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toggle between jaws readings

Kevin Lee <kleeva5@...>
 

is there a jaws key stroke to toggle the reading contents of jaws?
such as the virtual pc cursor, the jaws cursor etc... I’m using jaws 11;.0.1476 on windows 7 and I currently have jaws set to read all content and it does not read all content
email is golden!
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Re: Adobe Reader XI is available

Adrian Spratt
 

Bill,

I've been using Adobe Reader XI for less than two weeks, so far without a
hitch. Mike B posted the following, in case it helps:

Mike B. I have had a problem reading PDF files with Jaws ever since I
updated to Adobe XI. Well, I went into preferences & made the changes below
& finally, Adobe is working again! For those who have had the same problem,
give these setting changes a try to see if they help.
On the Security Enhanced tab, I unchecked the options below.
Enable Protected Mode at startup, I unchecked this box.
Enable Enhanced Security, I unchecked this box.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 2:16 PM
To: jfw mailing list
Subject: Adobe Reader XI is available

I just received an update notice from Adobe saying:

Adobe Reader XI is available

Is Adobe Reader XI JAWS 11 friendly, or should I stay with Adobe Reader IX?

Thank you.
Bill White billwhite92701@...


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Adobe Reader XI is available

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

I just received an update notice from Adobe saying:

Adobe Reader XI is available

Is Adobe Reader XI JAWS 11 friendly, or should I stay with Adobe Reader IX?

Thank you.
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Re: Using Winamp and Jaws

Roger Khouri <roger@...>
 

Hi,

I'm using Jaws 12. Nonetheless, I tried your suggestion of deleting the
winamp.tmf file. Yet, I still got a message that said an error has
occured while trying to write to the time mark file. If I open the time
marker file in wordpad, I can see that not all the info is present in it.
For example, for a valid time marker to be noted, it has two lines of
info. First, the line would start with t1= and then the actual time. The
second line would start with m1= and the label of the time marker. In my
file, some of the entries are missing the second line, even though I
labeled the time marker when I created it in winamp. I also tried to leave
it blank and not put a label. I still got the same issue.

If any have other suggestions, please let me know. thanks.

Thanks in advance.
God bless,
Roger Khouri

assuming your using jaws 14... go to your jaws settings enu folder. delete
the winamp.tmf file and close enu. now open winamp and try it again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Roger Khouri" <roger@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 11:40 AM
Subject: Re: Using Winamp and Jaws


Hi,

I'm using Windows XP. Any other ideas? Thanks.

Thanks in advance.
God bless,
Roger Khouri

If you are using Windows Vista, or 7, you might have to run winamp as
administrator.

Will


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From: "Roger Khouri" <roger@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 3:55 PM
To: <jfw@...>
Subject: Using Winamp and Jaws

Hi,

Does anyone use the time markers in Winamp along with Jaws?

I am getting an error message when trying to set or delete time
markers.
It tells me that it can't write to the time marker file. I've checked
the
file's settings and its not set to Read Only. I am also using Classic
skings in Winamp. Lastly, I've uninstalled and re-installed Winamp,
along
with the scripts and that too has not resolved the issue.

If anyone has suggestions, I would appreciate it. thanks.


Thanks in Advance. God bless, Roger Khouri


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Re: Using Winamp and Jaws

dennis
 

assuming your using jaws 14... go to your jaws settings enu folder. delete the winamp.tmf file and close enu. now open winamp and try it again.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Roger Khouri" <roger@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 11:40 AM
Subject: Re: Using Winamp and Jaws


Hi,

I'm using Windows XP. Any other ideas? Thanks.

Thanks in advance.
God bless,
Roger Khouri

If you are using Windows Vista, or 7, you might have to run winamp as
administrator.

Will


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From: "Roger Khouri" <roger@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 3:55 PM
To: <jfw@...>
Subject: Using Winamp and Jaws

Hi,

Does anyone use the time markers in Winamp along with Jaws?

I am getting an error message when trying to set or delete time markers.
It tells me that it can't write to the time marker file. I've checked
the
file's settings and its not set to Read Only. I am also using Classic
skings in Winamp. Lastly, I've uninstalled and re-installed Winamp,
along
with the scripts and that too has not resolved the issue.

