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moderated Re: dropbox 86

netbat66
 

thanks. it worked. i never knew the previous versions were useing the windows file explorer in the desktop drop box folder.
now to get the web page back to the english language. grin
how do i do this when its not in english?

-----Original Message-----
From: Nermin via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 8:37 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: dropbox 86

Hi Netbat,

maybe Dropbox switched to the new design by accident. Try tabbing a few
times till you land on the settings icon. Press the space bar. There should
be some checkboxes talking about starting the dropbox app, which you need to
uncheck. Then there will be a combo box about opening folders. Set that to
file explorer, and you should be good to go now. Tab to OK and press enter
on that.
All your folders should now open using explorer, rather than the somewhat
cumbersame new design.

Good luck,
Nermin


moderated Re: How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.

Angel
 

Thank you so much or this most helpful answer.  It, I feel sure, will assist more than I.  To have a smoother computer experience. 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Steve Matzura
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 4:54 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.

 

To display the icons in the system tray, press JAWS Key plus F11. Of course, in order to read something, it has to be there. Some programs, while having a presence in the system tray, don't appear because their icons are hidden. Here's how to show or hide them.

 

1. Open Windows Settings by pressing the Windows Key plus I.

2. Type icon and pres the Down Arrow key until you hear "Themes and Related Settings."

3. Tab to the list box and use the Down Arrow until you hear "Task bar notification area," then press ENTER.

4. Press TAB until you hear "Select which icons appear on the task bar," and press ENTER.

5. You are now in a dialog-like view that shows a button for every running program that can put an icon in the system tray. Note, I don't mean the task bar, where programs whose windows are minimized will appear normally, or programs that have been specifically pinned to the task bar.

6. For each program, decide if you want its icon to be present or absent from the system tray, and change the setting by tapping the space bar as is appropriate to your needs. ON means it shows, OFF means it does not show.

7. You can go around this display by pressing the TAB key and make changes as many times as you want to. When you're done, press Alt plus F4 to close the window and prevent further changes.

8. Test your changes. Open the system tray by pressing the JAWS Key plus F11, and move through the visible icons with the Up and/or Down Arrow keys. If you don't like what you find, press the ESCAPE key, then go back to Step 1.

 

Hope this helps.

 

On 12/13/2019 4:11 PM, Angel wrote:

I have another question concerning Jaws and Windows 10.  How does one cause Jaws to read what resides in the system trey.  I have Jaws, for example, in my system trey.  But, I would never know it.  Because, I am not shown what resides in my system trey.  Save three things, volume, network status, and battery strength.  Which came with my system.  I have a few other programs I have loaded in my system trey.  Which I am unable to hear.  When I press Jaws 11.

 

 


moderated Re: table row number

tom x
 

Thanks for your reply George but cannot locate “internet” under the users heading or anywhere else for that matter.

 

Tables are mentioned under navigation but changing settings here does not seem to make any difference as far as I can tell.

 

Cheers

Tom

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of george b
Sent: Saturday, 14 December 2019 1:00 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: table row number

 

Go to system settings with insert/jaws key and 6 on the number row

Choose defalt settings

Tab to you hear users and arrowdown to internet…, I do not remember the entire string but it is the only in the list which starts with interned, hit enter and arrow down to tables and hit enter, and arrown down once to

 Tables… and arrow right once and arrow down once to all

 

Close the system settings and it will ask you to save and choose yes

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of tom x
Sent: December 12, 2019 21:32
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: table row number

 

Hi,

 

Prior to installing the latest Jaws 64 bit update a few days ago, Jaws would read the row position in a web based table as  I arrowed    up the column but since the update, Jaws no longer gives this information.

 

Can someone inform me which settings need to be changed so once more Jaws can give this info?

 

Thanks

 

Tom

 


moderated Re: JFW system tray icons

Nermin
 

Hi Marty,
 
I would assume that JAWS got stuck and restarted itself at some point, leaving its old icon in the system tray. Press enter on one of the icons. if it’s the “Dead” instance, the icon should clear away. I don’t really know why Windows does not have an automated way of clearing phantom icons on its own.
 
