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moderated Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi, John. In Windows 10, To change the date or time,
1. In the search box, type date.
2. When the words Date & time settings, System settings appear, press ENTER.
3. TAB about five times to Additional date, time, & regional settings Link and press ENTER.
4. TAB past Date and Time link.
5. You should hear Set the date and time link. Press ENTER.
6. Then you will hear Change date and time...button. Press ENTER.
7. It will give the current set date and time.
8. TAB, and it will give spin boxes where you can arrow to the hour, minute, date, etc., that you want.
9. once all the spin boxes are set where you want, TAB to OK, and press ENTER.

Bill White
billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of John J. Fioravanti, Jr.
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2018 8:35 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

I tried the prompts set forth by Steve below.
I Pressed TAB until the button called "Change date and time" was located and activated it. All I see after that is change date and time formats. I don’t see a "change date and time" button. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.
-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2018 9:47 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

1. Press Windows Key + I to go to Settings.

2. Type DATE.

3. Wait a second or so, then press Down Arrow until the setting called "Change the date and time" is reached. Pres ENTER.

4. Press TAB until the button called "Change date and time" is located, and activate it.

5. Follow the prompts in the dialog.




On 3/17/2018 7:33 AM, John J. Fioravanti, Jr. wrote:
Hi: With windows 10 I need to change the time. I can get into date and time, but can't locate a place to actually change the hours and minutes.
Thanks.





moderated Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

 

First of all, why is your time not correct, the clock should set itself automatically.
OK, having said this, Steve must have turned off the "Set Time Automatically" option because only when you do this will the Change Date and Time button show up.
1. Go to Settings > Time and Language and press enter
2. Tab to the first of the 3 items in that menu/area "Date and Time"
3. Tab once and press the spacebar to turn poff Set Time Automatically
4. Tab twice more to get to Set Date and Time. There is also another option to turn off Set Time Zone Automatically.

For me turning on Set Date and Time which I believe is the default always has the exact and correct time.

Regards,
Sieghard

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of John J. Fioravanti, Jr.
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2018 8:35 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

I tried the prompts set forth by Steve below.
I Pressed TAB until the button called "Change date and time" was located and activated it. All I see after that is change date and time formats. I don’t see a "change date and time" button. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.
-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2018 9:47 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

1. Press Windows Key + I to go to Settings.

2. Type DATE.

3. Wait a second or so, then press Down Arrow until the setting called "Change the date and time" is reached. Pres ENTER.

4. Press TAB until the button called "Change date and time" is located, and activate it.

5. Follow the prompts in the dialog.




On 3/17/2018 7:33 AM, John J. Fioravanti, Jr. wrote:
Hi: With windows 10 I need to change the time. I can get into date and time, but can't locate a place to actually change the hours and minutes.
Thanks.





moderated Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

John J. Fioravanti, Jr.
 

I tried the prompts set forth by Steve below.
I Pressed TAB until the button called "Change date and time" was located and activated it. All I see after that is change date and time formats. I don’t see a "change date and time" button. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2018 9:47 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Windows 10, Jaws 2018 and changing the time

1. Press Windows Key + I to go to Settings.

2. Type DATE.

3. Wait a second or so, then press Down Arrow until the setting called "Change the date and time" is reached. Pres ENTER.

4. Press TAB until the button called "Change date and time" is located, and activate it.

5. Follow the prompts in the dialog.




On 3/17/2018 7:33 AM, John J. Fioravanti, Jr. wrote:
Hi: With windows 10 I need to change the time. I can get into date and time, but can't locate a place to actually change the hours and minutes.
Thanks.





moderated Re: Jaws and XL

 

Can you be more specific? I have no issues with Excel 2016 and Jaws 2018 latest update on my Windows 7 work desktops or my Windows 10 laptop.

Which OS are you using? Which version of Jaws?

Also, are the files you are opening stored in a OneDrive folder? I did have some problems a few weeks ago where Excel crashed if I tried to open a file which was in OneDrive, as soon as I copied said file to say the Desktop or another local folder it was fine. However, this problem disappeared for me again as well.

 

As for competition, there is NVDA, I don’t use it because I have been a Jaws user for 29 years this fall (starting with Jaws for DOS of course, and I just can’t get used to NVDA. But those who use it a lot seem to like it quite a bit.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dan Longmore
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2018 11:46 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Jaws and XL

 

 Jaws is back to crushing hanging in freezing with excel 2016 I am using the latest versions of both. Any ideas? All for the days of window eyes. Hopefully somebody can compete soon with jaws so they will have better incentive to fix on going bugs 

 


moderated Jaws and XL

Dan Longmore
 

 Jaws is back to crushing hanging in freezing with excel 2016 I am using the latest versions of both. Any ideas? All for the days of window eyes. Hopefully somebody can compete soon with jaws so they will have better incentive to fix on going bugs 


moderated Re: Auslogics Boost Speed & Jaws

David Ingram
 

Hi, how are you?  I also used that program at one time and I found it to do different things as well but I don't know the level of accessibility.  Maybe someone might write jaws scripts who uses that program.

