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moderated Website Problems

Mark Arnold ABG
 

Hello List,

 

I am reasonably skilled in using JFW but I am at a loss in figuring out how to access content on my local newspaper site.  Can any of the mor advanced JFW users make any suggestions?  I should add that I am using Jaws with the latest edition of both JFW and Chrome.

https://wadsworthpost-oh.newsmemory.com/

 

Thanks in advance,

Mark

 


moderated Re: MS Outlook 365 question

ssbbc58@...
 

My sincere apology, I thought I was replying to another list.

For this bad behaviour, I will unsubscribe.

Again, my sincere apologies.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of ssbbc58 via groups.io
Sent: August 20, 2021 9:39 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: MS Outlook 365 question

They still download, but I think by default only the last 7 days sync to your computer. You can go into your account under File > Info and click on change account settings and you can then drag the slider all the way to 11, it's a bit confusing unless you check with the virtual cursor, but if you drag it right to 11 it basically means it will download everything.

Also, check that Save to this computer is checked.

As answered on another list.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf of Tom Cramer
Sent: August 19, 2021 6:04 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: MS Outlook 365 question

Hello,
I'm sure this is probably the wrong place to ask, since this list is mainly for JAWS things.
When I used Outlook in the past, I had it set up to where the messages would download directly to my computer and I could save them or read them offline.
Ever since I needed to go to Microsoft Office 365, that isn't happening. I guess the messages stay on the server and are available to me whenever I use Outlook 365 online, but they don't download to my computer like before.
Is this new, and is there a way to go back to the old way?
Sorry for asking so much. I'm just trying to get used to the transition.
Tom


moderated Re: Jeff Lukacsena: got my Windows 10 fixed

Kenny Peyattt jr.
 

That’s awesome. Sounds like you listen to a lot of podcasts.

Kind regards, Kenny Peyatt jr.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jeff Lukacsena
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2021 11:56 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Jeff Lukacsena: got my Windows 10 fixed

 

Hello List,

Thanks for all of the suggestions on fixing my Windows 10 to be able to run Windows Update.

I called the Microsoft Disability help line. They were excellent. It took about a hour and a half to get the issue fixed. They ran several security checks and they found that several of the updates had corrupted files.

In the end they had me reinstall Windows 10. Then the Windows Updates were able to run and install correctly.

Everything is good, except I need to purchase a bigger external drive to save all of my podcasts.

I have a 4 Terabyte full, a 3 terabit full, plus to half terabites full.

Thanks,

Jeff Lukacsena

 


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

Artur Räpp
 

Hi,

 

If you are using JAWS then you can

Route JAWS to PC and then right click.

 

HTH

Artur

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of James Benstead
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2021 4:09 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

 

Correction! It turns out that the Application key *does* bring up the jump list. My keyboard doesn't have an Application Key, so I was using SHIFT + F10, which *doesn't* bring up the jump list: it turns out that the Application key and SHIFT + F10 are actually subtly different keystrokes.

 

So, to rephrase my question: how might I access the jump list when I don't have access to an Application key?

--

Jim Benstead

Assistive technology trainer and consultant

 

 

On Fri, 20 Aug 2021 at 12:49, James Benstead <james.benstead@...> wrote:

The keystroke WINDOWS + T takes me to the taskbar, and I can then navigate through the various icons in the taskbar using the TAB and arrow keys.

 

If I'm using the mouse, I can right-click on icons in the taskbar to bring up what Microsoft calls a "jump list" that shows (amongst other things) files that I've recently opened in a given application.

 

However, if I use the Application Key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right click I don't get the jump list; instead I get an old fashioned looking context menu.

 

How can I access the jump list for a given icon in the taskbar using the keyboard? I know I can use WINDOWS + ALT + n to access the jump list for the icon in the nth position, but what do I do if I've already moved to some icon using WINDOWS + T and the arrow keys?


--

Jim Benstead

Assistive technology trainer and consultant


moderated Re: MS Outlook 365 question

ssbbc58@...
 

They still download, but I think by default only the last 7 days sync to your computer. You can go into your account under File > Info and click on change account settings and you can then drag the slider all the way to 11, it's a bit confusing unless you check with the virtual cursor, but if you drag it right to 11 it basically means it will download everything.

