Date   

Re: Owner of this list

Alan Robbins <arobbin2@...>
 

Also, most times there is a link in the footer of email messages with a link to the owner email.

 

Al

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 3:56 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Owner of this list

 

And, just as an aside, when it comes to writing the Group Owner for any group on Groups.io the e-mail address can safely be assumed to be "main+owner" with what comes after the @ sign being the same as whatever the posting address is.  In the case of this group that's main+owner@jfw.groups.io.

They sometimes get aliased without the "main+" part, but not always.

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763  

   Explanations exist; they have existed for all time; there is always a well-known solution to every human problem — neat, plausible, and wrong.

         ~ H.L. Mencken, AKA The Sage of Baltimore


Re: Owner of this list

 

And, just as an aside, when it comes to writing the Group Owner for any group on Groups.io the e-mail address can safely be assumed to be "main+owner" with what comes after the @ sign being the same as whatever the posting address is.  In the case of this group that's main+owner@jfw.groups.io.

They sometimes get aliased without the "main+" part, but not always.

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763  

   Explanations exist; they have existed for all time; there is always a well-known solution to every human problem — neat, plausible, and wrong.

         ~ H.L. Mencken, AKA The Sage of Baltimore


Re: Owner of this list

Alan Robbins <arobbin2@...>
 

David,

 

Here is the owner address:

jfw+owner@groups.IO

 

Al

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of David & his pack of dogs
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 2:52 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Owner of this list

 

Sorry, I can’t find the owner of this list so do not know how to send this privately.  I have an aversion to people who put religious tags at the end of their message such as Christ be with you etcetera.  A lot of atrocities have be done in the name of Christianity. One person  in particular could not hold down a job or a relationship so joined a convent. She admitted to getting off on the looks she got from the general public when in her habit with me and my guide dog.  She gets off on being in the lime light to the point of neglecting her own mother unless it suits her purpose. Any negative publicity on the news is just propaganda according to her. This is not indicative of all nuns as another one lived up to how a nun should be,  thus, I would humbly request that religious references be deleted from tag lines. After all, some worship the devil, would others like it if they put in their tag line, “The devil is the only leader for this world.”         


Re: Owner of this list

James Homuth
 

You have found the owner of this list. The short answer: no. The long answer: I have no use for religion either, however there are people here who do. I won’t tell them what to put in their signature any more than I’ll tell you to say happy holidays over any of the more traditional greetings. We can revisit that topic if ever worshipping the devil becomes a violation of list policy.

 

James,

List Admin

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cristóbal
Sent: December-22-18 3:15 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Owner of this list

 

Yeah… Good luck with that.


On Dec 22, 2018, at 11:51 AM, David & his pack of dogs <myguidedogis@...> wrote:

Sorry, I can’t find the owner of this list so do not know how to send this privately.  I have an aversion to people who put religious tags at the end of their message such as Christ be with you etcetera.  A lot of atrocities have be done in the name of Christianity. One person  in particular could not hold down a job or a relationship so joined a convent. She admitted to getting off on the looks she got from the general public when in her habit with me and my guide dog.  She gets off on being in the lime light to the point of neglecting her own mother unless it suits her purpose. Any negative publicity on the news is just propaganda according to her. This is not indicative of all nuns as another one lived up to how a nun should be,  thus, I would humbly request that religious references be deleted from tag lines. After all, some worship the devil, would others like it if they put in their tag line, “The devil is the only leader for this world.”         


Re: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

Mario
 

PowerISO is a powerful CD / DVD / BD image file processing tool, which
allows you to open, extract, burn, create, edit, compress, encrypt,
split and convert ISO files, and mount ISO files with internal virtual
drive.

www.poweriso.com

-------- Original Message --------
From: Marty Hutchings [mailto:mhutchings@wi.rr.com]
Sent: Sat, Dec 22, 2018 2:12 PM EST
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

What is Power ISO?
Love in Christ
Marty
*From:* HH. Smith Jr. <mailto:josham129@gmail.com>
*Sent:* Saturday, December 22, 2018 11:25 AM
*To:* main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

*From:* main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> *On Behalf Of *Debbie
April Yuille
*Sent:* Saturday, December 22, 2018 1:45 AM
*To:* main@jfw.groups.io
*Subject:* Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

Hello All

Has anyone used Power ISO with JAWS and if so, how accessible have you
found it?

