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moderated Re: keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it

Bill White
 

Hi, Karen. I use INSERT plus F to find the font and point size of a document, and I use CONTROL plus D to enter the font and point size selection fields.

 

Bill White

 

billwhite92701@...

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Karen Reynolds
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2022 11:58 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it

 

HI,

Someone posted the keystrokes to use to have Jaws tell me the font, pages, etc of a document and now I can’t find the message. Can someone plese tell me what they are?

 

Also, I am having trouble getting up into the font dialog box to make changes to things like font, bold, italics, font size, etc. Is there an easy way?

 

Karen

 


moderated Re: keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it

crayton Benner <craybay3198@...>
 

I know the keystroke to check  your font. It’s insert plus the letter F. 

On Apr 11, 2022, at 14:58, Karen Reynolds <karenreynolds2061@...> wrote:

HI,
Someone posted the keystrokes to use to have Jaws tell me the font, pages, etc of a document and now I can’t find the message. Can someone plese tell me what they are?
 
Also, I am having trouble getting up into the font dialog box to make changes to things like font, bold, italics, font size, etc. Is there an easy way?
 
Karen
 


moderated Re: keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it

Curtis Chong
 

Karen:

 

Control d is the keyboard command to take you directly into the Font dialog.

 

Insert with f is the JAWS command to tell you things about font, formatting, etc. If you double tap f, JAWS brings up a results screen which you can navigate using the virtual cursor.

 

Alt with Delete is the JAWS command to tell you where your cursor is located in terms of inches from the left and top edges of the page.

 

I do hope this is useful.

 

Kindly,

 

Curtis Chong

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Karen Reynolds
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2022 12:58 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it

 

HI,

Someone posted the keystrokes to use to have Jaws tell me the font, pages, etc of a document and now I can’t find the message. Can someone plese tell me what they are?

 

Also, I am having trouble getting up into the font dialog box to make changes to things like font, bold, italics, font size, etc. Is there an easy way?

 

Karen

 


moderated keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it

Karen Reynolds
 

HI,

Someone posted the keystrokes to use to have Jaws tell me the font, pages, etc of a document and now I can’t find the message. Can someone plese tell me what they are?

 

Also, I am having trouble getting up into the font dialog box to make changes to things like font, bold, italics, font size, etc. Is there an easy way?

 

Karen

 


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

Bill White
 

Hi, David. In your below steps for creating a shortcut for a website, under step five, you might want to add the following,

By default, nothing is selected in the folder where you will be pressing Alt H W S, to create the shortcut. If, however, anything is selected in the folder, this step will not work until nothing is selected in the folder. Make sure nothing is selected in the folder by pressing Control plus Space, until the screen reader says Not Selected, or until no files or folders are highlighted on the screen

 

Bill White

 

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From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of David Kingsbury
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2022 10:12 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

 

Hi Kimber,

Below is an excerpt from my book which describes a universal way of dealint with bookmarks/favorites, one of the advantages being that you don’t need to relearn all this stuff for each of the browsers you use.

Regards,

David

Here goes: 

I will not go over the processes for creating, accessing and managing bookmarks and favorites in the various browsers. Instead, I will present a single approach for centralizing creation and management of favorites/bookmarks in a single folder. Doing all this in a single folder greatly simplifies and streamlines the whole process of managing them if you use multiple browsers. And even if you use a single browser, the process outlined below is easier to learn and use than doing it in any of the browsers.

First, create a new folder somewhere on your computer. This could be in the Documents folder. However, if you use Dropbox or OneDrive, create it in one of those places because this will back up the folder to the cloud. Second, create a desktop shortcut for this folder (see Chapter 7.8 below on how to do this). This will speed up the process of creating, accessing, and managing your favorites.

Steps for creating a favorite are:

1.     On the web page you want to make a favorite, and in whatever browser you happen to be in at the moment, press Alt D or F6 to navigate to the Address bar where the page’s URL is already highlighted.

2.     Press Control C to copy the URL to the Clipboard.

3.     Open the Favorites folder shortcut that you have created on your desktop.

4.     To add the favorite to one of the subfolders here, navigate to it and press Enter. Skip this step if you do not want to place it in a subfolder.

5.     Press Alt H W S which is the ribbon shortcut key for creating a shortcut (I use “World Series” as my mnemonic for this).

6.     You land in an edit field. Press Control V to paste the URL here, and then press Enter.

7.     Type in the name you want to give the favorite in this second edit field, and press Enter.

Managing favorites in this folder is easy because you use the same keystrokes as when managing files and folders elsewhere on the computer. Relevant keystrokes are:

·       Control Shift N: Create new folder.

