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moderated What does "on top" window mean?

Richard B. McDonald
 

Hi!

 

If I press JAWSKey+F10, I get a list of all open windows.  Sometimes, it indicates that a particular window is “on top.”  And, this dialogue has a checkbox to show only windows that are “on top.”  So, what does it mean that a window is “on top?”

 

Thanks,

Richard

moderated Re: It's new computer time and I am looking for advice.

Chris Hill
 

One thing you might not have considered is that many laptops no longer have a separate key for the applications (the thing sighted people think of as the right click menu).  Some have a key combination with the fn key and right control key to do the same thing.  Most laptop keyboards are awkward for anyone with other than small hands, and key separation ranges from okay to horrible.  I really suggest buying locally if at all possible, a laptop that may be fine for one person might annoy someone else.  If you can get by without portability, get a desktop, then you can plug in a real keyboard and good speakers more easily.



On 1/6/2020 21:40, Jim Rawls wrote:

Hi all,

It’s new computer time, and here is what I want on the computer.

1.       A numeric key pad with decent separation between it, and the rest of the keyboard.

2.       An optical disk drive.

3.       At least an intel core 5 processor,

4.       Head phone jack, and I guess these days it’s a combo jack with microphone.

5.       Decent battery life.

6.       And anything else you might recommend. And any thoughts will be appreciated.

7.       Jim

 

moderated Re: Focus 40, not really needing Bluetooth for PC

Mario
 

all attachments are stripped on this list, so you'll have to provide the
document some other way, maybe via dropbox so others can get a copy and
find the info helpful?

-------- Original Message --------
From: Ashleigh Piccinino [mailto:apiccinino@...]
To: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io>
Date: Monday, January 6, 2020, 9:15 PM
Subject: Focus 40, not really needing Bluetooth for PC
Hello,
I am not sure about having a Bluetooth adapter for connecting the Focus
40 Braille display to the PC. However, if you have its USB cable, you
can connect it to the USB port on your pc. I will attach a document
which might help with some things—not finding the USB Bluetooth
connector, though, I’m afraid. Yet, I hope this helps with other Focus
problems you might have in the future
Ashleigh S. Piccinino

Sent from Mail<https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> for
Windows 10

From: Juan Hernandez<mailto:juanhernandez98@...>
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 5:35 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io<mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: bluetooth adapters

Hi All,

I wanted to connect my focus 40 via Bluetooth to my desktop. Can
someone recommend a good Bluetooth usb dongle that would work?

Best,

Juan

moderated Re: laptops

Jason White
 

My Lenovo P51 laptop has the numeric keys. Some of the newer models in the same series may also include them. It’s heavy and can be awkward to carry, but it performs wonderfully with JAWS or, for that matter, NVDA.

 

From: <main@jfw.groups.io> on behalf of Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...>
Reply-To: <main@jfw.groups.io>
Date: Tuesday, January 7, 2020 at 02:35
To: <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Re: laptops

 

Hi,

An i5 should get you by just fine, but may I also recommend the AMD Ryzen 5 series. No longer is AMD in simply budget notebooks, and it has comporable performance to Intel with great batterylife these days.

Optical drives are hard to come by, especially in decent laptops these days, but a $10 USB optical drive should get you by just fine.

Most laptops are doing away with numpads, though I think there are a few 15-17 inch models around. It’s honestly hard to find that in the specifications – a lot of them have now switched to using the j, k, and l keys as well as those above and below as the numpad, but a lot of times not even that.

Be careful using Dolbi audio as it can reek heck with screen readers – Dell’s audio is a huge no no for me and why I’ll never own another dell laptop again. It makes speech echo, and the beginnings of words and things can cut off. Plus it can be a pain to navigate through its settings.

My Lenovo has dolbi atmos but it doesn’t appear to do anything to the screen reader apart from change the volume and maybe low frequencies just a little, but it can be disabled easily enough through sound settings in Windows.