-----Original Message-----
From: "Mike B."
Sent: Mar 24, 2018 12:06 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Auslogics Boost Speed & Jaws

Howdy All,
 
Several years ago I was using a program called Auslogics Boost Speed, version 5.  After version 5 it kept getting less & less accessible, but at the time it was a great program taking care of several tasks at once like, disk cleanup, disk defrag, removing temp files...
 
Well, now the program is up to version 10, & I was wondering if anyone is using this latest version with Jaws.  I would like to know it's level of accessibility.  i.e; Is there a lot of Jaws cursoring necessary...
Will Jaws read the status of checkboxes?...
 
All input will be greatly appreciated.  This was once an excellent program until they found it necessary to add all that eye candy to the program!  LOL  Thanks much.
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
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moderated Auslogics Boost Speed & Jaws

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Howdy All,
 
Several years ago I was using a program called Auslogics Boost Speed, version 5.  After version 5 it kept getting less & less accessible, but at the time it was a great program taking care of several tasks at once like, disk cleanup, disk defrag, removing temp files...
 
Well, now the program is up to version 10, & I was wondering if anyone is using this latest version with Jaws.  I would like to know it's level of accessibility.  i.e; Is there a lot of Jaws cursoring necessary...
Will Jaws read the status of checkboxes?...
 
All input will be greatly appreciated.  This was once an excellent program until they found it necessary to add all that eye candy to the program!  LOL  Thanks much.
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
Sennt from my iBarstool.
Arguing with a woman is like reading a software license agreement.  In the end you have to ignore everything, & click I agree.


moderated Re: Tandem Questions

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi Jonas,
 
Yes, Tandem started with Jaws 10, & the XP box has Jaws 11 installed.  Thanks much.
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
Sennt from my iBarstool.
Arguing with a woman is like reading a software license agreement.  In the end you have to ignore everything, & click I agree.

----- Original Message -----
From: Jonas Voll
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 4:04 AM
Subject: Re: Tandem Questions

Your XP box needs to have a version of Jaws that supports  Tandem!

I cant remember  at what version Jaws started Tandem, but I think the host your using just needs to have a newer version of Jaws (your Windows 7 box).

 

Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration and opportunity for people who are blind or visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.


From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 11:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Tandem Questions

 

Hi All,

 

I'm running Windows 7 Pro with J16 as my oldest version of Jaws installed.  I need to Tandem into an XP computer to get some information, but being that the latest version of Jaws that XP allows, from what I understand is Jaws 15, can I Tandem into this XP computer under these circumstances?  All help will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks mooy moocho.

Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
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moderated Re: JAWS Losing Focus in Chrome Due to Ads

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 


Hi Tom,
 
There's a little program called, Ad Block plus, that you can get for IE, Firefox, or Chrome that will help quite a lot, & you can set how much you want blocked or not.
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 7:07 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS Losing Focus in Chrome Due to Ads

I am finding that flexable web doesn't work in chrome.  Not sure if it is supposed to or whether there is something with my machine. 
Tom Bisset
-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jonas Voll
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 7:40 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS Losing Focus in Chrome Due to Ads

Pam this is what you can find in the Jaws help!
Flexible Web
Frequently, you will encounter Web pages that contain a lot of excess content which can make it difficult to locate the actual content you want, or interupts the flow when reading. For instance, many sites contain Google ad frames. These can be troublesome for JAWS users as they disrupt the reading order of surrounding content.

Flexible Web enables you to take more control of Web pages by allowing you to quickly find the content you are looking for, as well as hide content that interrupts the reading experience. You can hide sections of content, such as Google ad frames or other types of unnecessary content, for a smoother reading experience. In addition, you could have JAWS begin reading at a level one heading, or ARIA main region, as these may contain the most interesting content.

To use Flexible Web, open a Web page you want to customize in Internet Explorer or Firefox. Then, move the Virtual PC Cursor to the page element you want to hide, or from where you want to start reading when the page first loads. Activate the Flexible Web wizard by pressing the layered keystroke INSERT+SPACEBAR, X. Alternatively, press INSERT+F2 to open the Run JAWS Manager dialog box, then choose Flexible Web.

Through several easy-to-follow steps, The Flexible Web wizard that opens provides you with two options: hide, or start reading at the selected element. The wizard then guides you through the process of creating a temporary customization by giving you various choices about the selected element and how you want to hide it or from where exactly to start reading. Once the customization has been made, it is immediately applied to the page. For instance, if you choose to hide all frames containing advertisements, you will not see any advertisements when navigating the page after making this temporary customization.

