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Re: JAWS and Function keys with Dell Venue 8 Pro

Johna Lynn Nordin <nordinjohnal@...>
 

If it's a del you can use the function key (fn) and escape and that changes
your function keys to act as normal ones.
Johna

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Anna Byrne via
Jfw
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2014 6:35 AM
To: Loreal Lavigna; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS and Function keys with Dell Venue 8 Pro

Different computers make this change differently. Your subject line sounds
like this is a Dell?

On my Del, which is now a year or so old, the function key change was in the
Windows mobility center. The function keys were set up to work with media,
and in the mobility center you could change them to standard. Whether that
is the case with your tablet, though, I don't know.
The mobility center was access with Windows key + x.
good luck!


Trying this again. I lost several emails from yesterday, and wanted to
know how to set it up so I do not have to press the FN key in
conjunction with any of the F keys like F1, F2, etc. in order to use
them with my tablet running Win8. I saw a post a couple weeks back
about this but cannot find it now. Any help would be greatly
appreciated!!!

Thank you in advance.

Loreal






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Re: JAWS and Function keys with Dell Venue 8 Pro

Ann Byrne
 

Different computers make this change differently. Your subject line sounds like this is a Dell?

On my Del, which is now a year or so old, the function key change was in the Windows mobility center. The function keys were set up to work with media, and in the mobility center you could change them to standard. Whether that is the case with your tablet, though, I don't know.
The mobility center was access with Windows key + x.
good luck!

Trying this again. I lost several emails from yesterday, and wanted to know how to set it up so I do not have to press the FN key in conjunction with any of the F keys like F1, F2, etc. in order to use them with my tablet running Win8. I saw a post a couple weeks back about this but cannot find it now. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thank you in advance.

Loreal






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JAWS and Function keys with Dell Venue 8 Pro

Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@...>
 

Trying this again. I lost several emails from yesterday, and wanted to know how to set it up so I do not have to press the FN key in conjunction with any of the F keys like F1, F2, etc. in order to use them with my tablet running Win8. I saw a post a couple weeks back about this but cannot find it now. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thank you in advance.

Loreal






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JAWS and Dell Venue 8 Pro

Loreal Lavigna <llavigna2@...>
 

Hi everyone,

I remember reading recently on this list something about being able to use a Bluetooth keyboard with win8 on a tablet and not having to press the FN key with any of the function keys (F1-F12). What were the steps to make this possible??? Pressing the FN key in conjunction with other keys is getting tedius and difficult...

Also, thank you Dennis for the email you forwarded to my personal email with win8 keyboard commands!!!

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Re: Capturing balloons

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Also, if you use Windows7, you can go to the ease of access option, to lengthen the time the balloon is displayed on the screen before it disappears. This will give you more time to perform your left mouse click.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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Subject: Capturing balloons


I kind of feel silly asking but when JFW comes up and tells you to "press
here" for more information due to the fact it is a balloon popping up, what
is the key stroke to get more information?









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Re: Track Change Colors

Kimber Gardner
 

Hi Ed,

That's a really strange problem since word is supposed to use a
different color for each editor's changes by default.

I don't know if this will work, but try slightly changing your user
name within word so the application will think you are a different
user. According to the article I just found through google, this
should give you a different color for your changes. Here's a link to
the article.

http://word.tips.net/T003787_Using_Different_Colors_with_Tracked_Changes.html

I hope it helps.

Kimber

On 9/28/14, Ed Marquette via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
I received a document from a client with track changes turned on.
I made one sample edit and then determined, through JAWS, that my
edits were in the same color as were the client's edits (Red 4,
according to JAWS).

I quickly "rejected" my test change, went to Word 2010's track
change options, and switch what I thought were my colors to Lime
Green.

Well, everyone's changes are lime green now.

JAWS and Word know the difference. If I turn on JAWS's
announcement of authors, it can tell the difference between my
edits and my client's edits.

The problem is that my sighted client will be relying on the
colors he sees on the screen and won't have JAWS's ability to
distinguish authors.

Any ideas?



