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Re: How do I get to where I can paste some JAWS script files?

Kramlinger, Keith G., M.D.
 

Yes, I think it works both ways. I'm the only user on this machine, so I can't confirm but putting the files in either MySettings or SharedSettings seemed to do the trick.

Thanks again for the help.

Keith

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne via Jfw
Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2015 7:31 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Ann Byrne
Subject: RE: How do I get to where I can paste some JAWS script files?

I always put scripts into shared settings. It has lots more files than 'explore my settings' ... and it works. It may be that both ways work, though. Try it and let us know????
At 06:41 PM 8/15/2015, you wrote:
Thanks Ann and Paul,

Your responses were very similar except the last direction.

Paul said to enter on Explore My Settings.
Ann said to enter on Explore Shared Settings.

I see both options when I arrow right on Explore JAWS.

Is it one of the other of these options, or either?

Thanks. Keith

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Martz via Jfw
Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2015 5:44 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Cc: Paul Martz
Subject: RE: How do I get to where I can paste some JAWS script files?

Jinx! LOL.
-Paul

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via Jfw

1. Press the windows key.
2. Up arrow to all programs
3. Right arrow once to back submenu
4. Arrow down twice to get into the list of programs.
5. Down arrow to Jaws16 (closed) and right arrow to open it.
6. Down arrow to 'explore JAWS' (closed) and right arrow to open it.
7. Down arrow to 'explore shared settings' and press enter to open it.
8. Paste your files here.


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did I do this right?

Curt Taubert
 

I went to the scripts page and, it told me about blind tunes for itunes from doitblind.com.
I think it was Wednesday or Thursday when I purchased them. It said that I would receive an unlock code with in 24 hours. Is there another way to get the scripts?
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Re: How do I get to where I can paste some JAWS script files?

Paul Martz <skewmatrix@...>
 

There are 3 reasons to add a script as a user setting (instead of a shared
setting), at least 3 that I can think of.

1. If you have more than one user on your computer and they all want
different scripts for the same apps. Seems unlikely.
2. If your computer just has one user: You. In that case, it doesn't matter
if you add the script as a user setting or a shared setting.
3. If you plan to move to a new computer someday, some migration tools make
it easy to copy your settings to the new computer. Some of these tools
aren't so great at migrating shared settings.

In my case, I'm the only user on my machine, so I just add them as user
settings. I don't think I mess with shared settings at all. Lots of stuff
does end up getting added to shared settings (non-JAWS stuff), and I think
that happens automatically when various software gets installed.
-Paul

-----Original Message-----

I always put scripts into shared settings. It has lots more files than
'explore
my settings' ... and it works. It may be that both ways work, though.
Try it
and let us know????


JAWS andreading viewer comments on History Channel Facebook page

Tusing <ptusing@...>
 

Hi,

I ask if there are

Instruction steps for getting to individual viewer comments on

The History Channel Facebook page?



Does a FACEBOOK page have to be specially marked up

To work with a screen reader?

(I was thinking about Adobe pdf's since they have to be

Marked up to work with JAWS)



Is there another screen reader or are there special settings in JAWS that
would take one to the

Viewer comments on History Channel website which are on the far rightside
of the page but cannot be reached by JAWS.



Is there some coding for accessibility that the History Channel somehow
never heard of or bothered to use on its site?



Please I would appreciate any and all help.



Thank you very much.

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Re: Solved, sorta: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi, Brad. I sort of misunderstood the problem you are having. The instructions I gave you are for options that determine how the AddOn works with firefox. If the AddOn itself is inaccessible, there isn't really much you can do, no matter what browser you are using. This is because it isn't the settings for the AddOn in Firefox which aren't accessible, it is the AddOn itself.

An example of this is Flash Player by Adobe. You can install the AddOn, and you can even use some of its features when you click on a media stream that uses Flash Player. But once Flash Player is started, there are many buttons and labels within the program which are not visible to JAWS.

Sorry I couldn't help more with your problem.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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Sent: Sunday, August 16, 2015 11:38 AM
Subject: Solved, sorta: Re: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?


I added another add-on to Firefox called Classic Theme Restorer, which gave the toolbars an option to show text labels instead of icons. This did solve the problem of not being able to find the Add-On I had first installed. I did have to use the instructions previously provided on this list to allow the virtual cursor to work, but that was no problem. So now I can find the icon on the "toolbar", but when I click it, JAWS just kind of shuts up. So although I got access to the add-on icon, the add-on itself is not accessible, and it seems to be that way for many of the add-ons including the ones that came with Firefox. I clicked on something called "Hello", and then couldn't do anything with that either. Now Classic Theme Restorer I could read.