If you are not happy with how a customization is working, you can open the Flexible Web wizard to undo the last customization you made. When you return to the page, you can choose a different element or the same one, then reactivate the Flexible Web wizard to retry the customization again perhaps with different criteria. For example, in the case of hiding those advertisement frames mentioned earlier, you probably want to hide all of them, not just the first one on the page. The wizard will provide you with choices about whether to hide just the first one or all of them.

You can create as many customizations for a page as you want. Once you have created one or more customizations, you can save them as a rule, which is applied every time you load the particular page or site. To indicate that a rule has been applied to a page, JAWS plays a sound after the page loads. Rules can be applied to the current Web page, entire Web site, or globally for all Web sites. Otherwise, customizations are only temporary and are lost as soon as you navigate away from the current Web page or close the browser. If you have made temporary customizations and you attempt to navigate to another page or close the browser, a dialog box opens asking if you want to save your customizations as a rule.

Creating Customizations and Rules
Following is an example of a situation where you might use Flexible Web to improve the reading experience on a Web page.

You frequently visit a news Web site where you would like to have JAWS start reading at the beginning of the article, which is the first level one heading on the page. Between the heading and the beginning of the text is an annoying frame called Social containing links to various social Web sites that you do not want to hear or read. You would first create two temporary customizations that start reading at the first level 1 heading and hide all frames named Social. You would then save these as a rule which will be applied each time you load a page from this Web site.

Creating Temporary Customizations
To customize this site so JAWS starts reading at the first level one heading and ignores the Social frame, do the following:

Move the Virtual PC Cursor to the first level one heading which contains the title of the article and press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard. By default, the Create new customization radio button is selected.
Choose Next and you are prompted with the type of customization you want to create. Select Start reading at an element, then choose Next.
You are now asked what element you want to customize. The first item in the list is the level one heading containing the article title. Since this is the element where you want JAWS to start reading, choose Next.
In the list box, select a customization. In this case, select the option Start reading at heading 1, 1 from the top. This is because you want this customization to work for every article on the site, not just the current one.
Choose Finish and you are returned to the page.
Move the Virtual PC Cursor to the frame called Social and press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard again. Since a customization has already been created, there are now several radio buttons that have become available, including Retry, Undo, and Save temporary customizations as a rule. However, the default radio button is still Create a new customization, so choose Next.
Select Hide an element, then choose Next.
From the list of elements you can customize, choose the Social frame, then choose Next.
In the list of possible choices for how to hide the selected element, select Hide all frames named Social. This hides all frames with the name Social no matter where they appear on the page.
Choose Finish to return to the page. As you navigate the page, the virtual buffer will no longer show the Social frame between the title of the article and its text.
Note: Customizations only apply for the current browser window or tab. This allows you to have the same page open in two browser windows at the same time so you can try customizations on one page, while leaving the other one unchanged.

Retrying a Customization
If you are not completely satisfied with how a customization is working, you can undo the customization and try creating it again. For instance, you may have created the customization using the wrong element.

To retry a customization, do the following:

Move the Virtual PC cursor to the element on the page you want to customize and press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Select the Retry radio button and choose Next.
The most recent customization you made is deleted. Follow the steps in the wizard to create a new customization.
If you want to delete the last customization you made without creating a new one, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard and choose the Undo radio button. Select Finish to remove the customization and return to the Web page.

Saving One or More Temporary Customizations as a Rule Currently,the customizations you made in this example are temporary. To save them as a permenant rule, do the following:

Press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard. Select the Save temporary customizations as a rule radio button, then choose Next.
In the Rule name edit field, enter a name for the rule, for example, "News Article Web Site".
Press TAB to move to the checkable list of customizations that will be included in the rule. By default, all customizations are selected. You can exclude a customization from the rule by pressing the SPACEBAR to clear its check mark.
Press TAB to move to the How would you like this rule to apply combo box. The available choices are Globally, To the current site, or To the current page. The default option is To the current site. If you want to apply the rule to the current page (such as the home page of a site), or globally, so it applies to all sites, move up or down through the combo box to select the option you want. In our example, we will choose the default so that the rule is applied to any page within the current site.
Choose Finish to create the new rule.
Now, when ever you visit any page on this site, JAWS will begin reading at the first level 1 heading and all frames named Social will not appear in the virtual view.

Rules are browser specific. This means that if you save rules for a page in Internet Explorer then access the same page in Firefox, the rules you created will not work. You will need to create the rule again in Firefox.

Managing Rules
You can manage rules by opening the Flexible Web wizard and choosing View and change where rules apply. In the dialog box that opens, you can rename, delete, enable,disable, or move existing rules from one page or site to another without having to re-create the entire rule.

The Flexible Web viewer dialog box contains a tree view and a checkable list view. The tree view lists the sites and pages for which you have saved Flexible Web rules. The top level is Global, level one is Current site, and level two is Current page. The list view shows all rules. Every rule has a check mark next to it. If a rule is supposed to be executed for a current location in the tree view, the rule is checked, otherwise it is unchecked.

