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Re: Web-based gmail account

Soronel Haetir
 

I just use the "basic HTML" view and normal jaws navigation keys (h,
b, t, x, etc).

For instance to get to the message chain (after selecting one from the
table) I hit 1, 2, 2, 2. I could probably set up a bookmark but
haven't found it needful to do so.

I do _seriously_ recommend using the basic HTML view rather than
standard. Standard is much more dynamic and jaws has a hard time
dealing with that.

On 10/17/16, Marianne Denning <marianne@denningweb.com> wrote:
I will send more directions later. I am using the dictate feature on my
iPhone and cannot get enough information in. Please contact me off list if
you have specific questions.

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 17, 2016, at 7:59 PM, Paul Filpus <paulfilpus@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi All,

I set up a Google email account (gmail) in basic html and am having
trouble navigating through it. Where will I find JAWS shortcut keys for
gmail? I am using JAWS 17, Windows 10, and IE11.

I would welcome any suggestions or comments about how user-friendly you
find gmail to be.

Thanks,

Paul Filpus





--
Soronel Haetir
soronel.haetir@gmail.com


Re: Web-based gmail account

Marianne Denning
 

I will send more directions later. I am using the dictate feature on my iPhone and cannot get enough information in. Please contact me off list if you have specific questions.

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 17, 2016, at 7:59 PM, Paul Filpus <paulfilpus@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi All,

I set up a Google email account (gmail) in basic html and am having trouble navigating through it. Where will I find JAWS shortcut keys for gmail? I am using JAWS 17, Windows 10, and IE11.

I would welcome any suggestions or comments about how user-friendly you find gmail to be.

Thanks,

Paul Filpus




Re: Web-based gmail account

Marianne Denning
 

I use Gmail on a regular basis. I usually use standard view rather than the basic view since it has more functionality. You can't jump from email to email with X. If you want to delete an email you push the to check the email when you have picked all the ones you want to select hit insert F5 go

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 17, 2016, at 7:59 PM, Paul Filpus <paulfilpus@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi All,

I set up a Google email account (gmail) in basic html and am having trouble navigating through it. Where will I find JAWS shortcut keys for gmail? I am using JAWS 17, Windows 10, and IE11.

I would welcome any suggestions or comments about how user-friendly you find gmail to be.

Thanks,

Paul Filpus




Re: google drive and Jaws accessibility?

Marianne Denning
 

Absolutely! I teach my students to use it regularly.

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 17, 2016, at 7:15 PM, Lauren Snyder <princessesrule@...> wrote:

Hi,

 

Is Jaws 17 accessible for use on Google Drive?

 

 


Re: google drive and Jaws accessibility?

Ann Byrne
 

Check out
http://www.freedomscientific.com/Services/TrainingAndCertification/FreeWebinars

On Wednesday FS is having a webinar on exactly this topic.

At 06:15 PM 10/17/2016, you wrote:
Hi,

Is Jaws 17 accessible for use on Google Drive?



Web-based gmail account

Paul Filpus
 

Hi All,

I set up a Google email account (gmail) in basic html and am having trouble navigating through it. Where will I find JAWS shortcut keys for gmail? I am using JAWS 17, Windows 10, and IE11.

I would welcome any suggestions or comments about how user-friendly you find gmail to be.

Thanks,

Paul Filpus


google drive and Jaws accessibility?

Lauren Snyder
 

Hi,

 

Is Jaws 17 accessible for use on Google Drive?

 

 


Re: How to insert a 1-digit fraction into a 2013 word document

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

In this case, you probably know that vulgar indicates common exact rather than lewd.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Sieghard Weitzel
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 11:32 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How to insert a 1-digit fraction into a 2013 word document

Same here and I have had PDF files where I heard this what sounds like “vulgar” in front of numbers or text, very annoying.





From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Peter Tesar
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 4:23 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How to insert a 1-digit fraction into a 2013 word document



I did as you instructed. Now JAWS reads it as:
vulgar fraction one third

Is there a significance to hearing "vulgar fraction" before the symbol?