Regards,
Nermin


moderated Re: dropbox 86

Nermin
 

Hi Netbat,

maybe Dropbox switched to the new design by accident. Try tabbing a few times till you land on the settings icon. Press the space bar. There should be some checkboxes talking about starting the dropbox app, which you need to uncheck. Then there will be a combo box about opening folders. Set that to file explorer, and you should be good to go now. Tab to OK and press enter on that.
All your folders should now open using explorer, rather than the somewhat cumbersame new design.

Good luck,
Nermin


moderated Re: dropbox 86

netbat66
 

i just looked in dropbox on line because some google searches suggested that there is accessibility settings in the privacy settings somewhere but all i have found is the privacy terms and conditions.
i'm useing the desktop dropbox folder with windows 7
and in the public folder it has these options that can't be erased.
new folder view
new folder
new paper doc
new paper templet
new google docs file
new google slides file
new google sheets file
new shortcut
owner (my account name)
sharing settings

it still has the public folder. and until yesterday when i tried to paste a file into it jaws or n v d a didn't say if the file was pasted there or not.
i also found out today that when nothing is speaking i have to open the dropdown menu and close it again because the jaws focus is somewhere else. a screen redraw didn't do anything.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Griffith
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 4:05 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: dropbox 86

I have never found any accessibility setting for DropBox but frankly have never needed one.

When you make reference to "all the Google crap" it makes me think that you are dealing with DropBox on the web rather than with your DropBox on your computer. I cannot imagine why you would be getting references about google when working with your DropBox folder on your PC.

If this is what you are doing I strongly recommend that you stop this method and use DropBox on your PC.

If you have not already installed the Desktop DropBox for Windows you should do this immediately as it will make life far easier as you will be dealing with, for all intents and purposes, normal windows folders. You can download DropBox for windows from the DropBox website or alternatively www.ninite.com.

In addition once you have DropBox for Windows installed there is no longer a need for a "Public Folder".
Nowadays all of your DropBox files on your computer can be made available via DropBox sharing links unlike in previous incarnations where you had to specify a special "Public" folder for this purpose.
Simply bring up the context menu on any file in your DropBox - again remember not on the website but on your computer, and this will enable you to "Copy DropBox link to clipboard".
Alternatively you could set up a shared folder with another DropBox user by following a share DropBox folder option again on the context menu and again on your windows DropBox sub folder and not initially at least on the website, although you will be redirected to the website as part of the share folder wizard.

Therefore in terms of accessibility, after installing DropBox on your PC, your DropBox folder should appear as a normal File Explorer Window as in any other folder. There should be no difference in accessibility between your local mirror of your DropBox and any other Windows File Explorer window.
Specifically the DropBox folder is I think by default under Users and then Documents on the C drive of your computer but as I have moved my own DropBox folder to a bigger D drive I cannot check for you.

Hope that helps.

David Griffith



-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of netbat66
Sent: 13 December 2019 21:43
To: jaws main <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: dropbox 86

is there a setting to turn on for accessability?
some searches say there is an option in the privacy settings but i haven't found it in the dropbox folder or on line.
i can paste a file into the public folder but jaws doesn't say anything. it just says all the google crap i care nothing about and wish i could remove them.
i'll never use them.
the one time i found the option to copy a link to the clipboard and sent it to myself and it said the folder was empty.
i am getting no where trying to use the public folder.


moderated JFW system tray icons

Marty Hutchings
 

Hay Guys,  For a while now, I have noticed that I have 2 system tray icons for JAWS on my system tray, but now I have 4 of them.  I also have 2 iCloud icons.  Why would I have duplicates and how do I get rid of the extra icons?  I only have 2 versions of JAWS installed.


moderated Re: Preferred method to delete older version of Jaws?

Richard Turner
 

I would use the Windows control panel, programs and features, and uninstall from there, but you probably should leave shared components.




Richard
"Reality is the leading cause of stress for those who are in touch with it." 
-- from The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, by Jane Wagner


On Dec 13, 2019, at 5:25 PM, David Pearson <dshawnpearson@...> wrote:

Hello:

Subject pretty much" says it all",  but what is the best procedure to remove an unwanted version of Jaws from my pc?