Also, check that Save to this computer is checked.

As answered on another list.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf of Tom Cramer
Sent: August 19, 2021 6:04 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: MS Outlook 365 question

Hello,
I'm sure this is probably the wrong place to ask, since this list is mainly for JAWS things.
When I used Outlook in the past, I had it set up to where the messages would download directly to my computer and I could save them or read them offline.
Ever since I needed to go to Microsoft Office 365, that isn't happening. I guess the messages stay on the server and are available to me whenever I use Outlook 365 online, but they don't download to my computer like before.
Is this new, and is there a way to go back to the old way?
Sorry for asking so much. I'm just trying to get used to the transition.
Tom


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

Mike B.
 


The context menu opened with the applications key and the Shift + context menu or Shift + F10 context menues are 2 diffeerent context menues.  The Shift + F10 or Shift + applications key context menu is called the, Extended context menu, explained below.
 

https://www.askvg.com/tip-customize-hidden-extended-send-to-menu-in-windows-add-or-remove-shortcuts/
 
[Tip] Customize Hidden “Extended Send To” Menu in Windows, Add or Remove Shortcuts
 
When Windows Vista was released, Microsoft added a new feature to the OS which is called "Extended Context Menu". Context menu is the menu which is shown
when you right-click on an item and extended context menu is an advanced form of it. Extended context menu can be accessed by press and hold SHIFT key
and then right-click on an item.
 
Extended context menu adds a few extra options to normal context menu which are only shown when you press and hold Shift key while right-clicking otherwise
you'll get normal context menu.
 
You can check these extended context menus anywhere in Windows such as Desktop, Windows Explorer, etc. Just press and hold Shift key and right-click and
you'll see some new options in the context menu such as open command prompt here, copy as path, etc.
 
Extended context menu feature is not only present in Windows Vista but also present in all Windows OS which were released after Windows Vista such as Windows
7 and Windows 8.
 
The same extended context menu concept applies to good old "
Send To"
menu. Almost all Windows users use "Send To" feature, its one of the most useful and widely used feature of Windows OS. It allows you to quickly copy files,
folder, etc to other places such as Bluetooth device, Desktop, DVD drive, etc.
 
When you right-click on an item and select "Send To" menu, it shows the following items by default:
 
list of 7 items
• Bluetooth device
• Compressed (zipped) folder
• Desktop (create shortcut)
• Documents
• Fax recipient
• Mail recipient
• DVD Drive
list end
 
Number of items might be different for different systems.
 
Have you ever tried to access "Extended Send To" menu in Windows? Press and hold SHIFT key and then right-click on an item and select "Send To" menu. Now
you'll get many other shortcuts present in the menu as shown in following screenshot:
 
As you can see in the above screenshot, there are several extra shortcuts present in "Extended Send To" menu such as Contacts, Downloads, Favorites, Searches,
etc.
 
The normal "Send To" menu can be customized by opening "SendTo" folder and there you can add or remove desired shortcuts.
 
To access "SendTo" folder, type shell:sendto in RUN dialog box or Explorer addressbar and press Enter. It'll open "SendTo" folder:
 
You can see in the above image, all default shortcuts which are shown in "Send To" menu are present in "SendTo" folder. You can delete an item to immediately
remove it from "Send To" menu or you can copy any desired shortcut in the folder to add it in "Send To" menu.
 
Now the question comes how to customize "Extended Send To" menu? Recently an AskVG reader "J.R. Rickman" asked us about customizing "Extended Send To"
menu:
 
I have tried for sometime now to edit my "Send to Extended menu", this is the one you would use: "Shift + Send to" from the Context Menu. I have tried
a great number of third party tools and none have given me the ability to edit any of the options that show up in the "Extended-Send to menu." I have also
used the "Shell: Send to" command which only shows the listing for the standard Send to list (not the Extended list). So of course, I know there is a way
to accomplish the editing process, but I am not sure if it is in the Registry or in a file that I cannot find. At any rate, if you have a fix this problem,
I would certainly be interested.
 
