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Re: Jaws Sound Cutting Out

Steve Nutt
 

Hi,

Go into your sound card's properties and make sure enhancements are disabled.

Also make sure that Take Exclusive Control is unchecked.

All the best

Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Laura Wolk
Sent: 20 October 2017 22:22
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Jaws Sound Cutting Out

Hello,

I recently reinstalled Jaws 18 on a win10 machine, and the sound keeps intermittently cutting in and out. For instance, if I scroll line by line, the first word or so of the lines will sometimes be inaudible.
This does not seem to happen when I'm playing other sounds, such as streaming music. I have checked my soundcard drivers using windows update, and it tells me they are up to date. I called Freedom Scientific, and was (shockingly) told that they had no suggestions. I also think the problem is most acute when headphones are plugged in, but I'm not certain about that.

Any help would be appreciated.

Laura

On 10/20/17, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@live.ca> wrote:
Another shortcut is
Control+Numpad+, that is basically Control+PC Cursor. It will bring up
Control+Numpad+the
insert menu, then Alt+r will insert an entire row, Alt+C an entire
column and you don’t even have to press the numlock for this to work.

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Van
Lant, Robin via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2017 11:10 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: how to insert row in excel

Even easier, Excel remembers the old menu commands in many cases. So,
Insert I, then r for row or c for column works, too.




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[mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Kevin Hourigan
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2017 11:33 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io<mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Re: how to insert row in excel

Alt H, I, R

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[mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mark Furness
Sent: October 20, 2017 10:25 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io<mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: how to insert row in excel

I created a sheet in excel 2007
And need to place an additional row
But can not find how to do that.
Alt I does not give me the option.
Nor clicking insert after hitting alt gives me the option.
What am I missing?
Running windows 10, 17.o9 jaws 2018 beta 3 All help is appreciated
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Re: off topic, Chrome Book

Steve Nutt
 

Hi,

Control-Alt-Z will do that thing.

All the best

Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Carol Smith via Groups.Io
Sent: 20 October 2017 03:05
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: off topic, Chrome Book

Hi,

Please excuse the off topic here, butt can anyone contact me about whether not a Chrome book laptop has built-in speech and if so, how does one turn the speech on? Thank you for any response.

Carol

carollablady at aol dot com


Re: looking for Jaws keystroke for WE command

Steve Nutt
 

Hi,

Place markers only work on the web, don't they?

The Snowman's Hotspot Clicker script would be better for this.

All the best

Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Shannon
Sent: 19 October 2017 18:22
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: looking for Jaws keystroke for WE command

Carol

I come late to this discussion but...
When your Brother finally gets this particular area found with the mouse can he then use the place marker functions of JAWS to get there all the time?
If I understood the functions of this ability it can be website specific and he can just use the placemarker list to go directly to that point.
I just thought it was worth a suggestion.
Anyone with more experience with the placemarkers should absolutely jump in here and correct my understanding.
Shannon


Re: Eloquence Behavior Post Updates

Steve Nutt
 

Hi,

 

Have you turned off audio ducking?  Insert-Space, then D.

 

All the best

 

Steve

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Mitchell
Sent: 19 October 2017 14:19
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Eloquence Behavior Post Updates

 

Hi Everyone,  After the successful installation of the Windows 10 Fall package and the 2018 Beta 3 I have noticed that Eloquence is doing a few new and annoying speech behaviors.  For example, with Alt / Tab the voice dips noticeably at the beginning when voicing the tab destination.  Also when starting to read, the beginning of the sentence is likewise diminished.

Not trying to be a Nattering Naybob of Negativism but wondering if I am alone in this observation.  I’m pondering trying other voices as well but, having done so in the past, I find myself back with Eloquence.

I did a complete restart in hopes of smoothing out these speech quirks but to no good end.

Thanks for your time, Mitch

 

                “The price of discipline is always less

             than the pain of regret.”

 

                      (Nido Qubein)

 

 

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Doug Lee's TeamViewer script won't install to JAWS 18.

Steve Nutt
 

Hi all,

 

I realise this is an old script, and I don’t know if Doug is still supporting it.  However, the Teamviewer script won’t install to JAWS 18, as the subject line says.

 

Here is the log output:-

 

Install into JAWS folders 18.0.

Preparing for JAWS script compilation.

18.0:

User folder: C:\Users\steve\AppData\Roaming\Freedom Scientific\JAWS\18.0\Settings\enu

Shared folder: C:\ProgramData\Freedom Scientific\JAWS\18.0\Settings\enu

Output folder: C:\Users\steve\AppData\Roaming\Freedom Scientific\JAWS\18.0\Settings\enu

Installing files.

JAWSUtil command: compile teamviewer.jss teamviewer_jcpdict.jss

Command returned 1.

Output:

SCompile exited with code 1

 

Error: Couldn't open function file  builtin.jsd for reading

 

 

 

End of output.

Restoring this JAWS folder to its original state.

JAWSInstallDirs is .

All installations failed!

Writing log file.

 

Any thoughts from anyone please?

 

Even if I do get it installed, would it support Teamviewer 12?

 

Thanks all.

 

All the best

 

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Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

Ashleigh Piccinino
 

CTRL will also stop the dictation thing. You could wait until you hear the sound again, though/that’s also a good way, just tto make sure you’re done talking and don’t have anything more to say/keeps typing if you’ve paused for a moment but pick back up again before the sound plays—I’m gonna say about a minute or two, I guess after the last word/s are spoken.

 

 

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From: david
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 6:41 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

 

hello;
this morning I was able to dictate an email address into the edit field,
another thing I learned is,

windows+h starts the dictation,
the spacebar will stop it.

no need to say, stop dictation.
at least it worked hear.

I will practice some more.

you need to actually no the email address, because, it only types in what it
hears.



-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 7:34 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

