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moderated Re: Asking a drop box question for JAWS.

Mike B
 

Hi Ron,
 
A silly question I know but, did you get it installed?  Did you create an account on the Dropbox website?  Do you know if it's running?  Look in the task manager or the system tray for this.  This is not a plug--N- play program.  Also, when installing it will take a few minutes at the minimum and you'll need to use the Jaws cursor to find any information during the install process.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 5:02 PM
Subject: Asking a drop box question for JAWS.

Hello to my fellow JAWS subscribers.

I just grabbed drop box from

www.ninite.com

I click on the desktop icon, but nothing happens.

Just curious if I can get some drop box help to open up drop box and so on from a screen reader’s point of view?

I’ve written to drop box about this issue, and I await their reply to my letter.

Very Thankfully Yours,

Ron KR3DOG


moderated Asking a drop box question for JAWS.

Ron Kolesar
 

Hello to my fellow JAWS subscribers.

I just grabbed drop box from

www.ninite.com

I click on the desktop icon, but nothing happens.

Just curious if I can get some drop box help to open up drop box and so on from a screen reader’s point of view?

I’ve written to drop box about this issue, and I await their reply to my letter.

Very Thankfully Yours,

Ron KR3DOG


moderated Jaws And Microsoft 365

Pastor Gilbert Pries
 

Hi,

I've noticed something with the new jaws update.

The automatic read doesn''t work correctly.

Jaws reads 1 or 2 lines and stops.

Has anyone else noticed this?

Thanks,

 

Pastor Gilbert


moderated Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

Mike B
 

Yes, that's how I was able to get the contents of this user guide I downloaded for a list member of another list.  I'm going to try downloading the file again to see if it's the site, or just this particular file.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 2:19 PM
Subject: Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

I thought it was strange you were asking such a simple question. LOL Sorry I wasn't of any help. :) So did you try to OCR it useing the applications menu?

On 2/17/2021 1:59 PM, Mike B wrote:
Selecting QRead as the default should do it, but didn't.  I think I may have a bad PDF file.  Adobe Reader wouldn't read it either hence the reason for giving QRead a try.  Thanks much for your help.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 1:03 PM
Subject: Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

press windows key type default programs, press enter then tab to PDF's andpress the space bar. select Q Reader from the list. Then press enter. That should do it.

On 2/17/2021 12:35 PM, Mike B wrote:
Hi All,
 
I recently installed QRead again, set it as my default PDF reader but, for whatever reason it's not opening PDF files and reading them for me.  Would someone please give me a hard kick in the right direction to get Jaws and QRead working together to read my PDF files?  I'm sure it's a setting I'm missing but, which one it is I'm not sure.  Thanks mooy moocho.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.


moderated Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

Randy Barnett
 

I thought it was strange you were asking such a simple question. LOL Sorry I wasn't of any help. :) So did you try to OCR it useing the applications menu?

On 2/17/2021 1:59 PM, Mike B wrote:
Selecting QRead as the default should do it, but didn't.  I think I may have a bad PDF file.  Adobe Reader wouldn't read it either hence the reason for giving QRead a try.  Thanks much for your help.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 1:03 PM
Subject: Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

press windows key type default programs, press enter then tab to PDF's andpress the space bar. select Q Reader from the list. Then press enter. That should do it.

On 2/17/2021 12:35 PM, Mike B wrote:
Hi All,
 
I recently installed QRead again, set it as my default PDF reader but, for whatever reason it's not opening PDF files and reading them for me.  Would someone please give me a hard kick in the right direction to get Jaws and QRead working together to read my PDF files?  I'm sure it's a setting I'm missing but, which one it is I'm not sure.  Thanks mooy moocho.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.


moderated Re: Showing the leader in a table of contents

 

On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 03:38 PM, Ann Byrne wrote:
And although I'm a pretty good typist, I make mistakes that I want to know I made.
-
And I'm a mediocre to OK one, and love the parts I don't have to check because I'm not typing them.