Peter T



On 2016-10-16 10:35 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:

Without using the Character Map program or the Insert Symbol command in Word is to use the "insert unicode character" command, which is done by typing the unicode code then immediately hitting ALT+X (no space, nothing after the code).

The one third symbol is unicode character 2153, so if you type 2153 immediately followed by ALT+X you'll get a on third (in Arial, but not all fonts have that symbol).

The two-thirds symbol is 2154.

Here are the available fraction symbols and their unicode code:

one-seventh 2150

one-ninth 2151

one-tenth 2152

one-third 2153

two-thirds 2154

one-fifth 2155

two-fifths 2156

three-fifths 2157

four-fifths 2158

one-sixth 2159

five-sixths 215A

one-eighth 215B

three-eighths 215C

five-eighths 215D

seven-eighths 215E

fraction numerator one 215F (which gives you one with the slash as one character, after which you can then type in what you want as a denominator)
















--
Brian


A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.

~ William James


Re: 32 bit or 64 - input please

 

On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 07:57 pm, Joseph Lee wrote:
Personally, I'd put more emphasis on RAM and secondary storage: processors are eager to do work, but response from memory is not up to the par sometimes. Also, I think you don't need a really fast processor - for most people, a decent I3 or an AMD APU would be enough.

 I missed this back in June, but just want to say, "Thanks for being the voice of reason."

Unless you are doing something really, really processing intensive like realtime multiplayer gaming with massive graphics processing or working with 3-D modeling software and need to be able to rotate those models to show to clients and have them be "perfect," there is seldom if ever a need for what are now (or even have been for a while) top of the line CPUs.  Screen readers simply are not that processing intensive but are just another "average" or ever-so-slightly above average processing intensive program.

Having sufficient RAM and of the fastest variety your machine supports usually makes a lot more difference in behavior that folks using mostly text-based programs, e.g., word processors, web browsers, and graphics-light or nearly graphics-static than the CPU/APU does.

I have been using a laptop with an AMD-A8-6400 APU for a couple of years now and routinely have two web browsers running with many tabs open in each.  Most often, like right now, I'll also have a word processor, File Explorer, and a couple of other foreground programs open (sometimes a screen reader among them) as well as background programs like Glasswire, Everything Search, Unchecky, Windows Defender, and f.lux running.  I very seldom experience any lag at all, even if I'm streaming video in one browser tab.

I've got only 8GB RAM (and these days 8GB is often standard).  I haven't seen a computer come with any less than 4GB of RAM when we're talking about a Windows laptop or desktop in several years now.  That's become the bare minimum.

As an aside, there's no reason at all to look for a 32-bit processor these days.  32-bit programs run just fine on 64-bit machines and most newer software is already written for 64-bit platforms and won't run on a 32-bit platform.

--

Brian


A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.

         ~ William James


Re: 32 bit or 64 - input please

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

There’s no price difference at all on JFW.  Both come packed on their distribution disks, and your system will install the correct version.

 

Ted

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of SingingHearts
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2016 2:14 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: 32 bit or 64 - input please

 

Shows how current I am. lol I was quite unaware of that, until a tech-savvy sighted friend mentioned something along the same lines just the other day. Naturally, my ears perked up when she mentioned that 64 bit is definitely faster, but I hesitated to jump too fast, since I'd heard - a few years ago now - that compatible versions of programs I used, including JFW, were more expensive. Not wanting to bite off more than I can financially chew, I decided to look before leaping, and it's sounding like 64 bit is definitely the way to go.

Tina C.

 

On Wed, Jun 29, 2016, 5:58 PM Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:

Tina,

         64-bit.  I didn't even know that anyone was selling a 32-bit machine in PC or laptop format these days.  32-bit is very rapidly going the way of the dinosaurs.


--
Brian


A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.

         ~ William James


Re: How to insert a 1-digit fraction into a 2013 word document

 

I don't want to restart my computer to fire up JAWS in 40-minute mode, so I thought I'd ask here:  Does the JAWS speech dictionary support regular expressions for pattern matching and/or replacement?

I just did a regular expression find and replace in NVDA to force the "cuban pesos" to not say "cuban pesos" if the word cup is preceded by any 3 or more character typed-out fraction.
--
Brian


A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.

