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Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Try turning off your Virtual Cursor with JAWS Key plus Z once you reach your AdOns, then tab. You should see a list of AdOn categories such as Extensions, Plugins, and Services. PlainOldFavorites should be under Extensions. Once you see Extensions, Tab again, and you should see PlainOldFavorites, and if you have WebVisum installed, it will be there, too.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, January 17, 2016 3:43 AM
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Bill,

 

I’ve followed your instructions and Plain Old Favorites is working. Thanks. However, two questions:

 

1.      Are there any potentially harmful consequences from making this alteration in the Firefox config file?

 

2.      When I open add-ons in the tools menu, I can’t get past the list of add-ons Firefox recommends to a list of my installed add-ons. Any ideas?

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 6:53 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hi again, Adrian. PlainOldFavorites is an unsigned AdOn. For this reason, you must change your about:config file in Firefox to make it work. It only works in Firefox. To install the Adon, you must download it from the following link:

 

 

After this, do the following:

 

1.  Open Firefox 43 and in the address bar, type the below line as seen
with no spaces:
about:config
2.  You will get a Firefox warning saying: 'This may void your
warranty.' Click on  the button that says: 'I'll be
careful, I promise.'
3.  tab once to the list of 700 or so items and press the letter X. You
are looking for the below item:
xpinstall.signatures.required
4.  When this item is highlighted, press the context key or right click
and choose toggel or press T (same thing.)
5.  The highlighted value should change to false as in:
xpinstall.signatures.required;false
6.  Press Control-W to close the Firefox window and then relaunch it.
PlainOldFavorites should now work.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

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

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:36 PM

Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Bill,

 

I’ve been trying to install Plain Old Favorites today, but I just can’t get it to work. I have the .exe in my downloads folder, but MS doesn’t recognize the file type. I was taken to a recommendation to install Free Viewer, which handles various file types that apparently include Firefox add-ons and extension, but I can’t get Free Viewer even to download, never mind install.

 

The Free viewer webpage is here:

http://www.freeviewer.com/

 

Any better ideas? Also, When I open Firefox add-ons, all I get is a list of recommended add-ons. I can’t get beyond that point.

 

For the record, I have Firefox 43.0.4, Win7 and JAWS 17.

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hi, Tom. I also use PlainOldFavorites in Firefox. Adding favorites in Firefox works the same way it does for Internet Explorer. All you need to do is to go to the page you want to make a favorite for in Firefox. Once you are there, Press Alt plus the letter A. Then press the Enter key, and the favorite is automatically added. The thing which may be confusing is that the favorite will appear at the bottom of the favorites list in Firefox instead of being in alphabetical order. If you want the list to be in alphabetical order again, you must go to the PlainOldFavorites AdOn in the AdOns manager in Firefox, Click on the PlainOldFavorites Adon. It will then say Read Only. Tab to the options for that option. Select the option "Sort By Name". If the option says it is checked, press the space Bar to uncheck this option, then press the Space Bar to re-check the option. Tab to the OK button, and press Enter. Then Press Alt plus W to close Firefox. When you open Firefox again, the favorites will appear in alphabetical order.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

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

From: Tom Behler

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 8:09 AM

Subject: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hello, everyone.

 

A while back, I imported internet favorites from Internet Explorer to Firefox using the add-on tool called plain old favorites.

 

 

http://www.iosart.com/firefox/plainoldfavorites/

 

 

Since I now am using Firefox as my main internet browser, I’m interested in adding some additional favorites to my favorites list.

 

I can find the tab that says “add favorites”, but when I attempt to do this, nothing happens.  Jaws says nothing, and I appear to get a blank screen.

 

Am I missing a step here, or is there a different way to add new favorites to my favorites list in Firefox?

 

Thank you!

 

Dr.  Tom Behler from Michigan

 

 



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Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

That's not a favorite, that's a bookmark. A favorite creates an actual Windows shortcut which resides under the Roaming folder in Windows7.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Les Kriegler" <kriegler@nycap.rr.com>
To: <jfw@groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, January 17, 2016 2:27 AM
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox


Bill, I don't have the add-on you reference. Alt-A doesn't work for me.
However, Ctrl-D is the keystroke I use and then I can name the favorite; it
does have a default name, of course.