Hi, Bill,

I have seen the list.  When I speak the commands, though, with
Windows+h pressed, nothing happens.
At 12:57 AM 10/24/2017, you wrote:
>Hi, Ann. There actually is a way to delete words with speech
>recognition as I will show below.
>
>
>Delete the previous sentence
>
>Delete previous sentence
>
>Delete the next sentence
>
>Delete next sentence
>
>Delete the previous paragraph
>
>Delete previous paragraph
>
>Delete the next paragraph
>
>Delete next paragraph
>
>Delete the selected or last dictated text
>
>Delete that
>
>
>Now I will include a large number of speech recognition commands below.
>
>Common Speech Recognition commands
>
>
>  To do this
>  Say this
>
>Open Start
>
>Start
>
>Open Cortana
>
>Note
>
>Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some
>Cortana features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn't
>available or is turned off, you can still use search.
>
>  Press Windows C
>
>Open Search
>
>  Press Windows S
>
>Perform an action in an app
>
>  Right-click; Press Windows Z; press ctrl B
>
>Select an item by its name
>
>  File; Start; View
>
>Select an item or icon
>
>  Click Recycle Bin; Click Computer; Click file name
>
>Double-click an item
>
>  Double-click Recycle Bin; Double-click Computer; Double-click file
> name
>
>Switch to an open app
>
>  Switch to Paint; Switch to WordPad; Switch to program name; Switch
>application
>
>Scroll in one direction
>
>Scroll up; Scroll down; Scroll left; Scroll right
>
>Insert a new paragraph or new line in a document
>
>New paragraph; New line
>
>Select a word in a document
>
>  Select word
>
>Select a word and start to correct it
>
>  Correct word
>
>Select and delete specific words
>
>  Delete word
>
>Show a list of applicable commands
>
>What can I say?
>
>Update the list of speech commands that are currently available
>
>Refresh speech commands
>
>Turn on listening mode
>
>Start listening
>
>Turn off listening mode
>
>Stop listening
>
>Move the Speech Recognition microphone bar
>
>Move speech recognition
>
>Minimize the microphone bar
>
>Minimize speech recognition
>
>Dictation
>  To do this
>  Say this
>
>Insert a new line in the document
>
>New line
>
>Insert a new paragraph in the document
>
>New paragraph
>
>Insert a tab
>
>Tab
>
>Insert the literal word for the next command (for example, you can
>insert the word "comma" instead of the punctuation mark)
>
>  Literal word
>
>Insert the numeral form of a number
>
>  Numeral number
>
>Put the cursor before a specific word
>
>  Go to word
>
>Put the cursor after a specific word
>
>  Go after word
>
>Don't insert a space before the next word
>
>No space
>
>Go to the start of the sentence that the cursor is in
>
>Go to start of sentence
>
>Go to the start of the paragraph that the cursor is in
>
>Go to start of paragraph
>
>Go to the start of the document
>
>Go to start of document
>
>Go to the end of the sentence that the cursor is in
>
>Go to end of sentence
>
>Go to the end of the paragraph that the cursor is in
>
>Go to end of paragraph
>
>Go to the end of the current document
>
>Go to end of document
>
>Select the word in the current document
>
>  Select word
>
>Select the word range in the current document
>
>  Select word range; Select word through word
>
>Select all text in the current document
>
>Select all
>
>Select a number of words before the location of the cursor
>
>  Select previous 20 words; Select previous 10 words
>
>Select a number of words after the location of the cursor
>
>  Select next 20 words; Select next 10 words
>
>Select the last text you dictated
>
>Select that
>
>Clear the selection on the screen
>
>Clear selection
>
>Capitalize the first letter of the word
>
>  Caps word
>
>Capitalize all the letters of the word
>
>  All caps word
>
>Make all the letters in the word lowercase
>
>  No caps word
>
>Change the next number of words to uppercase
>
>  Change next 10 words to uppercase
>
>Change the next number of words to lowercase
>
>  Change next 10 words to lowercase
>
>Delete the previous sentence
>
>Delete previous sentence
>
>Delete the next sentence
>
>Delete next sentence
>
>Delete the previous paragraph
>
>Delete previous paragraph
>
>Delete the next paragraph
>
>Delete next paragraph
>
>Delete the selected or last dictated text
>
>Delete that
>
>Bill White
>Billwhite92701@...
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ann
>Byrne
>Sent: Monday, October 23, 2017 2:41 PM
>To: main@jfw.groups.io
>Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC
>
>thanks for this.  Only problem is, saying 'delete that' doesn't do
>anything.  There isn't a directive as to how to make Windows understand
>that she is receiving a command.  Like my kids.
>
>At 03:55 PM 10/23/2017, you wrote:
> >Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC
> >
> >
> >Use dictation to convert spoken words into text anywhere on your PC
> >with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
> >
> >
> >To start dictating, select a text field and press the Windows logo
> >key  + H to open the dictation toolbar. Then say whatever's on your mind.
> >
> >
> >
> >If you're using a tablet or a touchscreen, tap the microphone  button
> >on the touch keyboard to start dictating. Tap it again to stop
> >dictation.
> >
> >
> >You can also stop dictating at any time by saying "stop dictation."
> >
> >
> >Note
> >
> >
> >Dictation is available in US English only. To use it, your PC needs
> >to be connected to the internet.
> >
> >
> >To dictate in other languages, use
> >
> >Windows Speech Recognition.
> >
> >
> >Dictation commands
> >
> >
> >Use dictation commands to tell you PC what to do, like "delete that"
> >or "select the previous word."
> >
> >
> >The following table tells you what you can say. If a word or phrase
> >is in bold, it's an example. Replace it with similar words to get the
> >result you want.
> >
> >
> >table with 2 columns and 16 rows
> >
> >To do this
> >
> >Say
> >
> >Clear a selection
> >
> >Clear selection; unselect that
> >
> >Delete the most recent dictation result or currently selected text
> >
> >Delete that; strike that
> >
> >Delete a unit of text, such as the current word
> >
> >Delete word
> >
> >Move the cursor to the first character after a specified word or
> >phrase
> >
> >Go after that; move after word; go to the end of paragraph; move to
> >the end of that
> >
> >Move the cursor to the end of a unit of text
> >
> >Go after word; move after word; go to the end of that; move to the
> >end of paragraph
> >
> >Move the cursor backward by a unit of text
> >
> >Move back to the previous word; go up to the previous paragraph
> >
> >Move the cursor to the first character before a specified word or
> >phrase
> >
> >Go to the start of the word
> >
> >Move the cursor to the start of a text unit
> >
> >Go before that; move to the start of that
> >
> >Move the cursor forward to the next unit of text
> >
> >Move forward to the next word; go down to the next paragraph
> >
> >Moves the cursor to the end of a text unit
> >
> >Move to the end of the word; go to the end of the paragraph
> >
> >Enter one of the following keys: Tab, Enter, End, Home, Page up, Page
> >down, Backspace, Delete
> >
> >Tap Enter; press Backspace
> >
> >Select a specific word or phrase
> >
> >Select word
> >
> >Select the most recent dictation result
> >
> >Select that
> >
> >Select a unit of text
> >
> >Select the next three words; select the previous two paragraphs
> >
> >Turn spelling mode on and off
> >
> >Start spelling; stop spelling
> >
> >
> >
> >Dictating letters, numbers, punctuation, and symbols
> >
> >
> >You can dictate most numbers and punctuation by saying the number or
> >punctuation character. To dictate letters and symbols, say "start
> >spelling." Then
> >
> >say the symbol or letter, or use the ICAO phonetic alphabet.
> >
> >
> >To dictate an uppercase letter, say "uppercase" before the letter.
> >For example, "uppercase A" or "uppercase alpha." When you're done,
> >say "stop spelling."
> >
> >
> >Here are the punctuation characters and symbols you can dictate.
> >
> >
> >table with 2 columns and 32 rows
> >
> >To insert this
> >
> >Say
> >
> >
> >@
> >
> >
> >at symbol; at sign
> >
> >
> >#
> >
> >
> >Pound symbol; pound sign; number symbol; number sign; hash symbol;
> >hash sign; hashtag symbol; hashtag sign; sharp symbol; sharp sign
> >
> >
> >$
> >
> >
> >Dollar symbol; dollar sign; dollars symbol; dollars sign
> >
> >
> >%
> >
> >
> >Percent symbol; percent sign
> >
> >
> >^
> >
> >
> >Caret
> >
> >
> >&
> >
> >
> >And symbol; and sign; ampersand symbol; ampersand sign
> >
> >
> >*
> >
> >
> >Asterisk; times; star
> >
> >
> >(
> >
> >
> >Open paren; left paren; open parenthesis; left paren
> >
> >
> >)
> >
> >
> >Close paren; right paren; close parenthesis; right parenthesis
> >
> >
> >_
> >
> >
> >Underscore
> >
> >
> >-
> >
> >
> >Hyphen; dash; minus sign
> >
> >
> >~
> >
> >
> >Tilde
> >
> >
> >\
> >
> >
> >Backslash; whack
> >
> >
> >/
> >
> >
> >Forward slash; divided by
> >
> >
> >,
> >
> >
> >Comma
> >
> >
> >.
> >
> >
> >Period; dot; decimal; point
> >
> >
> >;
> >
> >
> >Semicolon
> >
> >
> >'
> >
> >
> >Apostrophe; open single quote; begin single quote; close single
> >quote; close single quote; end single quote
> >
> >
> >=
> >
> >
> >Equal symbol; equal sign; equals symbol; equal sign
> >
> >
> >(space)
> >
> >
> >Space
> >
> >
> >|
> >
> >
> >Pipe
> >
> >
> >:
> >
> >
> >Colon
> >
> >
> >?
> >
> >
> >Question mark; question symbol
> >
> >
> >[
> >
> >
> >Open bracket; open square bracket; left bracket; left square bracket
> >
> >
> >]
> >
> >
> >Close bracket; close square bracket; right bracket; right square
> >bracket
> >
> >
> >{
> >
> >
> >Open curly brace; open curly bracket; left curly brace; left curly
> >bracket
> >
> >
> >}
> >
> >
> >Close curly brace; close curly bracket; right curly brace; right
> >curly bracket
> >
> >
> >+
> >
> >
> >Plus symbol; plus sign
> >
> >
> ><
> >
> >
> >Open angle bracket; open less than; left angle bracket; left less
> >than
> >
> >
> > >
> >
> >
> >Close angle bracket; close greater than; right angle bracket; right
> >greater than
> >
> >
> >"
> >
> >
> >Open quotes; begin quotes; close quotes; end quotes; open double
> >quotes; begin double quotes; close double quotes; end double quotes
> >
> >table end
> >
> >
> ><https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dict
> >ation>
>https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dictati
>on
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>






