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Re: How to save, not just play, Descriptive movies

David Moore
 

Hey, I just did what Tim said, and I saved a video with Google Chrome. Have a great one.
 
 

From: Tim Ford
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 5:57 PM
Subject: How to save, not just play, Descriptive movies
 
I believe the steps are the same regardless of which browser being used, IE, Firefox, Chrome.  Instead of just hitting enter, which generally is for playing the video, use the applications key to get to the “save target as”, which is a Windows option, not specific to any browser.  Easy as pie, and works much better.
 
Tim Ford
 
 
From: dennis
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies
 
what browser are you using.

On 2/16/2016 4:17 PM, George Marshall wrote:
Hi:
I am unable to get a MP3 file to download "meet me in St  Louis", it starts playing on the computer, can you help?
Thanks,

George R. Marshall
geoma4.marshall@... 

-----Original Message-----
From: dennis [mailto:dennisc67@...] 
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2016 10:48 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

http://www.cheeseheadhosting.us./downloads.php

http://jeff.tdrealms.com/




On 2/5/2016 8:57 PM, HAMILTON wrote:


	Would someone please provide these 2 links for downloading described movie audio tracks? Thank you. Jim H 










Re: Descriptive movies

David Moore
 

Hi,
I am so excited over the two links I read. What is this? I have never heard of Ray star and Jeff on the other web site. Could you all please tell me more about these, sites, how to play them. I went down through the links on Ray Star's site, and was totally amazed over all of the literature that I could download. I have already downloaded two great works. My My! Are there anymore web sites like this. Please give any links that are similar to this. I just had a strong cup of coffee, so I am so excited over seeing these web sites, that my hands are shaking. All of you on these lists have blessed me so very much with information and knowledge, and I pass it along to other blind folks who cry, because they have no idea that this stuff exists. Thank you.

-----Original Message-----
From: andy.tidwell
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 5:27 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

Hello Have you tried going to the movie you want then pressing the right
mouse butten then using the arrow keys go to save target as and pressing
inter I know this
works well on a lot of sights. HTH.



Jesus died for us why cant we live for him.
-----Original Message-----
From: George Marshall
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 5:17 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

Hi:
I am unable to get a MP3 file to download "meet me in St Louis", it starts
playing on the computer, can you help?
Thanks,

George R. Marshall
geoma4.marshall@...

-----Original Message-----
From: dennis [mailto:dennisc67@...]
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2016 10:48 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

http://www.cheeseheadhosting.us./downloads.php

http://jeff.tdrealms.com/




On 2/5/2016 8:57 PM, HAMILTON wrote:


Would someone please provide these 2 links for downloading described movie
audio tracks? Thank you. Jim H


How to save, not just play, Descriptive movies

Tim Ford
 

I believe the steps are the same regardless of which browser being used, IE, Firefox, Chrome.  Instead of just hitting enter, which generally is for playing the video, use the applications key to get to the “save target as”, which is a Windows option, not specific to any browser.  Easy as pie, and works much better.
 
Tim Ford
 
 

From: dennis
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies
 
what browser are you using.

On 2/16/2016 4:17 PM, George Marshall wrote:
Hi:
I am unable to get a MP3 file to download "meet me in St  Louis", it starts playing on the computer, can you help?
Thanks,

George R. Marshall
geoma4.marshall@... 

-----Original Message-----
From: dennis [mailto:dennisc67@...] 
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2016 10:48 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

http://www.cheeseheadhosting.us./downloads.php

http://jeff.tdrealms.com/




On 2/5/2016 8:57 PM, HAMILTON wrote:


	Would someone please provide these 2 links for downloading described movie audio tracks? Thank you. Jim H 










Re: Descriptive movies

dennis
 

what browser are you using.

On 2/16/2016 4:17 PM, George Marshall wrote:
Hi:
I am unable to get a MP3 file to download "meet me in St  Louis", it starts playing on the computer, can you help?
Thanks,

George R. Marshall
geoma4.marshall@... 