Thank you,



David S. Pearson




moderated Re: Preferred method to delete older version of Jaws?

Vaughn Brown
 

Hi David,

Simply remove the version you don't want through the program removal
function in the control panel. You can easily pull this up by typing
in "programs" into the start menu search.

I hope this helps.

Vaughn

On 12/13/19, David Pearson <dshawnpearson@...> wrote:
Hello:

Subject pretty much" says it all", but what is the best procedure to remove

an unwanted version of Jaws from my pc?

Thank you,



David S. Pearson




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moderated Preferred method to delete older version of Jaws?

David Pearson
 

Hello:

Subject pretty much" says it all", but what is the best procedure to remove an unwanted version of Jaws from my pc?

Thank you,



David S. Pearson


moderated Re: dropbox 86

David Griffith
 

I have never found any accessibility setting for DropBox but frankly have never needed one.

When you make reference to "all the Google crap" it makes me think that you are dealing with DropBox on the web rather than with your DropBox on your computer. I cannot imagine why you would be getting references about google when working with your DropBox folder on your PC.

If this is what you are doing I strongly recommend that you stop this method and use DropBox on your PC.

If you have not already installed the Desktop DropBox for Windows you should do this immediately as it will make life far easier as you will be dealing with, for all intents and purposes, normal windows folders. You can download DropBox for windows from the DropBox website or alternatively www.ninite.com.

In addition once you have DropBox for Windows installed there is no longer a need for a "Public Folder".
Nowadays all of your DropBox files on your computer can be made available via DropBox sharing links unlike in previous incarnations where you had to specify a special "Public" folder for this purpose.
Simply bring up the context menu on any file in your DropBox - again remember not on the website but on your computer, and this will enable you to "Copy DropBox link to clipboard".
Alternatively you could set up a shared folder with another DropBox user by following a share DropBox folder option again on the context menu and again on your windows DropBox sub folder and not initially at least on the website, although you will be redirected to the website as part of the share folder wizard.

Therefore in terms of accessibility, after installing DropBox on your PC, your DropBox folder should appear as a normal File Explorer Window as in any other folder. There should be no difference in accessibility between your local mirror of your DropBox and any other Windows File Explorer window.
Specifically the DropBox folder is I think by default under Users and then Documents on the C drive of your computer but as I have moved my own DropBox folder to a bigger D drive I cannot check for you.

Hope that helps.

David Griffith

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of netbat66
Sent: 13 December 2019 21:43
To: jaws main <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: dropbox 86

is there a setting to turn on for accessability?
some searches say there is an option in the privacy settings but i haven't found it in the dropbox folder or on line.
i can paste a file into the public folder but jaws doesn't say anything. it just says all the google crap i care nothing about and wish i could remove them.
i'll never use them.
the one time i found the option to copy a link to the clipboard and sent it to myself and it said the folder was empty.
i am getting no where trying to use the public folder.


moderated Re: How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.

Steve Matzura
 

To display the icons in the system tray, press JAWS Key plus F11. Of course, in order to read something, it has to be there. Some programs, while having a presence in the system tray, don't appear because their icons are hidden. Here's how to show or hide them.


1. Open Windows Settings by pressing the Windows Key plus I.

2. Type icon and pres the Down Arrow key until you hear "Themes and Related Settings."

3. Tab to the list box and use the Down Arrow until you hear "Task bar notification area," then press ENTER.

4. Press TAB until you hear "Select which icons appear on the task bar," and press ENTER.

5. You are now in a dialog-like view that shows a button for every running program that can put an icon in the system tray. Note, I don't mean the task bar, where programs whose windows are minimized will appear normally, or programs that have been specifically pinned to the task bar.

6. For each program, decide if you want its icon to be present or absent from the system tray, and change the setting by tapping the space bar as is appropriate to your needs. ON means it shows, OFF means it does not show.

7. You can go around this display by pressing the TAB key and make changes as many times as you want to. When you're done, press Alt plus F4 to close the window and prevent further changes.