If anyone has suggestions, I would appreciate it. thanks.


Thanks in Advance. God bless, Roger Khouri


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Re: Using Winamp and Jaws

Roger Khouri <roger@...>
 

Hi,

I'm using Windows XP. Any other ideas? Thanks.

Thanks in advance.
God bless,
Roger Khouri

If you are using Windows Vista, or 7, you might have to run winamp as
administrator.

Will


--------------------------------------------------
From: "Roger Khouri" <roger@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 3:55 PM
To: <jfw@...>
Subject: Using Winamp and Jaws

Hi,

Does anyone use the time markers in Winamp along with Jaws?

I am getting an error message when trying to set or delete time markers.
It tells me that it can't write to the time marker file. I've checked
the
file's settings and its not set to Read Only. I am also using Classic
skings in Winamp. Lastly, I've uninstalled and re-installed Winamp,
along
with the scripts and that too has not resolved the issue.

If anyone has suggestions, I would appreciate it. thanks.


Thanks in Advance. God bless, Roger Khouri


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Re: Alt-tab appears random in Win7

Adrian Spratt
 

I hope I'm not misreading this part of your post, but once you reach the
taskbar with Win key-t, you can right and left arrow between the items.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Robert Logue
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 11:11 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Alt-tab appears random in Win7

I also find the alt tab order in Windows 7 unpredictable.

Using windows key plus numbers helps I only wish they had numbered
items on the task bar.

They took away windows key tab and replaced it with Windows key t. It's
all a lot more difficult than in XP.
When you close something from the task bar, focus doesn't land on the
task bar either.

Bob



On 2/8/2013 8:51 AM, Adrian Spratt wrote:
With XP, I could predict in which application a press of alt-tab would
land
me. In essence, it was wherever I'd last been.



I'm finding in Win7 that there's no pattern. I could land in the previous
application or just about any other open window, including the desktop.

Similarly, if I go to the system tray and escape out of it, often as not I
end up in an application that is different from the one I was working in.



Has anyone else done a better job of detecting patterns? Is there, by any
chance, a solution?

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Re: Alt-tab appears random in Win7

Robert Logue <bobcat11@...>
 

I wonder if this is related to the Theme.

Bob

On 2/8/2013 12:27 PM, Tony wrote:
Not on my system. Going completely through the alt-tag and returning to the
starting point will not show any minimized programs. Furthermore,
continuing to alt-tag will skip some programs that appeared the first time
around.

Tony


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Soronel Haetir
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2013 1:18 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Alt-tab appears random in Win7

Umm, that is entirely not correct, a minimized program is put at the end of
the alt+tab list, but it is definitely there.

On 2/8/13, Tony <Tony@...> wrote:
Any window that has been minimized will not appear in the alt-tag
rotation, you have to use the jaws key-f10 to bring up the list of all
running programs.

Tony


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Soronel
Haetir
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2013 11:28 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Alt-tab appears random in Win7

Beats me, I'm pretty sure the pane is always present on screen for me
during an alt+tab, even though jaws only reads the application name.
I do however seem to recall the pane sorta getting stuck, but that's
only a very vague recollection.

On 2/8/13, Adrian Spratt <Adrian@...> wrote:
Soronel,

Thanks. As I'm going over saved JAWS list messages on Win7 and office
2010 questions to teach myself my new system, I notice a message you
posted concerning the task switch pane. This pane isn't ever-present,
but it does crop up from time to time. Could this be a clue?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Soronel
Haetir
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2013 11:36 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Alt-tab appears random in Win7

Not sure what is going on for you but it seems pretty stable to me,
creating a last-in first out stack, the application I had focus on
being first in line, the application that had focus next and so on.

I do notice that from the system tray I need to use alt+shift+tab to
get to the last focused application rather than alt+tab, alt+tab
takes me to what I would think of as the second app in line.

On 2/8/13, Adrian Spratt <Adrian@...> wrote:
With XP, I could predict in which application a press of alt-tab
would
land
me. In essence, it was wherever I'd last been.



I'm finding in Win7 that there's no pattern. I could land in the
previous application or just about any other open window, including
the
desktop.

Similarly, if I go to the system tray and escape out of it, often as
not I end up in an application that is different from the one I was
working in.