-----Original Message-----
From: dennis [mailto:dennisc67@...] 
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2016 10:48 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

http://www.cheeseheadhosting.us./downloads.php

http://jeff.tdrealms.com/




On 2/5/2016 8:57 PM, HAMILTON wrote:


	Would someone please provide these 2 links for downloading described movie audio tracks? Thank you. Jim H 










Re: Descriptive movies

andy.tidwell
 

Hello Have you tried going to the movie you want then pressing the right mouse butten then using the arrow keys go to save target as and pressing inter I know this
works well on a lot of sights. HTH.



Jesus died for us why cant we live for him.

-----Original Message-----
From: George Marshall
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 5:17 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

Hi:
I am unable to get a MP3 file to download "meet me in St Louis", it starts playing on the computer, can you help?
Thanks,

George R. Marshall
geoma4.marshall@...

-----Original Message-----
From: dennis [mailto:dennisc67@...]
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2016 10:48 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

http://www.cheeseheadhosting.us./downloads.php

http://jeff.tdrealms.com/




On 2/5/2016 8:57 PM, HAMILTON wrote:


Would someone please provide these 2 links for downloading described movie audio tracks? Thank you. Jim H


Re: Latest Jaws 17 version and system tray on Windows 10

andy.tidwell
 

I just wonder if this has anything to do with the latest release of Jaws 17.1377 this version of jaws
has some known bugs in it we recommend that you either use
Jaws 16.0.4468 or 17.1214 freedom scientific needs to do more work on the latest version before we need to update to it.
 
Jesus died for us why cant we live for him.
 

Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 4:59 PM
Subject: Re: Latest Jaws 17 version and system tray on Windows 10
 

I'm not having that issue here, and I haven't seen it on any of my clients' machines either. This sounds like something specific to your machine, but I have no idea what it could be.

 

From: Don Risavy, Jr. [mailto:djrisavyjr@...]
Sent: Sunday, February 07, 2016 9:29 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Latest Jaws 17 version and system tray on Windows 10

 

Not sure when this started or for how long has been doing this; but, noticed that lately with the latest version of jaws 17 on my windows 10 system that each time use the jaws key plus f11 says can’t obtain or get the list of system tray.  I’ve even uninstalled and reinstalled the latest version of jaws 17 and still not working.

So wondered has anyone else experienced this issue as it’s only happening with Jaws as have tried other screen readers have installed and the list of system tray choices displays just fine with their commands.

So any thoughts or ideas and or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

 

 

 

 


Re: Descriptive movies

George Marshall
 

Hi:
I am unable to get a MP3 file to download "meet me in St Louis", it starts playing on the computer, can you help?
Thanks,

George R. Marshall
geoma4.marshall@...

-----Original Message-----
From: dennis [mailto:dennisc67@...]
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2016 10:48 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Descriptive movies

http://www.cheeseheadhosting.us./downloads.php

http://jeff.tdrealms.com/




On 2/5/2016 8:57 PM, HAMILTON wrote:


Would someone please provide these 2 links for downloading described movie audio tracks? Thank you. Jim H


Re: Latest Jaws 17 version and system tray on Windows 10

Londa Peterson
 

 I'm not having that issue here, and I haven't seen it on any of my clients' machines either. This sounds like something specific to your machine, but I have no idea what it could be.

 

From: Don Risavy, Jr. [mailto:djrisavyjr@...]
Sent: Sunday, February 07, 2016 9:29 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Latest Jaws 17 version and system tray on Windows 10

 

Not sure when this started or for how long has been doing this; but, noticed that lately with the latest version of jaws 17 on my windows 10 system that each time use the jaws key plus f11 says can’t obtain or get the list of system tray.  I’ve even uninstalled and reinstalled the latest version of jaws 17 and still not working.

So wondered has anyone else experienced this issue as it’s only happening with Jaws as have tried other screen readers have installed and the list of system tray choices displays just fine with their commands.