Thanks

Debbie,

I have used it and I have had success with it.Debbie


Re: Owner of this list

Don H
 

Merry Christmas to you.

On 12/22/2018 1:51 PM, David & his pack of dogs wrote:
Sorry, I can’t find the owner of this list so do not know how to send this privately.  I have an aversion to people who put religious tags at the end of their message such as Christ be with you etcetera.  A lot of atrocities have be done in the name of Christianity. One person  in particular could not hold down a job or a relationship so joined a convent. She admitted to getting off on the looks she got from the general public when in her habit with me and my guide dog.  She gets off on being in the lime light to the point of neglecting her own mother unless it suits her purpose. Any negative publicity on the news is just propaganda according to her. This is not indicative of all nuns as another one lived up to how a nun should be,  thus, I would humbly request that religious references be deleted from tag lines. After all, some worship the devil, would others like it if they put in their tag line, “The devil is the only leader for this world.”


Re: Owner of this list

Cristóbal
 

Yeah… Good luck with that.

On Dec 22, 2018, at 11:51 AM, David & his pack of dogs <myguidedogis@...> wrote:

Sorry, I can’t find the owner of this list so do not know how to send this privately.  I have an aversion to people who put religious tags at the end of their message such as Christ be with you etcetera.  A lot of atrocities have be done in the name of Christianity. One person  in particular could not hold down a job or a relationship so joined a convent. She admitted to getting off on the looks she got from the general public when in her habit with me and my guide dog.  She gets off on being in the lime light to the point of neglecting her own mother unless it suits her purpose. Any negative publicity on the news is just propaganda according to her. This is not indicative of all nuns as another one lived up to how a nun should be,  thus, I would humbly request that religious references be deleted from tag lines. After all, some worship the devil, would others like it if they put in their tag line, “The devil is the only leader for this world.”         


Owner of this list

David & his pack of dogs
 

Sorry, I can’t find the owner of this list so do not know how to send this privately.  I have an aversion to people who put religious tags at the end of their message such as Christ be with you etcetera.  A lot of atrocities have be done in the name of Christianity. One person  in particular could not hold down a job or a relationship so joined a convent. She admitted to getting off on the looks she got from the general public when in her habit with me and my guide dog.  She gets off on being in the lime light to the point of neglecting her own mother unless it suits her purpose. Any negative publicity on the news is just propaganda according to her. This is not indicative of all nuns as another one lived up to how a nun should be,  thus, I would humbly request that religious references be deleted from tag lines. After all, some worship the devil, would others like it if they put in their tag line, “The devil is the only leader for this world.”         


Re: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

Marty Hutchings
 

What is Power ISO?
 
Love in Christ
Marty
 

Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 11:25 AM
Subject: Re: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS
 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Debbie April Yuille
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 1:45 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

 

Hello All

 

Has anyone used Power ISO with JAWS and if so, how accessible have you found it?

 

Thanks

Debbie,

 

I have used it and I have had success with it.Debbie


Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

Dave...
 

Kevin,
 
Have no idea. It has all the info on their web site.
 
Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 10:41
Subject: Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

Is good to use Leasey?

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave...
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 11:50 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

 

Yes, and not from Freedom Scientific.

 

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

 

 

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

From: bob jutzi

Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 14:44

Subject: Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

 

I just purchased a one-year Jaws Annual.  Is this Leasey an add-on you need to purchase?

 

Bob

 

On 12/20/2018 5:17 PM, David Goldfield wrote:

Brian Hartgen released a new update to Leasey, which is a third-party addon which provides additional functionality to the JAWS screen reader. One feature which was added was something which I requested regarding spell checking within Word. This newest update gives you specific hotkeys to move the cursor to the next or previous misspelled word and to the next or previous grammatical error. JAWS can currently do this but the virtual cursor needs to be enabled first. Once the cursor is at the word you wish to edit you must then turn the virtual cursor off before you can begin editing. Window-Eyes contained the ability to move the cursor to the next or previous error without first needing to toggle browse mode on and off and I never understood why JAWS never offered such a feature. I requested the feature addition to Brian and it is now added!

Another new feature is the option of having ascending tones to indicate progress bar announcements. This is similar to what NVDA offers and to what Window-Eyes offered but the feature has been somewhat enhanced with some additional functionality. This was another feature I requested/see the below message for more details.