For example, let’s say that you have created three different rules: "Rule A" to be applied globally for all sites, “Rule B” for google.com, and “Rule C” for a specific page on cnn.com. If Global is selected in the tree, you will find that only “Rule A” will be checked in the list of rules, which means that no matter how many saved rules there are, only “Rule A” will run on every single page.

If the currently selected item in the tree is google.com, then both “Rule A” and “Rule B” will be checked. “Rule A” is checked for google.com because it is supposed to run on all sites and “Rule B” is checked, because it was saved specifically for google.com. “Rule C” is not checked because it was saved for one of the pages on cnn.com and therefore does not apply to google.com.

From the list of rules, you can enable or disable rules as well as delete, rename, or view properties of the selected rule.

Enabling or Disabling a Rule
To enable or disable a rule for a site or page, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button.
Move to the Finish button and press ENTER. This closes the wizard and opens a viewer that contains a treeview. Its root is Global, its level 1 branch is Current site, and its level 2 branch is Current page. The default location when the Viewer opens is Global.
Navigate the tree, opening the Current Site or Current page branch as desired. Each branch will include the name of the site or page of a site.
From the desired site or page whose rules you want to examine, press TAB to move to the next control. This is a checkable list view of rules. If the currently selected rule is being applied to the current page or site, it will be checked. Otherwise, any rules that appear in the list will be unchecked.
If the rule is currently checked – that is, it is applied to the current page, site, or globally, and you just want to disable it without deleting it, then uncheck the rule by pressing SPACEBAR. Otherwise, if the rule is unchecked – that is, it is not applied to the current page or site, but you do wish to apply it, then check it by pressing SPACEBAR.
When you are finished, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER.
Deleting a Rule
To delete a rule, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button and press ENTER.
When the Flexible Web viewer opens, press TAB to move to the list of rules.
Navigate to the rule you want to delete and press the DELETE Key. Alternatively, press the APPLICATIONS Key to open the context menu and choose Delete. When asked if you want to continue, choose Yes to delete the rule, or No to cancel the deletion.
Caution: If you choose Yes, the rule will be deleted and you will have to recreate it in order to use it again. This also means that if there were multiple sites or pages that were using this rule, they will no longer run it as well. If you need to temporarily stop a rule from being applied for a specific page or site, simply clear its check mark instead of deleting it. You can then select it again when you need it.

When you are finished, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER.
Renaming a Rule
To rename a rule, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button and press ENTER.
When the Flexible Web viewer opens, press TAB to move to the list of rules.
Navigate to the rule you want to rename and press F2 to rename the rule. Alternatively, you can press the APPLICATIONS Key to open the context menu and choose Rename. This opens a dialog box where you can edit the name of the rule similar to renaming a file in Windows Explorer.
Edit the rule name then press ENTER to confirm the change or ESC to cancel.
When you are finished, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER.
Viewing the Customizations in a Rule
To view the list of customizations that are included in a rule, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button and press ENTER.
When the Flexible Web viewer opens, press TAB to move to the list of rules.
Navigate to the rule you want to view, then press the APPLICATIONS Key to open the context menu and choose Properties.
When the Properties dialog box opens, you are on a read-only control that shows the name of the current rule whose settings you wish to examine. For example, you may have set several temporary customizations as a single rule. Therefore, the properties for the rule will include the various customizations made for that rule. Press TAB to move to the properties list and use the ARROW keys to navigate the list of properties associated with the rule.
When you are done examining the properties of the current rule, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER to return to the viewer. Select the Close button once more to exit the viewer and return to the browser.
Using Other JAWS Features on a Web Page Where Flexible Web Rules are Applied Where applicable, other JAWS features such as PlaceMarkers, Custom Page Summary, and Personalized Settings will continue to be in effect for a page where Flexible Web rules have been applied to it. This depends on whether a setting applied as a Flexible Web rule conflicts with a setting that is not a Flexible Web rule. For example, if you have created a PlaceMarker for a page that is located on an element that has now been hidden because a Flexible Web rule has been applied to that page, the PlaceMarker will not be found when you attempt to move to it.

For pages that automatically update information frequently, any Flexible Web rules applied will still be in effect as the page updates. Additionally, if a page automatically sets focus to a control, such as an edit field for searching, this takes precedence over any rules that start reading at a specific element.

When selecting and copying text from a Web page where Flexible Web rules have been applied, if Select and Copy Full Content Using Onscreen Highlight is selected in Quick Settings, all content is copied, including any hidden content that was included in the selection. If you do not want to include any hidden content when selecting, choose the Select and Copy from Virtual Cursor option.

Turning Off Flexible Web
Flexible Web is on by default. To turn it off so rules are not applied when pages load, do the following:

Press INSERT+F2, and select Settings Center.
Press CTRL+SHIFT+D to load the JAWS default settings.
In the Search edit box, type "Flexible Web" without the quotes.
Press DOWN ARROW to move to Flexible Web in the filtered search results in the tree view.
Next, press SPACEBAR to enable or disable Flexible Web.