Has anyone else done a better job of detecting patterns? Is there,
by any chance, a solution?

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Re: Alt-tab appears random in Win7

Robert Logue <bobcat11@...>
 

I also find the alt tab order in Windows 7 unpredictable.

Using windows key plus numbers helps I only wish they had numbered items on the task bar.

They took away windows key tab and replaced it with Windows key t. It's all a lot more difficult than in XP.
When you close something from the task bar, focus doesn't land on the task bar either.

Bob

On 2/8/2013 8:51 AM, Adrian Spratt wrote:
With XP, I could predict in which application a press of alt-tab would land
me. In essence, it was wherever I'd last been.



I'm finding in Win7 that there's no pattern. I could land in the previous
application or just about any other open window, including the desktop.

Similarly, if I go to the system tray and escape out of it, often as not I
end up in an application that is different from the one I was working in.



Has anyone else done a better job of detecting patterns? Is there, by any
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Re: Portable Gps

Dave...
 

Ariadne is good for telling you where you are. Also Sendero Lookaround for
nearest street intersections. For trip planning, MotionX GPS Drive works
quite well.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and launched near the Pacific Ocean using a Dell
Latitude E6520, JAWS 14, and Windows 7 Professional 32-bit

----- Original Message -----
From: "Cynthia Bruce" <cynthia.bruce@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 04:59
Subject: Re: Portable Gps


Hi All,

Really interesting discussion about portable GPS systems. I have an Iphone
4s, so I am wondering what the app would be for me to use as a portable gps?

Cynthia

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Holloway
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 2:19 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

If memory serves, iPhones, at least at one point, were using a database of
known wifi reference points to enhance navigation. I also have no doubt
cell-based devices can be set to use tower reference points to gain accuracy
as mentioned.

The more open the sky view, the more GPS satellites can be tracked by a GPS
to gain accuracy, but if a device lacks a cellular connection or wifi with
an associated database, options get fewer and fewer, especially for a
handheld unit.

One other item of possible interest (thinking of the taxi comment)-- a built
in GPS in a car will, at least in some cases, use extra tricks, most notably
the antilock brake sensors, to count wheel revolutions and the speedometer
when GPS signals gets lost (especially in say, a tunnel) and estimate
position based on that. It can be pretty accurate because when you turn the
wheels, there is differential between the left and right wheel speeds. (I
think that's called the yaw rate.) That trick won't work so well when
someone is walking with a handheld. I believe many portable car units will
similarly assume continued constant velocity at least for a short time upon
signal loss. I have no idea what a Trekker can do in such a situation.

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 11, 2013, at 9:37 PM, Adrian Spratt <Adrian@...> wrote:

Here in New York city, when I was wanting to buy a GPS device, an
organization conducted a demonstration of the Trekker Breeze. It
misidentified nearby streets and couldn't estimate the distance to
intersections. I was left with a sense that it doesn't pick up the
necessary
satellite signal in an environment of tall buildings. I think it's a
question any city resident considering buying a Breeze might look into
first. A friend has used the iPhone (I believe 4S) in Washington D.C. with
more success, so perhaps the app designed for it is a better bet in an
urban
environment. This is hardly a good sample size, but the demonstration
ended
my interest in the Breeze.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Jennifer
Tissot
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 8:55 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

I haven't heard of Captain Mobility before. will have to look it up.

Trekker Breeze is strictly auditory but can't hook up to a Packmate as
you know. IT does give you which streets are in what direction and
more details if you set a route, and will redirect you if you go
off-route. IT's rather accurate and landmarks are excellent as far a
location goes while passing a particular place.