8. Test your changes. Open the system tray by pressing the JAWS Key plus F11, and move through the visible icons with the Up and/or Down Arrow keys. If you don't like what you find, press the ESCAPE key, then go back to Step 1.


Hope this helps.


On 12/13/2019 4:11 PM, Angel wrote:

I have another question concerning Jaws and Windows 10.  How does one cause Jaws to read what resides in the system trey.  I have Jaws, for example, in my system trey.  But, I would never know it.  Because, I am not shown what resides in my system trey.  Save three things, volume, network status, and battery strength.  Which came with my system.  I have a few other programs I have loaded in my system trey.  Which I am unable to hear.  When I press Jaws 11.



moderated dropbox 86

netbat66
 

is there a setting to turn on for accessability?
some searches say there is an option in the privacy settings but i haven't found it in the dropbox folder or on line.
i can paste a file into the public folder but jaws doesn't say anything. it just says all the google crap i care nothing about and wish i could remove them.
i'll never use them.
the one time i found the option to copy a link to the clipboard and sent it to myself and it said the folder was empty.
i am getting no where trying to use the public folder.


moderated Re: How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.

netbat66
 

for jaws you have to find the option to make jaws reside in the system tray instead of the desktop.
also you may have to open the notification icon and find the icons you want to turn on or off before they will show.

-----Original Message-----
From: Angel
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 1:11 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.



I have another question concerning Jaws and Windows 10. How does one cause Jaws to read what resides in the system trey. I have Jaws, for example, in my system trey. But, I would never know it. Because, I am not shown what resides in my system trey. Save three things, volume, network status, and battery strength. Which came with my system. I have a few other programs I have loaded in my system trey. Which I am unable to hear. When I press Jaws 11.



Sent from Mail for Windows 10


moderated Re: How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.

Mike B
 


Hi Angel,
 
Try the following:
1. Windows key + I, for Settings, and tab 1 time to, System.
2. Navigate to, Personalization, press enter.
3. Navigate to, Taskbar, press enter.
4. Tab several times to,Select which icons appear on the Taskbar link, press enter.
5. Tab through these icons, pressing the spacebar to turn them on / off.  Turn the icons on that you want to show in the System Tray.

Take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go Rams!
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: Angel
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 1:11 PM
Subject: How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.

I have another question concerning Jaws and Windows 10.  How does one cause Jaws to read what resides in the system trey.  I have Jaws, for example, in my system trey.  But, I would never know it.  Because, I am not shown what resides in my system trey.  Save three things, volume, network status, and battery strength.  Which came with my system.  I have a few other programs I have loaded in my system trey.  Which I am unable to hear.  When I press Jaws 11.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


moderated How is one able to hear what one loads in ones system trey: Using Jaws and Windows 10.

Angel
 

I have another question concerning Jaws and Windows 10.  How does one cause Jaws to read what resides in the system trey.  I have Jaws, for example, in my system trey.  But, I would never know it.  Because, I am not shown what resides in my system trey.  Save three things, volume, network status, and battery strength.  Which came with my system.  I have a few other programs I have loaded in my system trey.  Which I am unable to hear.  When I press Jaws 11.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


moderated Re: Keyboard Questions

Mike B
 


Howdy CathyAnn,
 
Thank you very much, it's working great!  I made that settings change at least 4 times, but apparently it didn't stick!  LOL  LOL  Thank you very much, this time it seems to be holding.  I don't know why it didn't stick before, but we'll see if this setting holds.

Take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go Rams!
Arguing with a woman is like reading a software license agreement.  In the end you have to ignore everything, & click I agree.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 12:11 PM
Subject: Re: Keyboard Questions

It sounds like folder options are set to open in a new Window.

Check the following:
1. Open the Start Menu
2. Search for “Folder Options”
3. Open File Explorer Folder Options

The first set of radio buttons configured how folders are opened.

Focus on this set of radio buttons and make sure “Open each folder in the same Window” is selected.