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Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita,  KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ekstrand, Pamela A. -ND
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 4:27 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: JAWS Losing Focus in Chrome Due to Ads

Hi,

I am finding that if I am arrowing down through content on a web page with Chrome, focus can suddenly change to where an ad is being displayed, and then I have to find where the content I am interested in is again.

An example of a page where this is occurring is:
http://thewellflouredkitchen.com/2015/08/11/blueberry-phyllo-dough-turnovers/

Can anyone suggest a way to stop JAWS from doing this, or to get rid of the ads?

Thanks.

Pam




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moderated Re: Tandem Questions

Dave Durber
 

Hello Mike:
 
The version of JAWS on the controlling computer, needs to be the same version or, higher, than the computer you wish to tandom with.
 
HTH
 
Sincerely:
 
Dave Durber
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Mike B.
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 4:51 AM
Subject: Tandem Questions

Hi All,
 
I'm running Windows 7 Pro with J16 as my oldest version of Jaws installed.  I need to Tandem into an XP computer to get some information, but being that the latest version of Jaws that XP allows, from what I understand is Jaws 15, can I Tandem into this XP computer under these circumstances?  All help will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks mooy moocho.
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
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moderated Re: OCR software which works with jaws

paul lemm
 

Hi,

 

Excellent, thanks for the extra key commands they should come in helpful for other stuff.

 

Paul

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Sieghard Weitzel
Sent: 23 March 2018 16:28
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

In Jaws 18 you have to open a PDF document in Adobe Reader first.

Then use the following layered key command:

Jaws Key+Spacebar followed by O and D

The “O” is for “OCR” and the “D” is for document.

You also have the following choices after you press the “O”:

S = recognize the current screen

W = recognize the current window in focus

C = recognize the current control

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of paul lemm
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 8:42 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

                Hi everyone,

 

Thanks for the quick  reply, unfortuently I’m not running jaws 2018 , but I do have the previous version wich is jaws 18, since someone suggested Jaws 18 should have OCR functionality  I’ll go check the help documentation for key strokes and see how well it reads a scanned document. if I can get jaws to do the OCR for me and save me spending out on separate OCR software I’ll be a very happy man! Thanks for all the help.

 

Paul

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave...
Sent: 23 March 2018 15:18
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Paul,

 

Do you have JAWS 2018? If so, you should already have a built-in JAWS OCR capability.

 

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

 

 

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

From: paul lemm

Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 08:12

Subject: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

In Jaws 18 you have to open a PDF document in Adobe Reader first.

Then use the following layered key command:

Jaws Key+Spacebar followed by O and D

The “O” is for “OCR” and the “D” is for document.

You also have the following choices after you press the “O”:

S = recognize the current screen

W = recognize the current window in focus

C = recognize the current control

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of paul lemm
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 8:42 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

                Hi everyone,

 

Thanks for the quick  reply, unfortuently I’m not running jaws 2018 , but I do have the previous version wich is jaws 18, since someone suggested Jaws 18 should have OCR functionality  I’ll go check the help documentation for key strokes and see how well it reads a scanned document. if I can get jaws to do the OCR for me and save me spending out on separate OCR software I’ll be a very happy man! Thanks for all the help.

 

Paul

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave...
Sent: 23 March 2018 15:18
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Paul,

 

Do you have JAWS 2018? If so, you should already have a built-in JAWS OCR capability.

 

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

 

 

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

From: paul lemm

Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 08:12

Subject: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated Re: OCR software which works with jaws

paul lemm
 

Hi,

 

Thanks for that, I would have tried saving to a JPG if you hadn’t said that, which sounds like it wouldn’t have worked since I’m running jaws 18. I’ll see if I can get my scanner to save it as a PDF instead and try and get Jaws to read it like that. Thanks

 

 

Paul

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Sieghard Weitzel
Sent: 23 March 2018 15:37
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Jaws Convenient OCR actually has been part of Jaws since version 13 so for about 6 years. In version 2018 it has been expanded to handle not just PDF image files, but also JPG and other formats. If you have a scanner you can scan any document, save it in PDF or JPG (most scanners nowadays probably save as PDF) and then use Jaws OCR on that file to recognize it.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave...
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 8:18 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Paul,

 

Do you have JAWS 2018? If so, you should already have a built-in JAWS OCR capability.

 

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

 

 

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

From: paul lemm

Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 08:12

Subject: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated Re: OCR software which works with jaws

paul lemm
 

                Hi everyone,

 

Thanks for the quick  reply, unfortuently I’m not running jaws 2018 , but I do have the previous version wich is jaws 18, since someone suggested Jaws 18 should have OCR functionality  I’ll go check the help documentation for key strokes and see how well it reads a scanned document. if I can get jaws to do the OCR for me and save me spending out on separate OCR software I’ll be a very happy man! Thanks for all the help.