         ~ William James


Re: JAWS 18, alt up and down arrows do not work in WLM during forward or reply.

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi Tim,
 
Here you go:
 
 
Take care.
Mike
Sent from my iBarstool.  Go Dodgers!

----- Original Message -----
From: Tim Ford
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 12:11 PM
Subject: JAWS 18, alt up and down arrows do not work in WLM during forward or reply.

What is the special email address or web site where you report problems with J18?  I need to again report, since this latest update did not correct the problem, whereby if you are forwarding or replying to an email in WLM, the alt up and down arrows do not work.  Has anyone else noticed this?
 
 
Tim Ford


Re: Things that make you go hmm

 

On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 11:52 am, Marquette, Ed wrote:
All one big family and no longer compete?

 Ed, pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!!  [I also don't know whether my sneer quotes around the word happy in the last post get interpreted in any meaningful way by screen readers.  I doubt very much that the folks at any of these companies that are sensing that their jobs, the product they've spent years working on, or both are happy.]
--
Brian


A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.

         ~ William James


JAWS 18, alt up and down arrows do not work in WLM during forward or reply.

Tim Ford
 

What is the special email address or web site where you report problems with J18?  I need to again report, since this latest update did not correct the problem, whereby if you are forwarding or replying to an email in WLM, the alt up and down arrows do not work.  Has anyone else noticed this?
 
 
Tim Ford


avast and jaws is there a problem

Mark Furness
 

In the past I saw a message which stated the avast does not play well with jaws. Is this correct or am I once again missing something?

Mark

 

 

 




Re: Things that make you go hmm

Marquette, Ed <Ed.Marquette@...>
 

All one big family and no longer compete?

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 1:50 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Things that make you go hmm

 

It really doesn't matter, at this point, who merged with whom last year or earlier this year (it's all blending together now).

Freedom Scientific and AISquared [ZoomText and Window-Eyes] are now both owned by VFO, and VFO owns Optelec as well.  You get this announcement if you go to freedomscientific.com, aisquared.com, or optelec.com.  They're all one, big, `happy` family now!
--
Brian


A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.

         ~ William James


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Re: Things that make you go hmm

 

It really doesn't matter, at this point, who merged with whom last year or earlier this year (it's all blending together now).

Freedom Scientific and AISquared [ZoomText and Window-Eyes] are now both owned by VFO, and VFO owns Optelec as well.  You get this announcement if you go to freedomscientific.com, aisquared.com, or optelec.com.  They're all one, big, `happy` family now!
--
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A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.

         ~ William James


Re: Things that make you go hmm

Mcginnis, Barbara
 

Window Eyes merged with AiSquared or rather G. W. Micro merged with AiSquared manufacturer of ZoomText.

-----Original Message-----
From: Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS) [mailto:Ted.Lisle@ky.gov]
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 12:32 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Things that make you go hmm

Good Heavens, what happened to the relationship with Microsoft! There goes free acquisition for Office users.

Ted

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Maria Campbell
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 1:23 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Things that make you go hmm

Ah. The makers of WindowEyes have merged with Freedom Scientific. You will hear all about it, I'm sure.


Maria Campbell
lucky1@gmail.com

Rather than build a wall to keep others out, we must build a chain that links us together.

On 6/14/2016 1:22 PM, Tom Behler wrote:
Maria:

I'm not quite sure what you are referring to here.

Dr. Tom Behler from Michigan


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Maria Campbell
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 12:44 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Things that make you go hmm

JAWS and WindowEyes under the same umbrella?









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Re: print email from outlook 2016

Lauren Snyder
 

How do you find Outlook 2016 with the newer Jaws? Mine isn’t working well at all with Jaws 17.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Sieghard Weitzel
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 11:27 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: print email from outlook 2016

 

Hi Stan,

 

The only difference between our setup is that I am running the Jaws 18 Beta, I had to reinstall my laptop from scratch with Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit because somehow in my previous installation something was corrupted and I was not able to set up any Outlook email accounts. Anyhow, I am currently also running Windows 10 Anniversary Edition and updated to the latest update, I have Office 2016, but since we are not that far from the public Jaws release and it seems to be working well I decided not to even put Jaws 17 back on this machine.