CathyAnne

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On Fri, Dec 13, 2019 at 1:01 PM -0700, "Dean Martineau" <topdot@...> wrote:

That’s obviously a puzzler, because of course backspace should work. Of course, JAWS shouldn’t be interfering with that, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t, so perhaps try with a different screen reader once.  I assume you’ve already restarted.  You don’t appear to be able to add a Back button to the tool bar, which you shouldn’t need to do in any event.

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike B
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 1:31 PM
To: JFW List <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Keyboard Questions

Hi All,

I'm working on my sister's Win10 Pro 1909.18363.535 system with Jaws 2020, and I'm having some keyboard issues, I think.  When I press Alt + left arrow or the Backspace key to close folders or to go back a level nothing happens and I have to use Alt + F4 to do these actions, which is getting irritating...  Can anyone tell me if there's a setting that I'm missing to make these keystrokes work?  All help will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks much.


Take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go Rams!
Arguing with a woman is like reading a software license agreement.  In the end you have to ignore everything, & click I agree.


moderated Re: JAWS Accessibility With Call Center software at The Customer Service Call Centers of Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS

james hooper
 

Greetings well I know here in Denver rehab tried to look in to working for
comcast but several years ago their software wasn't compatible, I know of a
friend in California who works for Marriott in trms of accessibility for
their reservation agents I am not sure if he is on this list but if he is, I
am sure he will chime in.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of ratshtron
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 1:36 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS Accessibility With Call Center software at The Customer
Service Call Centers of Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance,
New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast
XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS

not sure how jaws works now, but back in the late 90's I worked at the
hilton call center in carrolton tx and when I first started there they were
still using dos and I helped in getting windows 98 up and running for them
then. I am sure they have continued to progress with the technology
progressing as well. that's been over 20 years ago, lol!



Legend has it that on Friday 12/13/19 01:57 PM, Mr. Alexander Scott Kaiser
I. said:
----------------------------------------
02:57, P,.,M,., United States, Eastern, Standard, Time, Friday,
December 13, 2019 Good, Afternoon:
Good, Afternoon, my name is Alexander Kaiser. What is the status on
JAWS Accessibility With Call Center software at the Marriott Hotels,
The Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross
Blue Shield Healthcare , Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS
customer Service Call Centers? I am looking into working in the field
as a customer service call center representative and, I am going to be
participating online in the Service, Employment, And, Technology
program from World Services For The Blind, and, My Vocational
Rehabilitation Counselor Dawn Corbett-Nivison at The New Jersey
Commission For The Blind, And, Visually Impaired wants me to find out
if JAWS works smoothly with the Customer Service Call Center software
at The AAA Club Alliance, Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, New Jersey
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY,
And, Verizon FIOS Customer Service Call Centers, because, I would be
applying for positions with those companies upon graduation from World
Services For The Blind. Do you have any JAWS users who work at these
employers performing this job? What positive employee feedback from
these employers is there, if Any regarding employer software
compatibility with JAWS? I would very greatly appreciate a positive
response regarding these questions when you get this message.
Please email me back As, very immediately, And, As, very urgently, As,
possible. My Email address is
<mailto:MISTER.ALEXANDER.SCOTT.KAISER.I.1.0.3.0.1.9.9.0.99@...>MISTER.AL
EXANDER.SCOTT.KAISER.I.1.0.3.0.1.9.9.0.99@....
Also, Please CC the message to Dawn Corbett-Nivison at
<mailto:DAWN.CORBETT@...>DAWN.CORBETT@....
Thank you, for your time, and, consideration, and, I hope to hear from
you soon.
Sincerely,
Mr. Alexander Scott Kaiser
P,.,S,., Thank you, And, I hope you have a very excellent weekend!


----------------------------------------


moderated Re: JAWS Accessibility With Call Center software at The Customer Service Call Centers of Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS

ratshtron
 

not sure how jaws works now, but back in the late 90's I worked at the hilton call center in carrolton tx and when I first started there they were still using dos and I helped in getting windows 98 up and running for them then. I am sure they have continued to progress with the technology progressing as well. that's been over 20 years ago, lol!