·       Enter: Open folder.

·       Backspace: Go back up one folder level (Alt Left arrow and Alt Up arrow will also work).

·       Control C: Copy favorite.

·       Control X: Cut favorite.

·       Control V: Paste favorite.

·       F2: Rename folder or favorite.

·       Delete: Delete favorite or folder.

As in your Documents folder, you can first-letter navigate to folders and individual favorites. You can also select multiple folders and favorites, something that is not possible when you manage them in the other browsers.

Many people who have made the transition away from Internet Explorer to one of the other browsers cite grappling with bookmarks as a big challenge. If you adopt the above approach, you can sidestep these problems.


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

David Kingsbury
 

Hi Kimber,

Below is an excerpt from my book which describes a universal way of dealint with bookmarks/favorites, one of the advantages being that you don’t need to relearn all this stuff for each of the browsers you use.

Regards,

David

Here goes: 

I will not go over the processes for creating, accessing and managing bookmarks and favorites in the various browsers. Instead, I will present a single approach for centralizing creation and management of favorites/bookmarks in a single folder. Doing all this in a single folder greatly simplifies and streamlines the whole process of managing them if you use multiple browsers. And even if you use a single browser, the process outlined below is easier to learn and use than doing it in any of the browsers.

First, create a new folder somewhere on your computer. This could be in the Documents folder. However, if you use Dropbox or OneDrive, create it in one of those places because this will back up the folder to the cloud. Second, create a desktop shortcut for this folder (see Chapter 7.8 below on how to do this). This will speed up the process of creating, accessing, and managing your favorites.

Steps for creating a favorite are:

1.     On the web page you want to make a favorite, and in whatever browser you happen to be in at the moment, press Alt D or F6 to navigate to the Address bar where the page’s URL is already highlighted.

2.     Press Control C to copy the URL to the Clipboard.

3.     Open the Favorites folder shortcut that you have created on your desktop.

4.     To add the favorite to one of the subfolders here, navigate to it and press Enter. Skip this step if you do not want to place it in a subfolder.

5.     Press Alt H W S which is the ribbon shortcut key for creating a shortcut (I use “World Series” as my mnemonic for this).

6.     You land in an edit field. Press Control V to paste the URL here, and then press Enter.

7.     Type in the name you want to give the favorite in this second edit field, and press Enter.

Managing favorites in this folder is easy because you use the same keystrokes as when managing files and folders elsewhere on the computer. Relevant keystrokes are:

·       Control Shift N: Create new folder.

·       Enter: Open folder.

·       Backspace: Go back up one folder level (Alt Left arrow and Alt Up arrow will also work).

·       Control C: Copy favorite.

·       Control X: Cut favorite.

·       Control V: Paste favorite.

·       F2: Rename folder or favorite.

·       Delete: Delete favorite or folder.

As in your Documents folder, you can first-letter navigate to folders and individual favorites. You can also select multiple folders and favorites, something that is not possible when you manage them in the other browsers.

Many people who have made the transition away from Internet Explorer to one of the other browsers cite grappling with bookmarks as a big challenge. If you adopt the above approach, you can sidestep these problems.


moderated Re: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

DJ
 

There are great JAWS scripts written by Doug Lee found on his website www.dlee.org. They’re free and quite worth installing. 


On Apr 11, 2022, at 11:08 AM, Jeremy Johansen <blueengineer@...> wrote:



Teams has become the default communication tool at my company. In the early days of Teams it was bad enough that I had to engage with Microsoft accessibility and Teams PM. For the most part Teams now works pretty well considering how much they packed into it. Here are a few tips and observations in addition to what has been posted already.

- The built-in help for Teams commands is opened by pressing CTRL+slash. This opens a list of commands you can enter on along with their keyboard shortcuts for reference. Alternatively, press CTRL+period to open keyboard shortcuts.

- The JAWS focus gets confused tabbing and shift-tabbing through the message detail and list view, particularly in the chat tab. The easiest way I found to put focus on the chat list is switch to another tab and then back using the CTRL+# shortcuts mentioned previously

- Use CTRL+A CTRL+C to copy a message you have selected to the clipboard,  which you can then paste in a text editor like Word or Note Pad for reference. This is the easiest way to read the full message when it is truncated and open any links in the message.

- When you receive a call on Teams, use CTRL+shift+S to accept the audio call or CTRL+shift+A to accept the video call.

- Toggle mute on and off using CTRL+shift+m.