Actually this "Extended Send To" menu doesn't store its shortcuts in Windows Registry. Customizing the menu is very easy if you know the process.
 
Today in this tutorial, we are going to tell you a simple way to customize "Extended Send To" menu in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. With the
help of this tutorial, you'll be able to add new shortcuts to "Extended Send To" menu as well as remove existing shortcuts from "Extended Send To" menu.
The beauty of this trick is the newly added shortcuts will only appear if you press and hold SHIFT key while right-clicking on an item otherwise the shortcuts
will not appear. So it'll not increase the size of "Send To" menu.
 
So without wasting time lets start the tutorial:
 
1. "Extended Send To" menu shows the extra shortcuts which are taken right from your User Profile folder. All shortcuts which are present in your user
folder are shown in "Extended Send To" menu. Can't believe? Here is the proof:
 
Type %userprofile% or . (yes, a single dot) in RUN dialog box and press Enter. It'll open your user profile folder which will contain following items:
 
As you can see in the above screenshot, all shortcuts which are present in the user profile folder are visible in "Extended Send To" menu shown in image
 
2. If you want to add a new item to "Extended Send To" menu, simply create a shortcut of it in your user profile folder. For example, we have created a
new folder "Personal Stuff" in our user profile folder:
 
And it immediately gets added to "Extended Send To" menu as shown in following screenshot:
 
3. If you want to remove a shortcut from "Extended Send To" menu, simply delete it from your user profile folder. For example, we are deleting 3 shortcuts
from user profile folder: Contacts, Downloads and Saved Games:
 
And Windows immediately removes the shortcuts from "Extended Send To" menu as shown in following screenshot:
 
PS: Make sure to take a backup of the folder before deleting it so that you can restore it later or can access your data.
 
So you can see customizing "Extended Send To" menu is very easy task. You can add any desired shortcut or remove any unwanted shortcut from the menu without
editing Registry or any system file.
 
Did you already know about "Extended Send To" menu? Do you use it regularly? Feel free to share your feedback in your comment...
 
 
Stay safe & take care.  Mike.
Just once, I want a username and password prompt to say:  "Close Enough!"
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2021 6:37 AM
Subject: Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

Hi Jim,

 

You’re correct in stating that the Application Key (or Context Menu Key) is subtly different to SHIFT+F10 but there isn’t a keyboard shortcut for it, at least not as far as I know. It’s strange because they have one for the Windows Key (CTRL+ESC). Microsoft say the Application Key isn’t realy used much these days (I use mine all day, every day), and have threatened to remove it!

 

Paul

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of James Benstead
Sent: 20 August 2021 14:09
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

 

Correction! It turns out that the Application key *does* bring up the jump list. My keyboard doesn't have an Application Key, so I was using SHIFT + F10, which *doesn't* bring up the jump list: it turns out that the Application key and SHIFT + F10 are actually subtly different keystrokes.

 

So, to rephrase my question: how might I access the jump list when I don't have access to an Application key?

--

Jim Benstead

Assistive technology trainer and consultant

 

 

On Fri, 20 Aug 2021 at 12:49, James Benstead <james.benstead@...> wrote:

The keystroke WINDOWS + T takes me to the taskbar, and I can then navigate through the various icons in the taskbar using the TAB and arrow keys.

 

If I'm using the mouse, I can right-click on icons in the taskbar to bring up what Microsoft calls a "jump list" that shows (amongst other things) files that I've recently opened in a given application.

 

However, if I use the Application Key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right click I don't get the jump list; instead I get an old fashioned looking context menu.

 

How can I access the jump list for a given icon in the taskbar using the keyboard? I know I can use WINDOWS + ALT + n to access the jump list for the icon in the nth position, but what do I do if I've already moved to some icon using WINDOWS + T and the arrow keys?


--

Jim Benstead

Assistive technology trainer and consultant


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...>
 

Even if you are already on the icon in the taskbar, you can still press Windows Key + Alt + whatever number on the number row is your application or you can route Jaws to PC and then do a right click.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of James Benstead
Sent: August 20, 2021 4:50 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

 

The keystroke WINDOWS + T takes me to the taskbar, and I can then navigate through the various icons in the taskbar using the TAB and arrow keys.