I have the Thinkpad X1 extreme, which gets about 7.5-8 hours of battery on a good day. It is also probably a lot more computer than most including me need, but I bought it with the express purpose of keeping the machine for years to come – if you do find a 1st generation x1 extreme at a good price and can get warranty, I highly recommend it. I’ve had this since May and do not regret it a single bit. The 2nd generation is likely more expensive and not much more computer – a slight upgrade to the processor and GPU that is about 3% faster most likely. No, it does not have an optical drive, but it does have a headset jack, 2 USB A ports as well as 2 USB C ports. It has an sd card slot and the card goes in all the way and is spring loaded with about half an inch sticking out, just enough to push on with your finger but not enough to get caught on something. The build quality is stellar, and the keyboard, don’t get me started on how wonderful and amazing it is to type on. It has just enough key travel to not go clackity clack if you hit a key too hard, but the keys are still really firm and nice to press on. It has no silly touch screen or anything of that nature, so no need to worry about that. It has a 15 inch screen and weighs in just under 4 pounds. Most things are easily gotten to with just a few screws – even the battery – so nothing is glued on or slaughtered in. It has the ability to hold 2 NVME solid state drives – which are little tiny rectangles that slot into the motherboard itself and can hold anywhere from 128 gb to 1 tb of data each. It can also hold up to 32 gb of ram and has the ability to be fitted with either an i5, i7 or i9 processor. I wanted the i5, however the i7 was on special for only $50 more, so ended up with that. If I did it over again I’d honestly go with the i5 – it’s an h series processor, which means it isn’t ultra low voltage. The i7 has 6 real cores that, with hyper threading, windows sees as 12. The i5 version of this has 4 cores and 8 threads. It charges from dead in about an hour and a half despite all of this power.

 

I hope I didn’t go too far in explaining this, I just wanted to give a clear explanation as to what you were specifically in for if you did. Again – super solid, reliable, and speedy computer that will last for years to come since it’s so easy to service. Even the fan is easy to get to and clean. I know it has no numpad, but do remember there are alternative commands to use, though a numpad is definitely nice if you’re dealing with numbers all day.

 

I hope I’ve helped and don’t be afraid to contact me off list if you have any more questions.

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marvin Hunkin
Sent: Tuesday, January 7, 2020 12:01 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: laptops

 

Hi. Well good luck. Most laptops these days, don’t come with a optical drive. You can get a blue tooth or wireless. Means having to carry around. If you can get one with a cd drive, good luck. I have an assus vivo book x 540 uar, and no optical drive. And my mom has a Lenovo idea pad 330s, and no optical drive. With the specifications, a intel I 3 5 or higher if you can get I 3 7 or I 3 8, with at least 8 to 16 gb ram, a solid state drive, try to get 500 gb or 1 tb, and maybe a second ssd. And also make sure it has dolby sound. And a good keyboard. Also good battery life. My laptop, can get up to 7 or 8 hours battery. And does not come with an extended number pad. You have to get an added on. Which makes it more having to carry around more things. And also usb 3. If possible. I got my 15 inch screen. Also some laptops, the number lock key is on the right hand bottom side or down the side of the keyboard, not on the number row or function keys. Marvin.

moderated Re: laptops

Tyler Wood
 

Hi,

An i5 should get you by just fine, but may I also recommend the AMD Ryzen 5 series. No longer is AMD in simply budget notebooks, and it has comporable performance to Intel with great batterylife these days.

Optical drives are hard to come by, especially in decent laptops these days, but a $10 USB optical drive should get you by just fine.

Most laptops are doing away with numpads, though I think there are a few 15-17 inch models around. It’s honestly hard to find that in the specifications – a lot of them have now switched to using the j, k, and l keys as well as those above and below as the numpad, but a lot of times not even that.

Be careful using Dolbi audio as it can reek heck with screen readers – Dell’s audio is a huge no no for me and why I’ll never own another dell laptop again. It makes speech echo, and the beginnings of words and things can cut off. Plus it can be a pain to navigate through its settings.

