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Re: 2 JAWS Issues

Rahul Bajaj
 

Thanks, Richard. On the first point, control+ up arrow absolutely
works on the web; it has just not been working properly for the last
few months.

If iI am, for instance, looking at a particular post on Facebook and
want to go to the previous element, control+up arrow should ideally
take me there. It sometimes does not.

On point 2, sometimes it does delete everything on the clipboard, but
sometimes it retains it and pastes it with the newly copied content.

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On 20/12/2018, Richard Turner <richardturner42@outlook.com> wrote:
I'm not experiencing either issue.
Control_up arrow jumps to the previous paragraph in Word, I never use it on
the web, so not sure if it should do what you are expecting.

As for the append to clipboard and then copy to clipboard and getting that
message, I just tested it by selecting your entire message and pressing
insert+windows+c and pasting it in a word document, going back to the end of
the message in Outlook and only copying the last few lines with the
unsubscribe info with control+c and saying yes I want to continue and delete
what is in the clipboard.
When I pasted that after writing a unique line so I'd now for sure what got
pasted the second time, only the few lines I copied the second time pasted.

Its early, so I hope that made sense.

Richard


“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip under
pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rahul Bajaj
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:38 PM
To: main <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: 2 JAWS Issues

Hi Everyone,

I use JAWS 2018 on a Windows 10 machine. I am facing the following 2
issues:

1. Pressing control+ up arrow doesn't result in JAWS reading the previous
item. Say I am going through my inbox on the Gmail HTML website. I am
reading email c's subject and sender name in my inbox.
When I press ctrl+ up arrow, I should be taken to email B, but I am not. It
keeps repeating email c. The same happens in many other contexts.

2. When using windows+insert+c to continually copy a substantial portion of
text, the following problem occurs. Let's say I copy some text in this
fashion from a webpage and put it in a word document. I then go to a
different webpage and press control+ c there, JAWS will
say: Are you sure you want to delete the content on the clipboard?
Even if I say yes and then copy something with control+ c, when I paste this
newly copied content in a word document, what was previously copied to the
clipboard by way of insert+windows+c will also get pasted, not just the
newly copied content. This results in a lot of unnecessary confusion. In
other words, it doesn't delete from the clipboard the content that it takes
my permission for deleting.


Hoping to hear from you.
Best,
Rahul







Re: weird windows10 & jaws 2019 problem please help!!!

Gerald Levy
 

Have you tried Narrator?  If not, see if you encounter the same problem with the search box using Narrator instead of JAWS.  Also, which build of Windows 10 are you running?  If it is 1809, there have been widespread problems reported with this build, which MS supposedly recalled and is now rolling out again. If Freedom Scientific can't help. you might want to call the Microsoft Accessibility helpline at 800-936-5900 and see whether they can help you resolve the problem.


Gerald

On 12/20/2018 8:56 AM, Shan Noyes wrote:
Hi all!
I have just been upgraded to windows10 at work. I am using Jaws 2019 and am having serious problems with the windows10 system at work.  I will outline the problems, and then so we don’t get repeats tell you what we have done to date.
When I hit the windows key to get the searchbox my computer announces cortana.  I start to type in what I want to search for, but I can not hear any of the results.  I’ve tried the jaws cursor and everything.  The search feature is working correctly at least the sighted folks who have watched say it is.
I’ve talked to freedom scientific,  sorry can’t get use to the new name.
And have done the following
Uninstalled jaws and did a complete reinstall.
2. Tried a repair.
3. Check permissions on the freedom scientific folder inside the c:\program files directory structure.
4. my video card driver was 14 months old and there was an updated driver from a month ago. Upgraded it.
And no luck the searchbox still acts the same.
And yes, jaws was installed with a full admin account. And this problem occurs in both the full admin account  as well as the user accounts.
Anyways, I looking for suggestions of things to have the folks who put together the corporate windows10 built as to things to check.  Our build is pretty locked down.
Thanks all.
Have a good day.

Shan Noyes and guide dog Danson



Re: weird windows10 & jaws 2019 problem please help!!!

Jonas Voll
 

Do you have some type of remote softwear installed?



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-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shan Noyes
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 7:57 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: weird windows10 & jaws 2019 problem please help!!!

Hi all!
I have just been upgraded to windows10 at work. I am using Jaws 2019 and am having serious problems with the windows10 system at work.  I will outline the problems, and then so we don’t get repeats tell you what we have done to date.
When I hit the windows key to get the searchbox my computer announces cortana.  I start to type in what I want to search for, but I can not hear any of the results.  I’ve tried the jaws cursor and everything.  The search feature is working correctly at least the sighted folks who have watched say it is.
I’ve talked to freedom scientific,  sorry can’t get use to the new name.
And have done the following
Uninstalled jaws and did a complete reinstall.
2. Tried a repair.
3. Check permissions on the freedom scientific folder inside the c:\program files directory structure.
4. my video card driver was 14 months old and there was an updated driver from a month ago. Upgraded it.
And no luck the searchbox still acts the same.
And yes, jaws was installed with a full admin account. And this problem occurs in both the full admin account  as well as the user accounts. Anyways, I looking for suggestions of things to have the folks who put together the corporate windows10 built as to things to check.  Our build is pretty locked down.
Thanks all.
Have a good day.

Shan Noyes and guide dog Danson




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Re: weird windows10 & jaws 2019 problem please help!!!

Richard Turner
 

First, the name is still Freedom Scientific. The Vispero name is the corporation name that owns Freedom Scientific, but Jaws is still under Freedom Scientific.

My computer does say Cortana when I hit the Windows key, but it speaks the search results as I type.

But, it seems to default to a Bing search no matter what I do about the default search engine.

I find that more annoying than anything.

Richard


“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip under pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shan Noyes
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2018 5:57 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: weird windows10 & jaws 2019 problem please help!!!

