRL+A
for select all, are not included in the search results.

Standard Licenses Become "Home Use Edition for Non-Commercial Use"

Semi-Auto Forms Mode

The new Semi-Auto Forms Mode feature offers users the convenience of
Auto Forms Mode, but the benefits of manual operation.

With Auto Forms Mode, JAWS automatically enters Forms Mode so you can
immediately begin typing when you move to an edit field using the
ARROW Keys, or TAB and SHIFT+TAB. When you move away from the control,
Forms Mode turns off and you resume navigating using the Virtual PC
Cursor. This can be very useful especially for new and sighted users
and is the default setting. When you move to an edit field in Manual
Forms Mode, you must first press ENTER to turn on Forms Mode, and then
press NUM PAD PLUS or ESC to turn it off once you are finished typing.

With Semi-Auto Forms Mode, JAWS will only turn on Forms Mode
automatically when you move to an edit field using TAB or SHIFT+TAB.
This allows you to have the benefits of Auto Forms Mode and still be
able to read through a Web page using the ARROW keys and not be
interrupted by Forms Mode turning on and off.
Additionally, Navigation Quick Keys will not turn on Semi-Auto Forms Mode.

To cycle through Manual, Auto, and Semi-Auto Forms Mode, use the Auto
Forms
Mode option in Quick Settings (INSERT+V) or the Select Forms Mode
option
in
Settings Center.

Enhanced Convenient OCR for PDF Documents

The Convenient OCR (Optical Character Recognition) feature now allows
you to recognize entire PDF documents. Convenient OCR was first
introduced in
JAWS
13 and allows you to recognize any images visible on the screen in
order
to
access text contained in the image that would normally be inaccessible
to JAWS.
This included inaccessible PDF documents where you could only
recognize
the
currently visible text.

In JAWS 16, if you open a PDF document and you do not find any text to
read, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, O to access the OCR layer and then press
the letter D. JAWS begins recognizing the text of the entire document
featuring a
very
high degree of accuracy as the results are not affected by the current
screen resolution, as they are when recognizing the current screen or
window.
After
several seconds, the contents of the PDF file are displayed in the
Results Viewer for reading. Use standard reading commands to review
the text or select and copy sections of content for pasting in other
applications. For example, you could select all, then copy and paste
into a Microsoft Word document, which you could then save.

Note: The OCR process takes longer for larger PDF files. As text is
recognized, it is added to the end of the existing text already in the
Results Viewer.
This allows you to continue reading without interruption as the
document
is
processed.

Improved JAWS Performance with Microsoft Word 2013 using UIA

New Research It Lookup Source for Tracking USPS Packages

A new lookup source has been added to Research It that enables you to
obtain progress and delivery status for packages shipped through the
United
States
Postal Service.

list of 4 items
1. Press INSERT+SPACEBAR, R to open the Research It dialog box.
2. In the edit combo box, enter a valid USPS tracking number and press
TAB.
3. Use the UP and DOWN ARROWS or first letter navigation to select
USPS Tracking and press ENTER.
4. After a few seconds, the Results Viewer window opens and displays
the tracking information for your package. Press ESC to close the
Results Viewer.
list end

Take care.
Mike
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Re: Control-pagedown, clearing the find field

john.falter
 

Hi Anna:
I suggest ctrl G,
enter the number of the next page,
press enter,
then press escape.
After that, ctrl pagedown will work until your next FIND.

On 9/15/2014 11:15 AM, Anna Byrne via Jfw wrote:
In Word, until you have searched for something with find, Control-pagedown moves you to the next page. Once you have populated the find field, however, control-pagedown is a repeat find instead. the only way I know to clear the find field and get control-pagedown to go to next page again is to close the document and reopen it. Is there another way?

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Control-pagedown, clearing the find field

Ann Byrne
 

In Word, until you have searched for something with find, Control-pagedown moves you to the next page. Once you have populated the find field, however, control-pagedown is a repeat find instead. the only way I know to clear the find field and get control-pagedown to go to next page again is to close the document and reopen it. Is there another way?

