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Changing languages on the fly

Gerardo Corripio <gera1027@...>
 

HI guys
Aside from Windows+Control+l and as in my case, doing an I or E twice, for changing between English and Spanish when needed (the autodetect language isn't reliable thus I don't use it, but rather change it by hand), any other way? maybe a script that you guys have designed to maybe use Insert+Control+1 for Spanish, and Insert+control+2 for English? Using Jaws16. Thanks for info.

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Quicken

Peter.Logan@...
 

Hopefully someone has had this issue and figure out a work around ..

Every so often when downloading transactions ... the institution needs
that additional security ... Like when you are on a new system .. or
cookeies have been cleaned up etc. I'm not sure how to fix that .. In
the account you can turn off "online" services and then back on .. however
you have to see to do that since those buttons aren't accessible by Jaws
...

I have deleted and set up the account again .. but that loses history ..
or you got a bunch of accounts no longer being used ...

Just wondering if anyone has found a way around this ...


Currently Quicken 2014 ... and doesn't matter the Jaws version .....


Thanks for any help ...


Peter Logan
Database Administrator
SpartanNash INC.
Office: 616/878-8309
Mobile: 616/304-9672
E-Mail: peter.logan@spartannash.com


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Re: using the same set up in wordpad that is used in microsoft word

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi, Mike. OK, I found Wordpad. The reason you can't use the same features as in Word is that the document being edited is a text document, not a Word-style document, which can be marked up with headings, etc.

Text documents don't have the same options as Word-style documents. For example, in Word, you can press JAWS key plus Z and turn navigation keys on and off. After turning navigation keys on, you cannot edit the document, but you can move between headings, etc.

In WordPad, since there are no headings, etc., there are no navigation keys.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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Subject: using the same set up in wordpad that is used in microsoft word


hi guys:

I would like to know if there is a way that I can use the same voice features in wordpad like we have in microsoft word. What I’m asking is, I wish to have the ability to tell me the font and all that stuff when I use insert-f or alt-delete; in wordpad like it does in ms word. For instance, when I hit alt-delete in word it says something like “3 inches from left, 5 inches from top, page 3...” or whatever. If I do this in wordpad, I get “1, 10” or something like that which is relatively meaningless?

I guess what I want is all the same settings that come up in word, I wish them for wordpad?

I hope I haven’t confused anyone but it surely would be helpful to use this.

Please keep in mind, I’m not very technological on this stuff so please be overly descriptive with your directions on what to do.

Assume I am a child on this one, I will do whatever directions say to do.

Thank you very much for reading this; and hope to hear from someone soon.

Sincerely:

Mike M.
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Re: using the same set up in wordpad that is used in microsoft word

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi, Mike. How did you get WordPad, and how are you running it? I am using JAWS13, and have no Wordpad. All I have is HJPad.

Thank you.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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Sent: Friday, May 08, 2015 7:43 AM
Subject: using the same set up in wordpad that is used in microsoft word


hi guys:

I would like to know if there is a way that I can use the same voice features in wordpad like we have in microsoft word. What I’m asking is, I wish to have the ability to tell me the font and all that stuff when I use insert-f or alt-delete; in wordpad like it does in ms word. For instance, when I hit alt-delete in word it says something like “3 inches from left, 5 inches from top, page 3...” or whatever. If I do this in wordpad, I get “1, 10” or something like that which is relatively meaningless?

I guess what I want is all the same settings that come up in word, I wish them for wordpad?

I hope I haven’t confused anyone but it surely would be helpful to use this.

Please keep in mind, I’m not very technological on this stuff so please be overly descriptive with your directions on what to do.

Assume I am a child on this one, I will do whatever directions say to do.

Thank you very much for reading this; and hope to hear from someone soon.