 

If I'm using the mouse, I can right-click on icons in the taskbar to bring up what Microsoft calls a "jump list" that shows (amongst other things) files that I've recently opened in a given application.

 

However, if I use the Application Key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right click I don't get the jump list; instead I get an old fashioned looking context menu.

 

How can I access the jump list for a given icon in the taskbar using the keyboard? I know I can use WINDOWS + ALT + n to access the jump list for the icon in the nth position, but what do I do if I've already moved to some icon using WINDOWS + T and the arrow keys?


--

Jim Benstead

Assistive technology trainer and consultant


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

 

On Fri, Aug 20, 2021 at 10:04 AM, NFB Lab 4 wrote:
Try using the shift F 10 command it may give you a different list
-
The very post you replied to states that Shift + F10 was tried and doesn't work, which others have confirmed.

This is one of those rare cases where it's not equivalent to either right click or to the applications/menu key.
 
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043  

It is the function of creative men to perceive the relations between thoughts, or things, or forms of expression that may seem utterly different, and to be able to combine them into some new forms--the power to connect the seemingly unconnected.

    ~ William Plomer


moderated Jeff Lukacsena: got my Windows 10 fixed

Jeff Lukacsena
 

Hello List,

Thanks for all of the suggestions on fixing my Windows 10 to be able to run Windows Update.

I called the Microsoft Disability help line. They were excellent. It took about a hour and a half to get the issue fixed. They ran several security checks and they found that several of the updates had corrupted files.

In the end they had me reinstall Windows 10. Then the Windows Updates were able to run and install correctly.

Everything is good, except I need to purchase a bigger external drive to save all of my podcasts.

I have a 4 Terabyte full, a 3 terabit full, plus to half terabites full.

Thanks,

Jeff Lukacsena

 


moderated Re: MS Outlook 365 question

Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...>
 

The way OneDrive saves to your PC or "on demand" has nothing to do with Outlook. There is still a local Outlook data file on your PC but as I said, how much is synced to that file depends on your settings.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Life in Six Dots
Sent: August 20, 2021 5:35 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: MS Outlook 365 question

Hi Tom,

I have Office 365 installed on five computers with my emails setup as IMAP and I can read them offline. One thing I have noticed when installing Office on a machine Microsoft likes to setup OneDrive as my storage. I have to ensure that Save to this PC is checked. It might be worth looking to see where your files are being saved assuming you have installed Office 365 on your machine and you're not using the cloud version.

Paul

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Tom Cramer
Sent: 20 August 2021 02:04
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: MS Outlook 365 question

Hello,
I'm sure this is probably the wrong place to ask, since this list is mainly for JAWS things.
When I used Outlook in the past, I had it set up to where the messages would download directly to my computer and I could save them or read them offline.
Ever since I needed to go to Microsoft Office 365, that isn't happening. I guess the messages stay on the server and are available to me whenever I use Outlook 365 online, but they don't download to my computer like before.
Is this new, and is there a way to go back to the old way?
Sorry for asking so much. I'm just trying to get used to the transition.
Tom


moderated Re: MS Outlook 365 question

Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...>
 

They still download, but I think by default only the last 7 days sync to your computer. You can go into your account under File > Info and click on change account settings and you can then drag the slider all the way to 11, it's a bit confusing unless you check with the virtual cursor, but if you drag it right to 11 it basically means it will download everything.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Tom Cramer
Sent: August 19, 2021 6:04 PM
Subject: MS Outlook 365 question

Hello,
I'm sure this is probably the wrong place to ask, since this list is mainly for JAWS things.
When I used Outlook in the past, I had it set up to where the messages would download directly to my computer and I could save them or read them offline.
Ever since I needed to go to Microsoft Office 365, that isn't happening. I guess the messages stay on the server and are available to me whenever I use Outlook 365 online, but they don't download to my computer like before.
Is this new, and is there a way to go back to the old way?
Sorry for asking so much. I'm just trying to get used to the transition.
Tom


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

NFB Lab 4
 

Try using the shift F 10 command it may give you a different list


On Aug 20, 2021, at 9:09 AM, James Benstead <james.benstead@...> wrote:


Correction! It turns out that the Application key *does* bring up the jump list. My keyboard doesn't have an Application Key, so I was using SHIFT + F10, which *doesn't* bring up the jump list: it turns out that the Application key and SHIFT + F10 are actually subtly different keystrokes.