Hi all!
I have just been upgraded to windows10 at work. I am using Jaws 2019 and am having serious problems with the windows10 system at work.  I will outline the problems, and then so we don’t get repeats tell you what we have done to date.
When I hit the windows key to get the searchbox my computer announces cortana.  I start to type in what I want to search for, but I can not hear any of the results.  I’ve tried the jaws cursor and everything.  The search feature is working correctly at least the sighted folks who have watched say it is.
I’ve talked to freedom scientific,  sorry can’t get use to the new name.
And have done the following
Uninstalled jaws and did a complete reinstall.
2. Tried a repair.
3. Check permissions on the freedom scientific folder inside the c:\program files directory structure.
4. my video card driver was 14 months old and there was an updated driver from a month ago. Upgraded it.
And no luck the searchbox still acts the same.
And yes, jaws was installed with a full admin account. And this problem occurs in both the full admin account  as well as the user accounts. Anyways, I looking for suggestions of things to have the folks who put together the corporate windows10 built as to things to check.  Our build is pretty locked down.
Thanks all.
Have a good day.

Shan Noyes and guide dog Danson


Re: installing scripts for Goldwave

Richard Turner
 

Hi Mario,
Well, the scripts on my windows 10 machine are in the program data folder like my Windows 7 at work.
However, here at home on Windows 10 running Jaws 2018 and the latest goldwave, Jaws does not speak the numbers as I arrow up or down in the filters.
I have to hit insert+up arrow to read the line.
This is true in lots of places with the latest Jaws 2018.
I think it is a Jaws issue and not a GoldWave or Goldwave Scripts issue.

Any ideas?

Richard



“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip under pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mario
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 10:50 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: installing scripts for Goldwave

yes, do let me know. it would be interesting if it would be different, but I'd think it wouldn't.


-------- Original Message --------
From: Richard Turner [mailto:richardturner42@outlook.com]
Sent: Tue, Dec 18, 2018 5:54 PM EST
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: installing scripts for Goldwave


I have Windows 7 Pro here at work.
I'll double check the path and scripts at home where I have Windows 10 1809.
Did you take the scripts out of the other location? Not sure that is
needed, but who knows.
Richard



"It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good
books which are your very own." __ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

On Dec 18, 2018, at 12:53 PM, Mario <mrb620@hotmail.com> wrote:

I spoke too soon, drat! I tried it again, just to make sure it was
working. it's not. this problem is driving me nutso, making my hair
grayer. what little I have left. lol.

wish I had Jim Bowers email so I could ask him about my problem. as I
understand, he is the original author of the scripts, not Jim Grimsby.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Mario [mailto:mrb620@hotmail.com]
Sent: Tue, Dec 18, 2018 3:21 PM EST
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: installing scripts for Goldwave

hi Richard, when I copied the scripts to the location that you
specified, ran GW, opened an audio file and tried to select an effect
preset, JAWS would not speak as I arrowed down. closing all windows, I
removed the Goldwave4 scripts, tried GW again, and could now arrow to
the preset.

were you using Windows 10 or 7? I think there may be some very subtle
differences depending on which OS is running.


-------- Original Message --------
From: Richard Turner [mailto:richardturner42@outlook.com]
Sent: Tue, Dec 18, 2018 3:00 PM EST
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: installing scripts for Goldwave


My scripts for Goldwave are in:
c Program Data, Freedom Scientific, Jaws, 2018, scripts, enu
I have both goldwave and doldwave4 script files in there. When I press
insert-q I hear Goldwave version 5,6 settings.


I hear the numbers change as I arrow up or down, for example on the
low/high pass settings.


Richard



"It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good
books which are your very own." __ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

On Dec 18, 2018, at 9:37 AM, Mario <mrb620@hotmail.com> wrote:

when I use Goldwave, I am experiencing a problem where JAWS does not
read the presets as I arrow down or up and some dialogs where a number
can be changed by arrowing up or down.

right now, the scripts reside in the user settings/ENU folder:
"C:\Users\Mario\AppData\Roaming\Freedom Scientific\JAWS\2018\Settings\enu"

but I think for JAWS 2018 or later, the scripts need to reside
somewhere else. if so, where do they go and are all of the scripts,
Goldwave and Goldwave4 files, copied?







.












.


weird windows10 & jaws 2019 problem please help!!!

Shan Noyes
 

Hi all!
I have just been upgraded to windows10 at work. I am using Jaws 2019 and am having serious problems with the windows10 system at work.  I will outline the problems, and then so we don’t get repeats tell you what we have done to date.
When I hit the windows key to get the searchbox my computer announces cortana.  I start to type in what I want to search for, but I can not hear any of the results.  I’ve tried the jaws cursor and everything.  The search feature is working correctly at least the sighted folks who have watched say it is.
I’ve talked to freedom scientific,  sorry can’t get use to the new name.
And have done the following
Uninstalled jaws and did a complete reinstall.
2. Tried a repair.
3. Check permissions on the freedom scientific folder inside the c:\program files directory structure.
4. my video card driver was 14 months old and there was an updated driver from a month ago. Upgraded it.
And no luck the searchbox still acts the same.
And yes, jaws was installed with a full admin account. And this problem occurs in both the full admin account  as well as the user accounts. 
Anyways, I looking for suggestions of things to have the folks who put together the corporate windows10 built as to things to check.  Our build is pretty locked down.
Thanks all.
Have a good day.

Shan Noyes and guide dog Danson


Re: 2 JAWS Issues

Richard Turner
 

I'm not experiencing either issue.
Control_up arrow jumps to the previous paragraph in Word, I never use it on the web, so not sure if it should do what you are expecting.

As for the append to clipboard and then copy to clipboard and getting that message, I just tested it by selecting your entire message and pressing insert+windows+c and pasting it in a word document, going back to the end of the message in Outlook and only copying the last few lines with the unsubscribe info with control+c and saying yes I want to continue and delete what is in the clipboard.
When I pasted that after writing a unique line so I'd now for sure what got pasted the second time, only the few lines I copied the second time pasted.

Its early, so I hope that made sense.

Richard


“Definition of an expert: An ex is a has-been and a spirt is a drip under pressure.” – Bruce U. Utah Phillips

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rahul Bajaj
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:38 PM
To: main <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: 2 JAWS Issues

Hi Everyone,

I use JAWS 2018 on a Windows 10 machine. I am facing the following 2 issues:

1. Pressing control+ up arrow doesn't result in JAWS reading the previous item. Say I am going through my inbox on the Gmail HTML website. I am reading email c's subject and sender name in my inbox.
When I press ctrl+ up arrow, I should be taken to email B, but I am not. It keeps repeating email c. The same happens in many other contexts.

