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Re: question

CJ &AA MAY
 

Only recently learnt this tip with pasting attachments to e-mails, and find it much easier than going through the menus.

Alison

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Van Lant, Robin via Groups.Io
Sent: 10 January 2019 17:21
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: question

 

George,

I moved from Window Eyes to JAWS about a year ago, at the same time I upgraded to Windows 10.  The JAWS cursor is somewhat like the Window Eyes cursor, but I am definitely not finding it as useful and terribly miss what I could do with the WE cursor that this one does not.  I heard that some of the limitations of the JAWS cursor are tied to the way apps and interfaces are designed in Windows 10, so you may find more success with it in Win 7, but the mousepad navigation of the WE cursor is not the same for the JAWS cursor.  To complicate things, JAWS also offers the Touch Cursor, which is supposed to work better with some of these newly designed interfaces.  I’m definitely still trying to wrap my head around these both.  The PC cursor in JAWS is just like the primary one in Window Eyes, whatever it was called. 

 

As for your WLM attachments question, I don’t use it, but since it’s a Microsfot project I wonder if this trick would work.  For Outlook, I like to open the File Explore window and copy whatever file I want to attach to an email.  Then, I go to the body of the email message I am composing and hit Control V to paste it an dit adds it.  Maybe this will work in WLM, too. 

 

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of G. Gray
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 5:30 PM
To: JAWS <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: question

 

Hello-

 

I am new to the list and new to Jaws 2019 which I recently installed on my Windows 7 computer because my previous DELL XP (which I just loved) crashed!!!  BTW I used the DELL computer for 14 years with no problems, so I got my money’s worth out of it.  I also should add that I am a former Wineyes user.  I am having some difficulty transitioning to Jaws.  OK here’s my questions:

 

1.  I am now using Windows live mail.  I cannot figure out how you attach a file.  Can anyone help?

 

2.  What does the ‘Smart Screen’ item in the start up menu do and should it be on or off?

 

3.  What is the difference between the Jaws RC cursor and the PC cursor?

 

5.  Using Windoweyes there was a command you could use to determine how many lines were in a document...so you could press the key combo and Window eyes would say “line 86 of 258” so you knew how far along you were in a document....Is there such a command with JAWS....and if not, why not!!! (grin)

 

OK...that’s it.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.....and a final note I hope my windows 7 computer will last another ten years because I do not want to go to Windows 10 or above....and I am aware updates will stop Jan., 2020!!!  Thanks!

 

George

 

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Re: question

Van Lant, Robin
 

George,

I moved from Window Eyes to JAWS about a year ago, at the same time I upgraded to Windows 10.  The JAWS cursor is somewhat like the Window Eyes cursor, but I am definitely not finding it as useful and terribly miss what I could do with the WE cursor that this one does not.  I heard that some of the limitations of the JAWS cursor are tied to the way apps and interfaces are designed in Windows 10, so you may find more success with it in Win 7, but the mousepad navigation of the WE cursor is not the same for the JAWS cursor.  To complicate things, JAWS also offers the Touch Cursor, which is supposed to work better with some of these newly designed interfaces.  I’m definitely still trying to wrap my head around these both.  The PC cursor in JAWS is just like the primary one in Window Eyes, whatever it was called. 

 

As for your WLM attachments question, I don’t use it, but since it’s a Microsfot project I wonder if this trick would work.  For Outlook, I like to open the File Explore window and copy whatever file I want to attach to an email.  Then, I go to the body of the email message I am composing and hit Control V to paste it an dit adds it.  Maybe this will work in WLM, too. 

 

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of G. Gray
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 5:30 PM
To: JAWS <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: question

 

Hello-

 

I am new to the list and new to Jaws 2019 which I recently installed on my Windows 7 computer because my previous DELL XP (which I just loved) crashed!!!  BTW I used the DELL computer for 14 years with no problems, so I got my money’s worth out of it.  I also should add that I am a former Wineyes user.  I am having some difficulty transitioning to Jaws.  OK here’s my questions:

 

1.  I am now using Windows live mail.  I cannot figure out how you attach a file.  Can anyone help?

 

2.  What does the ‘Smart Screen’ item in the start up menu do and should it be on or off?

 

3.  What is the difference between the Jaws RC cursor and the PC cursor?

 

5.  Using Windoweyes there was a command you could use to determine how many lines were in a document...so you could press the key combo and Window eyes would say “line 86 of 258” so you knew how far along you were in a document....Is there such a command with JAWS....and if not, why not!!! (grin)

 

OK...that’s it.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.....and a final note I hope my windows 7 computer will last another ten years because I do not want to go to Windows 10 or above....and I am aware updates will stop Jan., 2020!!!  Thanks!