My Lenovo has dolbi atmos but it doesn’t appear to do anything to the screen reader apart from change the volume and maybe low frequencies just a little, but it can be disabled easily enough through sound settings in Windows.

I have the Thinkpad X1 extreme, which gets about 7.5-8 hours of battery on a good day. It is also probably a lot more computer than most including me need, but I bought it with the express purpose of keeping the machine for years to come – if you do find a 1st generation x1 extreme at a good price and can get warranty, I highly recommend it. I’ve had this since May and do not regret it a single bit. The 2nd generation is likely more expensive and not much more computer – a slight upgrade to the processor and GPU that is about 3% faster most likely. No, it does not have an optical drive, but it does have a headset jack, 2 USB A ports as well as 2 USB C ports. It has an sd card slot and the card goes in all the way and is spring loaded with about half an inch sticking out, just enough to push on with your finger but not enough to get caught on something. The build quality is stellar, and the keyboard, don’t get me started on how wonderful and amazing it is to type on. It has just enough key travel to not go clackity clack if you hit a key too hard, but the keys are still really firm and nice to press on. It has no silly touch screen or anything of that nature, so no need to worry about that. It has a 15 inch screen and weighs in just under 4 pounds. Most things are easily gotten to with just a few screws – even the battery – so nothing is glued on or slaughtered in. It has the ability to hold 2 NVME solid state drives – which are little tiny rectangles that slot into the motherboard itself and can hold anywhere from 128 gb to 1 tb of data each. It can also hold up to 32 gb of ram and has the ability to be fitted with either an i5, i7 or i9 processor. I wanted the i5, however the i7 was on special for only $50 more, so ended up with that. If I did it over again I’d honestly go with the i5 – it’s an h series processor, which means it isn’t ultra low voltage. The i7 has 6 real cores that, with hyper threading, windows sees as 12. The i5 version of this has 4 cores and 8 threads. It charges from dead in about an hour and a half despite all of this power.

 

I hope I didn’t go too far in explaining this, I just wanted to give a clear explanation as to what you were specifically in for if you did. Again – super solid, reliable, and speedy computer that will last for years to come since it’s so easy to service. Even the fan is easy to get to and clean. I know it has no numpad, but do remember there are alternative commands to use, though a numpad is definitely nice if you’re dealing with numbers all day.

 

I hope I’ve helped and don’t be afraid to contact me off list if you have any more questions.

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marvin Hunkin
Sent: Tuesday, January 7, 2020 12:01 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: laptops

 

Hi. Well good luck. Most laptops these days, don’t come with a optical drive. You can get a blue tooth or wireless. Means having to carry around. If you can get one with a cd drive, good luck. I have an assus vivo book x 540 uar, and no optical drive. And my mom has a Lenovo idea pad 330s, and no optical drive. With the specifications, a intel I 3 5 or higher if you can get I 3 7 or I 3 8, with at least 8 to 16 gb ram, a solid state drive, try to get 500 gb or 1 tb, and maybe a second ssd. And also make sure it has dolby sound. And a good keyboard. Also good battery life. My laptop, can get up to 7 or 8 hours battery. And does not come with an extended number pad. You have to get an added on. Which makes it more having to carry around more things. And also usb 3. If possible. I got my 15 inch screen. Also some laptops, the number lock key is on the right hand bottom side or down the side of the keyboard, not on the number row or function keys. Marvin.

moderated laptops

Marvin Hunkin
 

Hi. Well good luck. Most laptops these days, don’t come with a optical drive. You can get a blue tooth or wireless. Means having to carry around. If you can get one with a cd drive, good luck. I have an assus vivo book x 540 uar, and no optical drive. And my mom has a Lenovo idea pad 330s, and no optical drive. With the specifications, a intel I 3 5 or higher if you can get I 3 7 or I 3 8, with at least 8 to 16 gb ram, a solid state drive, try to get 500 gb or 1 tb, and maybe a second ssd. And also make sure it has dolby sound. And a good keyboard. Also good battery life. My laptop, can get up to 7 or 8 hours battery. And does not come with an extended number pad. You have to get an added on. Which makes it more having to carry around more things. And also usb 3. If possible. I got my 15 inch screen. Also some laptops, the number lock key is on the right hand bottom side or down the side of the keyboard, not on the number row or function keys. Marvin.

moderated latest Jaws and emails reading as tables

tom x
 

                Hi,

 

Using latest W10 64bit and Jaws 2020,Outlook 2013 and latest Thunderbird.