2. When using windows+insert+c to continually copy a substantial portion of text, the following problem occurs. Let's say I copy some text in this fashion from a webpage and put it in a word document. I then go to a different webpage and press control+ c there, JAWS will
say: Are you sure you want to delete the content on the clipboard?
Even if I say yes and then copy something with control+ c, when I paste this newly copied content in a word document, what was previously copied to the clipboard by way of insert+windows+c will also get pasted, not just the newly copied content. This results in a lot of unnecessary confusion. In other words, it doesn't delete from the clipboard the content that it takes my permission for deleting.


Hoping to hear from you.
Best,
Rahul


2 JAWS Issues

Rahul Bajaj
 

Hi Everyone,

I use JAWS 2018 on a Windows 10 machine. I am facing the following 2 issues:

1. Pressing control+ up arrow doesn't result in JAWS reading the
previous item. Say I am going through my inbox on the Gmail HTML
website. I am reading email c's subject and sender name in my inbox.
When I press ctrl+ up arrow, I should be taken to email B, but I am
not. It keeps repeating email c. The same happens in many other
contexts.

2. When using windows+insert+c to continually copy a substantial
portion of text, the following problem occurs. Let's say I copy some
text in this fashion from a webpage and put it in a word document. I
then go to a different webpage and press control+ c there, JAWS will
say: Are you sure you want to delete the content on the clipboard?
Even if I say yes and then copy something with control+ c, when I
paste this newly copied content in a word document, what was
previously copied to the clipboard by way of insert+windows+c will
also get pasted, not just the newly copied content. This results in a
lot of unnecessary confusion. In other words, it doesn't delete from
the clipboard the content that it takes my permission for deleting.


Hoping to hear from you.
Best,
Rahul


Re: Question completely off topic of group

Michael Munn
 

I use a Perkins Brailler for all my brailling tasks. 
A Brailler is a perfect tool for brailling. 
I still practice brailling with my slate and stylus. 

Michael Munn
Member:
Virginia Association of Blind students
National Federation of Virginia  
Member:
Maryland Association of Blind Students
National Federation of Maryland  
Students of:
Hadley Institute of the Blind



On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 7:39 PM Bill Tessore <billtessore@...> wrote:
You asked what I use to braille my dymo tape labels with. i have several different slates that can be used for braille labeling with a stylus. I PREFER A 17-cell single-line slate for small tasks like book labels or page edges (indexing). i also have a 3x5 card size slate with 6 lines and 18 cells per line. This one is good for recording name, address, phone, etc. it has a easy-to-use pocket that a 3”x5” index card fits into and holds in place as you work. These fit nicely in my fanny pack and take up minimal space. For more demanding jobs I have an insert I use with  my Perkins Brailler, or a 4-line 28-cell slate. But you can get pre-made plastic/metal labels for short labels like color names and common foods. Imagination is really your only limitation when labeling.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore



On Dec 19, 2018, at 3:18 PM, Ed Legge <edward.legge@...> wrote:

I use a slate with the dymo tape slots.

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marianne Denning
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:06 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Cc: bowman@...
Subject: Re: Question completely off topic of group

 

Bill, do you use a slate and stylus or a Braille labeler. I have not found a good Braille labeler in many years. None that I have tried work well.

 

On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 12:03 PM Bill Tessore <billtessore@...> wrote:

Hi, personally I use Dimo tape to braille things around the house. Such as books, appliance key pads, my iPhone (so I know it’s not someone else’s), etc. vut you could also use generic tactiles like puff paint, velcro stickers, or even cellophane tape. For clothes you could try clothes pins, safety pins (various sizes), or napkin rings to keep paired things together. There’s even magnetic braille labeling rolls for canned goods and jars with metal lids. For the low vision there are multi-colored stickers. Even knotting, special folding, and dedicated placement or varying size, shape, and texture containers can keep stuff organized. Maxi-Aids, LS&S, and the S. f. lighthouse for the Blind can all help withis question and product solutions. Hope these suggestions help.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore e
billtessore@gmail?com
> On Dec 19, 2018, at 7:15 AM, Mario <mrb620@...> wrote:
>
> I don't think your request is off topic:
>
> check out the WayAround Tag-and-scan system
> www.wayaround.com
>
> WayAround is a smart phone app that provides on-demand details about
> everyday things. This tag-and-scan system enables the user to easily
> identify objects and also provides extra details, like how something
> works or when it expires. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Darwin
> Belt and Jessica Hipp about the WayAround system and how it works.
>
> https://eyesonsuccess.net/EOS_ShowList.htm
>
> Here is a link to an audio described video explaining how WayAround is
> used in public spaces:
> www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7v0kKHpoGQ
>
>
> -------- Original Message --------
> From: Private Email [mailto:bowman@...]
> Sent: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 7:53 AM EST
> To: jfw@groups.io
> Subject: Question completely off topic of group
>
> I am looking for a labeler to use around the house and was wondering if
> anyone had any suggestions of good ones.  Not the old fashion one with the
> big circle you twist to punch out on that plastic sticky stuff that does not
> stick.  Please contact me off list @ bowman@...
> Much appreciated
> Jackie
>
>
>
>
> .
>
>
>
>
>



 

--

Marianne Denning, TVI, MA

Teacher of students who are blind or visually impaired

(513) 607-6053


Re: Question completely off topic of group

Bill Tessore
 

You asked what I use to braille my dymo tape labels with. i have several different slates that can be used for braille labeling with a stylus. I PREFER A 17-cell single-line slate for small tasks like book labels or page edges (indexing). i also have a 3x5 card size slate with 6 lines and 18 cells per line. This one is good for recording name, address, phone, etc. it has a easy-to-use pocket that a 3”x5” index card fits into and holds in place as you work. These fit nicely in my fanny pack and take up minimal space. For more demanding jobs I have an insert I use with  my Perkins Brailler, or a 4-line 28-cell slate. But you can get pre-made plastic/metal labels for short labels like color names and common foods. Imagination is really your only limitation when labeling.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore



On Dec 19, 2018, at 3:18 PM, Ed Legge <edward.legge@...> wrote:

I use a slate with the dymo tape slots.