 

Paul

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave...
Sent: 23 March 2018 15:18
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Paul,

 

Do you have JAWS 2018? If so, you should already have a built-in JAWS OCR capability.

 

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

 

 

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

From: paul lemm

Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 08:12

Subject: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Jaws Convenient OCR actually has been part of Jaws since version 13 so for about 6 years. In version 2018 it has been expanded to handle not just PDF image files, but also JPG and other formats. If you have a scanner you can scan any document, save it in PDF or JPG (most scanners nowadays probably save as PDF) and then use Jaws OCR on that file to recognize it.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave...
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 8:18 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Paul,

 

Do you have JAWS 2018? If so, you should already have a built-in JAWS OCR capability.

 

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

 

 

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

From: paul lemm

Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 08:12

Subject: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated Re: OCR software which works with jaws

Dave...
 

Paul,
 
Do you have JAWS 2018? If so, you should already have a built-in JAWS OCR capability.
 
Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: paul lemm
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 08:12
Subject: OCR software which works with jaws

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated Re: OCR software which works with jaws

John Doering
 

Paul:

What version of JAWS are you running?

I believe as of version 17 JAWS has it’s own built in OCR.

Check your JAWS help files for how to use.

 

HTH,

 

 

 

John Doering

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From: paul lemm [mailto:paul.lemm@...]
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 10:13 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: OCR software which works with jaws

 

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated OCR software which works with jaws

paul lemm
 

Hi,

 

I was wondering if anyone can recommend any good OCR software I can use to scan documents and turn them into text for Jaws to use. Not sure if there are any free OCR programs out there, if there are fantastic , but if not I’d be happy to look at paid versions to

 

Paul

 


moderated Youtube-DL UI not launching

Mario
 

I have downloaded the latest version of YTDLUi from:
http://www.softcon.com/ytdlui.html

and youtube-dl from:
http://www.ytdl.org

and copied both executables to a YTDL folder, but am experiencing a
problem getting YTDLUi to start. I keep getting "Errors occurred, please
check YTDLUI.log for more details." but the LOG file is 0 k. is Travis
Siegel on this list anymore?


moderated Re: JAWS Losing Focus in Chrome Due to Ads

Bissett, Tom <tom.bissett@...>
 

I am finding that flexable web doesn't work in chrome. Not sure if it is supposed to or whether there is something with my machine.
Tom Bisset

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jonas Voll
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 7:40 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS Losing Focus in Chrome Due to Ads

Pam this is what you can find in the Jaws help!
Flexible Web
Frequently, you will encounter Web pages that contain a lot of excess content which can make it difficult to locate the actual content you want, or interupts the flow when reading. For instance, many sites contain Google ad frames. These can be troublesome for JAWS users as they disrupt the reading order of surrounding content.

Flexible Web enables you to take more control of Web pages by allowing you to quickly find the content you are looking for, as well as hide content that interrupts the reading experience. You can hide sections of content, such as Google ad frames or other types of unnecessary content, for a smoother reading experience. In addition, you could have JAWS begin reading at a level one heading, or ARIA main region, as these may contain the most interesting content.

To use Flexible Web, open a Web page you want to customize in Internet Explorer or Firefox. Then, move the Virtual PC Cursor to the page element you want to hide, or from where you want to start reading when the page first loads. Activate the Flexible Web wizard by pressing the layered keystroke INSERT+SPACEBAR, X. Alternatively, press INSERT+F2 to open the Run JAWS Manager dialog box, then choose Flexible Web.

Through several easy-to-follow steps, The Flexible Web wizard that opens provides you with two options: hide, or start reading at the selected element. The wizard then guides you through the process of creating a temporary customization by giving you various choices about the selected element and how you want to hide it or from where exactly to start reading. Once the customization has been made, it is immediately applied to the page. For instance, if you choose to hide all frames containing advertisements, you will not see any advertisements when navigating the page after making this temporary customization.

If you are not happy with how a customization is working, you can open the Flexible Web wizard to undo the last customization you made. When you return to the page, you can choose a different element or the same one, then reactivate the Flexible Web wizard to retry the customization again perhaps with different criteria. For example, in the case of hiding those advertisement frames mentioned earlier, you probably want to hide all of them, not just the first one on the page. The wizard will provide you with choices about whether to hide just the first one or all of them.

You can create as many customizations for a page as you want. Once you have created one or more customizations, you can save them as a rule, which is applied every time you load the particular page or site. To indicate that a rule has been applied to a page, JAWS plays a sound after the page loads. Rules can be applied to the current Web page, entire Web site, or globally for all Web sites. Otherwise, customizations are only temporary and are lost as soon as you navigate away from the current Web page or close the browser. If you have made temporary customizations and you attempt to navigate to another page or close the browser, a dialog box opens asking if you want to save your customizations as a rule.

Creating Customizations and Rules
Following is an example of a situation where you might use Flexible Web to improve the reading experience on a Web page.