 


windows powershell

John Covici
 

Hi. I am trying to use windows powershell which is their better
command processor with Jaws, but it repeats each character twice when
I type it. Is there any setting to fix this problem, or do you know
of a script I can get to do so?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

--
Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
How do
you spend it?

John Covici
covici@ccs.covici.com


e-mail address question

David Pearson
 

Hello all:

Is there a method to "read" an e-mail address from onelocated in my in-box, and if yes, how is this done?

Sincerely yours,



David Pearson


Re: Microsoft Edge Tutorial

David Moore
 

You are so welcome, Ann!

Ask any questions!

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Ann Byrne
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 11:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Microsoft Edge Tutorial

 

David,

 

thanks for the Edge tutorial.  It's a terrific help.

 

Ann

 

 

 

 


Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

Sandra Streeter
 

That is one thing I will have to invest in before going back to school (if I decide to), a headset. I have a landline phone headset which I swear by (frees up the hands for a Brailler or notetaker), but don’t have one for the computer. I will check out the control panel tomorrow—getting late, and I must be disciplined and get my butt into bed at a not-unreasonable hour!
 
 
 
Sandra

One can never consent to creep, when one feels an impulse to soar.
(Helen Keller)
 

Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 11:01 PM
Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC
 

Hi Sandra!

The best way to find out if you have a built in mike on your computer, is to do the following:

Press the Windows key or CTRL+Escape.

Type sound into the search field.

You will hear:

Sound control panel.

Press enter.

You are in a four tab dialog to adjust your sound, mike, and other settings.

Shift+Tab, and press CTRL+Tab to get to the record Tab of this dialog.

If you have a mike on your computer, if you tab once, you will be in a list of Micraphones. The mike that is built into your computer, will say something like:

Real tech mike or some name that will let you know that you have a mike on your computer.

The others in the list, will be your headphones mike, if there is one in your headphones, and so on.

Chances are, if you can even get to this record tab in the sound dialog, you do have a mike on your computer. Laptops most likely have a microphone.

Desktops usually do not have a built in microphone.

Have a great one, and I hope you have a mike either on the computer, or in your headphones.

Take care, Sandra!

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Sandra Streeter
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 5:34 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

 

How do you find out if there is a mic on your computer, if you want to

experiment with this?

 

 

 

 

 

Sandra

 

One can never consent to creep, when one feels an impulse to soar.

(Helen Keller)

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

From: Ann Byrne

Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 7:33 AM

To: main@jfw.groups.io

Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

 

Hi, Bill,

 

I have seen the list.  When I speak the commands, though, with

Windows+h pressed, nothing happens.

At 12:57 AM 10/24/2017, you wrote:

>Hi, Ann. There actually is a way to delete words with speech recognition as

>I will show below.

>

>

>Delete the previous sentence

>

>Delete previous sentence

>

>Delete the next sentence

>

>Delete next sentence

>

>Delete the previous paragraph

>

>Delete previous paragraph

>

>Delete the next paragraph

>

>Delete next paragraph

>

>Delete the selected or last dictated text

>

>Delete that

>

>

>Now I will include a large number of speech recognition commands below.

>

>Common Speech Recognition commands

>

>

>  To do this

>  Say this

>

>Open Start

>

>Start

>

>Open Cortana

>

>Note

>

>Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana

>features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn't available or

>is

>turned

>off, you can still use

>search.

>

>  Press Windows C

>

>Open Search

>

>  Press Windows S

>

>Perform an action in an app

>

>  Right-click; Press Windows Z; press ctrl B

>

>Select an item by its name

>

>  File; Start; View

>

>Select an item or icon

>

>  Click Recycle Bin; Click Computer; Click file name

>

>Double-click an item

>

>  Double-click Recycle Bin; Double-click Computer; Double-click file name

>

>Switch to an open app

>

>  Switch to Paint; Switch to WordPad; Switch to program name; Switch

>application

>

>Scroll in one direction

>

>Scroll up; Scroll down; Scroll left; Scroll right

>

>Insert a new paragraph or new line in a document

>

>New paragraph; New line

>

>Select a word in a document

>

>  Select word

>

>Select a word and start to correct it

>

>  Correct word

>

>Select and delete specific words

>

>  Delete word

>

>Show a list of applicable commands

>

>What can I say?