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marianne Denning
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:06 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Cc: bowman@...
Subject: Re: Question completely off topic of group

 

Bill, do you use a slate and stylus or a Braille labeler. I have not found a good Braille labeler in many years. None that I have tried work well.

 

On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 12:03 PM Bill Tessore <billtessore@...> wrote:

Hi, personally I use Dimo tape to braille things around the house. Such as books, appliance key pads, my iPhone (so I know it’s not someone else’s), etc. vut you could also use generic tactiles like puff paint, velcro stickers, or even cellophane tape. For clothes you could try clothes pins, safety pins (various sizes), or napkin rings to keep paired things together. There’s even magnetic braille labeling rolls for canned goods and jars with metal lids. For the low vision there are multi-colored stickers. Even knotting, special folding, and dedicated placement or varying size, shape, and texture containers can keep stuff organized. Maxi-Aids, LS&S, and the S. f. lighthouse for the Blind can all help withis question and product solutions. Hope these suggestions help.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore e
billtessore@gmail?com
> On Dec 19, 2018, at 7:15 AM, Mario <mrb620@...> wrote:
>
> I don't think your request is off topic:
>
> check out the WayAround Tag-and-scan system
> www.wayaround.com
>
> WayAround is a smart phone app that provides on-demand details about
> everyday things. This tag-and-scan system enables the user to easily
> identify objects and also provides extra details, like how something
> works or when it expires. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Darwin
> Belt and Jessica Hipp about the WayAround system and how it works.
>
> https://eyesonsuccess.net/EOS_ShowList.htm
>
> Here is a link to an audio described video explaining how WayAround is
> used in public spaces:
> www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7v0kKHpoGQ
>
>
> -------- Original Message --------
> From: Private Email [mailto:bowman@...]
> Sent: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 7:53 AM EST
> To: jfw@groups.io
> Subject: Question completely off topic of group
>
> I am looking for a labeler to use around the house and was wondering if
> anyone had any suggestions of good ones.  Not the old fashion one with the
> big circle you twist to punch out on that plastic sticky stuff that does not
> stick.  Please contact me off list @ bowman@...
> Much appreciated
> Jackie
>
>
>
>
> .
>
>
>
>
>



 

--

Marianne Denning, TVI, MA

Teacher of students who are blind or visually impaired

(513) 607-6053


Re: installing Malware Bites

Shirley Tracy
 

Thanks, Mike.

 

Shirley Tracy

 

From: Mike B.
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 5:17 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: installing Malware Bites

 

Hi Shirley,

 

When you press enter on the installer the first screen is for selecting your language and English is the default so I'm assuming you want English so, tab 1 time to, Okay, and press the spacebar.  Now another screen appears that is basically all the privacy & licensing mumbo jumbo but, if you listen closely you'll hear Jaws report to agree & install or something similar to press, Alt + A.  So press, Alt + A, and since I didn't want to install it I didn't go any further but, if you just pay close attention Jaws will report any other keystrokes that need to be performed to finish the install.

Take care.  Go Rams!
Sent from my iBarstool.
I type out everything I want to remember. That way instead of spending a lot of time trying to remember what it was, I spend the time looking for where I saved it!

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 5:40 AM

Subject: Re: installing Malware Bites

 

Hi Mike,

 

I’m trying the free version.

 

 

Shirley Tracy

 

From: Mike B.
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2018 10:21 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: installing Malware Bites

 

Hi Shirley,

 

Are you installing the free version or, do you have ID & Key Codes?

Take care.  Go Rams!
Sent from my iBarstool.
I type out everything I want to remember. That way instead of spending a lot of time trying to remember what it was, I spend the time looking for where I saved it!

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, December 17, 2018 7:04 PM

Subject: installing Malware Bites

 

Hi listers,

 

I’m trying to install MB, but I admit I don’t know what I’m doing. It seemed easy enough at first, but (forgive my ignorance here) I don’t understand why I was asked to agree to Groupbox. Is this important for Malware Bites, or just some extra thing they are trying to get me to agree to. I have no sighted assistance here, and maybe I’m missing something since I don’t see the screen. Any advice is appreciated.

 

 

Shirley Tracy

 

 

 


Re: Question completely off topic of group

Ed Legge <edward.legge@...>
 

I use a slate with the dymo tape slots.

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marianne Denning
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:06 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Cc: bowman@...
Subject: Re: Question completely off topic of group

 

Bill, do you use a slate and stylus or a Braille labeler. I have not found a good Braille labeler in many years. None that I have tried work well.

 

On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 12:03 PM Bill Tessore <billtessore@...> wrote:

Hi, personally I use Dimo tape to braille things around the house. Such as books, appliance key pads, my iPhone (so I know it’s not someone else’s), etc. vut you could also use generic tactiles like puff paint, velcro stickers, or even cellophane tape. For clothes you could try clothes pins, safety pins (various sizes), or napkin rings to keep paired things together. There’s even magnetic braille labeling rolls for canned goods and jars with metal lids. For the low vision there are multi-colored stickers. Even knotting, special folding, and dedicated placement or varying size, shape, and texture containers can keep stuff organized. Maxi-Aids, LS&S, and the S. f. lighthouse for the Blind can all help withis question and product solutions. Hope these suggestions help.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore e
billtessore@gmail?com
> On Dec 19, 2018, at 7:15 AM, Mario <mrb620@...> wrote:
>
> I don't think your request is off topic:
>
> check out the WayAround Tag-and-scan system
> www.wayaround.com
>
> WayAround is a smart phone app that provides on-demand details about
> everyday things. This tag-and-scan system enables the user to easily
> identify objects and also provides extra details, like how something
> works or when it expires. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Darwin
> Belt and Jessica Hipp about the WayAround system and how it works.
>
> https://eyesonsuccess.net/EOS_ShowList.htm
>
> Here is a link to an audio described video explaining how WayAround is
> used in public spaces:
> www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7v0kKHpoGQ
>
>
> -------- Original Message --------
> From: Private Email [mailto:bowman@...]
> Sent: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 7:53 AM EST
> To: jfw@groups.io
> Subject: Question completely off topic of group
>
> I am looking for a labeler to use around the house and was wondering if
> anyone had any suggestions of good ones.  Not the old fashion one with the
> big circle you twist to punch out on that plastic sticky stuff that does not
> stick.  Please contact me off list @ bowman@...
> Much appreciated
> Jackie
>
>
>
>
> .
>
>
>
>
>



 

--

Marianne Denning, TVI, MA

Teacher of students who are blind or visually impaired

(513) 607-6053


Re: Spell check in Word 2016

Nate Kile
 

Hello George,

Here are the steps,

1. Start key, type apps and features

2. tab to list of programs and down arrow to Microsoft Office

3. Press enter and you will get an option to modify or remove

4. Press modify and then alt/y or tab to yes, you will allow this app to make changes to your computer

5. You will tab to a list with check boxes, down arrow an you will find/the option to check the box for repair

6. Press ok button and then choose quick repair, this will remove corrupt Office files, or choose online, which is a more in depth repair.