In short, install whatever add-ons you want, but it's anybody's guess whether you'll be able to do anything with them. That's what I learned today.


Brad

On 8/16/2015 12:17 PM, Brad Martin via Jfw wrote:
Thanks, Bill. I did that (and just did it again following your instructions), and it does let me choose whether to autoupdate the add-on or not, and it gives me buttons to disable or remove the add-on. But there's a whole interface I'm supposed to be able to manipulate that I can't get to. I think if I can get someone sighted to click on the add-on icon on the toolbar, I can move it to the menu bar, and then I might be able to access it. There's apparently a little stopsign looking icon that sighted people can get to, so when somebody's here I'll try that. You apparently can't do it with JAWS because the toolbar is a row of icons with no labels that I never knew existed (virtual cursor can't even find it).

Thanks anyway. This was fun.

Brad



On 8/16/2015 11:56 AM, Bill White wrote:
Hi, Brad. I use Firefox with JAWS13. I only have one AddOn which has options. This is Navigational Sounds. Here is what I do to reach the options for Navigational Sounds within Firefox.

1. Start Firefox.
2. Press the ALT key and Right Arrow over to Tools.
3. Down Arrow to AddOns, and press Enter.
4. Turn off the Virtual Cursor by pressing Jawskey plus the letter Z.
5. Tab once to reach a listbox containing the following menu items:
A. Get AddOns
B. Extensions
c. Appearance
d. PlugIns
e. Services
6. The AddOn for which you want to configure the options will probably be found in either:
B. Extensions
or
e. Services
7. Arrow up or down through the various AddOns found in these lists.
8. Once you find The right AddOn in the list, Make sure the Virtual Cursor is still off.
9. Arrow up and down a couple of times to make sure the AddOn is selected.
10. Press Enter on the appropriate AddOn.
11. You will know if the press of the Enter key takes effect or not, because when it does, JAWS will say, "Read Only".
12. Tab several times, and you may see links to the person who created the AddOn.
13. Finally you may see an Options Button. Use Space Bar to press this button.
14. As you use the Tab key, there will be a list of options to configure.
15. Once you have configured the AddOn's options (usually with check boxes, but also can be with Combo Boxes), Press CONTROL plus W to close the AddOns Manager Window.
16. The AddOn should now be properly configured.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2015 8:22 PM
Subject: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?


Does anybody know how to actually use Add-ons in Firefox? Sure, I can install the add-ons, and I can go to the Add-on manager to enable, disable, or remove them. But how do you actually get to them without a mouse and a set of functioning eyes? I've Googled and Googled, and all I find is that I'm supposed to use something called an Add-on Bar. Wish I could find one. I've tabbed until my tab key almost went on strike from abuse, and I don't see anything like that. Going to the View, Toolbars, option doesn't allow me to choose Add-on bar. I found a shortcut key, Control /, that's supposed to turn the Add-on bar on or off, but I don't know if mine's on or off, because I can't find it before or after I press Control /

Any bright ideas? I installed an Add-on and it's functioning, but I'm supposed to be able to configure its options, and well, yeah, no, not so much.

Thanks,
Brad
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Itunes working better with Jaws

Robert Logue
 

The latest update seems to have fixed some of the keyboard navigation problems intruded in the previous update. In particular; f6 is now working more as expected. Also, tabbing through the interface does not read every label and every control. That was a pain.

Still needs work but not quite the mess it was.

No improvement in the get info screen. Still hard to move through some long lists. Still no hot keys in some areas.

Bob


iTunes 12.2.2.25


Solved, sorta: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?

Brad Martin
 

I added another add-on to Firefox called Classic Theme Restorer, which gave the toolbars an option to show text labels instead of icons. This did solve the problem of not being able to find the Add-On I had first installed. I did have to use the instructions previously provided on this list to allow the virtual cursor to work, but that was no problem. So now I can find the icon on the "toolbar", but when I click it, JAWS just kind of shuts up. So although I got access to the add-on icon, the add-on itself is not accessible, and it seems to be that way for many of the add-ons including the ones that came with Firefox. I clicked on something called "Hello", and then couldn't do anything with that either. Now Classic Theme Restorer I could read.

In short, install whatever add-ons you want, but it's anybody's guess whether you'll be able to do anything with them. That's what I learned today.