Sincerely:

Mike M.
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using the same set up in wordpad that is used in microsoft word

mike mcglashon
 

hi guys:

I would like to know if there is a way that I can use the same voice features in wordpad like we have in microsoft word. What I’m asking is, I wish to have the ability to tell me the font and all that stuff when I use insert-f or alt-delete; in wordpad like it does in ms word. For instance, when I hit alt-delete in word it says something like “3 inches from left, 5 inches from top, page 3...” or whatever. If I do this in wordpad, I get “1, 10” or something like that which is relatively meaningless?

I guess what I want is all the same settings that come up in word, I wish them for wordpad?

I hope I haven’t confused anyone but it surely would be helpful to use this.

Please keep in mind, I’m not very technological on this stuff so please be overly descriptive with your directions on what to do.

Assume I am a child on this one, I will do whatever directions say to do.

Thank you very much for reading this; and hope to hear from someone soon.

Sincerely:

Mike M.
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Re: 'complementary information' on web pages

Bissett, Tom <tom.bissett@...>
 

Hi, you should be able to suppress it with the flexible web feature in jaws.
Tom Bisset

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Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2015 9:03 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Ann Byrne
Subject: 'complementary information' on web pages

The code says:
<div id="secondary" class="widget-area" role="complementary">

JAWS says 'complementary information"; and later "complementary information end". How do I supress display of the code leaving only the text?

thanks.


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Re: Reading long documents - Two questions on voices

Mario
 

I usually move by sentence instead of by line. this gives me a complete thought to ponder about in relation to previous sentences.


On 5/7/2015 12:34 PM, Soronel Haetir via Jfw wrote:
With material I really need to understand and that I might need to
take notes for I simply don't use say all. I will instead use line by
navigation for that sort of reading. It is way slower than say all
but I find that with say all the programs idea of cursor position gets
separated from where jaws has read to so that if I interrupt speech I
then have to work to find the spot that I was just listening to. With
line by line navigation that simply isn't a problem.

On 5/7/15, Rahul Bajaj via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Hi Ali:

Being a law student, I can totally identify with your concerns. While
I don't have any satisfactory responses, I guess one good remedy in
this case could be altering the 'say all' settings in such a way as to
ensure that JAWS pauses after whatever interval you deem fit. Also,
can you let me know what voice you are using to make it sound more
human? One problem which I sometimes face is that I am unable to
recollect what I have read after reading long chunks of text at one
go.



On 07/05/2015, Ali Abdolrahmani via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Hi,
I am a PhD student. I have to read many long papers and text books.
When I read technical papers, I have the following concerns and I
would like to know if any of members have suggestions or solutions:
1. I use sentence by sentence reading command of Jaws to be able to
capture as much as I read while reading. I pause between sentences and
sometimes take notes. My problem is when the cursor goes to the next
paragraph, I don't have any idea that the paragraph has changed.
Understanding the change in paragraph helps when you like to organize
your mind about the flow of concepts. Is there any solutions or
workarounds that we can receive an audio feedback when the cursor goes
to next paragraph?

2. Second, for long and complex technical papers, I use expressive
voices to sound to me more naturally and not make me tired. My problem
is that I need to slow down the speed of the voice to be able to
follow the complex structure of my papers. I wish I could change the
pause length between words and after punctuations instead of slowing
down the entire reading. Slowing down the entire reading makes me
tired after some while. Is there any high quality synthesizer
alternative voices that we can do this? I hope I could express what I
mean well enough for folks.

Regards
Ali


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Re: Reading long documents - Two questions on voices

judith bron
 

I use control up or down arrow to read by paragraph on multi page documents.
Just having to divert your attention for the second it takes to use the
keystroke will help you stay crisp while focusing on your document. Judith

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via Jfw
Sent: Friday, May 08, 2015 9:03 AM
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Cc: Jimmy Jones
Subject: RE: Reading long documents - Two questions on voices

I'm sure someone has already mentioned this but I use the CTRL+UP or Down
Arrow to read by paragraph. P will read by paragraph if you are on a web
page.