So any thoughts or ideas and or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

 

 

 

 


JAWS and Project Collaboration Software

Marc Sutton
 

Hi,
Does anyone have experience using JAWS with software such as Smart Sheet to collaborate on projects? Thanks for any help.
Marc


Re: missing shortcut error message

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

This is even more true if it  was an external drive to begin with.  However, if the drive was in the damaged case, and if it’s a traditional mechanical drive, I wouldn’t expect too much from it anyway.  We’ve all been warned against moving our PC’s when turned on; as in :”Oh well, I just trashed my 3GB storage device, but I sure nailed that paper clip.”  I guess the proliferation of solid-state drives will change that situation over time.

 

Ted

 

From: HAMILTON [mailto:jim.hamilton@...]
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2016 12:02 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: missing shortcut error message

 

it may not be fixed right away. : This won't solve your problem with shortcuts; but, you said something in your message that sounds "fishy" to me. You were told that it would be very expensive to remove your hard drive from your crashed machine and install your hard drive into another PC. Well, A friend of mine has done this for me a number of times over the last couple of decades, and it generally takes him anywhere between 10 and 30 minutes. In fact, I am sure that he could instruct me on how to do it myself rather easily. Now, you may not be "technically" inclined; but, that does not mean that people should be taking advantage of you regarding repair costs. Of course, if you have an extremely unusual, complicated PC configuration, requiring much time to get at the hard-drive connection points, ignore the above; but, I do not think that should be the case. Also, I too wonder if moving from XP to Win7 may have anything to do with this. So, I will watch, with interest, for further messages on this subject. Jim H


Re: Laptop keystrokes for various forms mode please

Russell Solowoniuk
 

Hi Jo,

When the form was created help text should have been added to each form
field. When a form field is inserted into a Word document, you can place the
cursor on the form field, press the applications key, and choose
"Properties". Then you can tab to the "Add Help Text" button and press
enterr. You will be taken to a dialogue box that allows you to type help
text, and choose for the text to appear in the status bar. For example, if
you insert a field for First Name, the help text you would type would be
"First name". That way when you tab to a form field with Jaws, the help text
will be read by Jaws. If this isn't the case, you might be able to read the
protected text by routing the Jaws cursor to the PC cursor... I'm not sure
about this though.

HTH.

Russell

-----Original Message-----
From: Jodie Hoger [mailto:jodiehoger@...]
Sent: Sunday, February 14, 2016 4:19 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Laptop keystrokes for various forms mode please

Hi List, just quickly, does anyone know the laptop keystrokes to move
through the various forms mode for a word 2013 form? I can access all the
edit areas without difficulty but can't read the protected text on the form.

Thanks,
Jo

Sent from my iPhone


Re: Jaws and Antivirus

Onwardbob
 

Hi, I tried to sign up but couldn't get past the "Accept and continue;"
button after entering all my info. Not pleased...

BOB SOUTAR.ONWARD THRU THE FOG

-----Original Message-----
From: David Moore [mailto:jesusloves1966@...]
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2016 11:47 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and Antivirus

Hi,
I strongly agree. I use the total protection, and I have never had a virus
on any of my computers in years. It is very accessible with JAWS. If you
need help with it, just email me at:
jesusloves1966@...
Have a great one.


-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Blackwell via Groups.io
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2016 8:55 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and Antivirus

At the risk of being redundant, McAfee Internet Security or McAfee Total
Protection are highly rated programs that are totally accessible as far as I
know. If you go to a site that has what is called a drive by virus on it,
McAfee will catch it. It's virus detection is very good. It would be a good
choice I think.



-----Original Message-----
From: David Moore [mailto:jesusloves1966@...]
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2016 3:47 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and Antivirus

Hi,
mcafee total protection is totally accessible with JAWS, and I know many
people who have never had a virus after using it for years. Have a great
one.