Les

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@dslextreme.com]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Hi, Tom. I also use PlainOldFavorites in Firefox. Adding favorites in
Firefox works the same way it does for Internet Explorer. All you need to do
is to go to the page you want to make a favorite for in Firefox. Once you
are there, Press Alt plus the letter A. Then press the Enter key, and the
favorite is automatically added. The thing which may be confusing is that
the favorite will appear at the bottom of the favorites list in Firefox
instead of being in alphabetical order. If you want the list to be in
alphabetical order again, you must go to the PlainOldFavorites AdOn in the
AdOns manager in Firefox, Click on the PlainOldFavorites Adon. It will then
say Read Only. Tab to the options for that option. Select the option "Sort
By Name". If the option says it is checked, press the space Bar to uncheck
this option, then press the Space Bar to re-check the option. Tab to the OK
button, and press Enter. Then Press Alt plus W to close Firefox. When you
open Firefox again, the favorites will appear in alphabetical order.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
<mailto:billwhite92701@dslextreme.com>

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Behler <mailto:tombehler@gmail.com>
To: jfw@groups.io <mailto:jfw@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 8:09 AM
Subject: Adding Favorites In Firefox


Hello, everyone.



A while back, I imported internet favorites from Internet Explorer
to Firefox using the add-on tool called plain old favorites.





http://www.iosart.com/firefox/plainoldfavorites/





Since I now am using Firefox as my main internet browser, I'm
interested in adding some additional favorites to my favorites list.



I can find the tab that says "add favorites", but when I attempt to
do this, nothing happens. Jaws says nothing, and I appear to get a blank
screen.



Am I missing a step here, or is there a different way to add new
favorites to my favorites list in Firefox?



Thank you!



Dr. Tom Behler from Michigan







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Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

Darran Ross
 

Thanks to Adrian Mike and Bill I'm now up and running.
 
Have also, not before time, added this direction to my list of JAWS tips!
 
Thanks folks.
 
Darran
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 11:31 PM
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

Kimsan, I tested this before posting, but I deceived myself. The key combo is actually control-alt-v. I just tested this one, too, and I think Tech Devil isn’t cackling at me this time.

 

From: Kimsan [mailto:kimsansong@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 6:06 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

When pressing that key combo we should see options, before or after selecting text?  I did it both ways and after pressing that key combo, I down arrowed and no options appeared..

 

Windows 10 pro, IE 11 and jaws 17.

 

 

From: Adrian Spratt [mailto:Adrian@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 12:25 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Try shift-control-v, then arrow down through the options.

 

From: Darran Ross [mailto:darran.ross@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 2:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Hi List.

 

I'm having a brain freeze here, and I can't remember for the life of me which setting I need to alter to allow me to copy and paste text from a webpage into a word document?

 

At the moment what I'm copying is not what's being pasted!

 

I've been into the Settings Centre, but I can't find the relevant check box, or even recall what it is I should be looking for. My stumbling about in there is getting me nowhere in a hurry!

 

Any and all help gratefully received.

 

Thanks.

 

Darran

 

 

 



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Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Adrian Spratt
 

Bill,

 

I’ve followed your instructions and Plain Old Favorites is working. Thanks. However, two questions:

 

1.      Are there any potentially harmful consequences from making this alteration in the Firefox config file?

 

2.      When I open add-ons in the tools menu, I can’t get past the list of add-ons Firefox recommends to a list of my installed add-ons. Any ideas?

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 6:53 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hi again, Adrian. PlainOldFavorites is an unsigned AdOn. For this reason, you must change your about:config file in Firefox to make it work. It only works in Firefox. To install the Adon, you must download it from the following link:

 

 

After this, do the following:

 

1.  Open Firefox 43 and in the address bar, type the below line as seen
with no spaces:
about:config
2.  You will get a Firefox warning saying: 'This may void your
warranty.' Click on  the button that says: 'I'll be
careful, I promise.'
3.  tab once to the list of 700 or so items and press the letter X. You
are looking for the below item:
xpinstall.signatures.required
4.  When this item is highlighted, press the context key or right click
and choose toggel or press T (same thing.)
5.  The highlighted value should change to false as in:
xpinstall.signatures.required;false
6.  Press Control-W to close the Firefox window and then relaunch it.
PlainOldFavorites should now work.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

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

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:36 PM

Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Bill,

 

I’ve been trying to install Plain Old Favorites today, but I just can’t get it to work. I have the .exe in my downloads folder, but MS doesn’t recognize the file type. I was taken to a recommendation to install Free Viewer, which handles various file types that apparently include Firefox add-ons and extension, but I can’t get Free Viewer even to download, never mind install.

 

The Free viewer webpage is here:

http://www.freeviewer.com/

 

Any better ideas? Also, When I open Firefox add-ons, all I get is a list of recommended add-ons. I can’t get beyond that point.