 

George

 

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Re: question

Mario
 

George, for question #1, when composing an email in WLM, press alt+i and
then i and a. that'll get you started.

for question #3, the pc cursor follows the system focus such as pressing
the tab key, arrow keys, and other navigation keys. the jaws cursor
allows review of the entire screen without changing where the pc cursor
is on so you can figure out what's on the screen that normally doesn't
speak with the pc cursor active.

for questions #2 &5, somebody will hopefully answer.

-------- Original Message --------
From: G. Gray [mailto:geogray@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Wed, Jan 9, 2019 7:30 PM EST
To: JAWS
Subject: question

Hello-
I am new to the list and new to Jaws 2019 which I recently installed on
my Windows 7 computer because my previous DELL XP (which I just loved)
crashed!!!  BTW I used the DELL computer for 14 years with no problems,
so I got my money’s worth out of it.  I also should add that I am a
former Wineyes user.  I am having some difficulty transitioning to
Jaws.  OK here’s my questions:
1.  I am now using Windows live mail.  I cannot figure out how you
attach a file.  Can anyone help?
2.  What does the ‘Smart Screen’ item in the start up menu do and should
it be on or off?
3.  What is the difference between the Jaws RC cursor and the PC cursor?
5.  Using Windoweyes there was a command you could use to determine how
many lines were in a document...so you could press the key combo and
Window eyes would say “line 86 of 258” so you knew how far along you
were in a document....Is there such a command with JAWS....and if not,
why not!!! (grin)
OK...that’s it.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.....and a final
note I hope my windows 7 computer will last another ten years because I
do not want to go to Windows 10 or above....and I am aware updates will
stop Jan., 2020!!!  Thanks!
George

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Re: Silencing Certain Keys

 

If you are talking about Jaws do the following:

Press Jaws Key + 6 for the Settings Centre
Press Control + Shift + D to open the Default Settings
Type "Key Label" in the search field and tab once, arrow down once to "Manage Key Labels" and press the spacebar to open this.
You now have 84 options and you can arrow down and set things like the tab key to speak or mute, first letter navigation also works.

Regards,
Sieghard

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2019 6:47 AM
To: JFW <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Silencing Certain Keys

Someone asked me the other day how to silence certain keys such as TAB and ENTER. I mistakenly told them to delete the items from KM. I think I got to them in time to tell them that this was the wrong thing to do.
So, is changing it in one of the verbosity settings the right thing to do?


Re: Bluestack downloader for Android apps on Windows 10?

Chris Hill
 

A sighted person can install talkback for you.  I suspect the install is system specific, strongly doubt you can just move it to another computer.

On 1/10/2019 09:38, Iksi hacker wrote:
Hi. Do i can install talkback, and backup installed apps, for
reinstalling system, or share with another friedns? Thanks, and best
regards.

On 1/10/19, Chris Hill <hillco@earthlink.net> wrote:
I've used the bluestacks emulator a bit.  You will need help getting
talkback installed because Jaws doesn't speak in the app store.  It
speaks a little on the opening screen, but it is best, on my system
anyway, to shut down jaws when running bluestacks. If you don't, then
the arrow keys tend to take off and keep going even when you don't want
them to.  The nice thing is that when you install apps like bard, they
are made as shortcuts on your desktop, this is good because talkback
doesn't talk much in the bluestacks home screen, so you almost need jaws
to be running until you get the app open you want to use.  Yes, it is a
mess, but if you really want to try reading a bard book on your pc, this
is one way to do it.



On 1/10/2019 08:41, Richard Turner wrote:
I ran across a resource that uses the Bluestack Downloader to install
on Windows PCs.  It is an emulator that allows one to run Android apps
and games on Windows 10.

I suspect it is completely inaccessible, but I thought I’d ask here if
anyone has used it, or tried to anyway.