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Re: Capturing balloons

paul lemm
 

Hi,

If you click the jaws key for left mouse click, which is / key on the numpad
when the numlock is turned off when you get the balloon message that will
open it. Although you have to click it fairly quickly after you get the
balloon message or you miss it

Hope that helps

Paul lemm

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To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: Capturing balloons

I kind of feel silly asking but when JFW comes up and tells you to "press
here" for more information due to the fact it is a balloon popping up, what
is the key stroke to get more information?









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Re: Capturing balloons

Bob W <rwiley45@...>
 

Hi Raymond.

No question should ever make you feel silly. Right?

I've read some fairly sophisticated proposals for capturing those pesky
balloons, but those proposals don't usually work out too good.

The best way I've found for capturing them is to look in your system tray
with the keystrokes insert+f11, or, as I recently found through another
thread on this list, the keystroke windowsKey+b. The advantage of insert+f11
is that you can do a clean right or left mouse click with it.

This won't always reveal those slippery things, but often does.

Hope this helps.

Bob

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Sent: Sunday, September 28, 2014 6:25 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: Capturing balloons

I kind of feel silly asking but when JFW comes up and tells you to "press
here" for more information due to the fact it is a balloon popping up, what
is the key stroke to get more information?









Raymond Bishop, NV9B

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Capturing balloons

Raymond Bishup
 

I kind of feel silly asking but when JFW comes up and tells you to "press
here" for more information due to the fact it is a balloon popping up, what
is the key stroke to get more information?









Raymond Bishop, NV9B

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Track Change Colors

Ed Marquette <marquette.ed@...>
 

I received a document from a client with track changes turned on.
I made one sample edit and then determined, through JAWS, that my
edits were in the same color as were the client's edits (Red 4,
according to JAWS).

I quickly "rejected" my test change, went to Word 2010's track
change options, and switch what I thought were my colors to Lime
Green.

Well, everyone's changes are lime green now.

JAWS and Word know the difference. If I turn on JAWS's
announcement of authors, it can tell the difference between my
edits and my client's edits.

The problem is that my sighted client will be relying on the
colors he sees on the screen and won't have JAWS's ability to
distinguish authors.

Any ideas?



Sent from my Yoga IdeaPad

I. Edward Marquette

Universal Phone: 408.692.5640



Mobile: 816.812.0088





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Problems with Tunein.com

Tim Ford
 

Hi list,

I need help from any of you college football fans out there.

Up until this week, I was able to navigate just fine on finding the currently live NCAA football games. Today my usual search for “NCAA football” gives little or nothing on results, and the web page has a lot of unlabeled links.

Is anyone else having this problem?

Tim Ford
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Re: JAWS and Word 2007

Ann Byrne
 

In quick settings, insert+v, there is a setting that says new line and paragraph markers. If that is on, turn it off. If the problem is with Word, press alt+h, then 8, and that should fix it.

Try control-shift-8.
-----Original Message----- From: Cy Selfridge via Jfw
Sent: Saturday, September 27, 2014 2:32 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: JAWS and Word 2007

Hi,

I think this is a JAWS setting problem - but - all of a sudden in one Word
document JAWS is reading "space marker" and "new paragraph".

Where is that blamed setting to shut this off?

Cy (LOLLOLLOL)

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Re: JAWS and Word 2007

Jean Menzies <jemenzies@...>
 

Try control-shift-8.

-----Original Message-----
From: Cy Selfridge via Jfw
Sent: Saturday, September 27, 2014 2:32 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: JAWS and Word 2007

Hi,

I think this is a JAWS setting problem - but - all of a sudden in one Word
document JAWS is reading "space marker" and "new paragraph".

Where is that blamed setting to shut this off?

Cy (LOLLOLLOL)

C

C

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JAWS and Word 2007

Cy Selfridge
 

Hi,

I think this is a JAWS setting problem - but - all of a sudden in one Word
document JAWS is reading "space marker" and "new paragraph".

Where is that blamed setting to shut this off?

Cy (LOLLOLLOL)

C

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Reading Tool Tips

Dan Kerstetter <dhk55@...>
 

Hello all.