Brad

On 8/16/2015 12:17 PM, Brad Martin via Jfw wrote:
Thanks, Bill. I did that (and just did it again following your instructions), and it does let me choose whether to autoupdate the add-on or not, and it gives me buttons to disable or remove the add-on. But there's a whole interface I'm supposed to be able to manipulate that I can't get to. I think if I can get someone sighted to click on the add-on icon on the toolbar, I can move it to the menu bar, and then I might be able to access it. There's apparently a little stopsign looking icon that sighted people can get to, so when somebody's here I'll try that. You apparently can't do it with JAWS because the toolbar is a row of icons with no labels that I never knew existed (virtual cursor can't even find it).

Thanks anyway. This was fun.

Brad



On 8/16/2015 11:56 AM, Bill White wrote:
Hi, Brad. I use Firefox with JAWS13. I only have one AddOn which has options. This is Navigational Sounds. Here is what I do to reach the options for Navigational Sounds within Firefox.

1. Start Firefox.
2. Press the ALT key and Right Arrow over to Tools.
3. Down Arrow to AddOns, and press Enter.
4. Turn off the Virtual Cursor by pressing Jawskey plus the letter Z.
5. Tab once to reach a listbox containing the following menu items:
A. Get AddOns
B. Extensions
c. Appearance
d. PlugIns
e. Services
6. The AddOn for which you want to configure the options will probably be found in either:
B. Extensions
or
e. Services
7. Arrow up or down through the various AddOns found in these lists.
8. Once you find The right AddOn in the list, Make sure the Virtual Cursor is still off.
9. Arrow up and down a couple of times to make sure the AddOn is selected.
10. Press Enter on the appropriate AddOn.
11. You will know if the press of the Enter key takes effect or not, because when it does, JAWS will say, "Read Only".
12. Tab several times, and you may see links to the person who created the AddOn.
13. Finally you may see an Options Button. Use Space Bar to press this button.
14. As you use the Tab key, there will be a list of options to configure.
15. Once you have configured the AddOn's options (usually with check boxes, but also can be with Combo Boxes), Press CONTROL plus W to close the AddOns Manager Window.
16. The AddOn should now be properly configured.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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Cc: "Brad Martin" <brad@formyfriends.org>
Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2015 8:22 PM
Subject: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?


Does anybody know how to actually use Add-ons in Firefox? Sure, I can install the add-ons, and I can go to the Add-on manager to enable, disable, or remove them. But how do you actually get to them without a mouse and a set of functioning eyes? I've Googled and Googled, and all I find is that I'm supposed to use something called an Add-on Bar. Wish I could find one. I've tabbed until my tab key almost went on strike from abuse, and I don't see anything like that. Going to the View, Toolbars, option doesn't allow me to choose Add-on bar. I found a shortcut key, Control /, that's supposed to turn the Add-on bar on or off, but I don't know if mine's on or off, because I can't find it before or after I press Control /

Any bright ideas? I installed an Add-on and it's functioning, but I'm supposed to be able to configure its options, and well, yeah, no, not so much.

Thanks,
Brad
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Re: Please unsubscribe me

Michal Nowicki <mnowicki4@...>
 

Jim,

Have you considered switching to digest delivery? This setting allows you to receive list mail in daily batches.

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Subject: Re: Please unsubscribe me

As I said, I would rather fix this problem so that I don't get so many emails all at the same time.

If I cannot find out how to do that, I will on subscribe using the method that you have outlined.

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You could try:
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which was at the bottom of your message.
Cheers
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Seems I am having the same issues. I have asked for information on how to change my preferences, and have received no response. I am considering canceling this subscription – but, how do I do it.

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Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

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Re: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?

Brad Martin
 

Thanks, Bill. I did that (and just did it again following your instructions), and it does let me choose whether to autoupdate the add-on or not, and it gives me buttons to disable or remove the add-on. But there's a whole interface I'm supposed to be able to manipulate that I can't get to. I think if I can get someone sighted to click on the add-on icon on the toolbar, I can move it to the menu bar, and then I might be able to access it. There's apparently a little stopsign looking icon that sighted people can get to, so when somebody's here I'll try that. You apparently can't do it with JAWS because the toolbar is a row of icons with no labels that I never knew existed (virtual cursor can't even find it).

Thanks anyway. This was fun.

Brad

On 8/16/2015 11:56 AM, Bill White wrote:
Hi, Brad. I use Firefox with JAWS13. I only have one AddOn which has options. This is Navigational Sounds. Here is what I do to reach the options for Navigational Sounds within Firefox.