Thanks much,


Re: J16, New Features

Londa Peterson
 

What they said on the poccast is that the convenient OCR currently uses
screen resolution. The new document recognition feature uses the actual
image. Of course the one they did on the podcast was letter perfect, but I
don't expect those results every time. I've been busy setting up a new
machine for myself, so I haven't tried it yet. I plan to do so today.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Soronel Haetir
via Jfw
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 3:19 PM
To: Melissa Stott; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: J16, New Features

The semi-auto forms mode sounds like it might actually be useful. And
I suppose for folks who use word that's a good thing, the rest of it
just sounds like more toys rather than fixing anything fundamental.
It will also be interesting to see if the PDF OCR recognizes spaces
better than the current implementation, because right now that sucks.

On 9/13/14, Melissa Stott via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Thanks so much for this info!

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike B. via Jfw
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 10:59 AM
To: JFW List
Subject: J16, New Features

JAWS Command Search, a Built in Search Engine for JAWS Keystrokes

JAWS provides many keystrokes to perform a variety of commands. Many
commands can be performed anywhere in Windows, such as reading the window
title or
current line, while other commands are only available in specific
applications like Microsoft Word or Internet Explorer. If you are using
JAWS
with a refreshable
braille display, there are even JAWS commands that can be performed using
the controls on the braille display. To search for JAWS commands, press
INSERT+SPACEBAR,
J to open the Search for Commands dialog.

While there are certain commands that are used by the majority of JAWS
users
on a daily basis, such as reading the current line (INSERT+UP ARROW) or
reading
the current window title (INSERT+T), there are numerous commands that even
the most experienced users do not use regularly and need to be looked up.
Certain
types of commands can be especially difficult to remember as some of them
require pressing several keys at once. The JAWS Command Search feature
enables
you to enter a full or partial description of a command whose keystroke
you
do not remember. JAWS will display all commands that match your search
criteria,
the description of the feature, and all the associated keystrokes,
including
braille commands if a refreshable braille display is currently connected.

For example, you may need to locate a keystroke for working with formulas
in
Excel. Instead of opening the JAWS help topic for Excel and searching
through
all of the available keystrokes, or starting Keyboard Help (INSERT+1) and
pressing various keystroke combinations until you find the correct one,
you
can
open the Search for JAWS Commands window while focused in Excel, type
"formulas" in the search edit box, and then view a list of all keystrokes
related
to working with formulas. Similarly, if you are browsing the Web and you
need to find the keystroke for displaying a list of headings on the
current
page
(INSERT+F6), you can open the Search for JAWS Commands window from
Internet
Explorer or Firefox, type "list headings" in the search edit box, and this
command will be the first result.

To search for a command, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, followed by J, to open the
Search for JAWS Commands window. Alternatively, you can choose Search for
Commands
from the Run JAWS Manager dialog box (INSERT+F2) or the JAWS Utilities
menu.
An HTML window opens and places you in an edit field. If Forms Mode is set
to Auto or Semi-Auto, Forms Mode will be activated when the edit field
gains
focus. Begin typing the description of the command you are looking for and
the results area in the lower part of the window automatically updates. As
you type, the first result in the list is spoken automatically. Pressing
ENTER
turns off Forms Mode and places you on the first result.

Note: If Auto Forms Mode is set to Manual, you will need to first press
ENTER to activate Forms Mode before you begin typing in the edit field.

Since this is an HTML window, you can use standard reading commands to
review the search results. Each command name along with the most common
keystroke
used to perform it is displayed as a heading so you can quickly move
between
results using the H and SHIFT+H Navigation Quick Keys. When you locate the
command you want, press DOWN ARROW to move to a brief description of what
the command does, and any additional keystrokes that can be used to
perform
the
command. This will include non-layered, layered, and braille keystrokes.
If
a particular command offers a braille keystroke, but a braille display is
not
currently connected when you performed the search, the braille keystroke
will not be listed.