Unfortunately, it seems that everyone has the standard $700 or so when
it comes to the latest GPS. I had to save a llong time to get mine. Do
you have a Lion's Club where you can inquire about a grant? If you
give a good cause to why you need the device, they most often would be
happy to assist in the funds to get it for you. IT may take some
time--sometimes months before you hear back from them--but I have been
successful in obtaining a few adaptive pieces of tech from them. I
understand about thethe finantial cost. Very high for such rather
essential equipment for most of us.
Jen
On 2/11/13, Karen Hughes <khughes8@...> wrote:
I TOO WAS LOOKING AND TOLD BY MY ADVISOR THE cCAPTAIN WAS A POOR CHOICE.
GOOD LUCK, KAREN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jamie Davis" <jdmusicman1971@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:53 PM
Subject: Portable Gps






Actually I was looking for a stand-alone gps that is accessible. As an
example, a Garmin. I'm not necessarily lookng for a Garmin, more or
less

a
gps where I don't have an extra unit, such as a Braille Note(which I
don't
have), or a PacMate(which I do have). I know Freedom Scientific has the
Street Talk, and I have seen the Trecker Breeze. Not only am I looking
for
a a one unit gps, but something that is more auditory. I read Braille,
but
do more auditorily. I'm loking in to the Captain Mobility gps. Has
anyone
ever heard about that or know anyone who has had one of those? It seems
that no matter what I do, for an accessible gps, I'm going to spend
upwards
of $600. I can't afford that just now. I just started a part-time job
and
it's not even enough to pay the bills. I have other sources which help
in
that manner.



I had a question from a gentlemen when I was enquiring about the usb tv
tuners. The gentlemen said he had the Hauppauge usb tv tuenr. I am
curious
as to what model you have. All of your feedback has been helpful thus
far.
Thanks.



Jamie

Linked IN Profile: <http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamiedavis2>
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Re: how to change the font in word 2010

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

I think that combo has been around for a while now, long before 2010; I have used it from time to time. Of course, it doesn't work in Outlook, because of the delete command.

Ted

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Adrian Spratt
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 5:46 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: how to change the font in word 2010

But you and Kimsan are right, shift-control-f opens the same fonts dialog.
Now the question is why the admirable CathyAnne Murtha alerted me to the non-intuitive control-d!

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Farfar Carlson
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 5:40 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: how to change the font in word 2010

Adrian,

It works, but somehow is not as intuitive as Ctrl+Shift+F, since Font starts with that letter. Wonder why MS thought Ctrl+D would be intuitive? Oh, forgot -- we're talking about MS here. Head-smack!



Dave Carlson
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Adrian Spratt" <Adrian@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 14:27
Subject: RE: how to change the font in word 2010


This is a large subject that I'm reading about today in CathyAnne Murtha's
textbook, which I strongly recommend for anyone learning Word 2010. The
hotkey for the fonts dialog is control-d.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Lauren
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 5:06 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: how to change the font in word 2010

Hi,



How do I change a font to a different one in word 2010? I am using Windows 8
and Jaws 14.



Sincerely,

Lauren



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Re: Portable Gps

James Homuth
 

Folks,

I hate to break up a thread, but we've gone from vaguely remotely JAWS/FS
related to well off the beaten path on this one. Let's us maybe consider
shutting it down here, or taking it to a more suitable list. Either the
blindtech list or, for some aspects, the ViPhone Google group. Thanks much.

James,
List Admin

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Cynthia Bruce
Sent: February-12-13 8:00 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

Hi All,

Really interesting discussion about portable GPS systems. I have an Iphone
4s, so I am wondering what the app would be for me to use as a portable gps?

Cynthia

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Holloway
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 2:19 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

If memory serves, iPhones, at least at one point, were using a database of
known wifi reference points to enhance navigation. I also have no doubt
cell-based devices can be set to use tower reference points to gain accuracy
as mentioned.

The more open the sky view, the more GPS satellites can be tracked by a GPS
to gain accuracy, but if a device lacks a cellular connection or wifi with
an associated database, options get fewer and fewer, especially for a
handheld unit.

One other item of possible interest (thinking of the taxi comment)-- a built
in GPS in a car will, at least in some cases, use extra tricks, most notably
the antilock brake sensors, to count wheel revolutions and the speedometer
when GPS signals gets lost (especially in say, a tunnel) and estimate
position based on that. It can be pretty accurate because when you turn the
wheels, there is differential between the left and right wheel speeds. (I
think that's called the yaw rate.) That trick won't work so well when
someone is walking with a handheld. I believe many portable car units will
similarly assume continued constant velocity at least for a short time upon
signal loss. I have no idea what a Trekker can do in such a situation.