>

>Update the list of speech commands that are currently available

>

>Refresh speech commands

>

>Turn on listening mode

>

>Start listening

>

>Turn off listening mode

>

>Stop listening

>

>Move the Speech Recognition microphone bar

>

>Move speech recognition

>

>Minimize the microphone bar

>

>Minimize speech recognition

>

>Dictation

>  To do this

>  Say this

>

>Insert a new line in the document

>

>New line

>

>Insert a new paragraph in the document

>

>New paragraph

>

>Insert a tab

>

>Tab

>

>Insert the literal word for the next command (for example, you can insert

>the word "comma" instead of the punctuation mark)

>

>  Literal word

>

>Insert the numeral form of a number

>

>  Numeral number

>

>Put the cursor before a specific word

>

>  Go to word

>

>Put the cursor after a specific word

>

>  Go after word

>

>Don't insert a space before the next word

>

>No space

>

>Go to the start of the sentence that the cursor is in

>

>Go to start of sentence

>

>Go to the start of the paragraph that the cursor is in

>

>Go to start of paragraph

>

>Go to the start of the document

>

>Go to start of document

>

>Go to the end of the sentence that the cursor is in

>

>Go to end of sentence

>

>Go to the end of the paragraph that the cursor is in

>

>Go to end of paragraph

>

>Go to the end of the current document

>

>Go to end of document

>

>Select the word in the current document

>

>  Select word

>

>Select the word range in the current document

>

>  Select word range; Select word through word

>

>Select all text in the current document

>

>Select all

>

>Select a number of words before the location of the cursor

>

>  Select previous 20 words; Select previous 10 words

>

>Select a number of words after the location of the cursor

>

>  Select next 20 words; Select next 10 words

>

>Select the last text you dictated

>

>Select that

>

>Clear the selection on the screen

>

>Clear selection

>

>Capitalize the first letter of the word

>

>  Caps word

>

>Capitalize all the letters of the word

>

>  All caps word

>

>Make all the letters in the word lowercase

>

>  No caps word

>

>Change the next number of words to uppercase

>

>  Change next 10 words to uppercase

>

>Change the next number of words to lowercase

>

>  Change next 10 words to lowercase

>

>Delete the previous sentence

>

>Delete previous sentence

>

>Delete the next sentence

>

>Delete next sentence

>

>Delete the previous paragraph

>

>Delete previous paragraph

>

>Delete the next paragraph

>

>Delete next paragraph

>

>Delete the selected or last dictated text

>

>Delete that

>

>Bill White

>Billwhite92701@...

>

>

>-----Original Message-----

>From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne

>Sent: Monday, October 23, 2017 2:41 PM

>To: main@jfw.groups.io

>Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

>

>thanks for this.  Only problem is, saying 'delete that' doesn't do

>anything.  There isn't a directive as to how to make Windows

>understand that she is receiving a command.  Like my kids.

>

>At 03:55 PM 10/23/2017, you wrote:

> >Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

> >

> >

> >Use dictation to convert spoken words into text anywhere on your PC

> >with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

> >

> >

> >To start dictating, select a text field and press the Windows logo

> >key  + H to open the dictation toolbar. Then say whatever's on your mind.

> >

> >

> >

> >If you're using a tablet or a touchscreen, tap the

> >microphone  button on the touch keyboard to start dictating. Tap it

> >again to stop dictation.

> >

> >

> >You can also stop dictating at any time by saying "stop dictation."

> >

> >

> >Note

> >

> >

> >Dictation is available in US English only. To use it, your PC needs

> >to be connected to the internet.

> >

> >

> >To dictate in other languages, use

> >

> >Windows Speech Recognition.

> >

> >

> >Dictation commands

> >

> >

> >Use dictation commands to tell you PC what to do, like "delete that"

> >or "select the previous word."

> >

> >

> >The following table tells you what you can say. If a word or phrase

> >is in bold, it's an example. Replace it with similar words to get

> >the result you want.

> >

> >

> >table with 2 columns and 16 rows

> >

> >To do this

> >

> >Say

> >

> >Clear a selection

> >

> >Clear selection; unselect that

> >

> >Delete the most recent dictation result or currently selected text

> >

> >Delete that; strike that

> >

> >Delete a unit of text, such as the current word

> >

> >Delete word

> >

> >Move the cursor to the first character after a specified word or phrase

> >

> >Go after that; move after word; go to the end of paragraph; move to

> >the end of that

> >

> >Move the cursor to the end of a unit of text

> >

> >Go after word; move after word; go to the end of that; move to the

> >end of paragraph

> >

> >Move the cursor backward by a unit of text

> >

> >Move back to the previous word; go up to the previous paragraph

> >

> >Move the cursor to the first character before a specified word or phrase

> >

> >Go to the start of the word

> >

> >Move the cursor to the start of a text unit

> >

> >Go before that; move to the start of that

> >

> >Move the cursor forward to the next unit of text

> >

> >Move forward to the next word; go down to the next paragraph

> >

> >Moves the cursor to the end of a text unit

> >

> >Move to the end of the word; go to the end of the paragraph

> >

> >Enter one of the following keys: Tab, Enter, End, Home, Page up,

> >Page down, Backspace, Delete

> >

> >Tap Enter; press Backspace

> >

> >Select a specific word or phrase

> >

> >Select word

> >

> >Select the most recent dictation result

> >

> >Select that

> >

> >Select a unit of text

> >

> >Select the next three words; select the previous two paragraphs

> >

> >Turn spelling mode on and off

> >

> >Start spelling; stop spelling

> >

> >

> >

> >Dictating letters, numbers, punctuation, and symbols

> >

> >

> >You can dictate most numbers and punctuation by saying the number or

> >punctuation character. To dictate letters and symbols, say "start

> >spelling." Then

> >

> >say the symbol or letter, or use the ICAO phonetic alphabet.

> >

> >

> >To dictate an uppercase letter, say "uppercase" before the letter.

> >For example, "uppercase A" or "uppercase alpha." When you're done,

> >say "stop spelling."

> >

> >

> >Here are the punctuation characters and symbols you can dictate.

> >

> >

> >table with 2 columns and 32 rows

> >

> >To insert this

> >

> >Say

> >

> >

> >@

> >

> >

> >at symbol; at sign

> >

> >

> >#

> >

> >

> >Pound symbol; pound sign; number symbol; number sign; hash symbol;

> >hash sign; hashtag symbol; hashtag sign; sharp symbol; sharp sign

> >

> >

> >$

> >

> >

> >Dollar symbol; dollar sign; dollars symbol; dollars sign

> >

> >

> >%

> >

> >

> >Percent symbol; percent sign

> >

> >

> >^

> >

> >

> >Caret

> >

> >

> >&

> >

> >

> >And symbol; and sign; ampersand symbol; ampersand sign

> >

> >

> >*

> >

> >

> >Asterisk; times; star

> >

> >

> >(

> >

> >

> >Open paren; left paren; open parenthesis; left paren

> >

> >

> >)

> >

> >

> >Close paren; right paren; close parenthesis; right parenthesis

> >

> >

> >_

> >

> >

> >Underscore

> >

> >

> >-

> >

> >

> >Hyphen; dash; minus sign

> >

> >

> >~

> >

> >

> >Tilde

> >

> >

> >\

> >

> >

> >Backslash; whack

> >

> >

> >/

> >

> >

> >Forward slash; divided by

> >

> >

> >,

> >

> >

> >Comma

> >

> >

> >.