I just pressed Control+P when I had your email open and was able to tab through the options for printing until I came to the actual “Print” button. It took me 8 tabs forward or 3 tabs back (Shift+Tab) after I pressed Control+P. When the print dialogue first opened it put me on where it says “Specify how you want the item to be printed” and it is on a combo box and “Memo Style” is selected.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Stan Holdeman
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 4:34 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: print email from outlook 2016

 

I am running W 10 Anniversary and jaws 17

 

In Outlook 2016 when trying to print an email, I cannot get jaws to land me on the print button in the print dialogue. It wants to take me through all the print options (page layout, font, etc.) but never lands me on the print button. I have had to load Magic, magnify it big and click print with the mouse pointer.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Stan

 


J18 Beta 3 Download Links + What's New

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Howdy All,
 
Below are the direct download links for both 32 & 64 bit versions of the J18 Beta 3 + what's new:
 
32 Bit:
 
 
64 Bit:
 
 
Enhancements in JAWS 18.0.1834 (Public Beta 3)
 
The following is a list of improvements made between Public Beta 2 and Public Beta 3. Note that while many customer-reported enhancements are included
in this release, the following is a list of more notable changes.
 
list of 4 items
• You can now quickly toggle audio ducking by using the new layered keystroke, INSERT+SPACEBAR, D. If this feature is off in Settings Center, which is
the default, it will turn it on. If it is on in Settings Center, it will be turned off. The current setting will remain in effect until you press the layered
keystroke again, or JAWS is restarted. The audio ducking toggle can also be located using the Command Search feature (INSERT+SPACEBAR, J).
• JAWS 18 includes updated braille display drivers from Handy Tech. These new drivers fix issues with braille input and language detection for messages
and introduces support for their latest displays.
• Resolved an issue where audio from other programs was continuing to be ducked even when JAWS speech was turned off.
• Addressed multiple issues with the Dutch version of JAWS.
list end
 
Enhancements in JAWS 18.0.1811 (Public Beta 2)
 
The following is a list of improvements made between the first Public Beta and Public Beta 2. Note that while many customer-reported enhancements are included
in this release, the following is a list of more notable changes.
 
Lower the Audio from Other Programs While JAWS is Speaking
 
In Windows 8 and later, you can now specify that the volume of audio from other programs be lowered while JAWS is speaking using the Eloquence or Vocalizer
Expressive synthesizers as well as any SAPI5 synthesizer. This is commonly known as audio ducking. For example, if you are listening to music or playing
a video and JAWS begins talking, the volume of the music or video will be slightly lowered so you can comfortably hear JAWS and then raised back to its
current level when JAWS stops talking.
 
For JAWS users with a braille display, you can also choose to mute JAWS speech (INSERT+SPACEBAR, S) while listening to audio from other programs and still
use JAWS with braille output only, without the audio from the other programs being reduced.
 
By default, audio remains at the same volume as JAWS speech. To change this, there are two ways. The easiest way is to open the Startup Wizard from the
JAWS Help menu and select the Lower the volume of other programs while JAWS is speaking checkbox located on the Speech Settings page.
 
Alternatively, you can change this option through Settings Center by doing the following:
 
list of 5 items
1. Press INSERT+F2, and select Settings Center.
2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+D to load the JAWS default settings.
3. In the Search edit box, type "volume" without the quotes.
4. Press DOWN ARROW to move to "Lower the volume of other programs while JAWS is speaking" in the filtered search results in the tree view.
5. Press SPACEBAR to toggle this option.
list end
 
More Dynamic Braille Auto Advance Mode
 
Auto Advance Mode is equivalent to the Say All command for braille readers and has been available in JAWS for many years. After performing the appropriate
command on your braille display (left and right selector buttons on the Focus series displays), the braille display is automatically panned at a specific
speed through an entire document, automatically skipping over blank segments and blank lines. In prior versions, users could configure how long JAWS paused
before automatically panning the display. Once configured, the display would pan at the same speed regardless of how much information was on the display,
so most users would set the timer for optimal reading when the display was full. However, if the display panned to a short line containing only a few words
with the remaining cells being empty, which could occur more frequently with larger displays such as those with 40 or 80 cells, this could be inconvenient
as the user would have to wait for the display to advance which could cause an interruption with reading.
 