 



-------- Forwarded Message --------

Subject:

[Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

Date:

Thu, 20 Dec 2018 11:17:31 -0000

From:

Brian Hartgen via Leaseylist <leaseylist@...>

Reply-To:

Leasey <leaseylist@...>

To:

'Leasey' <leaseylist@...>

CC:

Brian Hartgen <jaws@...>




Hi to all

Very close to Christmas, a new Leasey update is available. This will need to be downloaded from our website and installed over the top of the existing version due to the additional files involved.

Before I get to what has changed in this update, please bare in mind that we are very close to Christmas now. We are closed as of tomorrow, 21 December. During that time, technical support is given on a limited basis with the most urgent queries being dealt with as an absolute priority. If you think you may have problems installing the update, you may want to wait until the new year. I do not believe this update is absolutely critical to have.

Any bug reports will be attended to in the new year.

If you previously have been provided with a manual activation file, be sure you know where it is located first before you go ahead and install the new update, so that you can apply it after the event.

The new version is available at

www.hartgen.org/leaseydemo

Note that links to the previous release are also included in the event that anyone needs to drop back to an older version.

We would like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and new year and thank you for your support of our company during 2018!

Changes.

Progress Bars are generally given in percentage terms to advise a user of the progress of an event which is taking place in Windows. This could be the installation of a program, but it could also be the downloading of a file from the internet, or perhaps copying a large folder from one storage location to another.

JAWS does give a good indicator as to the percentage of most progress bars. However, Leasey does have a sound scheme, (activated by pressing the Leasey Key then letter O). This has three states: Off, which means speech only. Sounds On, which is self-explanatory, and Sounds with Speech, where you hear both the sounds and the speech; a tutorial mode if you will. The Sounds Scheme allows sounds to represent specific events rather than speech output, for example when a web page loads or when text is being highlighted or selected.

Assuming the Sounds Scheme is enabled, you will hear tones which represent 5 percent increments, with the lowest tone representing 5 percent and the highest 100 percent.

During other percentage increments, you will hear a soft tick sound. While we could have just stopped at the 20 tones, we wanted users to know that progress was occurring at the other percentage points in a discrete way. For example, if a large video file is being copied from an iPhone to a computer, this can take several  minutes. The tick sounds will indicate that things are progressing, but if there is a pause in the tick sounds, this should let you know that no further progress is being made.

Naturally, we want users to learn what the sounds represent, so there is a tutorial mode which plays the tones from lowest to highest, together with the soft tick. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

Two further notes. There is a setting within JAWS to change the frequency of the progress indicator reports. This is honoured by the Sounds Scheme.

Secondly, in the case of downloading files using Google Chrome, there is no progress bar as such. But with Leasey, you will hear a sound to indicate that a file is downloading, and there is also a mechanism by which you can ascertain the amount of a file which has been downloaded together with the total size of the potential download. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

This release of Leasey will also allow you to move to the first or last instance of most web page elements. JAWS already contains the ability to move to the next or previous instance of an element, but to improve productivity, it may be helpful to move to the first and last of these.

For example, when you browse to a new web page, it is likely that JAWS will attempt to set focus to the start of the non-linked text. This means that if you wish to reach the first instance of a Heading or other element, you need to press Control+Home to move to the top of the page, and then press letter H. To say again, you can very quickly move to the first Heading with a keystroke using the new version of Leasey.

Press the Left Bracket key, next to letter P, followed by a quick navigation key such as H, to move to the first instance of an element.

Press the Right Bracket Key, followed by a quick navigation key, to move to the last instance of an element.

In Microsoft Word, there are now keystrokes to move to the first, last, next or previous spelling or grammatical error, even if the Quick Navigation keys are not enabled. This will assist in moving through a document to check spelling.

These are:

Next spelling error, alt+Semicolon.

Previous spelling error, alt+apostrophe.

First spelling error, alt+colon.

Last spelling error, alt+At sign.

Next Grammatical error, alt+Left Bracket

Previous Grammatical error, alt+Right  Bracket.

First Grammatical error, alt+Left Brace Bracket.

Last Grammatical error, alt+Right Brace Bracket.

When the keystrokes are pressed to shut down or restart the computer, a message is spoken advising this is going to take place.

In iTunes, new keystrokes have been added to skip forward and back through an item which is playing, such as a music track. These ensure that the response is far quicker and more reliable.

Press F12 to skip forward and F11 to skip back.

Hopefully, a problem has been corrected in the Skype 8 access so as to move to the history list in Text Chat when a group conversation is in progress.