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 11, 2013, at 9:37 PM, Adrian Spratt <Adrian@...> wrote:

Here in New York city, when I was wanting to buy a GPS device, an
organization conducted a demonstration of the Trekker Breeze. It
misidentified nearby streets and couldn't estimate the distance to
intersections. I was left with a sense that it doesn't pick up the
necessary satellite signal in an environment of tall buildings. I
think it's a question any city resident considering buying a Breeze
might look into first. A friend has used the iPhone (I believe 4S) in
Washington D.C. with more success, so perhaps the app designed for it
is a better bet in an urban environment. This is hardly a good sample
size, but the demonstration ended my interest in the Breeze.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Jennifer
Tissot
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 8:55 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

I haven't heard of Captain Mobility before. will have to look it up.

Trekker Breeze is strictly auditory but can't hook up to a Packmate as
you know. IT does give you which streets are in what direction and
more details if you set a route, and will redirect you if you go
off-route. IT's rather accurate and landmarks are excellent as far a
location goes while passing a particular place.

Unfortunately, it seems that everyone has the standard $700 or so when
it comes to the latest GPS. I had to save a llong time to get mine. Do
you have a Lion's Club where you can inquire about a grant? If you
give a good cause to why you need the device, they most often would be
happy to assist in the funds to get it for you. IT may take some
time--sometimes months before you hear back from them--but I have been
successful in obtaining a few adaptive pieces of tech from them. I
understand about thethe finantial cost. Very high for such rather
essential equipment for most of us.
Jen
On 2/11/13, Karen Hughes <khughes8@...> wrote:
I TOO WAS LOOKING AND TOLD BY MY ADVISOR THE cCAPTAIN WAS A POOR CHOICE.
GOOD LUCK, KAREN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jamie Davis" <jdmusicman1971@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:53 PM
Subject: Portable Gps






Actually I was looking for a stand-alone gps that is accessible. As
an example, a Garmin. I'm not necessarily lookng for a Garmin, more
or less

a
gps where I don't have an extra unit, such as a Braille Note(which I
don't have), or a PacMate(which I do have). I know Freedom
Scientific has the Street Talk, and I have seen the Trecker Breeze.
Not only am I looking for a a one unit gps, but something that is
more auditory. I read Braille, but do more auditorily. I'm loking
in to the Captain Mobility gps. Has anyone ever heard about that or
know anyone who has had one of those? It seems that no matter what
I do, for an accessible gps, I'm going to spend upwards of $600. I
can't afford that just now. I just started a part-time job and it's
not even enough to pay the bills. I have other sources which help
in that manner.



I had a question from a gentlemen when I was enquiring about the usb
tv tuners. The gentlemen said he had the Hauppauge usb tv tuenr. I
am curious as to what model you have. All of your feedback has been
helpful thus far.
Thanks.



Jamie

Linked IN Profile: <http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamiedavis2>
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Re: Portable Gps

Cynthia Bruce
 

Hi All,

Really interesting discussion about portable GPS systems. I have an Iphone 4s, so I am wondering what the app would be for me to use as a portable gps?

Cynthia

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Holloway
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 2:19 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

If memory serves, iPhones, at least at one point, were using a database of known wifi reference points to enhance navigation. I also have no doubt cell-based devices can be set to use tower reference points to gain accuracy as mentioned.

The more open the sky view, the more GPS satellites can be tracked by a GPS to gain accuracy, but if a device lacks a cellular connection or wifi with an associated database, options get fewer and fewer, especially for a handheld unit.

One other item of possible interest (thinking of the taxi comment)-- a built in GPS in a car will, at least in some cases, use extra tricks, most notably the antilock brake sensors, to count wheel revolutions and the speedometer when GPS signals gets lost (especially in say, a tunnel) and estimate position based on that. It can be pretty accurate because when you turn the wheels, there is differential between the left and right wheel speeds. (I think that's called the yaw rate.) That trick won't work so well when someone is walking with a handheld. I believe many portable car units will similarly assume continued constant velocity at least for a short time upon signal loss. I have no idea what a Trekker can do in such a situation.