So, to rephrase my question: how might I access the jump list when I don't have access to an Application key?
--
Jim Benstead
Assistive technology trainer and consultant


On Fri, 20 Aug 2021 at 12:49, James Benstead <james.benstead@...> wrote:
The keystroke WINDOWS + T takes me to the taskbar, and I can then navigate through the various icons in the taskbar using the TAB and arrow keys.

If I'm using the mouse, I can right-click on icons in the taskbar to bring up what Microsoft calls a "jump list" that shows (amongst other things) files that I've recently opened in a given application.

However, if I use the Application Key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right click I don't get the jump list; instead I get an old fashioned looking context menu.

How can I access the jump list for a given icon in the taskbar using the keyboard? I know I can use WINDOWS + ALT + n to access the jump list for the icon in the nth position, but what do I do if I've already moved to some icon using WINDOWS + T and the arrow keys?

--
Jim Benstead
Assistive technology trainer and consultant


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

 

This is another case where a "prepared mouse" or masked trackpad that gives you access to actual left and right click functions without mouse movement is the only solution I know of to accomplish precisely what's asked for.

Another option is having your most commonly used programs pinned to the Start menu and/or desktop and getting to the jump lists there instead.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043  

It is the function of creative men to perceive the relations between thoughts, or things, or forms of expression that may seem utterly different, and to be able to combine them into some new forms--the power to connect the seemingly unconnected.

    ~ William Plomer


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

Life in Six Dots
 

Hi Jim,

 

You’re correct in stating that the Application Key (or Context Menu Key) is subtly different to SHIFT+F10 but there isn’t a keyboard shortcut for it, at least not as far as I know. It’s strange because they have one for the Windows Key (CTRL+ESC). Microsoft say the Application Key isn’t realy used much these days (I use mine all day, every day), and have threatened to remove it!

 

Paul

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of James Benstead
Sent: 20 August 2021 14:09
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

 

Correction! It turns out that the Application key *does* bring up the jump list. My keyboard doesn't have an Application Key, so I was using SHIFT + F10, which *doesn't* bring up the jump list: it turns out that the Application key and SHIFT + F10 are actually subtly different keystrokes.

 

So, to rephrase my question: how might I access the jump list when I don't have access to an Application key?

--

Jim Benstead

Assistive technology trainer and consultant

 

 

On Fri, 20 Aug 2021 at 12:49, James Benstead <james.benstead@...> wrote:

The keystroke WINDOWS + T takes me to the taskbar, and I can then navigate through the various icons in the taskbar using the TAB and arrow keys.

 

If I'm using the mouse, I can right-click on icons in the taskbar to bring up what Microsoft calls a "jump list" that shows (amongst other things) files that I've recently opened in a given application.

 

However, if I use the Application Key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right click I don't get the jump list; instead I get an old fashioned looking context menu.

 

How can I access the jump list for a given icon in the taskbar using the keyboard? I know I can use WINDOWS + ALT + n to access the jump list for the icon in the nth position, but what do I do if I've already moved to some icon using WINDOWS + T and the arrow keys?


--

Jim Benstead

Assistive technology trainer and consultant


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

James Benstead
 

Correction! It turns out that the Application key *does* bring up the jump list. My keyboard doesn't have an Application Key, so I was using SHIFT + F10, which *doesn't* bring up the jump list: it turns out that the Application key and SHIFT + F10 are actually subtly different keystrokes.

So, to rephrase my question: how might I access the jump list when I don't have access to an Application key?
--
Jim Benstead
Assistive technology trainer and consultant


On Fri, 20 Aug 2021 at 12:49, James Benstead <james.benstead@...> wrote:
The keystroke WINDOWS + T takes me to the taskbar, and I can then navigate through the various icons in the taskbar using the TAB and arrow keys.