Other improvements include keyboard responsiveness in many areas and copying files and folders using LeaseyTags.

Brian Hartgen

Choose Hartgen Consultancy for high quality JAWS Script Writing, training and our products including J-Say, J-Dictate and Leasey.

Opening Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM UK time, Monday to Friday.

Telephone (in the UK) 02920-850298.

Telephone (in the United States of America) 1-415-871-0626.

Telephone (from any other country) +44-2920-820598.

Visit our website for more information!

Follow us on Twitter, HartgenConsult

Like our Facebook Page.

 


Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

Kevin Meyers <kevinmeyers@...>
 

Is good to use Leasey?

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave...
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 11:50 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

 

Yes, and not from Freedom Scientific.

 

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

 

 

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

From: bob jutzi

Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 14:44

Subject: Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

 

I just purchased a one-year Jaws Annual.  Is this Leasey an add-on you need to purchase?

 

Bob

 

On 12/20/2018 5:17 PM, David Goldfield wrote:

Brian Hartgen released a new update to Leasey, which is a third-party addon which provides additional functionality to the JAWS screen reader. One feature which was added was something which I requested regarding spell checking within Word. This newest update gives you specific hotkeys to move the cursor to the next or previous misspelled word and to the next or previous grammatical error. JAWS can currently do this but the virtual cursor needs to be enabled first. Once the cursor is at the word you wish to edit you must then turn the virtual cursor off before you can begin editing. Window-Eyes contained the ability to move the cursor to the next or previous error without first needing to toggle browse mode on and off and I never understood why JAWS never offered such a feature. I requested the feature addition to Brian and it is now added!

Another new feature is the option of having ascending tones to indicate progress bar announcements. This is similar to what NVDA offers and to what Window-Eyes offered but the feature has been somewhat enhanced with some additional functionality. This was another feature I requested/see the below message for more details.

 



-------- Forwarded Message --------

Subject:

[Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

Date:

Thu, 20 Dec 2018 11:17:31 -0000

From:

Brian Hartgen via Leaseylist <leaseylist@...>

Reply-To:

Leasey <leaseylist@...>

To:

'Leasey' <leaseylist@...>

CC:

Brian Hartgen <jaws@...>




Hi to all

Very close to Christmas, a new Leasey update is available. This will need to be downloaded from our website and installed over the top of the existing version due to the additional files involved.

Before I get to what has changed in this update, please bare in mind that we are very close to Christmas now. We are closed as of tomorrow, 21 December. During that time, technical support is given on a limited basis with the most urgent queries being dealt with as an absolute priority. If you think you may have problems installing the update, you may want to wait until the new year. I do not believe this update is absolutely critical to have.

Any bug reports will be attended to in the new year.

If you previously have been provided with a manual activation file, be sure you know where it is located first before you go ahead and install the new update, so that you can apply it after the event.

The new version is available at

www.hartgen.org/leaseydemo

Note that links to the previous release are also included in the event that anyone needs to drop back to an older version.

We would like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and new year and thank you for your support of our company during 2018!

Changes.

Progress Bars are generally given in percentage terms to advise a user of the progress of an event which is taking place in Windows. This could be the installation of a program, but it could also be the downloading of a file from the internet, or perhaps copying a large folder from one storage location to another.

JAWS does give a good indicator as to the percentage of most progress bars. However, Leasey does have a sound scheme, (activated by pressing the Leasey Key then letter O). This has three states: Off, which means speech only. Sounds On, which is self-explanatory, and Sounds with Speech, where you hear both the sounds and the speech; a tutorial mode if you will. The Sounds Scheme allows sounds to represent specific events rather than speech output, for example when a web page loads or when text is being highlighted or selected.

Assuming the Sounds Scheme is enabled, you will hear tones which represent 5 percent increments, with the lowest tone representing 5 percent and the highest 100 percent.

During other percentage increments, you will hear a soft tick sound. While we could have just stopped at the 20 tones, we wanted users to know that progress was occurring at the other percentage points in a discrete way. For example, if a large video file is being copied from an iPhone to a computer, this can take several  minutes. The tick sounds will indicate that things are progressing, but if there is a pause in the tick sounds, this should let you know that no further progress is being made.

Naturally, we want users to learn what the sounds represent, so there is a tutorial mode which plays the tones from lowest to highest, together with the soft tick. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

Two further notes. There is a setting within JAWS to change the frequency of the progress indicator reports. This is honoured by the Sounds Scheme.