You are right, though, in that I can cheat in that I can see, but I also trust the automatic formatting features of Word, too, and when I tutor, once I have confidence the student actually knows how to activate or deactivate the various bits they need, I encourage them "to have faith" that the stuff is there that the feature should put there.

I'd have a fit, though, if the things I actually must enter myself were not to be announced, as I never have anything near to complete faith in my own typing!
--

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moderated Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

Mike B
 

Selecting QRead as the default should do it, but didn't.  I think I may have a bad PDF file.  Adobe Reader wouldn't read it either hence the reason for giving QRead a try.  Thanks much for your help.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 1:03 PM
Subject: Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

press windows key type default programs, press enter then tab to PDF's andpress the space bar. select Q Reader from the list. Then press enter. That should do it.

On 2/17/2021 12:35 PM, Mike B wrote:
Hi All,
 
I recently installed QRead again, set it as my default PDF reader but, for whatever reason it's not opening PDF files and reading them for me.  Would someone please give me a hard kick in the right direction to get Jaws and QRead working together to read my PDF files?  I'm sure it's a setting I'm missing but, which one it is I'm not sure.  Thanks mooy moocho.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.


moderated Re: versions of ms office.

Van Lant, Robin
 

Thanks, Brian.  That was the line of thinking I used when the license worked and I started getting the updates.  😊

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 9:07 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: versions of ms office.

 

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On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 10:59 AM, Van Lant, Robin wrote:

I bought a license to the retail version Office 2016 on eBay.  Maybe older licenses still exist.  The seller sent me the license key in an email and it worked to activate my office.  I really hope it’s legitimate.  Not sure how you really know. 

-
I also have acquired my licenses for Office 2016 and one for Windows 10 Pro on the grey market.  Once you step out of buying direct from Microsoft or a well-known reseller of Microsoft license keys (like the ones you can get at Best Buy, Walmart, etc.) you have absolutely no way of knowing whether what you're purchasing is a legitimate license or not.  I have had any number over the years that would not work and where the seller was banned from eBay before I could even complain.  But at the prices available for grey market keys, it would take a very long time before I came anywhere close to paying what a brand new license costs.

As far as legitimacy, once I've presented a license key to the entity that controls the licenses, and it is activated by them, it's legitimate as far as I'm concerned.  They are the ones who hold the ability to either accept, or reject, a key.  They also are the "keepers of the databases" that should tell them if a given key is OK for activation/reactivation or not.  If they activate, who am I to argue?

On the Grey Market
 
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moderated Re: versions of ms office.

Shirley Tracy
 

I’m glad to hear that. But as of last month, that’s what they told me at Microsoft—that after Office 2019, you could no longer obtain a subscription-free copy of MS Office.

 

Shirley Tracy

 

From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 2:27 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: versions of ms office.

 

I believe Microsoft has now backed off of Office 2019 being the last free standing installable version.  I seem to remember Joseph Lee posting something about the decision having been made that one more like this will be released, though.  There are also multiple articles about this in the tech press.


A New Version of Microsoft Office Without a Subscription ...

New version of Microsoft Office won't require you to pay ...

Microsoft is releasing a non-subscription Office suite in 2021

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moderated Re: QRead, PDF's and Jaws

Randy Barnett
 

press windows key type default programs, press enter then tab to PDF's andpress the space bar. select Q Reader from the list. Then press enter. That should do it.

On 2/17/2021 12:35 PM, Mike B wrote:
Hi All,
 
I recently installed QRead again, set it as my default PDF reader but, for whatever reason it's not opening PDF files and reading them for me.  Would someone please give me a hard kick in the right direction to get Jaws and QRead working together to read my PDF files?  I'm sure it's a setting I'm missing but, which one it is I'm not sure.  Thanks mooy moocho.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.


moderated Re: Showing the leader in a table of contents

Ann Byrne
 

And you realize that you can cheat ... and I can't (LOL). And although I'm a pretty good typist, I make mistakes that I want to know I made.