To improve the reading experience when using Auto Advance Mode, JAWS now pans faster or slower depending on the length of the current braille line. The
display will pan faster for short lines so you can instantly move to the next segment without having to wait once you have finished reading, but will pan
slower for longer lines up to a maximum length of time which is used when the display is full. This maximum value can be configured through Settings Center
using the new Auto Advance Maximum Interval option. By default, it is set to 5000 milliseconds, or five seconds.
 
For example, if you have an 80 cell display and the current braille line takes up the majority of the display, JAWS will pan the display after five seconds.
If the display pans to a short line containing only a few words and the remaining cells are blank, JAWS will pan the display within a couple seconds.
 
Improved Performance when Using JAWS and ZoomText Together
 
JAWS 18 introduces greatly improved interoperability with the soon to be released ZoomText 11. Users of both these industry leading products will experience
more seemless operation when running JAWS 18 and ZoomText 11 together regardless of the order in which they are installed as well as which product is started
first.
 
When JAWS 18 and ZoomText 11 are running together, users should note the following:
 
list of 4 items
• JAWS handles all speech functions except for ZoomText's App Reader feature and speech directly from ZoomText , such as ZoomText scripts.
• All ZoomText magnification features will continue to work as expected. In addition, ZoomText will now visually highlight and track during a JAWS Say
All, or when navigating using the Virtual Cursor.
• If there is a keystroke conflict, the JAWS keystroke is used instead. Otherwise, JAWS and ZoomText keystrokes will continue to work as expected.
• ZoomText handles all touch related functions.
list end
 
Since JAWS takes over all speech functions when running with ZoomText, this also includes mouse echo. If you want the mouse to echo as it is moved, you
will need to enable mouse echo in JAWS as it is off by default. The easiest way is to press the layered keystroke, INSERT+SPACEBAR, E, O. However, this
is only temporary and will revert back to off if JAWS is restarted. If you intend on using mouse echo all the time, you can permanently enable it by doing
the following:
 
list of 3 items
1. Press INSERT+F2, and select Settings Center.
2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+D to load the JAWS default settings.
3. From the tree view, expand the Mouse Echo group and press SPACEBAR on Enable Mouse Echo.
list end
 
Touch Improvements
list of 9 items
• JAWS touch gestures are now included in the Command Search feature (INSERT+SPACEBAR, J). If you search for a command that can be performed using a keystgroke
or a gesture, both the keystroke and gesture are displayed in the search results. You can also search for gesture-specific commands, such as toggling the
Touch Keyboard, or cycling through Touch Navigation, Text Reading, or Speech Settings gesture modes. The JAWS Command Search only includes gestures if
JAWS detects that it is running on a touch screen enabled device.
• Addressed issues with using gestures to switch to an application in the task switching window that displays when you swipe from the left edge of the
screen. When the task switcher opens, flick left or right through the list of running applications and when you locate the one you want, double tap it
to move focus in to that app.
• Improved the experience when using touch gestures to log into Windows. If the Login screen is active and focus is on the Password edit field, performing
a double tap will immediately open the touch keyboard allowing you to enter your password. Otherwise, flick right or explore until you locate the Password
edit field and then double tap to set focus and open the touch keyboard.
• JAWS no longer repeats the password label field multiple times on the Windows 10 Login screen.
• In response to user feedback, the default typing mode for the touch keyboard is now Touch Typing, which means a key is typed as soon as the finger is
lifted from the keyboard button, or you perform a split tap.
• If the gesture mode is set to Text Reading, you can now perform a four-finger swipe down to begin a Say All in the currently open document, similar to
pressing INSERT+DOWN ARROW on the keyboard. To stop reading, tap anywhere on the screen.
• In response to customer requests, added a new option to the Touch Cursor group in Quick Settings that allows you to choose the element type that is navigated
to when using the flick up and flick down gestures. The available choices are Regions (selected by default), Headings, List Items, Buttons, Links, Groups,
and Form Controls. Note that not all apps support these navigation types, they are typically available in modern apps and web applications.
• If you perform a JAWS touch gesture and then do a five-finger rotate to turn off all JAWS gestures, resolved an issue where Windows-specific gestures
would no longer work until you restarted JAWS.
• Addressed an issue where the Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons in the title bar of an application were not being announced by JAWS when exploring
the screen.
list end
 