Each JAWS command name and its associated keystrokes are also displayed as
links. This allows you to press ENTER on the command name heading, or any
of
the associated keystroke links to close the Search for JAWS Commands
window
and activate the command. You can also exit this window by pressing
ALT+F4,
or the ESC key.

Note: When performing a JAWS command search, the search results only
contains JAWS keystrokes. Microsoft Windows keystrokes, such as CTRL+A for
select
all, are not included in the search results.

Standard Licenses Become "Home Use Edition for Non-Commercial Use"

Semi-Auto Forms Mode

The new Semi-Auto Forms Mode feature offers users the convenience of Auto
Forms Mode, but the benefits of manual operation.

With Auto Forms Mode, JAWS automatically enters Forms Mode so you can
immediately begin typing when you move to an edit field using the ARROW
Keys, or
TAB and SHIFT+TAB. When you move away from the control, Forms Mode turns
off
and you resume navigating using the Virtual PC Cursor. This can be very
useful
especially for new and sighted users and is the default setting. When you
move to an edit field in Manual Forms Mode, you must first press ENTER to
turn
on Forms Mode, and then press NUM PAD PLUS or ESC to turn it off once you
are finished typing.

With Semi-Auto Forms Mode, JAWS will only turn on Forms Mode automatically
when you move to an edit field using TAB or SHIFT+TAB. This allows you to
have
the benefits of Auto Forms Mode and still be able to read through a Web
page
using the ARROW keys and not be interrupted by Forms Mode turning on and
off.
Additionally, Navigation Quick Keys will not turn on Semi-Auto Forms Mode.

To cycle through Manual, Auto, and Semi-Auto Forms Mode, use the Auto
Forms
Mode option in Quick Settings (INSERT+V) or the Select Forms Mode option
in
Settings Center.

Enhanced Convenient OCR for PDF Documents

The Convenient OCR (Optical Character Recognition) feature now allows you
to
recognize entire PDF documents. Convenient OCR was first introduced in
JAWS
13 and allows you to recognize any images visible on the screen in order
to
access text contained in the image that would normally be inaccessible to
JAWS.
This included inaccessible PDF documents where you could only recognize
the
currently visible text.

In JAWS 16, if you open a PDF document and you do not find any text to
read,
press INSERT+SPACEBAR, O to access the OCR layer and then press the letter
D. JAWS begins recognizing the text of the entire document featuring a
very
high degree of accuracy as the results are not affected by the current
screen
resolution, as they are when recognizing the current screen or window.
After
several seconds, the contents of the PDF file are displayed in the Results
Viewer for reading. Use standard reading commands to review the text or
select and copy sections of content for pasting in other applications. For
example,
you could select all, then copy and paste into a Microsoft Word document,
which you could then save.

Note: The OCR process takes longer for larger PDF files. As text is
recognized, it is added to the end of the existing text already in the
Results Viewer.
This allows you to continue reading without interruption as the document
is
processed.

Improved JAWS Performance with Microsoft Word 2013 using UIA

New Research It Lookup Source for Tracking USPS Packages

A new lookup source has been added to Research It that enables you to
obtain
progress and delivery status for packages shipped through the United
States
Postal Service.

list of 4 items
1. Press INSERT+SPACEBAR, R to open the Research It dialog box.
2. In the edit combo box, enter a valid USPS tracking number and press
TAB.
3. Use the UP and DOWN ARROWS or first letter navigation to select USPS
Tracking and press ENTER.
4. After a few seconds, the Results Viewer window opens and displays the
tracking information for your package. Press ESC to close the Results
Viewer.
list end

Take care.
Mike
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Re: surface pro 3 question

George B
 

Do you have one? If so tell me more off list please.
thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Londa Peterson [mailto:lpeterson@vrocp.org]
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 07:44
To: 'George B'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: surface pro 3 question

Have you set the keyboard layout to laptop? It uses the caps lock key as the
JAWS key. You'll have to learn a new set of commands, but they work pretty
well.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of George B via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 2:06 PM
To: 'Kimsan'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: surface pro 3 question

Yes it does, but there some places that require a insert to do things and I
am not sure if the touch screen allows you to do all the jaws commands.