-----Original Message-----
From: David Ingram
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2016 4:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and Antivirus

I'd like to suggest mcafee live safe is a good program and works well with
jaws. You can buy the program and pay for a subscription after the first
year but I found the program to work great with jaws 16 maybe others can
speak in terms of it working with jaws 17 it is accessible and you can get
to things fast.

-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Hill [mailto:rviking@...]
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2016 11:17 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Jaws and Antivirus

I use Avast. It's been highly rated and it's free. It's ok with JAWS, too.\
rob Hill

-----Original Message-----
From: Sharon
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2016 12:28 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Jaws and Antivirus

I'm using Jaws 17 and AVG which conflicts with System Access which I also
use. Is there another antivirus program that works well with Jaws or at
least is somewhat accessible?
Sharon


Re: textbook scanning for teaching purposes

 

Gudrun,

            Thanks for the kind words.  You are in a uniquely thorny position as far as scanning goes because you're trying to work in material that is in two separate languages.  OCR has gotten extremely good, even on pretty sketchy copy, for material in a single language but I don't know whether the same can be said for things in two languages.  As you know from our private exchanges, I've tried scanning one of the books you refer to in both Swedish and English and neither gives satisfactory results in both languages at once.

            This is an instance where you could be the avant garde for your own needs and those of others, too.  I know you've given Tracker Software's PDF XChange Viewer a try, and what they provide for free is pretty remarkable, but not enough to get what you need.  I do not know whether one of their paid products might work, but it would be worth getting in touch with them to ask about that.  If they claim that one would, I think it would be entirely reasonable to ask them to process a single file using that software and returning the result to you so that you can actually evaluate the result before considering purchase.  I can't believe that the need for bilingual OCR is frequent, but it certainly is something that's going to occur for someone other than yourself.  I would be shocked if someone has not developed something that supports this, but I'd have to do the same digging as you will to determine who.

             As to finding the right assistant, no matter how much we love our loved ones and they love us in return, they're generally not the best option for several reasons.  This is particularly so if someone is easily frustrated with technology that doesn't function perfectly all the time.  A big part of it all is dealing with the inevitable issues that arise when you are putting software layer upon software layer and expecting them all to seamlessly communicate with each other.  While we've come a long way in that department, you know better than most that we're not "there yet" as far as true seamlessness goes.

             These days you can pretty much configure monolingual OCR to handle most of the formatting eventualities you typically see in print.  Most can be easily set up to handle columns like in a newspaper, or tables.  There are still problems, though, when a table is presented in columns but with no structure surrounding the table itself.  Then the software has to make a guess as to whether it's something in "newspaper columnar" format or "table row and columnar" format and that's not easy to do absent clear delimiters that suggest one versus the other.

Brian


Re: textbook scanning for teaching purposes

Joseph Sickora
 

On 2/15/16, Gudrun Brunot <gbrunot@...> wrote:
Brian, I meant to reply to this very nice post of yours. Yes, collaboration
would be great, but I haven't quite found the ideal constellation yet. My
partner, Rob, is very helpful, has a great eye for graphical aspects.
Unfortunately, he gets very upset with "the system not working right," That
is, when there is no feedback with JAWS in some situations, that Adobe hangs
when I'm opening a huge file from someone, etc. If I can give him very
specific situations, like "I'm having to fill in a forms for a translation
agency that wants me to possibly work for them, but I can't fill out the
subject areas I'm supposed to check off," stuff like that, he's fine. But if
it turns into a run-around and wild goose chase with information blackout,
system hangs, and so forth, he gets really furious, and I hate having him
get so worked up. I tell him not to let it eat his liver, and he hears me,
but it doesn't help in the final outcome. It takes what we Swedes call "ice
in the stomach" to deal with not-so-perfect accessibility.