1. Start Firefox.
2. Press the ALT key and Right Arrow over to Tools.
3. Down Arrow to AddOns, and press Enter.
4. Turn off the Virtual Cursor by pressing Jawskey plus the letter Z.
5. Tab once to reach a listbox containing the following menu items:
A. Get AddOns
B. Extensions
c. Appearance
d. PlugIns
e. Services
6. The AddOn for which you want to configure the options will probably be found in either:
B. Extensions
or
e. Services
7. Arrow up or down through the various AddOns found in these lists.
8. Once you find The right AddOn in the list, Make sure the Virtual Cursor is still off.
9. Arrow up and down a couple of times to make sure the AddOn is selected.
10. Press Enter on the appropriate AddOn.
11. You will know if the press of the Enter key takes effect or not, because when it does, JAWS will say, "Read Only".
12. Tab several times, and you may see links to the person who created the AddOn.
13. Finally you may see an Options Button. Use Space Bar to press this button.
14. As you use the Tab key, there will be a list of options to configure.
15. Once you have configured the AddOn's options (usually with check boxes, but also can be with Combo Boxes), Press CONTROL plus W to close the AddOns Manager Window.
16. The AddOn should now be properly configured.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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Cc: "Brad Martin" <brad@formyfriends.org>
Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2015 8:22 PM
Subject: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?


Does anybody know how to actually use Add-ons in Firefox? Sure, I can install the add-ons, and I can go to the Add-on manager to enable, disable, or remove them. But how do you actually get to them without a mouse and a set of functioning eyes? I've Googled and Googled, and all I find is that I'm supposed to use something called an Add-on Bar. Wish I could find one. I've tabbed until my tab key almost went on strike from abuse, and I don't see anything like that. Going to the View, Toolbars, option doesn't allow me to choose Add-on bar. I found a shortcut key, Control /, that's supposed to turn the Add-on bar on or off, but I don't know if mine's on or off, because I can't find it before or after I press Control /

Any bright ideas? I installed an Add-on and it's functioning, but I'm supposed to be able to configure its options, and well, yeah, no, not so much.

Thanks,
Brad
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Re: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi, Brad. I use Firefox with JAWS13. I only have one AddOn which has options. This is Navigational Sounds. Here is what I do to reach the options for Navigational Sounds within Firefox.

1. Start Firefox.
2. Press the ALT key and Right Arrow over to Tools.
3. Down Arrow to AddOns, and press Enter.
4. Turn off the Virtual Cursor by pressing Jawskey plus the letter Z.
5. Tab once to reach a listbox containing the following menu items:
A. Get AddOns
B. Extensions
c. Appearance
d. PlugIns
e. Services
6. The AddOn for which you want to configure the options will probably be found in either:
B. Extensions
or
e. Services
7. Arrow up or down through the various AddOns found in these lists.
8. Once you find The right AddOn in the list, Make sure the Virtual Cursor is still off.
9. Arrow up and down a couple of times to make sure the AddOn is selected.
10. Press Enter on the appropriate AddOn.
11. You will know if the press of the Enter key takes effect or not, because when it does, JAWS will say, "Read Only".
12. Tab several times, and you may see links to the person who created the AddOn.
13. Finally you may see an Options Button. Use Space Bar to press this button.
14. As you use the Tab key, there will be a list of options to configure.
15. Once you have configured the AddOn's options (usually with check boxes, but also can be with Combo Boxes), Press CONTROL plus W to close the AddOns Manager Window.
16. The AddOn should now be properly configured.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2015 8:22 PM
Subject: Mozilla Firefox Add-ons with JAWS?


Does anybody know how to actually use Add-ons in Firefox? Sure, I can install the add-ons, and I can go to the Add-on manager to enable, disable, or remove them. But how do you actually get to them without a mouse and a set of functioning eyes? I've Googled and Googled, and all I find is that I'm supposed to use something called an Add-on Bar. Wish I could find one. I've tabbed until my tab key almost went on strike from abuse, and I don't see anything like that. Going to the View, Toolbars, option doesn't allow me to choose Add-on bar. I found a shortcut key, Control /, that's supposed to turn the Add-on bar on or off, but I don't know if mine's on or off, because I can't find it before or after I press Control /

Any bright ideas? I installed an Add-on and it's functioning, but I'm supposed to be able to configure its options, and well, yeah, no, not so much.

Thanks,
Brad
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Re: Cortana

david <davidwhitehead1957@...>
 

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Subject: Cortana

Could someone give instruction for setting up Cortana.