Keep in mind, when ever you do a repair of a complete program, you may want to take a few minutes to read about the changes that the repair will make. For instance, if you have changed your font defaults or auto formatting setting in Word, you will have to re customize them.

Nate Kile,
Assistive Technology Instructor, TechVision
Specialist in Technology/Training/Teaching for blind/low vision/virtual instruction for schools
Also Private training to your needs
907-444-3707
Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons on PC, Office products, Mac, iPad/iTools and more, all done with keystrokes: www.yourtechvision.com


12/19/2018 9:48 AM, George b wrote:

hi
what is the proceadure for a office repair?

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nate Kile
Sent: December 17, 2018 9:23
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Spell check in Word 2016

Hello,

You may have to restore your Office. I have had to do this with students at times. Between Office updates, JAWS and Windows updates, I have noticed little bugs pop up.

Have you done an office restore/repair?On 12/17/2018 6:11 AM, Alan Robbins

Nate Kile,
Assistive Technology Instructor, TechVision Specialist in Technology/Training/Teaching for blind/low vision/virtual instruction for schools Also Private training to your needs
907-444-3707
Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons on PC, Office products, Mac, iPad/i Tools and more, all done with keystrokes: www.yourtechvision.com


wrote:

Nate,

Thanks, but when I do insert F7 it says nothing.
When I push F6 and tab through all the focused, one days document pane. Do you have other panes showing?

Al
-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nate Kile
Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2018 9:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Spell check in Word 2016

Hello,

When in the spellchecker, insert/F7 should tell you the miss spelled word.

Regards,

Nate Kile
On 12/16/2018 4:12 PM, Ann Byrne wrote:
In her Word 2016 text book, KathyAnn Murtha recommends either using
the JAWS command alt+shift+l to locate misspelled words, or insert+z
to invoke Word's quick keys, then the lletter m to locate misspelled
words. Once you have found a misspelleing, use the applications key
to suggest corrections.
At 06:36 PM 12/16/2018, you wrote:
Using Win 10 pro version 1803, and latest version of Jaws 2019 I do
not get full speech when doing a spell/grammar check in Word 2016.
When I hit F7 to do the spell check in an open Word document, I'm
given an option to change language and as I tab possible suggested
correctly spelled words. The problem is Jaws is not reading me the
word that is spelled wrong so I do not know what I'm replacing or if
I want to replace. Anyone found a work around for this?
This does not happen in outlook 2016, spell check works the way it
is supposed to.
Al

--
Nate Kile,
Assistive Technology Instructor, TechVision Specialist in
Technology/Training/Teaching for blind/low vision/virtual instruction
for schools Also Private training to your needs
907-444-3707
Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons on PC,
Office products, Mac, iPad/iTools and more, all done with keystrokes:
www.yourtechvision.com









.
--


Re: installing scripts for Goldwave

Mario
 

yes, do let me know. it would be interesting if it would be different,
but I'd think it wouldn't.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Richard Turner [mailto:richardturner42@outlook.com]
Sent: Tue, Dec 18, 2018 5:54 PM EST
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: installing scripts for Goldwave


I have Windows 7 Pro here at work.
I'll double check the path and scripts at home where I have Windows 10 1809.
Did you take the scripts out of the other location? Not sure that is
needed, but who knows.
Richard



"It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good
books which are your very own." __ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

On Dec 18, 2018, at 12:53 PM, Mario <mrb620@hotmail.com> wrote:

I spoke too soon, drat! I tried it again, just to make sure it was
working. it's not. this problem is driving me nutso, making my hair
grayer. what little I have left. lol.

wish I had Jim Bowers email so I could ask him about my problem. as I
understand, he is the original author of the scripts, not Jim Grimsby.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Mario [mailto:mrb620@hotmail.com]
Sent: Tue, Dec 18, 2018 3:21 PM EST
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: installing scripts for Goldwave

hi Richard, when I copied the scripts to the location that you
specified, ran GW, opened an audio file and tried to select an effect
preset, JAWS would not speak as I arrowed down. closing all windows, I
removed the Goldwave4 scripts, tried GW again, and could now arrow to
the preset.

were you using Windows 10 or 7? I think there may be some very subtle
differences depending on which OS is running.


-------- Original Message --------
From: Richard Turner [mailto:richardturner42@outlook.com]
Sent: Tue, Dec 18, 2018 3:00 PM EST
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: installing scripts for Goldwave


My scripts for Goldwave are in:
c Program Data, Freedom Scientific, Jaws, 2018, scripts, enu
I have both goldwave and doldwave4 script files in there. When I press
insert-q I hear Goldwave version 5,6 settings.


I hear the numbers change as I arrow up or down, for example on the
low/high pass settings.


Richard



"It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good
books which are your very own." __ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

On Dec 18, 2018, at 9:37 AM, Mario <mrb620@hotmail.com> wrote:

when I use Goldwave, I am experiencing a problem where JAWS does not
read the presets as I arrow down or up and some dialogs where a number
can be changed by arrowing up or down.

right now, the scripts reside in the user settings/ENU folder:
"C:\Users\Mario\AppData\Roaming\Freedom Scientific\JAWS\2018\Settings\enu"

but I think for JAWS 2018 or later, the scripts need to reside
somewhere else. if so, where do they go and are all of the scripts,
Goldwave and Goldwave4 files, copied?







.












.


Re: Spell check in Word 2016

george b <gbmagoo@...>
 

hi
what is the proceadure for a office repair?