You frequently visit a news Web site where you would like to have JAWS start reading at the beginning of the article, which is the first level one heading on the page. Between the heading and the beginning of the text is an annoying frame called Social containing links to various social Web sites that you do not want to hear or read. You would first create two temporary customizations that start reading at the first level 1 heading and hide all frames named Social. You would then save these as a rule which will be applied each time you load a page from this Web site.

Creating Temporary Customizations
To customize this site so JAWS starts reading at the first level one heading and ignores the Social frame, do the following:

Move the Virtual PC Cursor to the first level one heading which contains the title of the article and press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard. By default, the Create new customization radio button is selected.
Choose Next and you are prompted with the type of customization you want to create. Select Start reading at an element, then choose Next.
You are now asked what element you want to customize. The first item in the list is the level one heading containing the article title. Since this is the element where you want JAWS to start reading, choose Next.
In the list box, select a customization. In this case, select the option Start reading at heading 1, 1 from the top. This is because you want this customization to work for every article on the site, not just the current one.
Choose Finish and you are returned to the page.
Move the Virtual PC Cursor to the frame called Social and press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard again. Since a customization has already been created, there are now several radio buttons that have become available, including Retry, Undo, and Save temporary customizations as a rule. However, the default radio button is still Create a new customization, so choose Next.
Select Hide an element, then choose Next.
From the list of elements you can customize, choose the Social frame, then choose Next.
In the list of possible choices for how to hide the selected element, select Hide all frames named Social. This hides all frames with the name Social no matter where they appear on the page.
Choose Finish to return to the page. As you navigate the page, the virtual buffer will no longer show the Social frame between the title of the article and its text.
Note: Customizations only apply for the current browser window or tab. This allows you to have the same page open in two browser windows at the same time so you can try customizations on one page, while leaving the other one unchanged.

Retrying a Customization
If you are not completely satisfied with how a customization is working, you can undo the customization and try creating it again. For instance, you may have created the customization using the wrong element.

To retry a customization, do the following:

Move the Virtual PC cursor to the element on the page you want to customize and press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Select the Retry radio button and choose Next.
The most recent customization you made is deleted. Follow the steps in the wizard to create a new customization.
If you want to delete the last customization you made without creating a new one, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard and choose the Undo radio button. Select Finish to remove the customization and return to the Web page.

Saving One or More Temporary Customizations as a Rule Currently,the customizations you made in this example are temporary. To save them as a permenant rule, do the following:

Press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard. Select the Save temporary customizations as a rule radio button, then choose Next.
In the Rule name edit field, enter a name for the rule, for example, "News Article Web Site".
Press TAB to move to the checkable list of customizations that will be included in the rule. By default, all customizations are selected. You can exclude a customization from the rule by pressing the SPACEBAR to clear its check mark.
Press TAB to move to the How would you like this rule to apply combo box. The available choices are Globally, To the current site, or To the current page. The default option is To the current site. If you want to apply the rule to the current page (such as the home page of a site), or globally, so it applies to all sites, move up or down through the combo box to select the option you want. In our example, we will choose the default so that the rule is applied to any page within the current site.
Choose Finish to create the new rule.
Now, when ever you visit any page on this site, JAWS will begin reading at the first level 1 heading and all frames named Social will not appear in the virtual view.

Rules are browser specific. This means that if you save rules for a page in Internet Explorer then access the same page in Firefox, the rules you created will not work. You will need to create the rule again in Firefox.

Managing Rules
You can manage rules by opening the Flexible Web wizard and choosing View and change where rules apply. In the dialog box that opens, you can rename, delete, enable,disable, or move existing rules from one page or site to another without having to re-create the entire rule.

The Flexible Web viewer dialog box contains a tree view and a checkable list view. The tree view lists the sites and pages for which you have saved Flexible Web rules. The top level is Global, level one is Current site, and level two is Current page. The list view shows all rules. Every rule has a check mark next to it. If a rule is supposed to be executed for a current location in the tree view, the rule is checked, otherwise it is unchecked.

For example, let’s say that you have created three different rules: "Rule A" to be applied globally for all sites, “Rule B” for google.com, and “Rule C” for a specific page on cnn.com. If Global is selected in the tree, you will find that only “Rule A” will be checked in the list of rules, which means that no matter how many saved rules there are, only “Rule A” will run on every single page.

If the currently selected item in the tree is google.com, then both “Rule A” and “Rule B” will be checked. “Rule A” is checked for google.com because it is supposed to run on all sites and “Rule B” is checked, because it was saved specifically for google.com. “Rule C” is not checked because it was saved for one of the pages on cnn.com and therefore does not apply to google.com.

From the list of rules, you can enable or disable rules as well as delete, rename, or view properties of the selected rule.