I hear what you say, nothing equals sight when it comes to speed and
frustration avoidance when we're up against deadlines. I've had a reader,
Sandra, for a while, and I saved all those videos to describe, programs with
tricky installations, hard-to-read manuals, agency online sign-up sheets
(they want you to work for them, and "will you please click here to fill out
our application for new translators..." I had a transcription/translation
project consisting of 86 files, and she and I went through them together to
make sure all the names corresponded to what the source files were called,
how long each file was according to my time stamps and actual file lengths,
etc.... Rob would have gone nuts having to deal with that. She took a lot of
that frustration off our minds here. These are things that may look so awful
to the person who hires you. They may actually be pretty negligible as far
as practical importance, and most of your work may be perfect. Only, those
little lapses may give the impression of sloppiness and does not at all
reflect the hours and hours you've actually spent making sure that the stuff
that's crucial is absolutely perfect. She has now gotten other work, so
she's no longer available.

Anyway, thanks for those kind words.

I did uninstall Adobe DC and installed Adobe XI. I did try opening that
file. It opened all right, and Adobe starting going through the typical
recognition process. So, thinking I could do some other things while that
was happening,, I alt-tabbed away, and, ooops, system hang. I tried closing
programs, but the response was like 20 seconds off. I hit as many alt-f4 as
I could, went to have dinner and listened to the radio for an hour or two.
Now, my system is responding as normal. I'll try once more to open that
file, and leave the recognition process alone, without making any attempts
at simultaneous activities.

Gudrun

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@...]
Sent: Saturday, February 06, 2016 2:59 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: textbook scanning for teaching purposes

On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 01:39 pm, Gudrun Brunot <gbrunot@...>
wrote:


information blackout

I can't, and don't take credit for that particularly succinct and accurate
turn of phrase. That goes to Joseph Lee.

Gudrun, not that no one works alone, but most of us don't. With your
talents a collaboration might solve that "toe biting" provided the person
you're working with is on the same metaphorical page as you are about
deadlines. There are times when there is no substitute for sight when
speed, and lack of frustration, are of the essence for a project. What you
bring to the table goes beyond mere editing, and getting a decent
editor/format-checker would, I hope, be possible. I'd love to be able to do
that with someone. A friend of mine is an author, but her work goes through
"standard editing" as part of the publication process. Being able to
produce press-ready material is a real challenge for everyone.

Brian, been there, done that on a limited basis






If the quality can be good and the end product be formated so you can
navigate throught it, I'm all for it. Astime goes by and I find I
can't read things like the numbers of my checks, I sometimes wonder
whether the capabilities of scanners are oversold. When I converse
with people about their scanning experiences, the ability to navigate
through whatever has been scanned through throws our conversation off.
I often wonder whre we would be if the talking Optacon had been fully
developed. When I read newspaper or magazine copy, as slow as it was,
I realized that I had to go to the proper column on the next page to
contine the specific story I was reading. So when I scan with my
openbook, my wish is to read a particular story in its entirety and
skip over the columns I don't want. This is quite challenging.

Thank you for your post. I hope you aren't anoyed by my thoughts.

Sincerely

Joseph Sickora


Re: rules

 

List rules can be found as the first (and only, at the moment) item in the JFW Wiki pages.


rules

Sandra Streeter
 

Could someone send me the list rules—I’d hate to think I would inadvertently break one because I didn’t know about it! Better safe... Thanks!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sandra
"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery
The Little Prince

This email has been sent from a virus-free computer protected by Avast.
www.avast.com


Re: Digest Frequency

James Homuth
 

For the record, that's how I had things set up on the list that existed before we moved to groups.io. It wasn't quite as noticeable then, however, on the not entirely unreasonable grounds that since the move we've gotten a lot more active.


From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@...]
Sent: February-15-16 12:28 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Digest Frequency

I see that some others, like myself, are somewhat confused by the fact that the "Daily Digest" is often sent more than once daily.  In my recent interaction with groups.io technical support with regard to the "Mute this Thread" function the following was stated:

Digests are generated at 10 PM Pacific or if there are 25 messages ready for a digest, whichever comes first.

This approach seems sensible, if not entirely intuitive, to me.  It prevents the digests from becoming huge during the periods of "hot and heavy" activity.