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan [mailto:kimsansong@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:45
To: 'George B'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: surface pro 3 question

I do not use that device; however, just assuming, doesn't jaws 15 have the
touch curser function.

"Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure,
loyalty and persistence." Colin Powell


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of George B via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:41 AM
To: 'Paul Martz'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'; 'j Bron'
Subject: surface pro 3 question

Hello,

Anyone using a surface pro 3 with the add on keyboard cover. There is no
insert key and no way to make the right side of the keyboard a num pad. So
how do you use jaws with this device.

thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Paul Martz via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 09:29
To: j Bron; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John -- I wanted to turn that crap off back when I could still see. LOL.
And I think Dave's suggestion is the only solution: Disable each system tray
item individually.

Judith -- I'm not quite clear what you're trying to do. You said taskbar,
but then you said insert+F11 which is the system tray (a part of the
taskbar).

If you want to put Mozy in the system tray so that you can get to it with
insert+F11, then that is probably a setting with Mozy that you'll need
insert+to
find and enable. Start Mozy and try searching through the properties or
options.

But if you want to pin Mozy to the taskbar, here's what I came up with.
(There might be a better way, not sure.) 1. Launch Mozy so that it's
running.
2. Hit control+escape, then escape again, to bring focus to the start button
on the task bar.
3. Hit tab once, to bring focus to the running applications.
4. Hit the right arrow until you get to Mozy.
5. Route the JAWS cursor to the PC cursor. That's jaws+left bracket in
laptop mode.
6. Generate a right mouse click. That's jaws+9 on the number bar in laptop
mode.
7. Arrow up or down to the menu item that says "pin this program to taskbar"
and hit enter.

I hope that helps.

On Sun, Sep 14, 2014 at 8:26 AM, j Bron via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
wrote:

I WANT TO PUT Mozy, an offsight backup, on my task bar along with JFW.
I just tried this but can only access the task bar with insert f11.
How can I put Mozy and JFW on the task bar? Thanks, Judith

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Dave
'Farfar'
Carlson via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 12:57 AM
To: John Martyn; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John,

Tab to your Task bar and press Alt+Enter Then tab to the customize
button There you can enable/disable the various icons.

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

----- Original Message -----
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To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 06:11 PM
Subject: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading


Does anyone know how to turn this off?
Thanks,
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Re: surface pro 3 question

Londa Peterson
 

Have you set the keyboard layout to laptop? It uses the caps lock key as the
JAWS key. You'll have to learn a new set of commands, but they work pretty
well.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of George B via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 2:06 PM
To: 'Kimsan'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: surface pro 3 question

Yes it does, but there some places that require a insert to do things and I
am not sure if the touch screen allows you to do all the jaws commands.

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan [mailto:kimsansong@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:45
To: 'George B'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: surface pro 3 question

I do not use that device; however, just assuming, doesn't jaws 15 have the
touch curser function.

"Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure,
loyalty and persistence." Colin Powell


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of George B via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:41 AM
To: 'Paul Martz'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'; 'j Bron'
Subject: surface pro 3 question

Hello,

Anyone using a surface pro 3 with the add on keyboard cover. There is no
insert key and no way to make the right side of the keyboard a num pad. So
how do you use jaws with this device.

thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Paul Martz via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 09:29
To: j Bron; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John -- I wanted to turn that crap off back when I could still see. LOL.
And I think Dave's suggestion is the only solution: Disable each system tray
item individually.

Judith -- I'm not quite clear what you're trying to do. You said taskbar,
but then you said insert+F11 which is the system tray (a part of the
taskbar).

If you want to put Mozy in the system tray so that you can get to it with
insert+F11, then that is probably a setting with Mozy that you'll need
insert+to
find and enable. Start Mozy and try searching through the properties or
options.