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nate Kile
Sent: December 17, 2018 9:23
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Spell check in Word 2016

Hello,

You may have to restore your Office. I have had to do this with students at times. Between Office updates, JAWS and Windows updates, I have noticed little bugs pop up.

Have you done an office restore/repair?On 12/17/2018 6:11 AM, Alan Robbins

Nate Kile,
Assistive Technology Instructor, TechVision Specialist in Technology/Training/Teaching for blind/low vision/virtual instruction for schools Also Private training to your needs
907-444-3707
Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons on PC, Office products, Mac, iPad/i Tools and more, all done with keystrokes: www.yourtechvision.com


wrote:

Nate,

Thanks, but when I do insert F7 it says nothing.
When I push F6 and tab through all the focused, one days document pane. Do you have other panes showing?

Al
-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nate Kile
Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2018 9:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Spell check in Word 2016

Hello,

When in the spellchecker, insert/F7 should tell you the miss spelled word.

Regards,

Nate Kile
On 12/16/2018 4:12 PM, Ann Byrne wrote:
In her Word 2016 text book, KathyAnn Murtha recommends either using
the JAWS command alt+shift+l to locate misspelled words, or insert+z
to invoke Word's quick keys, then the lletter m to locate misspelled
words. Once you have found a misspelleing, use the applications key
to suggest corrections.
At 06:36 PM 12/16/2018, you wrote:
Using Win 10 pro version 1803, and latest version of Jaws 2019 I do
not get full speech when doing a spell/grammar check in Word 2016.
When I hit F7 to do the spell check in an open Word document, I'm
given an option to change language and as I tab possible suggested
correctly spelled words. The problem is Jaws is not reading me the
word that is spelled wrong so I do not know what I'm replacing or if
I want to replace. Anyone found a work around for this?
This does not happen in outlook 2016, spell check works the way it
is supposed to.
Al


--
Nate Kile,
Assistive Technology Instructor, TechVision Specialist in
Technology/Training/Teaching for blind/low vision/virtual instruction
for schools Also Private training to your needs
907-444-3707
Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons on PC,
Office products, Mac, iPad/iTools and more, all done with keystrokes:
www.yourtechvision.com









.
--


Re: JAWS2019.1812.49 Build Update, Download Links + What's New In This Release

bob jutzi <jutzi@...>
 

A feature I  would love is if Convenient OCR added support for batch scanning.  Otherwise, I love the OCR feature of JAWS.


On 12/17/2018 1:34 PM, Mike B. wrote:
Hi All,
 
Below is the download link for both 32 & 64 Bit, the same link works for both, plus what's new in this release.  Also, below What's New are some frequently asked questions with answers.
 
32 & 64 Bit:
 
 
What's new:
Enhancements in JAWS 2019.1812.49 (December 2018)
 
The following is a list of improvements made between the initial JAWS 2019 release and the December 2018 update.
 
Improved AutoCorrect Detection in Word and Outlook
 
With the improvements to UIA support in Office 365 versions higher than  16.0.10400, JAWS can now immediately alert you when text is AutoCorrected as you
edit documents in Word or when composing emails in Outlook. By default, when you are typing in word or the body of an email and you press the SPACEBAR
after a word that is AutoCorrected, JAWS plays a pop sound. In addition, if you stop typing, so that speech is not interrupted, JAWS says "Auto Correct"
followed by the corrected word including the spelling.
 
As you navigate a document, JAWS can also announce if Word has automatically corrected the current text. You can then press ALT+SHIFT+F10 to open a context
menu that allows you to undo the correction, stop automatically correcting that word, or change your AutoCorrect options. For instance, if JAWS alerts
you that a word you just typed was corrected but you prefer to use the word as you originally typed it, you can navigate back to the item, press ALT+SHIFT+F10,
and choose "Change back."
 
Note: When typing in the body of a new message in Outlook, JAWS can alert you when text is AutoCorrected, however, the context menu for changing AutoCorrect
options is only accessible using a mouse. Microsoft currently only allows the ALT+SHIFT+F10 command to be used in Word.
 
If you do not want to be notified when text is AutoCorrected when you press the SPACEBAR, open Quick Settings (INSERT+V) from Word and turn off the "Spelling
buzzer on mistyped words" option. Note that this will also turn off the buzzer sound that is heard to indicate a misspelled word.
 
If you do not want to have JAWS alert you to corrected words as you navigate a document, open Quick Settings from Word and turn off the AutoCorrect Detection
option.
 
Support for Co-Authoring Documents in Word 365
 
If a shared document is opened by multiple users, JAWS can now do the following:
 
list of 3 items
• Indicate who has the document opened using a notification message.
• When another co-author navigates to the same line as the JAWS user, JAWS will indicate who is editing the same line. Pressing INSERT+UP ARROW to read
the current line will also announce who is reading or editing at that location.
• When a co-author actually edits the same line you are on, JAWS indicates that the text is locked for editing. If you press INSERT+UP ARROW, you will
hear "Editing locked." You will also be alerted that the line is locked if you begin typing.
list end
 
Navigation Quick Keys Now Available in Google Docs
 
Google Docs provides a number of keystrokes to help users navigate through documents more efficiently. However, these commands are difficult for users
to discover and use repeatedly. For example, you can press ALT+CTRL+N followed by ALT+CTRL+H to move to the next heading which could be difficult to press
multiple times for some users.
 
To improve document navigation, you can now press INSERT+SPACEBAR followed by Q in Google Docs to activate a Quick Keys layer. Braille support must also
be turned on in Google Docs for this to work correctly. Even if you do not use a braille display, Braille support provides the most accessibility information
to JAWS so you have the best experience when navigating and editing documents. If Braille support is not already enabled, press ALT+SHIFT+A for the Accessibility
menu, open the Settings submenu, and press ENTER on Enable Braille Support. Once the Quick Keys layer is active, the following navigation commands are
available:
 
list of 3 items
• Move to the next or prior heading: H or SHIFT+H
• Move to the next or prior list: L or SHIFT+L
• Move to the next or prior table: T or SHIFT+T
list end
 
While this layer is active, you can continue to use the ARROW keys to review text. For example, you could press INSERT+SPACEBAR, Q, H to move to a heading,
press DOWN ARROW to read a couple lines, and then press H to jump to the next heading without having to press INSERT+SPACEBAR, Q again. This layer remains
active until you press ESC or any key that is not one of the supported navigation keys described above.
 