Enabling or Disabling a Rule
To enable or disable a rule for a site or page, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button.
Move to the Finish button and press ENTER. This closes the wizard and opens a viewer that contains a treeview. Its root is Global, its level 1 branch is Current site, and its level 2 branch is Current page. The default location when the Viewer opens is Global.
Navigate the tree, opening the Current Site or Current page branch as desired. Each branch will include the name of the site or page of a site.
From the desired site or page whose rules you want to examine, press TAB to move to the next control. This is a checkable list view of rules. If the currently selected rule is being applied to the current page or site, it will be checked. Otherwise, any rules that appear in the list will be unchecked.
If the rule is currently checked – that is, it is applied to the current page, site, or globally, and you just want to disable it without deleting it, then uncheck the rule by pressing SPACEBAR. Otherwise, if the rule is unchecked – that is, it is not applied to the current page or site, but you do wish to apply it, then check it by pressing SPACEBAR.
When you are finished, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER.
Deleting a Rule
To delete a rule, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button and press ENTER.
When the Flexible Web viewer opens, press TAB to move to the list of rules.
Navigate to the rule you want to delete and press the DELETE Key. Alternatively, press the APPLICATIONS Key to open the context menu and choose Delete. When asked if you want to continue, choose Yes to delete the rule, or No to cancel the deletion.
Caution: If you choose Yes, the rule will be deleted and you will have to recreate it in order to use it again. This also means that if there were multiple sites or pages that were using this rule, they will no longer run it as well. If you need to temporarily stop a rule from being applied for a specific page or site, simply clear its check mark instead of deleting it. You can then select it again when you need it.

When you are finished, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER.
Renaming a Rule
To rename a rule, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button and press ENTER.
When the Flexible Web viewer opens, press TAB to move to the list of rules.
Navigate to the rule you want to rename and press F2 to rename the rule. Alternatively, you can press the APPLICATIONS Key to open the context menu and choose Rename. This opens a dialog box where you can edit the name of the rule similar to renaming a file in Windows Explorer.
Edit the rule name then press ENTER to confirm the change or ESC to cancel.
When you are finished, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER.
Viewing the Customizations in a Rule
To view the list of customizations that are included in a rule, do the following:

From the browser where you have created Flexible Web rules, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, X to open the Flexible Web wizard.
Choose the View and change where rules apply radio button and press ENTER.
When the Flexible Web viewer opens, press TAB to move to the list of rules.
Navigate to the rule you want to view, then press the APPLICATIONS Key to open the context menu and choose Properties.
When the Properties dialog box opens, you are on a read-only control that shows the name of the current rule whose settings you wish to examine. For example, you may have set several temporary customizations as a single rule. Therefore, the properties for the rule will include the various customizations made for that rule. Press TAB to move to the properties list and use the ARROW keys to navigate the list of properties associated with the rule.
When you are done examining the properties of the current rule, press TAB to move to the Close button and press ENTER to return to the viewer. Select the Close button once more to exit the viewer and return to the browser.
Using Other JAWS Features on a Web Page Where Flexible Web Rules are Applied Where applicable, other JAWS features such as PlaceMarkers, Custom Page Summary, and Personalized Settings will continue to be in effect for a page where Flexible Web rules have been applied to it. This depends on whether a setting applied as a Flexible Web rule conflicts with a setting that is not a Flexible Web rule. For example, if you have created a PlaceMarker for a page that is located on an element that has now been hidden because a Flexible Web rule has been applied to that page, the PlaceMarker will not be found when you attempt to move to it.

For pages that automatically update information frequently, any Flexible Web rules applied will still be in effect as the page updates. Additionally, if a page automatically sets focus to a control, such as an edit field for searching, this takes precedence over any rules that start reading at a specific element.

When selecting and copying text from a Web page where Flexible Web rules have been applied, if Select and Copy Full Content Using Onscreen Highlight is selected in Quick Settings, all content is copied, including any hidden content that was included in the selection. If you do not want to include any hidden content when selecting, choose the Select and Copy from Virtual Cursor option.

Turning Off Flexible Web
Flexible Web is on by default. To turn it off so rules are not applied when pages load, do the following:

Press INSERT+F2, and select Settings Center.
Press CTRL+SHIFT+D to load the JAWS default settings.
In the Search edit box, type "Flexible Web" without the quotes.
Press DOWN ARROW to move to Flexible Web in the filtered search results in the tree view.
Next, press SPACEBAR to enable or disable Flexible Web.



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-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ekstrand, Pamela A. -ND
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 4:27 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: JAWS Losing Focus in Chrome Due to Ads

Hi,

I am finding that if I am arrowing down through content on a web page with Chrome, focus can suddenly change to where an ad is being displayed, and then I have to find where the content I am interested in is again.

An example of a page where this is occurring is:
http://thewellflouredkitchen.com/2015/08/11/blueberry-phyllo-dough-turnovers/

Can anyone suggest a way to stop JAWS from doing this, or to get rid of the ads?

Thanks.

Pam




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