Brian


Re: textbook scanning for teaching purposes

Gudrun Brunot
 

Brian, I meant to reply to this very nice post of yours. Yes, collaboration would be great, but I haven't quite found the ideal constellation yet. My partner, Rob, is very helpful, has a great eye for graphical aspects. Unfortunately, he gets very upset with "the system not working right," That is, when there is no feedback with JAWS in some situations, that Adobe hangs when I'm opening a huge file from someone, etc. If I can give him very specific situations, like "I'm having to fill in a forms for a translation agency that wants me to possibly work for them, but I can't fill out the subject areas I'm supposed to check off," stuff like that, he's fine. But if it turns into a run-around and wild goose chase with information blackout, system hangs, and so forth, he gets really furious, and I hate having him get so worked up. I tell him not to let it eat his liver, and he hears me, but it doesn't help in the final outcome. It takes what we Swedes call "ice in the stomach" to deal with not-so-perfect accessibility.

I hear what you say, nothing equals sight when it comes to speed and frustration avoidance when we're up against deadlines. I've had a reader, Sandra, for a while, and I saved all those videos to describe, programs with tricky installations, hard-to-read manuals, agency online sign-up sheets (they want you to work for them, and "will you please click here to fill out our application for new translators..." I had a transcription/translation project consisting of 86 files, and she and I went through them together to make sure all the names corresponded to what the source files were called, how long each file was according to my time stamps and actual file lengths, etc.... Rob would have gone nuts having to deal with that. She took a lot of that frustration off our minds here. These are things that may look so awful to the person who hires you. They may actually be pretty negligible as far as practical importance, and most of your work may be perfect. Only, those little lapses may give the impression of sloppiness and does not at all reflect the hours and hours you've actually spent making sure that the stuff that's crucial is absolutely perfect. She has now gotten other work, so she's no longer available.

Anyway, thanks for those kind words.

I did uninstall Adobe DC and installed Adobe XI. I did try opening that file. It opened all right, and Adobe starting going through the typical recognition process. So, thinking I could do some other things while that was happening,, I alt-tabbed away, and, ooops, system hang. I tried closing programs, but the response was like 20 seconds off. I hit as many alt-f4 as I could, went to have dinner and listened to the radio for an hour or two. Now, my system is responding as normal. I'll try once more to open that file, and leave the recognition process alone, without making any attempts at simultaneous activities.

Gudrun

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@...]
Sent: Saturday, February 06, 2016 2:59 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: textbook scanning for teaching purposes

On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 01:39 pm, Gudrun Brunot <gbrunot@...> wrote:


information blackout

I can't, and don't take credit for that particularly succinct and accurate turn of phrase. That goes to Joseph Lee.

Gudrun, not that no one works alone, but most of us don't. With your talents a collaboration might solve that "toe biting" provided the person you're working with is on the same metaphorical page as you are about deadlines. There are times when there is no substitute for sight when speed, and lack of frustration, are of the essence for a project. What you bring to the table goes beyond mere editing, and getting a decent editor/format-checker would, I hope, be possible. I'd love to be able to do that with someone. A friend of mine is an author, but her work goes through "standard editing" as part of the publication process. Being able to produce press-ready material is a real challenge for everyone.

Brian, been there, done that on a limited basis


Digest Frequency

 

I see that some others, like myself, are somewhat confused by the fact that the "Daily Digest" is often sent more than once daily.  In my recent interaction with groups.io technical support with regard to the "Mute this Thread" function the following was stated:

Digests are generated at 10 PM Pacific or if there are 25 messages ready for a digest, whichever comes first.

This approach seems sensible, if not entirely intuitive, to me.  It prevents the digests from becoming huge during the periods of "hot and heavy" activity.

Brian


Laptop keystrokes for various forms mode please

Jodie Hoger
 

Hi List, just quickly, does anyone know the laptop keystrokes to move through the various forms mode for a word 2013 form? I can access all the edit areas without difficulty but can't read the protected text on the form.
Thanks,
Jo

Sent from my iPhone