Other Changes
list of 24 items
• Resolved an issue with JAWS double speaking links in PDF documents.
• The Liblouis braille translator used in JAWS has been updated to version 3.7 offering improved Unified English Braille (UEB) tables, back translation
improvements, and new Chinese language tables.
• In the Windows 10 Fall 2018 update,JAWS now reads as expected in the Clipboard history window accessed by pressing WINDOWS Key+V.
• Resolved an issue with JAWS not reading as expected in the Windows 10 Emoji panel accessed by pressing WINDOWS Key+SEMICOLON. Note that there is still
a known issue where emojis will not read correctly in emails opened in Outlook 365.
• Due to major changes with the UPS website, the UPS Tracking Research It lookup source has been removed as it can no longer search and retrieve results
from this service.
• JAWS now supports reading PDF documents in Edge. This includes navigating documents using standard reading commands, using Navigation Quick Keys such
as H to move by headings, and entering Forms Mode in edit fields.
• JAWS can now indicate if a form field is marked as "required" in Edge.
• Addressed a reported issue where the Announce Multiline Edit option in Setting Center would not remain active in the Default settings file.
• Resolved a reported issue in Notepad where JAWS was not automatically reading the prompts for the edit fields in the Find and Replace dialog box.
• The JAWS setup program now displays a splash screen when it first starts and before the main installation screen appears.
• Pressing INSERT+F1 twice quickly in Chrome now displays a JAWS help topic.
• In addition to pressing INSERT+SPACEBAR followed by H to display the speech history in the Results Viewer, you can now press INSERT+SPACEBAR followed
by CTRL+H to copy the speech history to the Clipboard for pasting into an application. The speech history includes the last 50 announcements spoken by
the synthesizer.
• In Winamp, you can now perform single-letter commands directly from a braille display's  keyboard including the Focus Blue such as X to play, V to stop,
C to pause, and B and Z to move to the next or previous item in a playlist.
• When accessing documents in the online version of Word 365 using Chrome or Firefox, resolved an issue where JAWS was not reading as expected when navigating
by line.
• Resolved an issue with JAWS not announcing autocomplete addresses in Outlook 365.
• Resolved a reported issue where JAWS would not read bulleted lists in Word formatted using Hollow Arrow bullets.
• When moving in and out of lists in Word 2013 or later, JAWS now announces list level nesting, for instance, "level 1." In addition, if you press INSERT+UP
ARROW to read the current line on a list item, JAWS now announces position information, for example, "2 of 5."
• If an Excel spread sheet contains multiple regions, addressed a reported issue where JAWS was not reading row and column totals.
• Addressed an issue with the background color not being reported correctly in Excel when using the INSERT+F keystroke.
• Added a new JAWS keystroke, CTRL+INSERT+B, for use in an upcoming release of Skype. Once your version of Skype updates, performing this command activates
the Back button in the active conversation so you can return to the Home screen. If this keystroke is not yet working for you, then your version of Skype
has not yet updated.
• The "Spelling buzzer on mistyped words" option is now available in the Quick Settings for the Windows 10 Mail app.
• Resolved instances where JAWS would randomly say "JAWS visual tracking window."
• Addressed a reported issue where the Language combo box in the Dictionary Manager was not showing all available languages.
• Added support for Google Slides film strip tree views.
list end
 
Back to top from Enhancements
 
Frequently Asked Questions
 
Question: Should I remove my existing version of JAWS before installing JAWS 2019?
 
Answer: This is not necessary and many users choose to keep multiple versions on their system. Once you find that you are no longer using the prior version,
and everything is working well with the new version, you may uninstall the old version but do not remove shared components.
 
Question: If I recently received JAWS 2018, how do I get JAWS 2019?
 
Answer: If you purchased JAWS 2018 after September 1, 2018, you can download the JAWS 2019 release for free from the Freedom Scientific website. To verify
if you are entitled to the current version, visit the
SMA and Upgrade Pricing
 page and enter your serial number.
 
Question: If my SMA expires, will I receive a notice?
 
Answer: Customers in the U.S. will receive notification in the mail shortly after the JAWS 2019 release. The envelope will have a Braille label on the
outside, and it will contain an SMA Renewal letter explaining the process in print and Braille. You can also renew your SMA online using the
SMA and Upgrade Pricing
 page on the Freedom Scientific website.
 
Back to top from Frequently Asked Questions
main region end
Take care.  Go Rams!
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Re: Spell check in Word 2016

Nate Kile
 

Hello,

You may have to restore your Office. I have had to do this with students at times. Between Office updates, JAWS and Windows updates, I have noticed little bugs pop up.

Have you done an office restore/repair?On 12/17/2018 6:11 AM, Alan Robbins

Nate Kile,
Assistive Technology Instructor, TechVision
Specialist in Technology/Training/Teaching for blind/low vision/virtual instruction for schools
Also Private training to your needs
907-444-3707
Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons on PC, Office products, Mac, iPad/i Tools and more, all done with keystrokes: www.yourtechvision.com


wrote:

Nate,

Thanks, but when I do insert F7 it says nothing.
When I push F6 and tab through all the focused, one days document pane. Do you have other panes showing?

Al
-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nate Kile
Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2018 9:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Spell check in Word 2016

Hello,

When in the spellchecker, insert/F7 should tell you the miss spelled word.

Regards,

Nate Kile
On 12/16/2018 4:12 PM, Ann Byrne wrote:
In her Word 2016 text book, KathyAnn Murtha recommends either using
the JAWS command alt+shift+l to locate misspelled words, or insert+z
to invoke Word's quick keys, then the lletter m to locate misspelled
words. Once you have found a misspelleing, use the applications key
to suggest corrections.
At 06:36 PM 12/16/2018, you wrote:
Using Win 10 pro version 1803, and latest version of Jaws 2019 I do
not get full speech when doing a spell/grammar check in Word 2016.
When I hit F7 to do the spell check in an open Word document, I'm
given an option to change language and as I tab possible suggested
correctly spelled words. The problem is Jaws is not reading me the
word that is spelled wrong so I do not know what I'm replacing or if
I want to replace. Anyone found a work around for this?
This does not happen in outlook 2016, spell check works the way it is
supposed to.
Al


--
Nate Kile,
Assistive Technology Instructor, TechVision Specialist in Technology/Training/Teaching for blind/low vision/virtual instruction for schools Also Private training to your needs
907-444-3707
Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons on PC, Office products, Mac, iPad/iTools and more, all done with keystrokes: www.yourtechvision.com








.
--


Re: Question completely off topic of group

Dave...
 