Secondly, in the case of downloading files using Google Chrome, there is no progress bar as such. But with Leasey, you will hear a sound to indicate that a file is downloading, and there is also a mechanism by which you can ascertain the amount of a file which has been downloaded together with the total size of the potential download. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

This release of Leasey will also allow you to move to the first or last instance of most web page elements. JAWS already contains the ability to move to the next or previous instance of an element, but to improve productivity, it may be helpful to move to the first and last of these.

For example, when you browse to a new web page, it is likely that JAWS will attempt to set focus to the start of the non-linked text. This means that if you wish to reach the first instance of a Heading or other element, you need to press Control+Home to move to the top of the page, and then press letter H. To say again, you can very quickly move to the first Heading with a keystroke using the new version of Leasey.

Press the Left Bracket key, next to letter P, followed by a quick navigation key such as H, to move to the first instance of an element.

Press the Right Bracket Key, followed by a quick navigation key, to move to the last instance of an element.

In Microsoft Word, there are now keystrokes to move to the first, last, next or previous spelling or grammatical error, even if the Quick Navigation keys are not enabled. This will assist in moving through a document to check spelling.

These are:

Next spelling error, alt+Semicolon.

Previous spelling error, alt+apostrophe.

First spelling error, alt+colon.

Last spelling error, alt+At sign.

Next Grammatical error, alt+Left Bracket.

Previous Grammatical error, alt+Right  Bracket.

First Grammatical error, alt+Left Brace Bracket.

Last Grammatical error, alt+Right Brace Bracket.

When the keystrokes are pressed to shut down or restart the computer, a message is spoken advising this is going to take place.

In iTunes, new keystrokes have been added to skip forward and back through an item which is playing, such as a music track. These ensure that the response is far quicker and more reliable.

Press F12 to skip forward and F11 to skip back.

Hopefully, a problem has been corrected in the Skype 8 access so as to move to the history list in Text Chat when a group conversation is in progress.

Other improvements include keyboard responsiveness in many areas and copying files and folders using LeaseyTags.

Brian Hartgen

Choose Hartgen Consultancy for high quality JAWS Script Writing, training and our products including J-Say, J-Dictate and Leasey.

Opening Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM UK time, Monday to Friday.

Telephone (in the UK) 02920-850298.

Telephone (in the United States of America) 1-415-871-0626.

Telephone (from any other country) +44-2920-820598.

Visit our website for more information!

Follow us on Twitter, HartgenConsult.

Like our Facebook Page.

 


Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

Dave...
 

Yes, and not from Freedom Scientific.
 
Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: bob jutzi
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 14:44
Subject: Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

I just purchased a one-year Jaws Annual.  Is this Leasey an add-on you need to purchase?

Bob

On 12/20/2018 5:17 PM, David Goldfield wrote:

Brian Hartgen released a new update to Leasey, which is a third-party addon which provides additional functionality to the JAWS screen reader. One feature which was added was something which I requested regarding spell checking within Word. This newest update gives you specific hotkeys to move the cursor to the next or previous misspelled word and to the next or previous grammatical error. JAWS can currently do this but the virtual cursor needs to be enabled first. Once the cursor is at the word you wish to edit you must then turn the virtual cursor off before you can begin editing. Window-Eyes contained the ability to move the cursor to the next or previous error without first needing to toggle browse mode on and off and I never understood why JAWS never offered such a feature. I requested the feature addition to Brian and it is now added!

Another new feature is the option of having ascending tones to indicate progress bar announcements. This is similar to what NVDA offers and to what Window-Eyes offered but the feature has been somewhat enhanced with some additional functionality. This was another feature I requested/see the below message for more details.




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2018 11:17:31 -0000
From: Brian Hartgen via Leaseylist <leaseylist@...>
Reply-To: Leasey <leaseylist@...>
To: 'Leasey' <leaseylist@...>
CC: Brian Hartgen <jaws@...>


Hi to all

Very close to Christmas, a new Leasey update is available. This will need to be downloaded from our website and installed over the top of the existing version due to the additional files involved.

Before I get to what has changed in this update, please bare in mind that we are very close to Christmas now. We are closed as of tomorrow, 21 December. During that time, technical support is given on a limited basis with the most urgent queries being dealt with as an absolute priority. If you think you may have problems installing the update, you may want to wait until the new year. I do not believe this update is absolutely critical to have.