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Abdolrahmani via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2015 12:05 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Ali Abdolrahmani
Subject: Reading long documents - Two questions on voices

Hi,
I am a PhD student. I have to read many long papers and text books.
When I read technical papers, I have the following concerns and I would like
to know if any of members have suggestions or solutions:
1. I use sentence by sentence reading command of Jaws to be able to capture
as much as I read while reading. I pause between sentences and sometimes
take notes. My problem is when the cursor goes to the next paragraph, I
don't have any idea that the paragraph has changed.
Understanding the change in paragraph helps when you like to organize your
mind about the flow of concepts. Is there any solutions or workarounds that
we can receive an audio feedback when the cursor goes to next paragraph?

2. Second, for long and complex technical papers, I use expressive voices to
sound to me more naturally and not make me tired. My problem is that I need
to slow down the speed of the voice to be able to follow the complex
structure of my papers. I wish I could change the pause length between words
and after punctuations instead of slowing down the entire reading. Slowing
down the entire reading makes me tired after some while. Is there any high
quality synthesizer alternative voices that we can do this? I hope I could
express what I mean well enough for folks.

Regards
Ali


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Re: Recommending a Flatbed Scanner? You May Need More than That?

Mario
 

epson perfection v600 works pretty well with the Kurzweil 1k, although it probably works well with other similar programs like Openbook and OCR.


On 5/8/2015 12:21 AM, Feliciano Godoy via Jfw wrote:
I do realize that there is more to just the actual scanner. The software side as far as OCR goes it's already taken care of. That is why that is not brought up on the original message.



On May 7, 2015, at 8:31 PM, Kevin Wollenweber via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

I could be wrong about this, and other listers, please feel free to chime
in, here and correct me emphatically, but it isn't the flatbed scanner that
needs to be "accessible"; you need to find a scan-and-read program that
works for you. If there are scanners out ther that work alone with JAWS,
please alert me to them and I'll ditch this thing I've got now, along with
the version of OPEN BOOK I currently have that no longer works, and get that
scanner.



I'm not trying to be snarky, here; I just was not aware that a scanner alone
could do the trick.



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Re: Reading long documents - Two questions on voices

Jimmy Jones
 

I'm sure someone has already mentioned this but I use the CTRL+UP or Down
Arrow to read by paragraph. P will read by paragraph if you are on a web
page.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Ali
Abdolrahmani via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2015 12:05 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Ali Abdolrahmani
Subject: Reading long documents - Two questions on voices

Hi,
I am a PhD student. I have to read many long papers and text books.
When I read technical papers, I have the following concerns and I would like
to know if any of members have suggestions or solutions:
1. I use sentence by sentence reading command of Jaws to be able to capture
as much as I read while reading. I pause between sentences and sometimes
take notes. My problem is when the cursor goes to the next paragraph, I
don't have any idea that the paragraph has changed.
Understanding the change in paragraph helps when you like to organize your
mind about the flow of concepts. Is there any solutions or workarounds that
we can receive an audio feedback when the cursor goes to next paragraph?

2. Second, for long and complex technical papers, I use expressive voices to
sound to me more naturally and not make me tired. My problem is that I need
to slow down the speed of the voice to be able to follow the complex
structure of my papers. I wish I could change the pause length between words
and after punctuations instead of slowing down the entire reading. Slowing
down the entire reading makes me tired after some while. Is there any high
quality synthesizer alternative voices that we can do this? I hope I could
express what I mean well enough for folks.

Regards
Ali


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Re: Recommending a Flatbed Scanner? You May Need More than That?

Jimmy Jones
 

You are correct. There are some stand-a-lone scanning systems, but the scan
and read software is already part of the system. I use Open Book Nine and
with a Pearl Camera, but when I feel the need a switch over to a Canon flat
bed.

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Kevin
Wollenweber via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2015 11:31 PM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Cc: Kevin Wollenweber
Subject: Recommending a Flatbed Scanner? You May Need More than That?