> >

> >

> >Period; dot; decimal; point

> >

> >

> >;

> >

> >

> >Semicolon

> >

> >

> >'

> >

> >

> >Apostrophe; open single quote; begin single quote; close single

> >quote; close single quote; end single quote

> >

> >

> >=

> >

> >

> >Equal symbol; equal sign; equals symbol; equal sign

> >

> >

> >(space)

> >

> >

> >Space

> >

> >

> >|

> >

> >

> >Pipe

> >

> >

> >:

> >

> >

> >Colon

> >

> >

> >?

> >

> >

> >Question mark; question symbol

> >

> >

> >[

> >

> >

> >Open bracket; open square bracket; left bracket; left square bracket

> >

> >

> >]

> >

> >

> >Close bracket; close square bracket; right bracket; right square bracket

> >

> >

> >{

> >

> >

> >Open curly brace; open curly bracket; left curly brace; left curly

> >bracket

> >

> >

> >}

> >

> >

> >Close curly brace; close curly bracket; right curly brace; right

> >curly bracket

> >

> >

> >+

> >

> >

> >Plus symbol; plus sign

> >

> >

> ><

> >

> >

> >Open angle bracket; open less than; left angle bracket; left less than

> >

> >

> > >

> >

> >

> >Close angle bracket; close greater than; right angle bracket; right

> >greater than

> >

> >

> >"

> >

> >

> >Open quotes; begin quotes; close quotes; end quotes; open double

> >quotes; begin double quotes; close double quotes; end double quotes

> >

> >table end

> >

> >

> ><https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dictation>

>https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dictation

> >

> >

> >

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Re: sites with autoplay videos

Randy Barnett <randy@...>
 

That only works in Firefox. In IE you can go to options and disable sounds, animations, pictures  and whatever else you dont need. If your internet is slow Pages load faster without pictures.
Dont know about Chrome.

On 10/24/2017 3:55 PM, Van Lant, Robin via Groups.Io wrote:
I'll give Control M a try. I'm using Internet Explorer and starting to dabble in Chrome.


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of netbat66
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 2:48 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: sites with autoplay videos

which browser?
i only use firefox so i don't know about other browsers.
and i don't know if you can make it perminant but with firefox press control m to mute the sound when an add starts playing.
but it turns back on when you go to another web page.

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Subject: sites with autoplay videos



Until recently, I really didn’t run into websites that automatically played a
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now . Is there a way to keep these videos from auto playing and disrupting my
navigation of the site? Is there a downside to disabling this globally, if
that option even exists? I do not normally want the audio ducking feature in
JAWS on, in case I am really trying to listen to a video.







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Microsoft Edge Tutorial

Ann Byrne
 

David,

thanks for the Edge tutorial. It's a terrific help.

Ann


Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

David Moore
 

Hi Sandra!

The best way to find out if you have a built in mike on your computer, is to do the following:

Press the Windows key or CTRL+Escape.

Type sound into the search field.

You will hear:

Sound control panel.

Press enter.

You are in a four tab dialog to adjust your sound, mike, and other settings.

Shift+Tab, and press CTRL+Tab to get to the record Tab of this dialog.

If you have a mike on your computer, if you tab once, you will be in a list of Micraphones. The mike that is built into your computer, will say something like:

Real tech mike or some name that will let you know that you have a mike on your computer.

The others in the list, will be your headphones mike, if there is one in your headphones, and so on.

Chances are, if you can even get to this record tab in the sound dialog, you do have a mike on your computer. Laptops most likely have a microphone.

Desktops usually do not have a built in microphone.

Have a great one, and I hope you have a mike either on the computer, or in your headphones.

Take care, Sandra!

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Sandra Streeter
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 5:34 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

 

How do you find out if there is a mic on your computer, if you want to

experiment with this?

 

 

 

 

 

Sandra

 

One can never consent to creep, when one feels an impulse to soar.

(Helen Keller)

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

From: Ann Byrne

Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 7:33 AM

To: main@jfw.groups.io

Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

 

Hi, Bill,

 

I have seen the list.  When I speak the commands, though, with

Windows+h pressed, nothing happens.

At 12:57 AM 10/24/2017, you wrote:

>Hi, Ann. There actually is a way to delete words with speech recognition as

>I will show below.

>Delete the previous sentence

>Delete previous sentence

>Delete the next sentence

>Delete next sentence

>Delete the previous paragraph

>Delete previous paragraph

>Delete the next paragraph

>Delete next paragraph

>Delete the selected or last dictated text

>Delete that

>Now I will include a large number of speech recognition commands below.

>Common Speech Recognition commands

>  To do this

>  Say this

>Open Start

>Start

>Open Cortana

>Note

>Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana

>features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn't available or

>is

>turned

>off, you can still use

>search.

>  Press Windows C

>Open Search

>  Press Windows S

>Perform an action in an app

>  Right-click; Press Windows Z; press ctrl B

>Select an item by its name

>  File; Start; View

>Select an item or icon

>  Click Recycle Bin; Click Computer; Click file name

>Double-click an item

>  Double-click Recycle Bin; Double-click Computer; Double-click file name

>Switch to an open app

>  Switch to Paint; Switch to WordPad; Switch to program name; Switch

>application

>Scroll in one direction

>Scroll up; Scroll down; Scroll left; Scroll right

>Insert a new paragraph or new line in a document

>New paragraph; New line

>Select a word in a document

>  Select word

>Select a word and start to correct it

>  Correct word

>Select and delete specific words

>  Delete word

>Show a list of applicable commands

>What can I say?