From time to time I get a message that tells me a program is running that is
incompatible with windows. I'm told it is a tool tip and to click here for
more information. Using the latest version of JAWS is there a way to do
this? I've tried using the command search in JAWS 16 and searching through
the keyboard command help.



Any information would be appreciated.



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JAWS, Win 8.1, and Dell Venue 8 Pro 32 GB

Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@...>
 

Hi guys,



Just got a Dell Venue 8 pro 32 GB tablet with Win 8.1 full installed.
Trying to learn the best way to interact with the apps on this tablet. Can
anyone give me a hand with a couple things???



First off, the mail client. Any tips, tricks, hints, etc. for navigating
and quickly changing settings in this app?



Second, the Facebook app. Same here, but it seems to be all tab navigation
or by way of the touch gestures. Right???



Next, has anyone had any success with the Netflix app, Audible app for
audible.com's audiobooks, etc?



Finally, does anyone have even a beginning list of apps that work well with
JFW 15/16 beta and Win 8.1? Thanks in advance!!!

Loreal



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Re: jaws 15 and windows live mail

Charles Krugman
 

You can change this by customizing the columns that are read in Windows Live mail. I am going from memory but as I recall it is a feature under the "View" tab. If no one else has the answer and you are still having problems let me know.
Chuck

-----Original Message-----
From: mattias via Jfw
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 6:17 AM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: jaws 15 and windows live mail

anyone else have issues with jaws 15 and windows live mail?
jaws reeds only the subject not the sender
now i meen in the message list

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Re: question about computers

Gary King
 

Brad,
The following applies to JAWS 16, which is now in Public Beta.

With this new release, we’ve changed the JAWS Standard license to become JAWS Home Edition. This new Home Edition license works with both Home and Professional editions of Windows® 7 and Windows 8, making it more affordable for end users to maintain their licenses on their personal computers at home. Visit our JAWS Public Beta page for details.

Gary King
w4wkz@bellsouth.net

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From: "Brad Martin via Jfw" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
To: "Barbara Hansen" <the2skibears@embarqmail.com>; "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Friday, September 26, 2014 9:20 PM
Subject: Re: question about computers


That's so funny. I've had desktops and laptops both for years. Both serve a purpose for me. I generally put more money into a desktop, and buy a cheap laptop for the times when I need portability, because it's not all that often that I need portability. Laptops have come a long way, but the stunningly amazing speed of a good desktop makes me really happy when I'm at home or in the office. Having said that, laptops aren't what I'd call slow either. It's splitting hairs, but it's an important difference for me. I'm impatient I guess. With laptops often having less cache and somewhat slower hard drives, it's just enough delay that I notice and it bugs me, but not in a way that prevents me from doing what I want to do.

The bigger decision you need to make, if you're going to get Windows 7, is going to depend on your version of JAWS. If you have JAWS standard, you'll need Windows 7 Home Premium, which is getting harder to find; and the end of sales date for computers preinstalled with Windows 7 Home Premium is October 31, 2014. That's about a month away. If, on the other hand, you have JAWS Professional, you have the option of running Windows 7 Professional; the features that differ between the two probably won't affect you much, but the advantage is that the end of sales date for Win 7 Pro has not been established yet, and there are many many many business class computers (laptop or desktop) that run Windows 7 Pro.

To your original question about the all-in-ones, I haven't used them myself, but my sense from the specifications on them is that most come with slightly slower processors than their full sized tower counterparts, and many (though not all) come with touchscreens. The processors seem to be closer to desktop processors than laptop processors.

If you've never had a laptop before, the keyboard is a bit different in some senses, and laptop keyboards can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, and even from size to size. 15.6 inch laptops today often come with a numeric keypad, while 14 inch laptops usually do not. Some laptops, like Lenovo Thinkpads, don't have an "applications key", so you have to use Shift F10 for that effect. I've learned to adjust.

This is a lot of information to digest. I'm happy to make specific computer recommendations if anyone would like. I have my favorites, and it depends on the demands you're going to place on a computer. If your main goal is to check Email and browse the web a bit, it won't matter as much. But if you're working with really large PDF files and you need to deal with audio editing or other multimedia projects, you'll want something with some power. Everyone has their preferences, and there's no one-size-fits-all approach.