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Re: Please unsubscribe me

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okay, then!

go fix the problem,

follow the link,
http://lists.the-jdh.com/mailman/listinfo/jfw_lists.the-jdh.com

now, you can set the messages to digest,

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Jim Hamilton via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, August 16, 2015 10:11 AM
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Subject: Re: Please unsubscribe me

As I said, I would rather fix this problem so that I don't get so many emails all at the same time.

If I cannot find out how to do that, I will on subscribe using the method that you have outlined.

Jim H



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On Aug 16, 2015, at 9:58 AM, Alex Stone via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

You could try:
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which was at the bottom of your message.
Cheers
Alex

On 16/08/2015 14:32, Jim Hamilton via Jfw wrote:
Seems I am having the same issues. I have asked for information on how to change my preferences, and have received no response. I am considering canceling this subscription – but, how do I do it.

Jim H


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Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

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Re: Please unsubscribe me

HAMILTON
 

So, doing that will NOT "unsubscribe" myself? I would really plike to alter
my preferences. Thanks.

Jim H

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Subject: Re: Please unsubscribe me

You could try:
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which was at the bottom of your message.
Cheers
Alex

On 16/08/2015 14:32, Jim Hamilton via Jfw wrote:
Seems I am having the same issues. I have asked for information on how to
change my preferences, and have received no response. I am considering
canceling this subscription - but, how do I do it.

Jim H


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On Aug 16, 2015, at 8:51 AM, Hassan via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

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<jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:



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Re: Please unsubscribe me

HAMILTON
 

As I said, I would rather fix this problem so that I don't get so many emails all at the same time.

If I cannot find out how to do that, I will on subscribe using the method that you have outlined.

Jim H



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On Aug 16, 2015, at 9:58 AM, Alex Stone via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

You could try:
http://lists.the-jdh.com/mailman/listinfo/jfw_lists.the-jdh.co
which was at the bottom of your message.
Cheers
Alex

On 16/08/2015 14:32, Jim Hamilton via Jfw wrote:
Seems I am having the same issues. I have asked for information on how to change my preferences, and have received no response. I am considering canceling this subscription – but, how do I do it.

Jim H


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On Aug 16, 2015, at 8:51 AM, Hassan via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

Sent from my iPhone

On 15 Aug 2015, at 5:03 pm, Anthony D. D'Altrui via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:



Anthony D. D'Altrui
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Re: Please unsubscribe me

david <davidwhitehead1957@...>
 

perhaps you should read the information at the following page,
also this link is found at the bottom of every message.

http://lists.the-jdh.com/mailman/listinfo/jfw_lists.the-jdh.com

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Sent: Sunday, August 16, 2015 9:32 AM
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Subject: Re: Please unsubscribe me

Seems I am having the same issues. I have asked for information on how to change my preferences, and have received no response. I am considering canceling this subscription – but, how do I do it.

Jim H


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On Aug 16, 2015, at 8:51 AM, Hassan via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

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On 15 Aug 2015, at 5:03 pm, Anthony D. D'Altrui via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:



Anthony D. D'Altrui
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940 Cricklewood Drive, Unit 139
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Re: Please unsubscribe me

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You could try:
http://lists.the-jdh.com/mailman/listinfo/jfw_lists.the-jdh.co
which was at the bottom of your message.
Cheers
Alex

On 16/08/2015 14:32, Jim Hamilton via Jfw wrote:
Seems I am having the same issues. I have asked for information on how to change my preferences, and have received no response. I am considering canceling this subscription – but, how do I do it.

Jim H


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On Aug 16, 2015, at 8:51 AM, Hassan via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

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On 15 Aug 2015, at 5:03 pm, Anthony D. D'Altrui via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:



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940 Cricklewood Drive, Unit 139
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Re: Please unsubscribe me

HAMILTON
 

Seems I am having the same issues. I have asked for information on how to change my preferences, and have received no response. I am considering canceling this subscription – but, how do I do it.

Jim H


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On Aug 16, 2015, at 8:51 AM, Hassan via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

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On 15 Aug 2015, at 5:03 pm, Anthony D. D'Altrui via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:



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940 Cricklewood Drive, Unit 139
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Re: Please unsubscribe me

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Immediately still receiving hundreds of messages despite unsubscribing?

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Question about accessing jaws help

Michael Chopra <justforlists689@...>
 

Hey guys. On a toshiba satilite pro, in jaws help, how do you select a topic you wantgh It tels me to press inter then f6, but this does not work.
Thanks for your help.

From Michael.


Cortana

thomas williams
 

Could someone give instruction for setting up Cortana.

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