- Reference the keyboard shortcuts and pages from Microsoft at Accessibility support for Microsoft Teams for articles on Teams accessibility with JAWS.

The longer you use Teams, the more features you will pick up and get comfortable with.

Good luck, Jeremy

On 4/5/2022 10:38 PM, Murray Peat wrote:

Many thanks

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of techsavi.shankar@...
Sent: Wednesday, 6 April 2022 2:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

 

Checkout the freedom scientific tutorials page for more info.

Tip: once opening the teams, press windows up arrow once to maximize the screen.

Use the shortcuts ctrl1, 2, 3, 4 and so on to navigate between the feeds, chats, callender, calls and so on.

Hope it helps!

 

This email I d is used only for list subscriptions.

Thanks and regards.

Shankar.C

For offline comminucations please reach-out  on below shared details.

Mobile/whatsapp: 7795927572.

Email: shankar.c@....

Website: www.tech-accessibility.in.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Suzanne Erb
Sent: 04 April 2022 11:32 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

 

Hello,

I am finding the same thing.  People are using the chat feature as if it were e-mail.  Sometimes, I am able to read a thread, sometimes not.  I am sure I must be doing something wrong.  I am coming from a Mac environment, and am figuring things out as I go along.  While there is an ATp associated with the organization, she readily admits that she does not use JAWS.

I have figured out how to create, reply to and forward e-mails, etc., join a meeting in Teams, if I can find the link, and I remember how to navigate some web pages, based on my knowledge of JAWS from many years ago.

But, Teams is truly a mystery!

Best,

Suzanne

 

 

SUZANNE ERB

DISABILITY NAVIGATOR

PA CareerLink® Philadelphia Suburban Station

1617 JFK BLVD, 2nd FL 
Philadelphia, PA  19103

e: 

Serb@...


 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Murray Peat
Sent: Monday, April 4, 2022 2:47 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

 

Hi people,

Have just started a new work role where I am using Microsoft Teams on a laptop using Jaws22. It seems a bit clunky and I am having trouble finding things and engaging with the chat facility which seems to be used as an organisational equivalent of email. Anyway, just wondered if anyone knows of any resources out there which can be used as a training toolkit.

 

With thanks

Murray

 

 


moderated Re: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

Jeremy Johansen
 

Teams has become the default communication tool at my company. In the early days of Teams it was bad enough that I had to engage with Microsoft accessibility and Teams PM. For the most part Teams now works pretty well considering how much they packed into it. Here are a few tips and observations in addition to what has been posted already.

- The built-in help for Teams commands is opened by pressing CTRL+slash. This opens a list of commands you can enter on along with their keyboard shortcuts for reference. Alternatively, press CTRL+period to open keyboard shortcuts.

- The JAWS focus gets confused tabbing and shift-tabbing through the message detail and list view, particularly in the chat tab. The easiest way I found to put focus on the chat list is switch to another tab and then back using the CTRL+# shortcuts mentioned previously

- Use CTRL+A CTRL+C to copy a message you have selected to the clipboard,  which you can then paste in a text editor like Word or Note Pad for reference. This is the easiest way to read the full message when it is truncated and open any links in the message.

- When you receive a call on Teams, use CTRL+shift+S to accept the audio call or CTRL+shift+A to accept the video call.

- Toggle mute on and off using CTRL+shift+m.

- Reference the keyboard shortcuts and pages from Microsoft at Accessibility support for Microsoft Teams for articles on Teams accessibility with JAWS.

The longer you use Teams, the more features you will pick up and get comfortable with.

Good luck, Jeremy

On 4/5/2022 10:38 PM, Murray Peat wrote:

Many thanks

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of techsavi.shankar@...
Sent: Wednesday, 6 April 2022 2:16 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

 

Checkout the freedom scientific tutorials page for more info.

Tip: once opening the teams, press windows up arrow once to maximize the screen.

Use the shortcuts ctrl1, 2, 3, 4 and so on to navigate between the feeds, chats, callender, calls and so on.

Hope it helps!

 

This email I d is used only for list subscriptions.

Thanks and regards.

Shankar.C

For offline comminucations please reach-out  on below shared details.

Mobile/whatsapp: 7795927572.

Email: shankar.c@....

Website: www.tech-accessibility.in.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Suzanne Erb
Sent: 04 April 2022 11:32 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

 

Hello,

I am finding the same thing.  People are using the chat feature as if it were e-mail.  Sometimes, I am able to read a thread, sometimes not.  I am sure I must be doing something wrong.  I am coming from a Mac environment, and am figuring things out as I go along.  While there is an ATp associated with the organization, she readily admits that she does not use JAWS.