At 12:33 PM 2/17/2021, you wrote:
On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 01:28 PM, Ann Byrne wrote:
You can set JAWS to speak only three repeated characters

-Which is great, if what's being used is a repeated character set.Believe it or not, I'm not questioning your choice, as what any given one of us wants/likes will differ. I'm just pointing out that how this is actually implemented "under the hood" matters as far as what's exposed to the screen reader to read.I also have absolute trust that when a given feature is turned on, and I'm using it, and all evidence is that it's working, that it is indeed working. There are many times that I have no desire to have anything announced, because it's auditory clutter. It's just a difference of desired behavior.--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042 Â

One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.

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moderated QRead, PDF's and Jaws

Mike B
 

Hi All,
 
I recently installed QRead again, set it as my default PDF reader but, for whatever reason it's not opening PDF files and reading them for me.  Would someone please give me a hard kick in the right direction to get Jaws and QRead working together to read my PDF files?  I'm sure it's a setting I'm missing but, which one it is I'm not sure.  Thanks mooy moocho.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.


moderated JAWS2021 February Update build J2021.2102.34 Download Link + What's New

Mike B
 

 Hi all,
 
Below is the February update for J2021 build 2102.34 direct download link + what's new.
 
32 & 64 bit download link:
 
 
What's new:
 
Enhancements in JAWS 2021.2102.34 (February 2021)
The following is a list of improvements made between the January 2021 release and the February 2021 update.
 
Virtual Cursor Support Now Available in Windows 10 Universal Apps
The Virtual PC Cursor, used to read web pages, PDF documents, and emails in JAWS and Fusion, has been extended to work in Windows universal applications.
Universal apps are usually obtained from the Microsoft Store, however some apps, such as Weather or the Calculator, are pre-installed as part of Windows.
Once the Virtual Cursor is enabled in a universal app, it greatly improves the reading experience by allowing you to:
list of 4 items
• Use the ARROW  keys to navigate the app's contents just like a web page.
• Use Navigation Quick Keys to quickly move to specific elements like Regions, Headings, lists, tables, form fields, and more.
• Display a list of links ( INSERT+F7 ), headings ( INSERT+F6 ), and form controls ( INSERT+F5 ).
• Use Forms Mode to type text or interact with other controls.
list end
Currently, Weather is the only app where the Virtual Cursor is on by default. As you use other universal apps, press INSERT+Z to manually activate the
Virtual Cursor and try navigating to see if you notice any improvements with how JAWS reads.
Pressing INSERT+Z is used to toggle the Virtual Cursor in HTML applications. However, if focus is in a universal app, pressing INSERT+Z results in JAWS
announcing that the Virtual Cursor is toggled for UWP (Universal Windows Platform) apps and the UWP virtual cursor is temporarily toggled for the current
UWP app. If you decide you want the UWP Virtual Cursor enabled by default for a particular app, open Settings Center (INSERT+6 on the number row) from
the app and select the Enable Virtual Cursor for Windows Universal Apps check box.
Note: While the Virtual Cursor may greatly improve the experience when using certain universal apps, there will be many of these apps where there is really
no need for the Virtual Cursor. A great example where users will not need to use the Virtual Cursor is the Windows Calculator as it works well using the
default cursor and you can easily navigate using the TAB Key and ARROW keys to find all controls. The Calculator doesn’t have static text like in the Weather
app that you would need to read.
Other Changes
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• When focused in a Teams chat, pressing INSERT+T  now indicates the current status of the other participant along with the window title.
• If focused on a link and you press INSERT+F1  for screen-sensitive help, the link address is displayed at the top of the help window. This enables you
to quickly verify the source of a link in an email message or on a web page if there is concern that it could be a phishing link.
• You can now type text from a braille display into a Microsoft Teams chat using contracted braille input.
• Added a new JAWS Dictionary entry for "QA."
• In Google Docs, resolved an issue where an extra "blank" announcement was heard when reading by word.
• Resolved reported issues that occurred when trying to re-authenticate credentials for an online Microsoft account. After typing the first character,
JAWS exited Forms Mode and you were unable to complete the process with JAWS running.
• Resolved a reported issue where JAWS was not automatically reading the state of check boxes in the Grammar Settings dialog box of the Proofing options
for Word.
• Addressed a reported issue where JAWS was not reading as expected when attempting to search for special characters in Word, such as a manual page break.
 