I could be wrong about this, and other listers, please feel free to chime
in, here and correct me emphatically, but it isn't the flatbed scanner that
needs to be "accessible"; you need to find a scan-and-read program that
works for you. If there are scanners out ther that work alone with JAWS,
please alert me to them and I'll ditch this thing I've got now, along with
the version of OPEN BOOK I currently have that no longer works, and get that
scanner.



I'm not trying to be snarky, here; I just was not aware that a scanner alone
could do the trick.



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Re: using free make video downloader

Ariel
 

Sorry, it was Free Make Video Converter. You can also use Pontes Media Downloader.

On 5/7/2015 5:38 PM, Mario via Jfw wrote:
does anyone use FMVD? I have tried in the past months to grab mp3s of youtube videos and have got them, but there's no progress announcement, and some of the controls arent spoken, so there's "button"s and "blank"s. are there any JAWS scripts to make this program more useable, or a setting to change to make it more accessible? or a program that's more screen reader friendly?

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Re: using free make video downloader

Ariel
 

I instead use Free Make Video convertor.

On 5/7/2015 5:38 PM, Mario via Jfw wrote:
does anyone use FMVD? I have tried in the past months to grab mp3s of youtube videos and have got them, but there's no progress announcement, and some of the controls arent spoken, so there's "button"s and "blank"s. are there any JAWS scripts to make this program more useable, or a setting to change to make it more accessible? or a program that's more screen reader friendly?

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Re: Good laptop?

Kristoffer Gustafsson
 

What is wrong with hp?
I was thinking to buy one.

Skickat från min iPhone

8 maj 2015 kl. 11:07 skrev Ed Marquette via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>:


I have to second this. My law firm buys Lenovo laptops for all
attorneys, and my own personal machines have all been Lenovo for
at least a decade. So, I don't have much experience with other
laptops, but I've never had problems with a Lenovo. My sons, both
engineers, have had bad luck with HP and Del laptops.
The important thing to look for (and this is not consistent among
laptops, even laptops in the Lenovo line) is the presence (or
availability) of an applications key and two insert keys. As
between having an applications key and two insert keys, I'd go for
an applications key -- unless you have a handy way, by dot or
something, to locate the shift F-10 key.
You know Shift F-10 doubles as an applications key which, itself,
simulates a right mouse click.
Also, I should clarify what I mean by two insert keys. I'm
referring to both a caps lock key and an insert key that are
simultaneously available as JAWS keys. There are some operations
that, for clumsy me, just cannot be executed with the caps lock
key functioning as a JAWS key -- at least not without gymnastics.
So, the ideal set-up is to have the JAWS key available both
through an insert key and a caps lock key and a separate
applications key.
That's not always possible, and you may need to get someone to
mess around in the computer settings to get them.
Take care.

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of
Kimber Gardner via Jfw
Sent: Friday, May 8, 2015 3:53 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Kimber Gardner
Subject: Re: Good laptop?

I've always had good luck with Lenovo laptops.

On 5/7/15, Harry Spencer via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Hello All.



A few months ago someone recommended a laptop for use with JAWS.
Of
corse at the time, I didn't need a laptop, and now I do. I
believe the
cost was about $400. I'll be using Windows 7, JAWS 15 and Office
2010.
If someone could pass on the recommendation again, I would
appreciate
it.



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Re: Good laptop?

Ed Marquette <marquette.ed@...>
 

I have to second this. My law firm buys Lenovo laptops for all
attorneys, and my own personal machines have all been Lenovo for
at least a decade. So, I don't have much experience with other
laptops, but I've never had problems with a Lenovo. My sons, both
engineers, have had bad luck with HP and Del laptops.
The important thing to look for (and this is not consistent among
laptops, even laptops in the Lenovo line) is the presence (or
availability) of an applications key and two insert keys. As
between having an applications key and two insert keys, I'd go for
an applications key -- unless you have a handy way, by dot or
something, to locate the shift F-10 key.
You know Shift F-10 doubles as an applications key which, itself,
simulates a right mouse click.
Also, I should clarify what I mean by two insert keys. I'm
referring to both a caps lock key and an insert key that are
simultaneously available as JAWS keys. There are some operations
that, for clumsy me, just cannot be executed with the caps lock
key functioning as a JAWS key -- at least not without gymnastics.
So, the ideal set-up is to have the JAWS key available both
through an insert key and a caps lock key and a separate
applications key.
That's not always possible, and you may need to get someone to
mess around in the computer settings to get them.
Take care.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of
Kimber Gardner via Jfw
Sent: Friday, May 8, 2015 3:53 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Kimber Gardner
Subject: Re: Good laptop?