I have figured out how to create, reply to and forward e-mails, etc., join a meeting in Teams, if I can find the link, and I remember how to navigate some web pages, based on my knowledge of JAWS from many years ago.

But, Teams is truly a mystery!

Best,

Suzanne

 

 

SUZANNE ERB

DISABILITY NAVIGATOR

PA CareerLink® Philadelphia Suburban Station

1617 JFK BLVD, 2nd FL 
Philadelphia, PA  19103

e: 

Serb@...


 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Murray Peat
Sent: Monday, April 4, 2022 2:47 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Microsoft Teams and Jaws

 

Hi people,

Have just started a new work role where I am using Microsoft Teams on a laptop using Jaws22. It seems a bit clunky and I am having trouble finding things and engaging with the chat facility which seems to be used as an organisational equivalent of email. Anyway, just wondered if anyone knows of any resources out there which can be used as a training toolkit.

 

With thanks

Murray

 

 


moderated Re: changing how jaws speaks a word

Mark
 

Has anyone heard stories of the text to speech synthesizer company fixing mispronounced words? I realize there's the JAWS dictionary, but I'm talking about going to the source.   One could imagine all sorts of scenarios where correct pronunciation is important and a company wanting to try to improve things.


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

Bill White
 

Hi, Brian. There is no folder in Windows that contains single Favorites as there was in Internet Explorer. What Karen may be thinking of is that, once Edge is set as your default browser, old Shortcut-type favorites will work with Microsoft Edge, but must be made singly and manually through the Windows shortcut process. She also may be thinking of the process in Edge, under "More Settings>Apps>Manage Apps", where a website may be added as an app, and will be added to the Start Menu.

 

Bill White

 

billwhite92701@...

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Sunday, April 10, 2022 2:43 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

 

On Sun, Apr 10, 2022 at 04:31 PM, Karen Reynolds wrote:

I'm using Windows 10 so not sure this is true for 11.

-
Then I would appreciate knowing where you're going, and what you're doing.

Favorites for Edge are handled as they are for all other Chromium based browsers, and they're in a file named Bookmarks (why Microsoft didn't adopt this term inside Edge itself to match all other Chromium based browsers is a mystery).

There is no folder of browser favorites as there once was under Internet Explorer that Edge uses.  Or if there is, I want to know where it is.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If you’re alive, it isn’t.
     ~ Lauren Bacall


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

 

Kim,

You could also consider Exporting your favorites, which places them in an HTML file, and then using MS-Word to edit the result, then try importing the edited result.

If you decide to do this, I would definitely create a separate Edge User Profile for your initial import testing so that you're sure that they're coming in as you expect them to and that it's safe to nuke all of your original favorites in your real Edge profile before doing the import there.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If you’re alive, it isn’t.
     ~ Lauren Bacall


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

 

On Sun, Apr 10, 2022 at 04:31 PM, Karen Reynolds wrote:
I'm using Windows 10 so not sure this is true for 11.
-
Then I would appreciate knowing where you're going, and what you're doing.

Favorites for Edge are handled as they are for all other Chromium based browsers, and they're in a file named Bookmarks (why Microsoft didn't adopt this term inside Edge itself to match all other Chromium based browsers is a mystery).

There is no folder of browser favorites as there once was under Internet Explorer that Edge uses.  Or if there is, I want to know where it is.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If you’re alive, it isn’t.
     ~ Lauren Bacall


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

Karen Reynolds
 

Hi Kim,
There is a folder, sometimes there is a shortcut on your desktop. You might have to do a search for it on your computer. It has your name on it, or the name of the person the account belongs to on the computer. Go into that folder and there is a folder of your favorites. You can move them around, delete them, edit them, etc.

I'm using Windows 10 so not sure this is true for 11.

Karen

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kimber Gardner
Sent: Sunday, April 10, 2022 2:36 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

Thanks Brian. That did help, but my favorites are still a complete mess. I have all these subfolders that say imported from IE, imported from firefox etc. I can't see how to get rid of the folders I don't want or to move the favorites from subfolders into the main folder. I feel like it would almost be easier to delete every single favorite and start over because the way my favorites are now they are pretty much useless.

I see from googling that I'm not alone in my frustration so I'll keep plugging away. Thanks again for the help.