• If a graphic in a Word document is selected and the document contains multiple graphics, when the TAB  key is used to move through the different graphics,
JAWS now announces the kind of image and its text alignment. Additionally, the type of image is indicated when reading the current line, and reading by
word or character indicates the alignment and dimensions of the image. If you prefer not to hear the alignment and dimensions of graphics, open Quick Settings
( INSERT+V ) and clear the Include Graphical Dimensions  and Include Graphic Alignment Description  check boxes.
• Addressed issues with JAWS sometimes double speaking in Microsoft Office when toggling bold, italics, or underline.
• Resolved reported issues of Volume fluctuating with JAWS and Fusion while navigating Word documents using the Proof Reading Scheme. Moving quickly through
the document with the ARROW  keys was much worse than navigating slowly and letting it finish reading.
• Resolved a PowerPoint issue related to opening a slide show using something referred to as “Browsed by an individual (window)” rather than the expected,
“Presented by Speaker (full screen). Microsoft has now added a change to UIA in PowerPoint versions greater than 16.0.13517 which allows JAWS to read the
slide show in either case.
• When editing Alt text for graphics in PowerPoint using a braille display, resolved a reported issue where cursor routing was not working as expected.
 
• Resolved an issue where the Avoid Speech Cut Off feature stopped working when using the Sound Cards  option in the JAWS Utilities menu to switch to another
sound device.
• For users experiencing issues with JAWS and Fusion not reading as expected in the Windows 10 Start Menu, as well as in Universal apps including Weather
or Calculator, open JAWS Settings Center ( INSERT+6 ), press CTRL+SHIFT+D  to load the Default File, search for "start", and select the Start menu: Access-Out-of-Process
 check box.
• Addressed a reported issue where JAWS language detection on web pages was not working as expected for Mandarin text, even if the page used the correct
language tags and a Mandarin Vocalizer Expressive voice was installed. Note that this change only affects the default Vocalizer Expressive voice profile
for each language. Refer to this
Technical Support Notice
 for details on applying this change to any custom voice profiles.
list end

 

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.


moderated form fillable PDF files

ann
 

HI folks,

I normally use QRead for PDF files. But that is just a reader, and i have a PDF that is form fillable. Using the latest version of Jaws with Windows10, what is the best program to open the form fillable PDF files?

Thanks,
~Ann


moderated Re: Research it

Nermin
 

Hi, Brian,


while I think you're right when it comes to the function being updated, I also think that it is not completely useless. Some people find it daunting to deal with all the different interfaces and just want a uniform way of working with research utilities. The resulting window is quite comvenient and offers all the necessary info condensed into one place.

Generally speaking, if you're tech savvy enough, you should of course use the internet tools that are available out there, since you may come across someone who may not be using JAWS at all.


Regards,

Nermin


moderated Re: versions of ms office.

 

I believe Microsoft has now backed off of Office 2019 being the last free standing installable version.  I seem to remember Joseph Lee posting something about the decision having been made that one more like this will be released, though.  There are also multiple articles about this in the tech press.

A New Version of Microsoft Office Without a Subscription ...

New version of Microsoft Office won't require you to pay ...

Microsoft is releasing a non-subscription Office suite in 2021

--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042  

One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.

           ~ André Gide


moderated Re: versions of ms office.

Shirley Tracy
 

I bought Office 2019 from MS via a phone call. Only it doesn’t include Outlook, which was on your list of what you use. I’m told Office 19 is the last app you can pay upfront with no expiration date on it. They explained that All higher versions have either a monthly fee or a yearly fee. I guess that tells you how long it has been since I purchased my Office 2016.  

 

Shirley Tracy

 

From: Patrick Murphy
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 2:02 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: versions of ms office.

 

Hi to you all,

 

This is probably not for here, but i thought i would ask anyway.