Brad Martin
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On 9/26/2014 6:38 PM, Barbara Hansen via Jfw wrote:
Hello every one,


I need your input concerning the all in one computer. Has anyone
experimented with this type, using JAWS. I am considering getting a new
computer and like the idea of not having the big tower in the way. I also
like the portability of the laptop too. Decisions! Decisions!


Your ideas would be appreciated.


Barbara H.




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Re: question about computers

Brad Martin
 

That's so funny. I've had desktops and laptops both for years. Both serve a purpose for me. I generally put more money into a desktop, and buy a cheap laptop for the times when I need portability, because it's not all that often that I need portability. Laptops have come a long way, but the stunningly amazing speed of a good desktop makes me really happy when I'm at home or in the office. Having said that, laptops aren't what I'd call slow either. It's splitting hairs, but it's an important difference for me. I'm impatient I guess. With laptops often having less cache and somewhat slower hard drives, it's just enough delay that I notice and it bugs me, but not in a way that prevents me from doing what I want to do.

The bigger decision you need to make, if you're going to get Windows 7, is going to depend on your version of JAWS. If you have JAWS standard, you'll need Windows 7 Home Premium, which is getting harder to find; and the end of sales date for computers preinstalled with Windows 7 Home Premium is October 31, 2014. That's about a month away. If, on the other hand, you have JAWS Professional, you have the option of running Windows 7 Professional; the features that differ between the two probably won't affect you much, but the advantage is that the end of sales date for Win 7 Pro has not been established yet, and there are many many many business class computers (laptop or desktop) that run Windows 7 Pro.

To your original question about the all-in-ones, I haven't used them myself, but my sense from the specifications on them is that most come with slightly slower processors than their full sized tower counterparts, and many (though not all) come with touchscreens. The processors seem to be closer to desktop processors than laptop processors.

If you've never had a laptop before, the keyboard is a bit different in some senses, and laptop keyboards can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, and even from size to size. 15.6 inch laptops today often come with a numeric keypad, while 14 inch laptops usually do not. Some laptops, like Lenovo Thinkpads, don't have an "applications key", so you have to use Shift F10 for that effect. I've learned to adjust.

This is a lot of information to digest. I'm happy to make specific computer recommendations if anyone would like. I have my favorites, and it depends on the demands you're going to place on a computer. If your main goal is to check Email and browse the web a bit, it won't matter as much. But if you're working with really large PDF files and you need to deal with audio editing or other multimedia projects, you'll want something with some power. Everyone has their preferences, and there's no one-size-fits-all approach.

Brad Martin
brad@formyfriends.org
www.facebook.com/ucoupons

On 9/26/2014 6:38 PM, Barbara Hansen via Jfw wrote:
Hello every one,


I need your input concerning the all in one computer. Has anyone
experimented with this type, using JAWS. I am considering getting a new
computer and like the idea of not having the big tower in the way. I also
like the portability of the laptop too. Decisions! Decisions!


Your ideas would be appreciated.


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Re: question about computers

Maria Campbell <lucky1inct@...>
 

My thoughts exactly on never going back to a desktop after a laptop and holding on for Windows 9.


Sunny Day
Maria Campbell
lucky1inct@sbcglobal.net

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
Blaise Pascal

On 9/26/2014 7:53 PM, Marianne Denning via Jfw wrote:
I have used a laptop for many years and would never go back to a
desktop. You should do some research on diferent computers before
making your purchase. You might also consider purchasing one with
Windows 7 unless you have made the change to Windows 8. That is just
my opinion. I am waiting for whatever comes after Windows 8.

On 9/26/14, Barbara Hansen via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Hello every one,



I need your input concerning the all in one computer. Has anyone
experimented with this type, using JAWS. I am considering getting a new
computer and like the idea of not having the big tower in the way. I also
like the portability of the laptop too. Decisions! Decisions!



Your ideas would be appreciated.



Barbara H.





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