I don’t want to download stuff willie-nillie, but if no one has, then
maybe I will risk it.

Thanks,

Richard

“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip
under pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips



Re: Bluestack downloader for Android apps on Windows 10?

Iksi hacker
 

Hi. Do i can install talkback, and backup installed apps, for
reinstalling system, or share with another friedns? Thanks, and best
regards.

On 1/10/19, Chris Hill <hillco@earthlink.net> wrote:
I've used the bluestacks emulator a bit.  You will need help getting
talkback installed because Jaws doesn't speak in the app store.  It
speaks a little on the opening screen, but it is best, on my system
anyway, to shut down jaws when running bluestacks. If you don't, then
the arrow keys tend to take off and keep going even when you don't want
them to.  The nice thing is that when you install apps like bard, they
are made as shortcuts on your desktop, this is good because talkback
doesn't talk much in the bluestacks home screen, so you almost need jaws
to be running until you get the app open you want to use.  Yes, it is a
mess, but if you really want to try reading a bard book on your pc, this
is one way to do it.



On 1/10/2019 08:41, Richard Turner wrote:

I ran across a resource that uses the Bluestack Downloader to install
on Windows PCs.  It is an emulator that allows one to run Android apps
and games on Windows 10.

I suspect it is completely inaccessible, but I thought I’d ask here if
anyone has used it, or tried to anyway.

I don’t want to download stuff willie-nillie, but if no one has, then
maybe I will risk it.

Thanks,

Richard

“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip
under pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips




Re: Bluestack downloader for Android apps on Windows 10?

Chris Hill
 

I've used the bluestacks emulator a bit.  You will need help getting talkback installed because Jaws doesn't speak in the app store.  It speaks a little on the opening screen, but it is best, on my system anyway, to shut down jaws when running bluestacks.  If you don't, then the arrow keys tend to take off and keep going even when you don't want them to.  The nice thing is that when you install apps like bard, they are made as shortcuts on your desktop, this is good because talkback doesn't talk much in the bluestacks home screen, so you almost need jaws to be running until you get the app open you want to use.  Yes, it is a mess, but if you really want to try reading a bard book on your pc, this is one way to do it.



On 1/10/2019 08:41, Richard Turner wrote:

I ran across a resource that uses the Bluestack Downloader to install on Windows PCs.  It is an emulator that allows one to run Android apps and games on Windows 10.

I suspect it is completely inaccessible, but I thought I’d ask here if anyone has used it, or tried to anyway.

I don’t want to download stuff willie-nillie, but if no one has, then maybe I will risk it.

 

Thanks,

Richard

 

 

 

“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip under pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips

 


Silencing Certain Keys

Steve Matzura
 

Someone asked me the other day how to silence certain keys such as TAB and ENTER. I mistakenly told them to delete the items from KM. I think I got to them in time to tell them that this was the wrong thing to do. So, is changing it in one of the verbosity settings the right thing to do?


Bluestack downloader for Android apps on Windows 10?

Richard Turner
 

I ran across a resource that uses the Bluestack Downloader to install on Windows PCs.  It is an emulator that allows one to run Android apps and games on Windows 10.

I suspect it is completely inaccessible, but I thought I’d ask here if anyone has used it, or tried to anyway.

I don’t want to download stuff willie-nillie, but if no one has, then maybe I will risk it.

 

Thanks,

Richard

 

 

 

“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip under pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips

 


Re: jaws 19 and speech in win10

Mike B. <mike9902@...>
 


Hi William,
 
It sounds like Audio Ducking might be turned on.  See if the notes below will help:
From: Mike B.
Try the following:
1. Open the Settings Center with the keystroke, Insert / Jaws key + 6, on the number row, and press, Control, Shift + D, to open the Settings Center default
all applications.
2. Down arrow to, User, and right arrow to open.
3. Down arrow to, Lower audio volume of programs when Jaws speaks, and press the spacebar to uncheck this box.
4. Tab to, Okay, and press enter to save and close.
This feature can also be tobbled on & off by using a Layered Keystroke.  Press, Insert / Jaws Key + Spacebar, lut up and press the letter, D, to toggle
Audio Ducking on / off.
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
Sennt from my iBarstool.
 