I am at home, so a basic version of office does me fine.

I only use outlook for emails, word for basic documents and excel for basic spreadsheets.

I have been using office 2007, and it does me just fine.

However, as expected, eventually, jaws is having trouble with this because it is so old.

Does anyone know where i could get maybe office 2010 2013 etc?

I don’t need the latest office 365 or anything like that.

I cannot find anywhere on the ms web site that might sell it either, as they just want you to buy the latest.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Regards,

 

Patrick

 

 

Sent from my gmail account.

 

 


moderated Re: Showing the leader in a table of contents

 

On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 01:31 PM, Ann Byrne wrote:
But you don't know.
-
Well, I'd argue that.

If you toggle on a feature for leader, and the feature is toggled on, the leader is there.

It's no different than using a list in word, once you've turned on a list, and I'll use a bulleted list as the example, if I'm told I'm in that list when working I don't need the screen reader to tell me, for every item, what bullet shape is being used after I've initially chosen or set them.  They're just there, and I know they're there because I am using the list feature.

If there were no way of knowing whether a feature had been activated or not, then you have no idea what's there.  But when a feature that has a defined behavior is activated, and you're using it, the whole idea is so that you don't have to double check what it automates - it's just there.  And, again, what you stated at the outset about alignment allows you to infer that it's there, as if it weren't, the page numbers would certainly not align, whether a leader were in use or not.  The table of contents feature reliably handles formatting for the various sections per the settings you've chosen.
 
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moderated Re: Showing the leader in a table of contents

Mike B
 


Hi Robin,
 
You can change your speech and sound scheme on the fly to get formatting.  Press, Jaws key, Alt + S, to open the schemes list.  Note: Take notice of which scheme is highlighted so you can return to it.
up / down arrow to the scheme you want and press enter to switch.  You might have to experiment with the schemes to see which one will do what you want but, you have several choices.  You can even modify the schemes if necessary to get exactly what you want.

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 8:01 AM
Subject: Re: Showing the leader in a table of contents

I see your point Ann, but I can also appreciate that I don’t' want to hear that extra verbiage when arrowing through the contents list. I wonder if there is a toggler of some keystroke that would list the formatting.



-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 7:06 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Showing the leader in a table of contents

Thanks for this.  I really believe that JAWS used to read the leader ... probably in Word 2002.  shows how long it has been since I tried this.
With too little vision to check for dots, I would stinkin' like to be told if they are there.
At 07:45 PM 2/16/2021, you wrote:
>Hi,
>I just did a table of content earlier using that first button on the
>References ribbon.  I picked the first automatic option in the list.  I
>have enough vision to see that the leading periods are there, even
>though JAWS is not reading them.  Here is my speech history as I read
>down a portion of this table of contents:
>
>Table of contents linkend Table of contents Internship Seekers 1 Table
>of contents linkSara Young 1 Table of contents linkLinda  Brandt 1
>Table of contents linkAmanda Thomas 1 Table of contents linkFull-time
>position seekers 2 Table of contents
>
>Not sure if your table of contents is the same formatting, but hoepufly
>this helps. I did nothing to customize it from that first option on the
>Table of Contents creation button.
>
>Robin
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
>Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 4:22 PM
>To: main@jfw.groups.io
>Subject: Showing the leader in a table of contents
>
>WARNING: This email originated externally.
>Exercise caution. Think before clicking links or opening attachments.
>
>
>In word 2016 I have set tab stops for a table of
>contents--6 inches, right aligned, .... as the leader.  When I fill in
>information the titles align correctly, the page numbers align, but
>there are no little dot dot dots between the title and the beautifully
>aligned page number.  Does JAWS just not display the leader?  do I need
>to do something funky with the Word 2016 settings besides selecting the
>leader?
>
>Thx,
>
>Ann
>
>
>
>
>
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moderated Re: Showing the leader in a table of contents

 

That should have been, "something announced," not, "anything."  I can't imagine not wanting to hear anything at all; it kinda defeats the purpose of a screen reader!
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