Any bug reports will be attended to in the new year.

If you previously have been provided with a manual activation file, be sure you know where it is located first before you go ahead and install the new update, so that you can apply it after the event.

The new version is available at

www.hartgen.org/leaseydemo

Note that links to the previous release are also included in the event that anyone needs to drop back to an older version.

We would like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and new year and thank you for your support of our company during 2018!

Changes.

Progress Bars are generally given in percentage terms to advise a user of the progress of an event which is taking place in Windows. This could be the installation of a program, but it could also be the downloading of a file from the internet, or perhaps copying a large folder from one storage location to another.

JAWS does give a good indicator as to the percentage of most progress bars. However, Leasey does have a sound scheme, (activated by pressing the Leasey Key then letter O). This has three states: Off, which means speech only. Sounds On, which is self-explanatory, and Sounds with Speech, where you hear both the sounds and the speech; a tutorial mode if you will. The Sounds Scheme allows sounds to represent specific events rather than speech output, for example when a web page loads or when text is being highlighted or selected.

Assuming the Sounds Scheme is enabled, you will hear tones which represent 5 percent increments, with the lowest tone representing 5 percent and the highest 100 percent.

During other percentage increments, you will hear a soft tick sound. While we could have just stopped at the 20 tones, we wanted users to know that progress was occurring at the other percentage points in a discrete way. For example, if a large video file is being copied from an iPhone to a computer, this can take several  minutes. The tick sounds will indicate that things are progressing, but if there is a pause in the tick sounds, this should let you know that no further progress is being made.

Naturally, we want users to learn what the sounds represent, so there is a tutorial mode which plays the tones from lowest to highest, together with the soft tick. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

Two further notes. There is a setting within JAWS to change the frequency of the progress indicator reports. This is honoured by the Sounds Scheme.

Secondly, in the case of downloading files using Google Chrome, there is no progress bar as such. But with Leasey, you will hear a sound to indicate that a file is downloading, and there is also a mechanism by which you can ascertain the amount of a file which has been downloaded together with the total size of the potential download. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

This release of Leasey will also allow you to move to the first or last instance of most web page elements. JAWS already contains the ability to move to the next or previous instance of an element, but to improve productivity, it may be helpful to move to the first and last of these.

For example, when you browse to a new web page, it is likely that JAWS will attempt to set focus to the start of the non-linked text. This means that if you wish to reach the first instance of a Heading or other element, you need to press Control+Home to move to the top of the page, and then press letter H. To say again, you can very quickly move to the first Heading with a keystroke using the new version of Leasey.

Press the Left Bracket key, next to letter P, followed by a quick navigation key such as H, to move to the first instance of an element.

Press the Right Bracket Key, followed by a quick navigation key, to move to the last instance of an element.

In Microsoft Word, there are now keystrokes to move to the first, last, next or previous spelling or grammatical error, even if the Quick Navigation keys are not enabled. This will assist in moving through a document to check spelling.

These are:

Next spelling error, alt+Semicolon.

Previous spelling error, alt+apostrophe.

First spelling error, alt+colon.

Last spelling error, alt+At sign.

Next Grammatical error, alt+Left Bracket.

Previous Grammatical error, alt+Right  Bracket.

First Grammatical error, alt+Left Brace Bracket.

Last Grammatical error, alt+Right Brace Bracket.

When the keystrokes are pressed to shut down or restart the computer, a message is spoken advising this is going to take place.

In iTunes, new keystrokes have been added to skip forward and back through an item which is playing, such as a music track. These ensure that the response is far quicker and more reliable.

Press F12 to skip forward and F11 to skip back.

Hopefully, a problem has been corrected in the Skype 8 access so as to move to the history list in Text Chat when a group conversation is in progress.

Other improvements include keyboard responsiveness in many areas and copying files and folders using LeaseyTags.

Brian Hartgen

Choose Hartgen Consultancy for high quality JAWS Script Writing, training and our products including J-Say, J-Dictate and Leasey.

Opening Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM UK time, Monday to Friday.

Telephone (in the UK) 02920-850298.

Telephone (in the United States of America) 1-415-871-0626.

Telephone (from any other country) +44-2920-820598.

Visit our website for more information!

Follow us on Twitter, HartgenConsult.

Like our Facebook Page.