 

For the record, I have Firefox 43.0.4, Win7 and JAWS 17.

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hi, Tom. I also use PlainOldFavorites in Firefox. Adding favorites in Firefox works the same way it does for Internet Explorer. All you need to do is to go to the page you want to make a favorite for in Firefox. Once you are there, Press Alt plus the letter A. Then press the Enter key, and the favorite is automatically added. The thing which may be confusing is that the favorite will appear at the bottom of the favorites list in Firefox instead of being in alphabetical order. If you want the list to be in alphabetical order again, you must go to the PlainOldFavorites AdOn in the AdOns manager in Firefox, Click on the PlainOldFavorites Adon. It will then say Read Only. Tab to the options for that option. Select the option "Sort By Name". If the option says it is checked, press the space Bar to uncheck this option, then press the Space Bar to re-check the option. Tab to the OK button, and press Enter. Then Press Alt plus W to close Firefox. When you open Firefox again, the favorites will appear in alphabetical order.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

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

From: Tom Behler

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 8:09 AM

Subject: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hello, everyone.

 

A while back, I imported internet favorites from Internet Explorer to Firefox using the add-on tool called plain old favorites.

 

 

http://www.iosart.com/firefox/plainoldfavorites/

 

 

Since I now am using Firefox as my main internet browser, I’m interested in adding some additional favorites to my favorites list.

 

I can find the tab that says “add favorites”, but when I attempt to do this, nothing happens.  Jaws says nothing, and I appear to get a blank screen.

 

Am I missing a step here, or is there a different way to add new favorites to my favorites list in Firefox?

 

Thank you!

 

Dr.  Tom Behler from Michigan

 

 



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Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Les Kriegler <kriegler@...>
 

Bill, I don't have the add-on you reference. Alt-A doesn't work for me.
However, Ctrl-D is the keystroke I use and then I can name the favorite; it
does have a default name, of course.

Les

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@dslextreme.com]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Hi, Tom. I also use PlainOldFavorites in Firefox. Adding favorites in
Firefox works the same way it does for Internet Explorer. All you need to do
is to go to the page you want to make a favorite for in Firefox. Once you
are there, Press Alt plus the letter A. Then press the Enter key, and the
favorite is automatically added. The thing which may be confusing is that
the favorite will appear at the bottom of the favorites list in Firefox
instead of being in alphabetical order. If you want the list to be in
alphabetical order again, you must go to the PlainOldFavorites AdOn in the
AdOns manager in Firefox, Click on the PlainOldFavorites Adon. It will then
say Read Only. Tab to the options for that option. Select the option "Sort
By Name". If the option says it is checked, press the space Bar to uncheck
this option, then press the Space Bar to re-check the option. Tab to the OK
button, and press Enter. Then Press Alt plus W to close Firefox. When you
open Firefox again, the favorites will appear in alphabetical order.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
<mailto:billwhite92701@dslextreme.com>

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Behler <mailto:tombehler@gmail.com>
To: jfw@groups.io <mailto:jfw@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 8:09 AM
Subject: Adding Favorites In Firefox


Hello, everyone.



A while back, I imported internet favorites from Internet Explorer
to Firefox using the add-on tool called plain old favorites.





http://www.iosart.com/firefox/plainoldfavorites/





Since I now am using Firefox as my main internet browser, I'm
interested in adding some additional favorites to my favorites list.



I can find the tab that says "add favorites", but when I attempt to
do this, nothing happens. Jaws says nothing, and I appear to get a blank
screen.



Am I missing a step here, or is there a different way to add new
favorites to my favorites list in Firefox?



Thank you!



Dr. Tom Behler from Michigan







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Re: fixing my centurytel.net email

Ryan Coverdell
 

I'm using jaws 14 and windows 7. I in fact would need either instructions as to how to find the incoming and outgoing email servers or I would need some one to just provide these along with the port information. I believe the server type for CenturyTel is a pop 3. Again I really don't want to use tech support from CenturyTel by phone since they don't know Jaws. I may however, just ask them some stuff via email.


Re: Using the Everything Search in conjunction with JAWS & Windows Live Mail

 

Kimsan,

           I'm not quite sure what you're telling us here.   If the file is actually named "notes.xls" then using "notes" (without quotes) in either a Windows search or using Everything should find it.  In the case of a Windows search it will also find any files containing the text "notes" as well whereas Everything will just return files with "notes" somewhere in their names prior to the file extension.