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 11, 2013, at 9:37 PM, Adrian Spratt <Adrian@...> wrote:

Here in New York city, when I was wanting to buy a GPS device, an
organization conducted a demonstration of the Trekker Breeze. It
misidentified nearby streets and couldn't estimate the distance to
intersections. I was left with a sense that it doesn't pick up the necessary
satellite signal in an environment of tall buildings. I think it's a
question any city resident considering buying a Breeze might look into
first. A friend has used the iPhone (I believe 4S) in Washington D.C. with
more success, so perhaps the app designed for it is a better bet in an urban
environment. This is hardly a good sample size, but the demonstration ended
my interest in the Breeze.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Jennifer
Tissot
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 8:55 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

I haven't heard of Captain Mobility before. will have to look it up.

Trekker Breeze is strictly auditory but can't hook up to a Packmate as
you know. IT does give you which streets are in what direction and
more details if you set a route, and will redirect you if you go
off-route. IT's rather accurate and landmarks are excellent as far a
location goes while passing a particular place.

Unfortunately, it seems that everyone has the standard $700 or so when
it comes to the latest GPS. I had to save a llong time to get mine. Do
you have a Lion's Club where you can inquire about a grant? If you
give a good cause to why you need the device, they most often would be
happy to assist in the funds to get it for you. IT may take some
time--sometimes months before you hear back from them--but I have been
successful in obtaining a few adaptive pieces of tech from them. I
understand about thethe finantial cost. Very high for such rather
essential equipment for most of us.
Jen
On 2/11/13, Karen Hughes <khughes8@...> wrote:
I TOO WAS LOOKING AND TOLD BY MY ADVISOR THE cCAPTAIN WAS A POOR CHOICE.
GOOD LUCK, KAREN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jamie Davis" <jdmusicman1971@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:53 PM
Subject: Portable Gps






Actually I was looking for a stand-alone gps that is accessible. As an
example, a Garmin. I'm not necessarily lookng for a Garmin, more or less

a
gps where I don't have an extra unit, such as a Braille Note(which I
don't
have), or a PacMate(which I do have). I know Freedom Scientific has the
Street Talk, and I have seen the Trecker Breeze. Not only am I looking
for
a a one unit gps, but something that is more auditory. I read Braille,
but
do more auditorily. I'm loking in to the Captain Mobility gps. Has
anyone
ever heard about that or know anyone who has had one of those? It seems
that no matter what I do, for an accessible gps, I'm going to spend
upwards
of $600. I can't afford that just now. I just started a part-time job
and
it's not even enough to pay the bills. I have other sources which help
in
that manner.



I had a question from a gentlemen when I was enquiring about the usb tv
tuners. The gentlemen said he had the Hauppauge usb tv tuenr. I am
curious
as to what model you have. All of your feedback has been helpful thus
far.
Thanks.



Jamie

Linked IN Profile: <http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamiedavis2>
http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamiedavis2



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vb6 programing

Farshid Molapour
 

Please help me with this subject
I have an application in vb6 and I need to get the current text jaws is
speaking , so I can send this text to function to process.
It is very urgent . Any help s appreciate.

regards
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Re: Portable Gps

Richard Holloway
 

If memory serves, iPhones, at least at one point, were using a database of known wifi reference points to enhance navigation. I also have no doubt cell-based devices can be set to use tower reference points to gain accuracy as mentioned.

The more open the sky view, the more GPS satellites can be tracked by a GPS to gain accuracy, but if a device lacks a cellular connection or wifi with an associated database, options get fewer and fewer, especially for a handheld unit.

One other item of possible interest (thinking of the taxi comment)-- a built in GPS in a car will, at least in some cases, use extra tricks, most notably the antilock brake sensors, to count wheel revolutions and the speedometer when GPS signals gets lost (especially in say, a tunnel) and estimate position based on that. It can be pretty accurate because when you turn the wheels, there is differential between the left and right wheel speeds. (I think that's called the yaw rate.) That trick won't work so well when someone is walking with a handheld. I believe many portable car units will similarly assume continued constant velocity at least for a short time upon signal loss. I have no idea what a Trekker can do in such a situation.