If I'm using the mouse, I can right-click on icons in the taskbar to bring up what Microsoft calls a "jump list" that shows (amongst other things) files that I've recently opened in a given application.

However, if I use the Application Key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right click I don't get the jump list; instead I get an old fashioned looking context menu.

How can I access the jump list for a given icon in the taskbar using the keyboard? I know I can use WINDOWS + ALT + n to access the jump list for the icon in the nth position, but what do I do if I've already moved to some icon using WINDOWS + T and the arrow keys?

--
Jim Benstead
Assistive technology trainer and consultant


moderated Re: MS Outlook 365 question

Life in Six Dots
 

Hi Tom,

I have Office 365 installed on five computers with my emails setup as IMAP and I can read them offline. One thing I have noticed when installing Office on a machine Microsoft likes to setup OneDrive as my storage. I have to ensure that Save to this PC is checked. It might be worth looking to see where your files are being saved assuming you have installed Office 365 on your machine and you're not using the cloud version.

Paul

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Tom Cramer
Sent: 20 August 2021 02:04
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: MS Outlook 365 question

Hello,
I'm sure this is probably the wrong place to ask, since this list is
mainly for JAWS things.
When I used Outlook in the past, I had it set up to where the messages
would download directly to my computer and I could save them or read
them offline.
Ever since I needed to go to Microsoft Office 365, that isn't
happening. I guess the messages stay on the server and are available
to me whenever I use Outlook 365 online, but they don't download to my
computer like before.
Is this new, and is there a way to go back to the old way?
Sorry for asking so much. I'm just trying to get used to the transition.
Tom


moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

Cohn, Jonathan
 

Hello, we tried I use control tab to get to the Junk list I think followed by tab but possibly Fall Out Boy radio. Hope that lets you figure it out.
Jonathan


moderated Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar

James Benstead
 

The keystroke WINDOWS + T takes me to the taskbar, and I can then navigate through the various icons in the taskbar using the TAB and arrow keys.

If I'm using the mouse, I can right-click on icons in the taskbar to bring up what Microsoft calls a "jump list" that shows (amongst other things) files that I've recently opened in a given application.

However, if I use the Application Key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right click I don't get the jump list; instead I get an old fashioned looking context menu.

How can I access the jump list for a given icon in the taskbar using the keyboard? I know I can use WINDOWS + ALT + n to access the jump list for the icon in the nth position, but what do I do if I've already moved to some icon using WINDOWS + T and the arrow keys?

--
Jim Benstead
Assistive technology trainer and consultant


moderated Re: MS Outlook 365 question

Richard Turner <richardturner42@...>
 

Are you using the online version or did you download the program and install it locally?
For me, it is set up as iMap so that the messages stay on the server until I delete them and empty the trash; but they are present locally on my machine to save, or whatever?
Probably you should call Microsoft accessibility if you are not sure about your setup: 800-936-5900
HTH,



Richard 
"Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people." -- Eleanor Roosevelt

www.turner42.com


On Aug 20, 2021, at 2:46 AM, Tom Cramer <tom.cramer1@...> wrote:

Hello,
I'm sure this is probably the wrong place to ask, since this list is
mainly for JAWS things.
When I used Outlook in the past, I had it set up to where the messages
would download directly to my computer and I could save them or read
them offline.
Ever since I needed to go to Microsoft Office 365, that isn't
happening. I guess the messages stay on the server and are available
to me whenever I use Outlook 365 online, but they don't download to my
computer like before.
Is this new, and is there a way to go back to the old way?
Sorry for asking so much. I'm just trying to get used to the transition.
Tom






moderated MS Outlook 365 question

Tom Cramer
 

Hello,
I'm sure this is probably the wrong place to ask, since this list is
mainly for JAWS things.
When I used Outlook in the past, I had it set up to where the messages
would download directly to my computer and I could save them or read
them offline.
Ever since I needed to go to Microsoft Office 365, that isn't
happening. I guess the messages stay on the server and are available
to me whenever I use Outlook 365 online, but they don't download to my
computer like before.
Is this new, and is there a way to go back to the old way?
Sorry for asking so much. I'm just trying to get used to the transition.
Tom

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