I've always had good luck with Lenovo laptops.

On 5/7/15, Harry Spencer via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Hello All.



A few months ago someone recommended a laptop for use with JAWS.
Of
corse at the time, I didn't need a laptop, and now I do. I
believe the
cost was about $400. I'll be using Windows 7, JAWS 15 and Office
2010.
If someone could pass on the recommendation again, I would
appreciate
it.



Thanks. Harry



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Re: Good laptop?

Kimber Gardner
 

I've always had good luck with Lenovo laptops.

On 5/7/15, Harry Spencer via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Hello All.



A few months ago someone recommended a laptop for use with JAWS. Of corse
at
the time, I didn't need a laptop, and now I do. I believe the cost was
about
$400. I'll be using Windows 7, JAWS 15 and Office 2010. If someone could
pass on the recommendation again, I would appreciate it.



Thanks. Harry



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Running about:blank

David Moore
 

Thanks guys. Sorry that I messed up about ctrl L working in IE. That
is interesting they both work. I have learned so much from all of
you. You all make me smile every day! I did create a blank page in
IE. I like Google as my home page, but I just wanted to know how to
have the blank page if I wanted this. Happy Mother's day for all of
you mothers out there!


Re: Recommending a Flatbed Scanner? You May Need More than That?

Feliciano G
 

I do realize that there is more to just the actual scanner. The software side as far as OCR goes it's already taken care of. That is why that is not brought up on the original message.

On May 7, 2015, at 8:31 PM, Kevin Wollenweber via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

I could be wrong about this, and other listers, please feel free to chime
in, here and correct me emphatically, but it isn't the flatbed scanner that
needs to be "accessible"; you need to find a scan-and-read program that
works for you. If there are scanners out ther that work alone with JAWS,
please alert me to them and I'll ditch this thing I've got now, along with
the version of OPEN BOOK I currently have that no longer works, and get that
scanner.



I'm not trying to be snarky, here; I just was not aware that a scanner alone
could do the trick.



Kevin Wollenweber

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Recommending a Flatbed Scanner? You May Need More than That?

Kevin Wollenweber <dancingweed@...>
 

I could be wrong about this, and other listers, please feel free to chime
in, here and correct me emphatically, but it isn't the flatbed scanner that
needs to be "accessible"; you need to find a scan-and-read program that
works for you. If there are scanners out ther that work alone with JAWS,
please alert me to them and I'll ditch this thing I've got now, along with
the version of OPEN BOOK I currently have that no longer works, and get that
scanner.



I'm not trying to be snarky, here; I just was not aware that a scanner alone
could do the trick.



Kevin Wollenweber

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Re: using free make video downloader

northstar1950@...
 

hmmm, i install a plugin in to my browsier that allows me to download the youtube material by clicking on a link for .mp4 or .mp3 and i believe even .flv here's a sendspace link to the plugin installer:

https://www.sendspace.com/file/7psxlc


Legend has it that on Thursday 5/7/2015 04:53 PM, Bill White via Jfw said:
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Hi, Mario. I use a different approach when getting audio from YouTube. I use a website, and download the resulting file. The link is below.

http://convert2mp3.net/en/

Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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does anyone use FMVD? I have tried in the past months to grab mp3s of youtube videos and have got them, but there's no progress announcement, and some of the controls arent spoken, so there's "button"s and "blank"s. are there any JAWS scripts to make this program more useable, or a setting to change to make it more accessible? or a program that's more screen reader friendly?

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