But if you want to pin Mozy to the taskbar, here's what I came up with.
(There might be a better way, not sure.) 1. Launch Mozy so that it's
running.
2. Hit control+escape, then escape again, to bring focus to the start button
on the task bar.
3. Hit tab once, to bring focus to the running applications.
4. Hit the right arrow until you get to Mozy.
5. Route the JAWS cursor to the PC cursor. That's jaws+left bracket in
laptop mode.
6. Generate a right mouse click. That's jaws+9 on the number bar in laptop
mode.
7. Arrow up or down to the menu item that says "pin this program to taskbar"
and hit enter.

I hope that helps.

On Sun, Sep 14, 2014 at 8:26 AM, j Bron via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
wrote:

I WANT TO PUT Mozy, an offsight backup, on my task bar along with JFW.
I just tried this but can only access the task bar with insert f11.
How can I put Mozy and JFW on the task bar? Thanks, Judith

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Dave
'Farfar'
Carlson via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 12:57 AM
To: John Martyn; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John,

Tab to your Task bar and press Alt+Enter Then tab to the customize
button There you can enable/disable the various icons.

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

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Martyn via Jfw" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 06:11 PM
Subject: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading


Does anyone know how to turn this off?
Thanks,
John Martyn

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Re: surface pro 3 question

Nermin
 

Hi,

if the Surface Pro 3 has an FN key, you can use that plus letters to emulate a numeric keyboard.
So even in laptop layout, you could perform some functions that way too.

Regards,
Nermin


Re: surface pro 3 question

Matthew Bullis
 

You'll need to set Jaws to the laptop layout. Alt tab to Jaws, then go into the help menu and get the startup wizard going. You'll be able to set up the laptop layout, and use the caps lock key for Jaws commands.
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Re: surface pro 3 question

George B
 

Yes it does, but there some places that require a insert to do things and I
am not sure if the touch screen allows you to do all the jaws commands.

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan [mailto:kimsansong@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:45
To: 'George B'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: surface pro 3 question

I do not use that device; however, just assuming, doesn't jaws 15 have the
touch curser function.

"Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure,
loyalty and persistence." Colin Powell


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of George B via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:41 AM
To: 'Paul Martz'; 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'; 'j Bron'
Subject: surface pro 3 question

Hello,

Anyone using a surface pro 3 with the add on keyboard cover. There is no
insert key and no way to make the right side of the keyboard a num pad. So
how do you use jaws with this device.

thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Paul Martz via
Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 09:29
To: j Bron; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John -- I wanted to turn that crap off back when I could still see. LOL.
And I think Dave's suggestion is the only solution: Disable each system tray
item individually.

Judith -- I'm not quite clear what you're trying to do. You said taskbar,
but then you said insert+F11 which is the system tray (a part of the
taskbar).

If you want to put Mozy in the system tray so that you can get to it with
insert+F11, then that is probably a setting with Mozy that you'll need
insert+to
find and enable. Start Mozy and try searching through the properties or
options.

But if you want to pin Mozy to the taskbar, here's what I came up with.
(There might be a better way, not sure.) 1. Launch Mozy so that it's
running.
2. Hit control+escape, then escape again, to bring focus to the start button
on the task bar.
3. Hit tab once, to bring focus to the running applications.
4. Hit the right arrow until you get to Mozy.
5. Route the JAWS cursor to the PC cursor. That's jaws+left bracket in
laptop mode.
6. Generate a right mouse click. That's jaws+9 on the number bar in laptop
mode.
7. Arrow up or down to the menu item that says "pin this program to taskbar"
and hit enter.

I hope that helps.

On Sun, Sep 14, 2014 at 8:26 AM, j Bron via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
wrote:

I WANT TO PUT Mozy, an offsight backup, on my task bar along with JFW.
I just tried this but can only access the task bar with insert f11.
How can I put Mozy and JFW on the task bar? Thanks, Judith

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Dave
'Farfar'
Carlson via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2014 12:57 AM
To: John Martyn; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading

John,

Tab to your Task bar and press Alt+Enter Then tab to the customize
button There you can enable/disable the various icons.

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

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Martyn via Jfw" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 06:11 PM
Subject: How to turn off system tray alerts from reading


Does anyone know how to turn this off?
Thanks,
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