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 11, 2013, at 9:37 PM, Adrian Spratt <Adrian@...> wrote:

Here in New York city, when I was wanting to buy a GPS device, an
organization conducted a demonstration of the Trekker Breeze. It
misidentified nearby streets and couldn't estimate the distance to
intersections. I was left with a sense that it doesn't pick up the necessary
satellite signal in an environment of tall buildings. I think it's a
question any city resident considering buying a Breeze might look into
first. A friend has used the iPhone (I believe 4S) in Washington D.C. with
more success, so perhaps the app designed for it is a better bet in an urban
environment. This is hardly a good sample size, but the demonstration ended
my interest in the Breeze.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Jennifer
Tissot
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 8:55 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

I haven't heard of Captain Mobility before. will have to look it up.

Trekker Breeze is strictly auditory but can't hook up to a Packmate as
you know. IT does give you which streets are in what direction and
more details if you set a route, and will redirect you if you go
off-route. IT's rather accurate and landmarks are excellent as far a
location goes while passing a particular place.

Unfortunately, it seems that everyone has the standard $700 or so when
it comes to the latest GPS. I had to save a llong time to get mine. Do
you have a Lion's Club where you can inquire about a grant? If you
give a good cause to why you need the device, they most often would be
happy to assist in the funds to get it for you. IT may take some
time--sometimes months before you hear back from them--but I have been
successful in obtaining a few adaptive pieces of tech from them. I
understand about thethe finantial cost. Very high for such rather
essential equipment for most of us.
Jen
On 2/11/13, Karen Hughes <khughes8@...> wrote:
I TOO WAS LOOKING AND TOLD BY MY ADVISOR THE cCAPTAIN WAS A POOR CHOICE.
GOOD LUCK, KAREN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jamie Davis" <jdmusicman1971@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:53 PM
Subject: Portable Gps






Actually I was looking for a stand-alone gps that is accessible. As an
example, a Garmin. I'm not necessarily lookng for a Garmin, more or less

a
gps where I don't have an extra unit, such as a Braille Note(which I
don't
have), or a PacMate(which I do have). I know Freedom Scientific has the
Street Talk, and I have seen the Trecker Breeze. Not only am I looking
for
a a one unit gps, but something that is more auditory. I read Braille,
but
do more auditorily. I'm loking in to the Captain Mobility gps. Has
anyone
ever heard about that or know anyone who has had one of those? It seems
that no matter what I do, for an accessible gps, I'm going to spend
upwards
of $600. I can't afford that just now. I just started a part-time job
and
it's not even enough to pay the bills. I have other sources which help
in
that manner.



I had a question from a gentlemen when I was enquiring about the usb tv
tuners. The gentlemen said he had the Hauppauge usb tv tuenr. I am
curious
as to what model you have. All of your feedback has been helpful thus
far.
Thanks.



Jamie

Linked IN Profile: <http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamiedavis2>
http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamiedavis2



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Re: Bing!

Dave...
 

Tools/Options. General page. Tab to search and press the button.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and launched near the Pacific Ocean using a Dell
Latitude E6520, JAWS 14, and Windows 7 Professional 32-bit

----- Original Message -----
From: "tcivi31" <tcivi31@...>
To: "Jaws List" <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 19:59
Subject: Bing!


Would someone please tell me how to get rid of the Bing search in Internet
Explorer 9. Tom


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Re: Portable Gps

Dave...
 

Adrian, yes GPS can be an issue in those urban canyons with all the
multi-path bouncing of the signal off tall vertical structures. However
there must be better technology in the GPS receivers for the mainstream
market, or too many taxi drivers would complain on those same streets. I
suspect that the GPS engine used in the Trekker could be replaced (by them,
of course) with a more technically-savvy GPS engine that uses better
algorithms to calculate and interpolate position where so much multi-path
interference abounds. Most cities today also have a ground-based enhanced
GPS network (called WAAS) with fixed base points usually installed on cell
towers, that significantly improve GPS navigation. In fact, I'm surprised
that Trekker did so poorly in these times when Garmin and Tom-Tom seem to
have no problems at all. My wife and I used a handheld Garmin when we
visited NYC last year, and it was very accurate in describing the street
intersections and locations of addresses.