Legend has it that on Friday 12/13/19 01:57 PM, Mr. Alexander Scott Kaiser I. said:
----------------------------------------
02:57, P,.,M,., United States, Eastern, Standard, Time,
Friday, December 13, 2019
Good, Afternoon:
Good, Afternoon, my name is Alexander Kaiser. What is the status on JAWS Accessibility With Call Center software at the Marriott Hotels, The Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare , Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS customer Service Call Centers? I am looking into working in the field as a customer service call center representative and, I am going to be participating online in the Service, Employment, And, Technology program from World Services For The Blind, and, My Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Dawn Corbett-Nivison at The New Jersey Commission For The Blind, And, Visually Impaired wants me to find out if JAWS works smoothly with the Customer Service Call Center software at The AAA Club Alliance, Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS Customer Service Call Centers, because, I would be applying for positions with those companies upon graduation from World Services For The Blind. Do you have any JAWS users who work at these employers performing this job? What positive employee feedback from these employers is there, if Any regarding employer software compatibility with JAWS? I would very greatly appreciate a positive response regarding these questions when you get this message. Please email me back As, very immediately, And, As, very urgently, As, possible. My Email address is <mailto:MISTER.ALEXANDER.SCOTT.KAISER.I.1.0.3.0.1.9.9.0.99@...>MISTER.ALEXANDER.SCOTT.KAISER.I.1.0.3.0.1.9.9.0.99@....
Also, Please CC the message to Dawn Corbett-Nivison at <mailto:DAWN.CORBETT@...>DAWN.CORBETT@....
Thank you, for your time, and, consideration, and, I hope to hear from you soon.
Sincerely,
Mr. Alexander Scott Kaiser
P,.,S,., Thank you, And, I hope you have a very excellent weekend!


----------------------------------------


moderated Re: JAWS Accessibility With Call Center software at The Customer Service Call Centers of Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS

Rick Mladek
 

Alexander,

 

I do know that Marriott Hotels uses Jaws and openly hires those blind that need this software to handle the work duties as a Customer Service Agent within their call centers. There are others as jlodge.com and maritz that also have blind individuals working from their home as such Representatives, as well. Marriott Hotels also allows work from home as Customer Service Representatives from home, after a 6-month trial at the call center.

 

Best of luck,

 

Rick

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mr. Alexander Scott Kaiser I.
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2019 2:58 PM
To: MAIN@JFW.GROUPS.IO
Subject: JAWS Accessibility With Call Center software at The Customer Service Call Centers of Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS
Importance: High
Sensitivity: Confidential

 

02:57, P,.,M,., United States, Eastern, Standard, Time,

Friday, December 13, 2019

Good, Afternoon:

Good, Afternoon, my name is Alexander Kaiser. What is the status on JAWS Accessibility  With Call Center software at the Marriott Hotels, The Hilton Hotels, AAA Club Alliance, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare , Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS customer Service Call Centers? I am looking into working in the field as a customer service call center representative and, I am going to be participating online in the Service, Employment, And, Technology program from World Services For The Blind, and, My Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Dawn Corbett-Nivison at The New Jersey Commission For The Blind, And, Visually Impaired wants me to find out if JAWS works smoothly with the Customer Service Call Center software at The AAA Club Alliance, Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, New Jersey Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Altice USA, Comcast XFINITY, And, Verizon FIOS Customer Service Call Centers, because, I would be applying for positions with those companies upon graduation from World Services For The Blind. Do you have any JAWS users who work at these employers performing this job? What positive employee feedback from these employers is there, if Any regarding employer software compatibility with JAWS? I would very greatly appreciate  a positive response  regarding these questions when you get this message. Please email me back As, very immediately, And, As, very urgently, As, possible. My Email address is MISTER.ALEXANDER.SCOTT.KAISER.I.1.0.3.0.1.9.9.0.99@....

Also, Please CC the message to Dawn Corbett-Nivison at DAWN.CORBETT@....

Thank you, for your time, and, consideration, and, I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Mr. Alexander Scott Kaiser

P,.,S,., Thank you, And, I hope you have a very excellent weekend!