>Update the list of speech commands that are currently available

>Refresh speech commands

>Turn on listening mode

>Start listening

>Turn off listening mode

>Stop listening

>Move the Speech Recognition microphone bar

>Move speech recognition

>Minimize the microphone bar

>Minimize speech recognition

>Dictation

>  To do this

>  Say this

>Insert a new line in the document

>New line

>Insert a new paragraph in the document

>New paragraph

>Insert a tab

>Tab

>Insert the literal word for the next command (for example, you can insert

>the word "comma" instead of the punctuation mark)

>  Literal word

>Insert the numeral form of a number

>  Numeral number

>Put the cursor before a specific word

>  Go to word

>Put the cursor after a specific word

>  Go after word

>Don't insert a space before the next word

>No space

>Go to the start of the sentence that the cursor is in

>Go to start of sentence

>Go to the start of the paragraph that the cursor is in

>Go to start of paragraph

>Go to the start of the document

>Go to start of document

>Go to the end of the sentence that the cursor is in

>Go to end of sentence

>Go to the end of the paragraph that the cursor is in

>Go to end of paragraph

>Go to the end of the current document

>Go to end of document

>Select the word in the current document

>  Select word

>Select the word range in the current document

>  Select word range; Select word through word

>Select all text in the current document

>Select all

>Select a number of words before the location of the cursor

>  Select previous 20 words; Select previous 10 words

>Select a number of words after the location of the cursor

>  Select next 20 words; Select next 10 words

>Select the last text you dictated

>Select that

>Clear the selection on the screen

>Clear selection

>Capitalize the first letter of the word

>  Caps word

>Capitalize all the letters of the word

>  All caps word

>Make all the letters in the word lowercase

>  No caps word

>Change the next number of words to uppercase

>  Change next 10 words to uppercase

>Change the next number of words to lowercase

>  Change next 10 words to lowercase

>Delete the previous sentence

>Delete previous sentence

>Delete the next sentence

>Delete next sentence

>Delete the previous paragraph

>Delete previous paragraph

>Delete the next paragraph

>Delete next paragraph

>Delete the selected or last dictated text

>Delete that

>Bill White

>Billwhite92701@...

>-----Original Message-----

>From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne

>Sent: Monday, October 23, 2017 2:41 PM

>To: main@jfw.groups.io

>Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

>thanks for this.  Only problem is, saying 'delete that' doesn't do

>anything.  There isn't a directive as to how to make Windows

>understand that she is receiving a command.  Like my kids.

>At 03:55 PM 10/23/2017, you wrote:

> >Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

> >

> >

> >Use dictation to convert spoken words into text anywhere on your PC

> >with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

> >

> >

> >To start dictating, select a text field and press the Windows logo

> >key  + H to open the dictation toolbar. Then say whatever's on your mind.

> >

> >

> >

> >If you're using a tablet or a touchscreen, tap the

> >microphone  button on the touch keyboard to start dictating. Tap it

> >again to stop dictation.

> >

> >

> >You can also stop dictating at any time by saying "stop dictation."

> >

> >

> >Note

> >

> >

> >Dictation is available in US English only. To use it, your PC needs

> >to be connected to the internet.

> >

> >

> >To dictate in other languages, use

> >

> >Windows Speech Recognition.

> >

> >

> >Dictation commands

> >

> >

> >Use dictation commands to tell you PC what to do, like "delete that"

> >or "select the previous word."

> >

> >

> >The following table tells you what you can say. If a word or phrase

> >is in bold, it's an example. Replace it with similar words to get

> >the result you want.

> >

> >

> >table with 2 columns and 16 rows

> >

> >To do this

> >

> >Say

> >

> >Clear a selection

> >

> >Clear selection; unselect that

> >

> >Delete the most recent dictation result or currently selected text

> >

> >Delete that; strike that

> >

> >Delete a unit of text, such as the current word

> >

> >Delete word

> >

> >Move the cursor to the first character after a specified word or phrase

> >

> >Go after that; move after word; go to the end of paragraph; move to

> >the end of that

> >

> >Move the cursor to the end of a unit of text

> >

> >Go after word; move after word; go to the end of that; move to the

> >end of paragraph

> >

> >Move the cursor backward by a unit of text

> >

> >Move back to the previous word; go up to the previous paragraph

> >

> >Move the cursor to the first character before a specified word or phrase

> >

> >Go to the start of the word

> >

> >Move the cursor to the start of a text unit

> >

> >Go before that; move to the start of that

> >

> >Move the cursor forward to the next unit of text

> >

> >Move forward to the next word; go down to the next paragraph

> >

> >Moves the cursor to the end of a text unit

> >

> >Move to the end of the word; go to the end of the paragraph

> >

> >Enter one of the following keys: Tab, Enter, End, Home, Page up,

> >Page down, Backspace, Delete

> >

> >Tap Enter; press Backspace

> >

> >Select a specific word or phrase

> >

> >Select word

> >

> >Select the most recent dictation result

> >

> >Select that

> >

> >Select a unit of text

> >

> >Select the next three words; select the previous two paragraphs

> >

> >Turn spelling mode on and off

> >

> >Start spelling; stop spelling

> >

> >

> >

> >Dictating letters, numbers, punctuation, and symbols

> >

> >

> >You can dictate most numbers and punctuation by saying the number or

> >punctuation character. To dictate letters and symbols, say "start

> >spelling." Then

> >

> >say the symbol or letter, or use the ICAO phonetic alphabet.

> >

> >

> >To dictate an uppercase letter, say "uppercase" before the letter.

> >For example, "uppercase A" or "uppercase alpha." When you're done,

> >say "stop spelling."

> >

> >

> >Here are the punctuation characters and symbols you can dictate.

> >

> >

> >table with 2 columns and 32 rows

> >

> >To insert this

> >

> >Say

> >

> >

> >@

> >

> >

> >at symbol; at sign

> >

> >

> >#

> >

> >

> >Pound symbol; pound sign; number symbol; number sign; hash symbol;

> >hash sign; hashtag symbol; hashtag sign; sharp symbol; sharp sign

> >

> >

> >$

> >

> >

> >Dollar symbol; dollar sign; dollars symbol; dollars sign

> >

> >

> >%

> >

> >

> >Percent symbol; percent sign

> >

> >

> >^

> >

> >

> >Caret

> >

> >

> >&

> >

> >

> >And symbol; and sign; ampersand symbol; ampersand sign

> >

> >

> >*

> >

> >

> >Asterisk; times; star

> >

> >

> >(

> >

> >

> >Open paren; left paren; open parenthesis; left paren

> >

> >

> >)

> >

> >

> >Close paren; right paren; close parenthesis; right parenthesis

> >

> >

> >_

> >

> >

> >Underscore

> >

> >

> >-

> >

> >

> >Hyphen; dash; minus sign

> >

> >

> >~

> >

> >

> >Tilde

> >

> >

> >\

> >

> >

> >Backslash; whack

> >

> >

> >/

> >

> >

> >Forward slash; divided by

> >

> >

> >,

> >

> >

> >Comma

> >

> >

> >.

> >

> >

> >Period; dot; decimal; point

> >

> >

> >;

> >

> >

> >Semicolon

> >

> >

> >'

> >

> >

> >Apostrophe; open single quote; begin single quote; close single

> >quote; close single quote; end single quote

> >

> >

> >=

> >

> >

> >Equal symbol; equal sign; equals symbol; equal sign

> >

> >

> >(space)

> >

> >

> >Space

> >

> >

> >|

> >

> >

> >Pipe

> >

> >

> >:

> >

> >

> >Colon

> >

> >

> >?