Google Docs
list of 6 items
• You can now type text into a document using Contracted Braille.
• Added speech and braille support for navigating tables inserted into documents.
• Resolved several issues with JAWS not detecting live region updates.
• Addressed issues where JAWS was announcing extraneous information when opening menus.
• Resolved several issues with menus and focus.
• Resolved multiple issues where focus would unexpectedly jump to other places while editing a document.
list end
 
JAWS
list of 7 items
• Addressed an issue where Settings Center changes made after migrating or importing settings were not taking affect unless JAWS was restarted.
• If the mouse echo feature is disabled, addressed an issue where speech was still being interupted when moving the physical mouse.
• In response to customer feedback, updated the Adding Special Symbols help topic with the correct location for the Eloq.sbl file.
• If a Windows 10 alarm goes off, addressed an issue where the volume of JAWS speech would unexpectedly be lowered to an unusable level, making it difficult
for a speech-only user to turn off the alarm.
• Addressed an issue that was observed in multiple applications where JAWS was reading the wrong word when pressing CTRL+BACKSPACE to delete the prior
word.
• Added a new Hebrew Computer Braille table. You can set this as a preferred table or set it as the primary table through the Braille Tables dialog box,
accessed by selecting the Computer Braille Tables option in Settings Center. Braille output must be set to Computer Braille before you can make this change.
• A customer using the Spanish version of JAWS reported several English messages and keystroke conflicts. These have been resolved.
list end
 
Microsoft Outlook
list of 5 items
• Addressed an issue with Outlook 2016 where JAWS was not reading all of the info in the meeting attendees list.
• If a calendar appointment lasts for more than one day, resolved a customer reported issue where JAWS would not indicate the appointment after moving
past the first day.
• If a calendar event is set to all day in Outlook 2013, resolved a reported issue with JAWS not reading the end date.
• Addressed a reported issue with the Outlook 2016 Office Theme combo box, located in the Options dialog box, not being displayed properly in braille.
• Addressed a reported issue with the INSERT+F keystroke to read the font and point size not saying anything when used in the message list in Outlook 2013
and 2016.
list end
 
Microsoft Word
list of 2 items
• Resolved an issue where JAWS would unexpectedly restart and Word 2013 would become unresponsive when attempting to insert a comment.
• When using CTRL+PAGE UP and CTRL+PAGE DOWN to switch pages, addressed a reported issue where JAWS was announcing the line from the prior page.
list end
 
Web Browsers
list of 7 items
• Added support for several ARIA 1.1 features including the aria-modal, aria-current, and aria-placeholder attributes, as well as support for partially
visible tables.
• When navigating to links in Firefox with the mouse and the new mouse echo feature is enabled, resolved an issue where JAWS was not  announcing the text
of the link as it appears on the web page.
• Addressed an issue in Firefox where pressing INSERT+R was not toggling Virtual Cursor restriction as expected in web-based dialog boxes.
• If END is pressed in an edit field in Google Chrome, addressed an issue where text in an edit field was no longer indicated in speech or braille.
• Resolved an issue with certain edit combos not being identified correctly in the virtual buffer in both Firefox and Chrome.
• Resolved an issue where tab controls would appear twice in the virtual buffer in Chrome.
• Addressed an issue with heading level indication in Chrome.
list end
 
Windows
list of 2 items
• Worked with Microsoft to resolve a reported issue with JAWS double speaking when entering text into a Windows 10 command prompt. This fix will be available
in a Windows update.
• JAWS now announces Microsoft UIA Alert Events. As a result you may now hear more Windows Notifications, and Mouse Echo can now speak more UIA elements,
like minimize, restore and maximize window controls.
list end
Take care.
Mike
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