Re: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

HH. Smith Jr.
 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Debbie April Yuille
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2018 1:45 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

 

Hello All

 

Has anyone used Power ISO with JAWS and if so, how accessible have you found it?

 

Thanks

Debbie,

 

I have used it and I have had success with it.Debbie


Re: For Users of JAWS Fwd: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!

bob jutzi <jutzi@...>
 

I just purchased a one-year Jaws Annual.  Is this Leasey an add-on you need to purchase?

Bob

On 12/20/2018 5:17 PM, David Goldfield wrote:

Brian Hartgen released a new update to Leasey, which is a third-party addon which provides additional functionality to the JAWS screen reader. One feature which was added was something which I requested regarding spell checking within Word. This newest update gives you specific hotkeys to move the cursor to the next or previous misspelled word and to the next or previous grammatical error. JAWS can currently do this but the virtual cursor needs to be enabled first. Once the cursor is at the word you wish to edit you must then turn the virtual cursor off before you can begin editing. Window-Eyes contained the ability to move the cursor to the next or previous error without first needing to toggle browse mode on and off and I never understood why JAWS never offered such a feature. I requested the feature addition to Brian and it is now added!

Another new feature is the option of having ascending tones to indicate progress bar announcements. This is similar to what NVDA offers and to what Window-Eyes offered but the feature has been somewhat enhanced with some additional functionality. This was another feature I requested/see the below message for more details.




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: [Leasey] Our Christmas Gift to Leasey Users. Version 4.02 Build 5 is Available!
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2018 11:17:31 -0000
From: Brian Hartgen via Leaseylist <leaseylist@...>
Reply-To: Leasey <leaseylist@...>
To: 'Leasey' <leaseylist@...>
CC: Brian Hartgen <jaws@...>


Hi to all

 

Very close to Christmas, a new Leasey update is available. This will need to be downloaded from our website and installed over the top of the existing version due to the additional files involved.

 

Before I get to what has changed in this update, please bare in mind that we are very close to Christmas now. We are closed as of tomorrow, 21 December. During that time, technical support is given on a limited basis with the most urgent queries being dealt with as an absolute priority. If you think you may have problems installing the update, you may want to wait until the new year. I do not believe this update is absolutely critical to have.

Any bug reports will be attended to in the new year.

 

If you previously have been provided with a manual activation file, be sure you know where it is located first before you go ahead and install the new update, so that you can apply it after the event.

 

The new version is available at

www.hartgen.org/leaseydemo

 

Note that links to the previous release are also included in the event that anyone needs to drop back to an older version.

 

We would like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and new year and thank you for your support of our company during 2018!

 

Changes.

 

Progress Bars are generally given in percentage terms to advise a user of the progress of an event which is taking place in Windows. This could be the installation of a program, but it could also be the downloading of a file from the internet, or perhaps copying a large folder from one storage location to another.

 

JAWS does give a good indicator as to the percentage of most progress bars. However, Leasey does have a sound scheme, (activated by pressing the Leasey Key then letter O). This has three states: Off, which means speech only. Sounds On, which is self-explanatory, and Sounds with Speech, where you hear both the sounds and the speech; a tutorial mode if you will. The Sounds Scheme allows sounds to represent specific events rather than speech output, for example when a web page loads or when text is being highlighted or selected.

 

Assuming the Sounds Scheme is enabled, you will hear tones which represent 5 percent increments, with the lowest tone representing 5 percent and the highest 100 percent.

During other percentage increments, you will hear a soft tick sound. While we could have just stopped at the 20 tones, we wanted users to know that progress was occurring at the other percentage points in a discrete way. For example, if a large video file is being copied from an iPhone to a computer, this can take several  minutes. The tick sounds will indicate that things are progressing, but if there is a pause in the tick sounds, this should let you know that no further progress is being made.

 

Naturally, we want users to learn what the sounds represent, so there is a tutorial mode which plays the tones from lowest to highest, together with the soft tick. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

 

Two further notes. There is a setting within JAWS to change the frequency of the progress indicator reports. This is honoured by the Sounds Scheme.

 

Secondly, in the case of downloading files using Google Chrome, there is no progress bar as such. But with Leasey, you will hear a sound to indicate that a file is downloading, and there is also a mechanism by which you can ascertain the amount of a file which has been downloaded together with the total size of the potential download. This is activated by pressing Leasey Key then Windows+P.