From: Soronel Haetir
It is in settings center for me (running win10) but is called "Lower
the volume of other programs while jaws is speaking" and is in the
"User" group. Note that you have to switch to the default profile, it
cannot be set on a per-program basis (but the setting is still
displayed, just can't be changed in the per-program profiles).
Soronel
Take care.  Go Rams!
Sent from my iBarstool.
The probability of someone watching you is proportional to the stupidity of your action.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2019 12:21 AM
Subject: jaws 19 and speech in win10

Hello,

The volume of the speech is changing randomly from low to high and back.

Is this a known issue and is there some workaround/fix?

Kind ragards,

William   

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question

G. Gray
 

Hello-
 
I am new to the list and new to Jaws 2019 which I recently installed on my Windows 7 computer because my previous DELL XP (which I just loved) crashed!!!  BTW I used the DELL computer for 14 years with no problems, so I got my money’s worth out of it.  I also should add that I am a former Wineyes user.  I am having some difficulty transitioning to Jaws.  OK here’s my questions:
 
1.  I am now using Windows live mail.  I cannot figure out how you attach a file.  Can anyone help?
 
2.  What does the ‘Smart Screen’ item in the start up menu do and should it be on or off?
 
3.  What is the difference between the Jaws RC cursor and the PC cursor?
 
5.  Using Windoweyes there was a command you could use to determine how many lines were in a document...so you could press the key combo and Window eyes would say “line 86 of 258” so you knew how far along you were in a document....Is there such a command with JAWS....and if not, why not!!! (grin)
 
OK...that’s it.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.....and a final note I hope my windows 7 computer will last another ten years because I do not want to go to Windows 10 or above....and I am aware updates will stop Jan., 2020!!!  Thanks!
 
George

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Re: accessing WebEx meetings and shared screens

shanti aaron
 

Hello to all who have responded so far:  Thanks for your responses and suggestions. Meetings through WebEx is pretty common place in the business community, and challenging for us JAWS users. I appreciate the accessibility link for sisco. I welcome any other suggestions.

 

Shanti

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Van Lant, Robin via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 2:34 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: accessing WebEx meetings and shared screens

 

I have been on some WebEx sessions in recent month where JAWS seemed to be voicing powerpoint slides that were displayed, but it’s been a few weeks, so I can say for sure. Tricky thing with screen sharing is that someone could be sharing anything on their end, so there isn’t a way JAWS can just read it. They could be sharing a photo and JAWS would need to be able to OCR that. 

 

I’ve been communicating with a guy named Sean at Cisco who is a JAWS user.  I reached him via the accessibility@... email address.  Here is the link to the Cisco Accessibility webpage. There are a ton of links on the left navigation, so you’ll want to navigate to the Accessibility heading or open the links list and start from the bottom.  There is a link called something like Unified Communication, that I think will take you to WebEx info.  

 

Robin

 

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of shantiaaron@...
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 7:51 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: accessing WebEx meetings and shared screens

 

I have had many occasions to access WebEx meetings and have had no difficulties using JAWS to respond to a meeting invite and sharing my screen. However, I now am encountering difficulties  in accessing a meeting where the screen is shared by someone else in the meeting. I am not able to access the screen and wanted to ask if the screen would not be accessible to me with JAWS. Additionally, if I share my screen, can one of the participants access my screen to provide edits?

Thanks,
Shanti



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Re: Turning on notifications in Windows 10 settings

Chris
 

Have you tried tabing down to the outlook notification toggle un settings / system /notifications?

 

 

 

Unless you have turned off get notifications from apps and other senders

Then you wont get any notifications at all

 

 

From: Wideman, Donna J
Sent: 10 January 2019 02:26
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Turning on notifications in Windows 10 settings

 

I read a set of steps to turn on notifications via the settings/system method, but when I get to system I cannot get to the left panel to reach the notifications.

Anyone know how I can turn on notifications in Windows 10 so my Outlook email will be audible when a new one comes in?

I do already have all of the option settings correct in outlook.

Thanks

Donna

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2019 3:09 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

 

I don't have JAWS handy, but when NVDA is running these navigation commands for next and previous read and unread messages work just fine.  No pass-through key needed.
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jaws 19 and speech in win10

William Windels
 

Hello,

The volume of the speech is changing randomly from low to high and back.