 

I am having a problem which is driving me nuts when reading or arrowing down through a message.  Jaws will say something like 

table with 1 columns and 1 rows nesting level 3

While the table size and nesting level may change, the level of annoyance does not.

 

This problem has only been noticed since updating to the latest version of Jaws.

 

Can someone please explain how to change Jaw's behaviour when reading emails?

 

Thanks

 

Tom

moderated Re: It's new computer time and I am looking for advice.

Mike B
 

Hi Jim,
 
The Jaws-Users list was shutdown many months ago.  The new email list / group that was started to take its place is called, jfw-users@groups.io, and you can subscribe to this list using the link below.
 
 
 

Take care.  Mike.  Sennt from my iBarstool.

----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Rawls
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2020 7:40 PM
Subject: It's new computer time and I am looking for advice.

Hi all,

It’s new computer time, and here is what I want on the computer.

1.       A numeric key pad with decent separation between it, and the rest of the keyboard.

2.       An optical disk drive.

3.       At least an intel core 5 processor,

4.       Head phone jack, and I guess these days it’s a combo jack with microphone.

5.       Decent battery life.

6.       And anything else you might recommend. And any thoughts will be appreciated.

7.       Jim

 

moderated Re: It's new computer time and I am looking for advice.

Brian K. Lingard
 

Shalom Bill & List:

Trust you had a great Hanukkah. I am Reform. Like how I can choose my observance level and my maker will understand.

Sounds like a wonderful large print keyboard.

main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf of Bill Tessore
Sent: Monday, Jamari\]up keyboard.

Shalom Brian K. Lingard, PS I am a convert. Like the outlook on life. The goyem would be better off if they had a steaming hot cup of tea or coffee and a light smack with their bible studies. ary 6, 2020 11:35 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Cc: jaws-users-list@groups.io
Subject: Re: It's new computer time and I am looking for advice.

 

I got a USB enabled ZoomText keyboard for my laptop . The keys are much more well separated, larger than the laptop’s and the characters are bold, large, and highly contrasted with the black keys.

 

Shalom,

 

Bill Tessore

 

 



On Jan 6, 2020, at 7:40 PM, Jim Rawls <jazzpiano@...> wrote:



Hi all,

It’s new computer time, and here is what I want on the computer.

1.       A numeric key pad with decent separation between it, and the rest of the keyboard.

2.       An optical disk drives.

3.       At least an intel core 5 processor,

4.       Head phone jack, and I guess these days it’s a combo jack with microphone.

5.       Decent battery life.

6.       And anything else you might recommend. And any thoughts will be appreciated.

7.       Jim

 

moderated Re: It's new computer time and I am looking for advice.

Bill Tessore
 

I got a USB enabled ZoomText keyboard for my laptop . The keys are much more well separated, larger than the laptop’s and the characters are bold, large andhighly contrasted with the black keys.


Shalom,

Bill Tessore
billtessore@...



On Jan 6, 2020, at 7:40 PM, Jim Rawls <jazzpiano@...> wrote:



Hi all,

It’s new computer time, and here is what I want on the computer.

1.       A numeric key pad with decent separation between it, and the rest of the keyboard.

2.       An optical disk drive.

3.       At least an intel core 5 processor,

4.       Head phone jack, and I guess these days it’s a combo jack with microphone.

5.       Decent battery life.

6.       And anything else you might recommend. And any thoughts will be appreciated.

7.       Jim

 

moderated It's new computer time and I am looking for advice.