 

This release of Leasey will also allow you to move to the first or last instance of most web page elements. JAWS already contains the ability to move to the next or previous instance of an element, but to improve productivity, it may be helpful to move to the first and last of these.

 

For example, when you browse to a new web page, it is likely that JAWS will attempt to set focus to the start of the non-linked text. This means that if you wish to reach the first instance of a Heading or other element, you need to press Control+Home to move to the top of the page, and then press letter H. To say again, you can very quickly move to the first Heading with a keystroke using the new version of Leasey.

Press the Left Bracket key, next to letter P, followed by a quick navigation key such as H, to move to the first instance of an element.

Press the Right Bracket Key, followed by a quick navigation key, to move to the last instance of an element.

 

In Microsoft Word, there are now keystrokes to move to the first, last, next or previous spelling or grammatical error, even if the Quick Navigation keys are not enabled. This will assist in moving through a document to check spelling.

These are:

Next spelling error, alt+Semicolon.

Previous spelling error, alt+apostrophe.

First spelling error, alt+colon.

Last spelling error, alt+At sign.

Next Grammatical error, alt+Left Bracket.

Previous Grammatical error, alt+Right  Bracket.

First Grammatical error, alt+Left Brace Bracket.

Last Grammatical error, alt+Right Brace Bracket.

 

When the keystrokes are pressed to shut down or restart the computer, a message is spoken advising this is going to take place.

 

In iTunes, new keystrokes have been added to skip forward and back through an item which is playing, such as a music track. These ensure that the response is far quicker and more reliable.

Press F12 to skip forward and F11 to skip back.

 

Hopefully, a problem has been corrected in the Skype 8 access so as to move to the history list in Text Chat when a group conversation is in progress.

 

Other improvements include keyboard responsiveness in many areas and copying files and folders using LeaseyTags.

 

 

 

 

Brian Hartgen

Choose Hartgen Consultancy for high quality JAWS Script Writing, training and our products including J-Say, J-Dictate and Leasey.

Opening Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM UK time, Monday to Friday.

Telephone (in the UK) 02920-850298.

Telephone (in the United States of America) 1-415-871-0626.

Telephone (from any other country) +44-2920-820598.

Visit our website for more information!

 

Follow us on Twitter, HartgenConsult.

Like our Facebook Page.

 



Accessibility of Power ISO with JAWS

Debbie April Yuille
 

Hello All

 

Has anyone used Power ISO with JAWS and if so, how accessible have you found it?

 

Thanks

Debbie


Re: dvd player for windows 10?

Dale Heltzer
 

You can go to scenes


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Dale E. Heltzer
deheltzer@msn.com

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Sharon
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 3:30 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: dvd player for windows 10?

Will it let you go to any one of a number of sections on a DVd?
Or just play the whole thing from beginning to end?
Sharon

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of JM Casey
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 4:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: dvd player for windows 10?

VLC Media Player will do the trick as well or better than most.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris Hill
Sent: December 21, 2018 11:56 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: dvd player for windows 10?

Anyone have a suggestion for a Jaws user?

CH


Re: dvd player for windows 10?

Sharon
 

Will it let you go to any one of a number of sections on a DVd?
Or just play the whole thing from beginning to end?
Sharon

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of JM Casey
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 4:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: dvd player for windows 10?

VLC Media Player will do the trick as well or better than most.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris Hill
Sent: December 21, 2018 11:56 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: dvd player for windows 10?

Anyone have a suggestion for a Jaws user?

CH


Re: dvd player for windows 10?

Dale Heltzer
 

No player I've found is perfect, but VLC Media Player is pretty good.


---
Dale E. Heltzer
deheltzer@msn.com

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris Hill
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 10:56 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: dvd player for windows 10?

Anyone have a suggestion for a Jaws user?

CH


Re: dvd player for windows 10?

JM Casey
 

VLC Media Player will do the trick as well or better than most.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris Hill
Sent: December 21, 2018 11:56 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: dvd player for windows 10?

Anyone have a suggestion for a Jaws user?

CH


Re: Jaws 2018 Openbook 9.0 with email for attachment

Dave...
 

Just save the file as text, and then attach it in your email message.
 
Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 10:52
Subject: Jaws 2018 Openbook 9.0 with email for attachment

Hello All I have jaws 2018 and using desktop with window 10 and also Openbook 9.0 !! Is there possible way to send email in attachment from document in Openbook file in email? If so ,How can I do that please?

Thank you

Addison

 


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