Is this a known issue and is there some workaround/fix?

Kind ragards,

William   

Met vriendelijke groeten

William Windels

 

Incident Manager SWO

02/506 0 487 (niet bereikbaar op maandag en vrijdag)

 


Re: Turning on notifications in Windows 10 settings

 

Donna,

        When you open Settings, System, you are initially placed in the left column allowing you to select the pane you want, though I can't know which one yours will open on if you've been there recently.  Up and/or down arrowing should get you to "Notifications and Actions."  You simply tab from there and it will go control by control through the pane.  Of course, you can search for your e-mail client name, Outlook in this case, then tab over to its On/Off toggle, which will probably still be announced as a checkbox.

         Of course, this is predicated on your having the toggle for Get notifications for apps and other senders ON.  If that toggle is off then you do not have access to the individual apps/senders, as you've said that none should be allowed if it's OFF.
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Turning on notifications in Windows 10 settings

Wideman, Donna J
 

I read a set of steps to turn on notifications via the settings/system method, but when I get to system I cannot get to the left panel to reach the notifications.

Anyone know how I can turn on notifications in Windows 10 so my Outlook email will be audible when a new one comes in?

I do already have all of the option settings correct in outlook.

Thanks

Donna

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2019 3:09 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

 

I don't have JAWS handy, but when NVDA is running these navigation commands for next and previous read and unread messages work just fine.  No pass-through key needed.
--

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Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

 

I don't have JAWS handy, but when NVDA is running these navigation commands for next and previous read and unread messages work just fine.  No pass-through key needed.
--

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Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

 

A simple web search on "Thunderbird Keyboard Shortcuts" turns up Thunderbird Keyboard Shortcuts as the first result under several search engines.

In the Moving between messages section:  Go to next unread message      N        (which, by the way, is annoying because the command is case sensitive and should be lower case.  It is working whether I'm in the message list and wish to jump to the next unread message or have a reading tab open, in which case the next unread message replaces the one I'm currently looking at).

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Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

Robert Logue
 

Control plus period doesn't seem to work in Thunderbird.  I'll try it in other email programs.


On 2019-01-09 1:07 p.m., Bill White wrote:

Hi, Robert. Try CONTROL plus PERIOD. This sometimes works in some email programs.

 

Bill White

 

billwhite92701@...

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Robert Logue
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 12:05 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

 

Yes. n and p go to next and previous unread. f and b go to next and previous.

 

You might need to use pass through key in your screen reader. 

There is a way to set up Jaws so you don't need to use pass key through but I haven't used Jaws for a while and don't remember the steps.

 

Bob

 

On 2018-12-01 3:10 p.m., Gerald Levy wrote:

 

I just started using Thunderbird myself, but I think pressing "N" and "p" go to the next and previous unread message, respectively.

 

Gerald

 

 

On 12/1/2018 5:00 PM, Peter Tesar wrote:

Hello,

 

My Inbox sometimes has an unread message somewhere amongst the read ones.

 

The only way to find it is to go through the Go menu

   alt plus g

   arrow right to open the next sub menu

   arrow down to select the next unread message

 

Is there a single hot key combination to speed up the process?

 

Thanks,

 

Peter T.


Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi, Robert. Try CONTROL plus PERIOD. This sometimes works in some email programs.

 

Bill White

 

billwhite92701@...

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Robert Logue
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 12:05 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Thunderbird: is there a single hot Key to get to the nexe unread message?

 

Yes. n and p go to next and previous unread. f and b go to next and previous.

 

You might need to use pass through key in your screen reader. 

There is a way to set up Jaws so you don't need to use pass key through but I haven't used Jaws for a while and don't remember the steps.

 

Bob

 

On 2018-12-01 3:10 p.m., Gerald Levy wrote:

 

I just started using Thunderbird myself, but I think pressing "N" and "p" go to the next and previous unread message, respectively.

 

Gerald

 

 

On 12/1/2018 5:00 PM, Peter Tesar wrote:

Hello,

 

My Inbox sometimes has an unread message somewhere amongst the read ones.

 

The only way to find it is to go through the Go menu

   alt plus g

   arrow right to open the next sub menu

   arrow down to select the next unread message

 

Is there a single hot key combination to speed up the process?

 

Thanks,

 

Peter T.