> >

> >

> >Question mark; question symbol

> >

> >

> >[

> >

> >

> >Open bracket; open square bracket; left bracket; left square bracket

> >

> >

> >]

> >

> >

> >Close bracket; close square bracket; right bracket; right square bracket

> >

> >

> >{

> >

> >

> >Open curly brace; open curly bracket; left curly brace; left curly

> >bracket

> >

> >

> >}

> >

> >

> >Close curly brace; close curly bracket; right curly brace; right

> >curly bracket

> >

> >

> >+

> >

> >

> >Plus symbol; plus sign

> >

> >

> ><

> >

> >

> >Open angle bracket; open less than; left angle bracket; left less than

> >

> >

> > >

> >

> >

> >Close angle bracket; close greater than; right angle bracket; right

> >greater than

> >

> >

> >"

> >

> >

> >Open quotes; begin quotes; close quotes; end quotes; open double

> >quotes; begin double quotes; close double quotes; end double quotes

> >

> >table end

> >

> >

> ><https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dictation>

>https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dictation

> >

> >

> >

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Re: sites with autoplay videos

Van Lant, Robin
 

I'll give Control M a try. I'm using Internet Explorer and starting to dabble in Chrome.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of netbat66
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 2:48 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: sites with autoplay videos

which browser?
i only use firefox so i don't know about other browsers.
and i don't know if you can make it perminant but with firefox press control m to mute the sound when an add starts playing.
but it turns back on when you go to another web page.

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 1:10 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: sites with autoplay videos



Until recently, I really didn’t run into websites that automatically played a
commercial or video clip when you got to it. Seems like this is more prevalent
now . Is there a way to keep these videos from auto playing and disrupting my
navigation of the site? Is there a downside to disabling this globally, if
that option even exists? I do not normally want the audio ducking feature in
JAWS on, in case I am really trying to listen to a video.







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Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

Sandra Streeter
 

How do you find out if there is a mic on your computer, if you want to experiment with this?





Sandra

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(Helen Keller)

-----Original Message-----
From: Ann Byrne
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 7:33 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

Hi, Bill,

I have seen the list. When I speak the commands, though, with
Windows+h pressed, nothing happens.
At 12:57 AM 10/24/2017, you wrote:
Hi, Ann. There actually is a way to delete words with speech recognition as
I will show below.


Delete the previous sentence

Delete previous sentence

Delete the next sentence

Delete next sentence

Delete the previous paragraph

Delete previous paragraph

Delete the next paragraph

Delete next paragraph

Delete the selected or last dictated text

Delete that


Now I will include a large number of speech recognition commands below.

Common Speech Recognition commands


To do this
Say this

Open Start

Start

Open Cortana

Note

Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana
features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn't available or is
turned
off, you can still use
search.

Press Windows C

Open Search

Press Windows S

Perform an action in an app

Right-click; Press Windows Z; press ctrl B

Select an item by its name

File; Start; View

Select an item or icon

Click Recycle Bin; Click Computer; Click file name

Double-click an item

Double-click Recycle Bin; Double-click Computer; Double-click file name

Switch to an open app

Switch to Paint; Switch to WordPad; Switch to program name; Switch
application

Scroll in one direction

Scroll up; Scroll down; Scroll left; Scroll right

Insert a new paragraph or new line in a document

New paragraph; New line

Select a word in a document

Select word

Select a word and start to correct it

Correct word

Select and delete specific words

Delete word

Show a list of applicable commands

What can I say?

Update the list of speech commands that are currently available

Refresh speech commands

Turn on listening mode

Start listening

Turn off listening mode

Stop listening

Move the Speech Recognition microphone bar

Move speech recognition

Minimize the microphone bar

Minimize speech recognition

Dictation
To do this
Say this

Insert a new line in the document

New line

Insert a new paragraph in the document

New paragraph

Insert a tab

Tab

Insert the literal word for the next command (for example, you can insert
the word "comma" instead of the punctuation mark)

Literal word

Insert the numeral form of a number

Numeral number

Put the cursor before a specific word

Go to word

Put the cursor after a specific word

Go after word

Don't insert a space before the next word

No space

Go to the start of the sentence that the cursor is in

Go to start of sentence

Go to the start of the paragraph that the cursor is in

Go to start of paragraph

Go to the start of the document

Go to start of document

Go to the end of the sentence that the cursor is in

Go to end of sentence

Go to the end of the paragraph that the cursor is in

Go to end of paragraph

Go to the end of the current document

Go to end of document

Select the word in the current document

Select word

Select the word range in the current document

Select word range; Select word through word

Select all text in the current document

Select all

Select a number of words before the location of the cursor

Select previous 20 words; Select previous 10 words

Select a number of words after the location of the cursor

Select next 20 words; Select next 10 words

Select the last text you dictated

Select that

Clear the selection on the screen

Clear selection

Capitalize the first letter of the word

Caps word

Capitalize all the letters of the word

All caps word

Make all the letters in the word lowercase

No caps word

Change the next number of words to uppercase

Change next 10 words to uppercase

Change the next number of words to lowercase

Change next 10 words to lowercase

Delete the previous sentence

Delete previous sentence

Delete the next sentence

Delete next sentence

Delete the previous paragraph

Delete previous paragraph

Delete the next paragraph

Delete next paragraph

Delete the selected or last dictated text

Delete that

Bill White
Billwhite92701@dslextreme.com


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2017 2:41 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC

thanks for this. Only problem is, saying 'delete that' doesn't do
anything. There isn't a directive as to how to make Windows
understand that she is receiving a command. Like my kids.

At 03:55 PM 10/23/2017, you wrote:
Use dictation to talk instead of type on your PC


Use dictation to convert spoken words into text anywhere on your PC
with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.


To start dictating, select a text field and press the Windows logo
key + H to open the dictation toolbar. Then say whatever's on your mind.



If you're using a tablet or a touchscreen, tap the
microphone button on the touch keyboard to start dictating. Tap it
again to stop dictation.


You can also stop dictating at any time by saying "stop dictation."


Note


Dictation is available in US English only. To use it, your PC needs
to be connected to the internet.


To dictate in other languages, use

Windows Speech Recognition.


Dictation commands


Use dictation commands to tell you PC what to do, like "delete that"
or "select the previous word."


The following table tells you what you can say. If a word or phrase
is in bold, it's an example. Replace it with similar words to get
the result you want.


table with 2 columns and 16 rows

To do this

Say

Clear a selection

Clear selection; unselect that

Delete the most recent dictation result or currently selected text

Delete that; strike that

Delete a unit of text, such as the current word

Delete word

Move the cursor to the first character after a specified word or phrase

Go after that; move after word; go to the end of paragraph; move to
the end of that

Move the cursor to the end of a unit of text

Go after word; move after word; go to the end of that; move to the
end of paragraph

Move the cursor backward by a unit of text

Move back to the previous word; go up to the previous paragraph

Move the cursor to the first character before a specified word or phrase

Go to the start of the word

Move the cursor to the start of a text unit

Go before that; move to the start of that

Move the cursor forward to the next unit of text

Move forward to the next word; go down to the next paragraph

Moves the cursor to the end of a text unit

Move to the end of the word; go to the end of the paragraph

Enter one of the following keys: Tab, Enter, End, Home, Page up,
Page down, Backspace, Delete

Tap Enter; press Backspace

Select a specific word or phrase

Select word

Select the most recent dictation result

Select that

Select a unit of text

Select the next three words; select the previous two paragraphs

Turn spelling mode on and off

Start spelling; stop spelling



Dictating letters, numbers, punctuation, and symbols


You can dictate most numbers and punctuation by saying the number or
punctuation character. To dictate letters and symbols, say "start
spelling." Then

say the symbol or letter, or use the ICAO phonetic alphabet.