If you have an iPhone, download an app called Speechsticker. You can train
it to speak out bar codes you stick to the items.

this is off-topic for a JAWS list, so I'll end it now.

Dave
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Tessore" <billtessore@gmail.com>
To: <main@jfw.groups.io>
Cc: <bowman@nettally.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 09:02
Subject: Re: Question completely off topic of group


Hi, personally I use Dimo tape to braille things around the house. Such as
books, appliance key pads, my iPhone (so I know it's not someone else's),
etc. vut you could also use generic tactiles like puff paint, velcro
stickers, or even cellophane tape. For clothes you could try clothes pins,
safety pins (various sizes), or napkin rings to keep paired things together.
There's even magnetic braille labeling rolls for canned goods and jars with
metal lids. For the low vision there are multi-colored stickers. Even
knotting, special folding, and dedicated placement or varying size, shape,
and texture containers can keep stuff organized. Maxi-Aids, LS&S, and the S.
f. lighthouse for the Blind can all help withis question and product
solutions. Hope these suggestions help.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore e
billtessore@gmail?com
On Dec 19, 2018, at 7:15 AM, Mario <mrb620@hotmail.com> wrote:

I don't think your request is off topic:

check out the WayAround Tag-and-scan system
www.wayaround.com

WayAround is a smart phone app that provides on-demand details about
everyday things. This tag-and-scan system enables the user to easily
identify objects and also provides extra details, like how something
works or when it expires. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Darwin
Belt and Jessica Hipp about the WayAround system and how it works.

https://eyesonsuccess.net/EOS_ShowList.htm

Here is a link to an audio described video explaining how WayAround is
used in public spaces:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7v0kKHpoGQ


-------- Original Message --------
From: Private Email [mailto:bowman@nettally.com]
Sent: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 7:53 AM EST
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Question completely off topic of group

I am looking for a labeler to use around the house and was wondering if
anyone had any suggestions of good ones. Not the old fashion one with the
big circle you twist to punch out on that plastic sticky stuff that does
not
stick. Please contact me off list @ bowman@nettally.com
Much appreciated
Jackie




.





Re: Question completely off topic of group

Marianne Denning
 

Bill, do you use a slate and stylus or a Braille labeler. I have not found a good Braille labeler in many years. None that I have tried work well.


On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 12:03 PM Bill Tessore <billtessore@...> wrote:
Hi, personally I use Dimo tape to braille things around the house. Such as books, appliance key pads, my iPhone (so I know it’s not someone else’s), etc. vut you could also use generic tactiles like puff paint, velcro stickers, or even cellophane tape. For clothes you could try clothes pins, safety pins (various sizes), or napkin rings to keep paired things together. There’s even magnetic braille labeling rolls for canned goods and jars with metal lids. For the low vision there are multi-colored stickers. Even knotting, special folding, and dedicated placement or varying size, shape, and texture containers can keep stuff organized. Maxi-Aids, LS&S, and the S. f. lighthouse for the Blind can all help withis question and product solutions. Hope these suggestions help.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore e
billtessore@gmail?com
> On Dec 19, 2018, at 7:15 AM, Mario <mrb620@...> wrote:
>
> I don't think your request is off topic:
>
> check out the WayAround Tag-and-scan system
> www.wayaround.com
>
> WayAround is a smart phone app that provides on-demand details about
> everyday things. This tag-and-scan system enables the user to easily
> identify objects and also provides extra details, like how something
> works or when it expires. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Darwin
> Belt and Jessica Hipp about the WayAround system and how it works.
>
> https://eyesonsuccess.net/EOS_ShowList.htm
>
> Here is a link to an audio described video explaining how WayAround is
> used in public spaces:
> www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7v0kKHpoGQ
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> I am looking for a labeler to use around the house and was wondering if
> anyone had any suggestions of good ones.  Not the old fashion one with the
> big circle you twist to punch out on that plastic sticky stuff that does not
> stick.  Please contact me off list @ bowman@...
> Much appreciated
> Jackie
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Re: Question completely off topic of group

Bill Tessore
 

Hi, personally I use Dimo tape to braille things around the house. Such as books, appliance key pads, my iPhone (so I know it’s not someone else’s), etc. vut you could also use generic tactiles like puff paint, velcro stickers, or even cellophane tape. For clothes you could try clothes pins, safety pins (various sizes), or napkin rings to keep paired things together. There’s even magnetic braille labeling rolls for canned goods and jars with metal lids. For the low vision there are multi-colored stickers. Even knotting, special folding, and dedicated placement or varying size, shape, and texture containers can keep stuff organized. Maxi-Aids, LS&S, and the S. f. lighthouse for the Blind can all help withis question and product solutions. Hope these suggestions help.

Shalom,

Bill Tessore e
billtessore@gmail?com

On Dec 19, 2018, at 7:15 AM, Mario <mrb620@hotmail.com> wrote:

I don't think your request is off topic:

check out the WayAround Tag-and-scan system
www.wayaround.com

WayAround is a smart phone app that provides on-demand details about
everyday things. This tag-and-scan system enables the user to easily
identify objects and also provides extra details, like how something
works or when it expires. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Darwin
Belt and Jessica Hipp about the WayAround system and how it works.

https://eyesonsuccess.net/EOS_ShowList.htm

Here is a link to an audio described video explaining how WayAround is
used in public spaces:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7v0kKHpoGQ


-------- Original Message --------
From: Private Email [mailto:bowman@nettally.com]
Sent: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 7:53 AM EST
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Question completely off topic of group

I am looking for a labeler to use around the house and was wondering if
anyone had any suggestions of good ones. Not the old fashion one with the
big circle you twist to punch out on that plastic sticky stuff that does not
stick. Please contact me off list @ bowman@nettally.com
Much appreciated
Jackie




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