Jim Rawls
 

Hi all,

It’s new computer time, and here is what I want on the computer.

1.       A numeric key pad with decent separation between it, and the rest of the keyboard.

2.       An optical disk drive.

3.       At least an intel core 5 processor,

4.       Head phone jack, and I guess these days it’s a combo jack with microphone.

5.       Decent battery life.

6.       And anything else you might recommend. And any thoughts will be appreciated.

7.       Jim

 

moderated Re: Focus 40, not really needing Bluetooth for PC

JM Casey
 

Well, I connect mine to the desktop via USB, but it’d be nice to use blue and not have to always be at the computer, you know. I could take it anywhere in my apartment except the bedroom. Anyway, I too will be getting an adaptor at some point I suppose.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ashleigh Piccinino
Sent: January 6, 2020 9:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Focus 40, not really needing Bluetooth for PC
Importance: High

 

Hello,

I am not sure about having a Bluetooth adapter for connecting the Focus 40 Braille display to the PC. However, if you have its USB cable, you can connect it to the USB port on your pc. I will attach a document which might help with some things—not finding the USB Bluetooth connector, though, I’m afraid. Yet, I hope this helps with other Focus problems you might have in the future

Ashleigh S. Piccinino

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Juan Hernandez
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 5:35 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: bluetooth adapters

 

Hi All,

I wanted to connect my focus 40 via Bluetooth to my desktop.  Can someone recommend a good Bluetooth usb dongle that would work?

Best,

Juan

 

moderated Git Bash and jaws problems

Phillip Gross
 

When trying to use git bash with jaws I can’t read the output. In other words I can go back and see the commands I enter but can’t see the output it returns. The only time I am able to read the output is when I use the git config –list command I can see my settings but for example if I try to generate an SSH key I can’t read anything. Has anyone else experienced this and if so do you have any suggestions? Thank you.

moderated Re: bluetooth adapters

Milton Ota <mota1252@...>
 

Have you check to see if your computer is already cabable of adding a blutooth device?

If you actually don't have blutooth available, try to find a blutooth adapter that doesn't require you to insert a disk to load drivers. Sometimes these driver disk are not accessible. You will also want to be sure the blutooth adapter is a recent version so check the blutooth version you are wanting to blutooth.

Original message:

Hi All,
I wanted to connect my focus 40 via Bluetooth to my desktop. Can someone recommend a good Bluetooth usb dongle that would work?
Best,
Juan

moderated Focus 40, not really needing Bluetooth for PC

Ashleigh Piccinino
 

Hello,

I am not sure about having a Bluetooth adapter for connecting the Focus 40 Braille display to the PC. However, if you have its USB cable, you can connect it to the USB port on your pc. I will attach a document which might help with some things—not finding the USB Bluetooth connector, though, I’m afraid. Yet, I hope this helps with other Focus problems you might have in the future

Ashleigh S. Piccinino

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Juan Hernandez
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 5:35 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: bluetooth adapters

 

Hi All,

I wanted to connect my focus 40 via Bluetooth to my desktop.  Can someone recommend a good Bluetooth usb dongle that would work?

Best,

Juan


 

moderated Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

James Bentley
 

I had this exact same problem with a new laptop that I purchased 3 months ago. And the same problem to a lesser degree on two older laptops.

Silenzio fixed all of my problems on all 3 laptops.

You can download it from here:

https://www.canadialog.com/articles/3411/the-sound-of-your-screen-reader-is-poor-and-sluggish-see-how-to-fix-it#site-navigation


James B

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris Hill
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 1:29 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

Silenzio will fix that. It isn't jaws problem, it is your
sound card trying to save power in a stupid way.