To dictate an uppercase letter, say "uppercase" before the letter.
For example, "uppercase A" or "uppercase alpha." When you're done,
say "stop spelling."


Here are the punctuation characters and symbols you can dictate.


table with 2 columns and 32 rows

To insert this

Say


@


at symbol; at sign


#


Pound symbol; pound sign; number symbol; number sign; hash symbol;
hash sign; hashtag symbol; hashtag sign; sharp symbol; sharp sign


$


Dollar symbol; dollar sign; dollars symbol; dollars sign


%


Percent symbol; percent sign


^


Caret


&


And symbol; and sign; ampersand symbol; ampersand sign


*


Asterisk; times; star


(


Open paren; left paren; open parenthesis; left paren


)


Close paren; right paren; close parenthesis; right parenthesis


_


Underscore


-


Hyphen; dash; minus sign


~


Tilde


\


Backslash; whack


/


Forward slash; divided by


,


Comma


.


Period; dot; decimal; point


;


Semicolon


'


Apostrophe; open single quote; begin single quote; close single
quote; close single quote; end single quote


=


Equal symbol; equal sign; equals symbol; equal sign


(space)


Space


|


Pipe


:


Colon


?


Question mark; question symbol


[


Open bracket; open square bracket; left bracket; left square bracket


]


Close bracket; close square bracket; right bracket; right square bracket


{


Open curly brace; open curly bracket; left curly brace; left curly bracket


}


Close curly brace; close curly bracket; right curly brace; right
curly bracket


+


Plus symbol; plus sign


<


Open angle bracket; open less than; left angle bracket; left less than



Close angle bracket; close greater than; right angle bracket; right
greater than


"


Open quotes; begin quotes; close quotes; end quotes; open double
quotes; begin double quotes; close double quotes; end double quotes

table end


<https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dictation>
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4042244/windows-10-use-dictation










Re: sites with autoplay videos

netbat66
 

which browser?
i only use firefox so i don't know about other browsers.
and i don't know if you can make it perminant
but with firefox press control m to mute the sound when an add starts playing. but it turns back on when you go to another web page.

-----Original Message-----
From: Van Lant, Robin via Groups.Io
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 1:10 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: sites with autoplay videos



Until recently, I really didn’t run into websites that automatically played a commercial or video clip when you got to it. Seems like this is more prevalent now . Is there a way to keep these videos from auto playing and disrupting my navigation of the site? Is there a downside to disabling this globally, if that option even exists? I do not normally want the audio ducking feature in JAWS on, in case I am really trying to listen to a video.







Robin Van Lant | Sr. Program Manager

Strategy & Performance Management | Key Equipment Finance

720-304-1060 | Robin_Van_Lant@key.com





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Re: how to insert row in excel

Carol Smith
 

Hi,

This is really nice.  I was using the context (applications) key, but this is even easier.  Is there a place where one can get a list of these types of commands for faster navigation through the program?  I don't do much with spreadsheets, but would like to learn more.  There are things I could do if I had more knowledge.  I did take a Hadley course a couple of years ago and it was enough to help me get started.  However, there is much more available that could simplify things even better.  Thank you. 

Carol


On 10/24/2017 1:42 PM, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:

It is simply Control+NumPad+, if I said Cpontrol+Shift previously I apologize

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Richard Turner
Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2017 10:16 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: how to insert row in excel

 

I have the latest version of Jaws, both release and beta of 2018; Excel 2016 via the Office 365 subscription, on a Windows 10 machine running the Fall creator’s update  and control+shift+numpad+ does nothing.

 

But, application key, I, enter, then r and enter  inserts a row, etc.

It would be wonderful if the hotkey worked.

Is there an addon I am missing or something?

 

Richard

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Sieghard Weitzel
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2017 12:12 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: how to insert row in excel

 

Another shortcut is

Control+Numpad+, that is basically Control+PC Cursor. It will bring up the insert menu, then Alt+r will insert an entire row, Alt+C an entire column and you don’t even have to press the numlock for this to work.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Van Lant, Robin via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2017 11:10 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: how to insert row in excel

 

Even easier, Excel remembers the old menu commands in many cases. So, Insert I,  then r for row or c for column works, too.

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Kevin Hourigan
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2017 11:33 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: how to insert row in excel

 

Alt H, I, R

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mark Furness
Sent: October 20, 2017 10:25 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: how to insert row in excel

 

I created a sheet in excel 2007

And need to place an additional  row

But can not find how to do that.

Alt I does not give me the option.

Nor clicking insert after hitting alt gives me the option.

What am I missing?

Running windows 10, 17.o9 jaws 2018 beta 3

All help is appreciated

Mercy without repentance is license

 



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sites with autoplay videos

Van Lant, Robin
 

Until recently, I really didn’t run into websites that automatically played a commercial or video clip when you got to it.  Seems like this is more prevalent now .  Is there a way to keep these videos from auto playing and disrupting my navigation of the site?  Is there a downside to disabling this globally, if that option even exists?  I do not normally want the audio ducking feature in JAWS on, in case I am really trying to listen to a video. 

 

 

 

Robin Van Lant | Sr. Program Manager

Strategy & Performance Management | Key Equipment Finance

720-304-1060 | Robin_Van_Lant@...

 



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Re: Is "Java" important to the wellsbeing of my pc?

netbat66
 

that depends on the programs or what online services you use.
java is a serious security threat. thats why it has to be updated , sometimes 2 or more times per week.
it is being hacked all the time.
some java info
http://fortune.com/2016/10/18/java-software-security-veracode/
i uninstalled it 2 years ago and so far have not had any programs that use it.

i think open office still does. but i don't use it.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Ford
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 11:22 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Is "Java" important to the wellsbeing of my pc?

Just changing the subject line from "question" to something descriptive.


Tim Ford


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of David
Pearson
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 11:15 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Question

Hello list:

Is "Java" important to the well being of my pc? I receive an update
notification, but don't know how to install it, or whether it's necessary to
do.

Thank you,



David Pearson


Is "Java" important to the wellsbeing of my pc?

Tim Ford
 

Just changing the subject line from "question" to something descriptive.


Tim Ford

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of David
Pearson
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 11:15 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Question

Hello list:

Is "Java" important to the well being of my pc? I receive an update
notification, but don't know how to install it, or whether it's necessary to
do.

Thank you,



David Pearson