Kim

On 4/10/22, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:
Paste the following in to your Edge address bar: edge://favorites/

The result is something very similar to file explorer, but it's a
favorites explorer, and you can choose to delete whole folders or
individual favorites in existing folders depending on what you have
currently displaying over in the items view side based on what's
selected on the tree view side. Each item in the items view has a delete button associated with it.

It is literally easier to open this and start exploring to find these
bits and play around with it than trying to give any step by step
instructions based upon some abstract set of favorites.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044

*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.
If you’re alive, it isn’t.
* ~ Lauren Bacall






--
Kimberly


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

Kimber Gardner
 

Thanks Brian. That did help, but my favorites are still a complete
mess. I have all these subfolders that say imported from IE, imported
from firefox etc. I can't see how to get rid of the folders I don't
want or to move the favorites from subfolders into the main folder. I
feel like it would almost be easier to delete every single favorite
and start over because the way my favorites are now they are pretty
much useless.

I see from googling that I'm not alone in my frustration so I'll keep
plugging away. Thanks again for the help.

Kim

On 4/10/22, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:
Paste the following in to your Edge address bar: edge://favorites/

The result is something very similar to file explorer, but it's a favorites
explorer, and you can choose to delete whole folders or individual favorites
in existing folders depending on what you have currently displaying over in
the items view side based on what's selected on the tree view side. Each
item in the items view has a delete button associated with it.

It is literally easier to open this and start exploring to find these bits
and play around with it than trying to give any step by step instructions
based upon some abstract set of favorites.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044

*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete. If
you’re alive, it isn’t.
* ~ Lauren Bacall





--
Kimberly


moderated Re: Philip's Large White Cursor

 

Given that Windows 11 is really just "the next feature update of Windows 10" with a tarting-up of the user interface it's unlikely to change in its ability to function if it was fine under Windows 10.

The transition from Windows 10 to Windows 11 is much more akin to the transition between WIndows 8 and 8.1 than a major OS update.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If you’re alive, it isn’t.
     ~ Lauren Bacall


moderated Re: How to delete favorites in the edge browser

 

Paste the following in to your Edge address bar:  edge://favorites/

The result is something very similar to file explorer, but it's a favorites explorer, and you can choose to delete whole folders or individual favorites in existing folders depending on what you have currently displaying over in the items view side based on what's selected on the tree view side.  Each item in the items view has a delete button associated with it.

It is literally easier to open this and start exploring to find these bits and play around with it than trying to give any step by step instructions based upon some abstract set of favorites.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If you’re alive, it isn’t.
     ~ Lauren Bacall


moderated How to delete favorites in the edge browser

Kimber Gardner
 

Hello,

In the olden times of internet explorer I used to delete unwanted
favorites by accessing the folder in windows explorer, moving down the
list and pressing the delete key. Now that I'm using Edge that no
longer seems to be an option. Although I located the folder where the
bookmarks are supposed to live, I can't seem to open it.

Is there a better, i.e. simpler way to delete favorites I no longer
use? My favorites have become cluttered and often more trouble than
they are worth. So hoping someone can help. When I googled this
question all the instructions read like click on this, click on that
which was not at all helpful.

Any help is appreciated.

Kim

--
Kimberly


moderated Philip's Large White Cursor

Mark Arnold ABG
 

List,

 

For years I have used this program to enlarge the standard size of the cursor.  It worked well with Windows 10.  Before I install it on my Windows 11 machines, does anyone know of any issues regarding this program?

 

Thanks in advance,

Mark

 


moderated Re: Accessible website hosts

Steve Nutt
 

Hi,

I'm confused. This Email is from John Cooper, but signed by Ian.

Anyway, if you care to contact me off list, I am a UK web host and can do as
little or as much as you like. We have packages just for hosting, or for
complete web management, where we can upload images etc for you.

All the best

Steve

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-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of John cooper
Sent: 09 April 2022 22:57
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Accessible website hosts

Hi group,

First time asking a question, so please be kind?

Have been asked to set up a web site for a local charity and I'm wondering
if anyone knows of host providers that are accessible to JAWS? Running
latest Jaws and windows 365. Any help would be great. I'm based in the UK,
but if hosts are better set up in any other country, I can put this to the
board.

Warmest regards

Ian


moderated Re: changing how jaws speaks a word

Steve Nutt
 

Wow I love the TripleTalk synth, I wish I could still get one.

All the best

Steve

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-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike Pietruk
Sent: 09 April 2022 21:38
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: changing how jaws speaks a word

Steve

Thanks for backing my point that there are numerous synthesizers that JAWS
can use.
And, I have a whole bunch of them on both a desktop and laptop including a
TripleTalk USB external.

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