On 1/6/2020 13:16, alia robinson wrote:
am evaluating jaws for purchase on my husband’s computer. jaws is fine unless I use bluetooth then it cuts off words. music is great, and if something is playing continually in the background like music on low jaws is fine. this is with every bluetooth headphone we own. ideas?

moderated Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

Cristóbal
 

Ah well, looks like someone in the thread below mentioned such an app.
Nevermind.
Cristóbal

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cristóbal via Groups.Io
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 3:36 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

I remember someone on one of these lists mentioning that they ran a small sound file with blank noise in the background in order to stop this funky behavior. I don't recall if they said that they used a special program for this or how they did it exactly, but I’m sure there are some folks on here who would also be aware of whatever type of program that can run such a task.
I don't use Bluetooth headphones on my laptop, so it wasn't something I paid all that much attention to at the time. See if something like that helps.

Cristóbal

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rod
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 1:34 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

Yeah, that is a known issue. Prior to a recent Windows update, I would have recommended the aftershock headsets because they were working nicely for me, with almost zero latency. That is no longer the case -- they are now virtually unusable and all other headsets suffered from the same issues.




Rod Alcidonis, Esq.
-----Original Message-----
From: alia robinson
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 2:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

am evaluating jaws for purchase on my husband’s computer. jaws is fine unless I use bluetooth then it cuts off words. music is great, and if something is playing continually in the background like music on low jaws is fine. this is with every bluetooth headphone we own. ideas?

moderated bluetooth adapters

Juan Hernandez
 

Hi All,

I wanted to connect my focus 40 via Bluetooth to my desktop. Can someone recommend a good Bluetooth usb dongle that would work?

Best,

Juan

moderated Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

Cristóbal
 

I remember someone on one of these lists mentioning that they ran a small sound file with blank noise in the background in order to stop this funky behavior. I don't recall if they said that they used a special program for this or how they did it exactly, but I’m sure there are some folks on here who would also be aware of whatever type of program that can run such a task.
I don't use Bluetooth headphones on my laptop, so it wasn't something I paid all that much attention to at the time. See if something like that helps.

Cristóbal

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rod
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 1:34 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

Yeah, that is a known issue. Prior to a recent Windows update, I would have recommended the aftershock headsets because they were working nicely for me, with almost zero latency. That is no longer the case -- they are now virtually unusable and all other headsets suffered from the same issues.




Rod Alcidonis, Esq.
-----Original Message-----
From: alia robinson
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 2:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

am evaluating jaws for purchase on my husband’s computer. jaws is fine unless I use bluetooth then it cuts off words. music is great, and if something is playing continually in the background like music on low jaws is fine. this is with every bluetooth headphone we own. ideas?

moderated Re: jaws stuttering with Bluetooth

Don Mauck
 

This just might do the trick. I've been dealing with the same behavior and that's exactly what my bluethhoth is doing.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mario <mrb620@...>
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 3:14 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

Silenzio is a small utility that will continuously play a WAV file which will not let your computer's soundcard sleep.

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.stefankiss.sk_programy_silenzio_Silenzio-5F1.0-5Fsetup.exe&d=DwIGaQ&c=RoP1YumCXCgaWHvlZYR8PZh8Bv7qIrMUB65eapI_JnE&r=EQ0xAgqxGediPFS2iJyMwtaJACO0PE04qO0-xFG1duE&m=hoagwRubPh3VgAsvrtpgor7BLGo9tDVug9g4Inw4UUM&s=l63tGNYHI0wKMwkWPMwyUKjBIlZC3fh6esrLHGRY98A&e=


-------- Original Message --------
From: Rod [mailto:rodalcidonis@...]
To: <main@jfw.groups.io>
Date: Monday, January 6, 2020, 4:35 PM
Subject: jaws stuttering with bluetooth
What's that?





Rod Alcidonis, Esq.
-----Original Message----- From: Chris Hill
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 2:28 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: jaws stuttering with bluetooth

       Silenzio will fix that.  It isn't jaws problem, it is your sound card trying to save power in a stupid way.



On 1/6/2020 13:16, alia robinson wrote:
am evaluating jaws for purchase on my husband’s computer. jaws is fine unless I use bluetooth then it cuts off words. music is great, and if something is playing continually in the background like music on low jaws is fine. this is with every bluetooth headphone we own. ideas?








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