Your review of Trekker's performance should have caused the makers of
Trekker to go back to their drawing boards and improve the product.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and launched near the Pacific Ocean using a Dell
Latitude E6520, JAWS 14, and Windows 7 Professional 32-bit

----- Original Message -----
From: "Adrian Spratt" <Adrian@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 18:37
Subject: RE: Portable Gps


Here in New York city, when I was wanting to buy a GPS device, an
organization conducted a demonstration of the Trekker Breeze. It
misidentified nearby streets and couldn't estimate the distance to
intersections. I was left with a sense that it doesn't pick up the necessary
satellite signal in an environment of tall buildings. I think it's a
question any city resident considering buying a Breeze might look into
first. A friend has used the iPhone (I believe 4S) in Washington D.C. with
more success, so perhaps the app designed for it is a better bet in an urban
environment. This is hardly a good sample size, but the demonstration ended
my interest in the Breeze.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Jennifer
Tissot
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 8:55 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Portable Gps

I haven't heard of Captain Mobility before. will have to look it up.

Trekker Breeze is strictly auditory but can't hook up to a Packmate as
you know. IT does give you which streets are in what direction and
more details if you set a route, and will redirect you if you go
off-route. IT's rather accurate and landmarks are excellent as far a
location goes while passing a particular place.

Unfortunately, it seems that everyone has the standard $700 or so when
it comes to the latest GPS. I had to save a llong time to get mine. Do
you have a Lion's Club where you can inquire about a grant? If you
give a good cause to why you need the device, they most often would be
happy to assist in the funds to get it for you. IT may take some
time--sometimes months before you hear back from them--but I have been
successful in obtaining a few adaptive pieces of tech from them. I
understand about thethe finantial cost. Very high for such rather
essential equipment for most of us.
Jen
On 2/11/13, Karen Hughes <khughes8@...> wrote:
I TOO WAS LOOKING AND TOLD BY MY ADVISOR THE cCAPTAIN WAS A POOR CHOICE.
GOOD LUCK, KAREN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jamie Davis" <jdmusicman1971@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:53 PM
Subject: Portable Gps






Actually I was looking for a stand-alone gps that is accessible. As an
example, a Garmin. I'm not necessarily lookng for a Garmin, more or less

a
gps where I don't have an extra unit, such as a Braille Note(which I
don't
have), or a PacMate(which I do have). I know Freedom Scientific has the
Street Talk, and I have seen the Trecker Breeze. Not only am I looking
for
a a one unit gps, but something that is more auditory. I read Braille,
but
do more auditorily. I'm loking in to the Captain Mobility gps. Has
anyone
ever heard about that or know anyone who has had one of those? It seems
that no matter what I do, for an accessible gps, I'm going to spend
upwards
of $600. I can't afford that just now. I just started a part-time job
and
it's not even enough to pay the bills. I have other sources which help
in
that manner.



I had a question from a gentlemen when I was enquiring about the usb tv
tuners. The gentlemen said he had the Hauppauge usb tv tuenr. I am
curious
as to what model you have. All of your feedback has been helpful thus
far.
Thanks.



Jamie

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Bing!

T. Civitello
 

Would someone please tell me how to get rid of the Bing search in Internet Explorer 9. Tom


Re: how to change the font in word 2010

Tom Lange
 

Hi,
Ctrl+d works, too.
Tom

----- Original Message -----
From: "Farfar Carlson" <dgcarlson@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 2:20 PM
Subject: Re: how to change the font in word 2010


Try Ctrl+Shift+F.


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Lauren" <lotusrising@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 14:06
Subject: how to change the font in word 2010


Hi,



How do I change a font to a different one in word 2010? I am using Windows 8
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Re: Question about compacting OE messages

Tom Lange
 

Hi,
I get this periodically, too. It won't harm your messages in any way; OE is basically compressing the mailboxes to save space.

I do, however, have literally thousands upon thousands of messages in OE's mailbox folders, and that will take some time to compact. Don't be surprised, also, if you get an error message from time to time saying that a mailbox is in use. If that happens, just click OK and continue.

Tom

----- Original Message -----
From: "Terrilynne" <shateamo@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 12:02 PM
Subject: Question about compacting OE messages


My Outlook Express keeps coming up with the following message:

To free up disk space, Outlook Express can compact messages. This may take up to a few minutes. Okay button, Cancel button.

So, if I go ahead and okay this action, will it impact JAWS ability to read messages? Or will it just look the same to me as I use JAWS?

Thanks much,

TerriLynne
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