           You say you went back and did "excel.xls" and there it was, but that simply cannot be if the file has "notes" as part of its name, unless the file excel.xls has the word "notes" contained within it and you're using Windows search, in which case it would be among the search results.

           Since Everything deals with file name as the primary search criteria it is generally far, far faster than Windows search because it does not try to examine file content.  If, however, you add the content:<word or words you want in the file> function this will add content searching in addition to file name and it does slow things down for obvious reasons.

Brian


Re: JAWS voicing through speakers instead of head phones

Ann Byrne
 

Oh crumb! Never mind. I didn't listen well enough to hear
there are two high definition audio choices in the JAWS utilities: the first is speakers and the second is head phones. Now that my ears are washed out, I will wipe the egg off my face. and my hero can listen to his books undisturbed.

ann


JAWS voicing through speakers instead of head phones

Ann Byrne
 

Related I think to tussle with Adobe Reader, JAWS has stopped speaking through my headset, regardless of the fact that in the utilities menu it iupposed to use the high definition audio instead of the windows sound card. I don't want my husband to hear everything I do, especially while he is trying to hear something else. How do I tell JAWS to redirect itself through the headset instead of the speakers? It has to be a windows setting, I think, since the JAWS settings already appear correct.

Thanks for any help.

Ann

p.s. I'm using NVDA to type this, and don't have really good control over the output. Sorry about the grammar.


Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

Kimsan <kimsansong@...>
 

:o!

 

Ok, paste special.  I never used that as the paste special dialog always came up for me when pasting to word.

 

That’s good to know for when it doesn’t come up.

Thank you.

From: Adrian Spratt [mailto:Adrian@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:32 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Kimsan, I tested this before posting, but I deceived myself. The key combo is actually control-alt-v. I just tested this one, too, and I think Tech Devil isn’t cackling at me this time.

 

From: Kimsan [mailto:kimsansong@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 6:06 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

When pressing that key combo we should see options, before or after selecting text?  I did it both ways and after pressing that key combo, I down arrowed and no options appeared..

 

Windows 10 pro, IE 11 and jaws 17.

 

 

From: Adrian Spratt [mailto:Adrian@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 12:25 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Try shift-control-v, then arrow down through the options.

 

From: Darran Ross [mailto:darran.ross@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 2:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Hi List.

 

I'm having a brain freeze here, and I can't remember for the life of me which setting I need to alter to allow me to copy and paste text from a webpage into a word document?

 

At the moment what I'm copying is not what's being pasted!

 

I've been into the Settings Centre, but I can't find the relevant check box, or even recall what it is I should be looking for. My stumbling about in there is getting me nowhere in a hurry!

 

Any and all help gratefully received.

 

Thanks.

 

Darran

 

 

 


Re: Does anyone know whether the problem with webvisum not working with the latest version of firefox has been fixed?

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi, David. This is not a problem. It's a security issue.
 

To Temporarily Make Unsigned AdOns Work In Firefox:



For those of you who depend on Webvisum to solve image captchas in the
absence of sighted help, read on.  The recently-released Firefox 43
introduced a new feature that blocks unsigned third-party add-ons like
Webvisum and prevents them from working.  So if you update to Firefox 43
either intentionally or accidently, Webvisum will no longer work unless you
apply the temporary work around described below.  This is only a temporary
fix that will no longer work after Firefox 44 is released early next year,
because this work around will be disabled or unflagged in Firefox 44.  And
if you buy a new computer next year after Firefox 44 is released and then
download and install it, Webvisum will no longer work at all, no matter what
you try.  So if you still have an older version of Firefox with a working
version of Wevvisum already installed, do not update to Firefox 43 or else
Wevvisum will no longer work unless you apply the temporary work around
described below.  The reason that Webvisum no longer works starting with
Firefox 43 is that Mozilla now requires all third-party add-ons to be signed
to comply with their security standards.  Unfortunately, Webvisum has not
been maintained by its developers for years, and they no longer even respond
to email inquiries.  So Webvisum is an unsigned add-on that is not approved
by Mozilla.  If you do update to Firefox 43,you can get Webvisum to work by
following these steps:

1.  Open Firefox 43 and in the address bar, type the below line as seen with no spaces:
about:config
2.  You will get a Firefox warning saying: 'This may void your warranty.' Click on  the button that says: 'I'll be careful, I promise.'
3.  tab once to the list of 700 or so items and press the letter X. You are looking for the below item:
xpinstall.signatures.required
4.  When this item is highlighted, press the context key or right click and choose toggel or press T (same thing.)
5.  The highlighted value should change to false as in:
xpinstall.signatures.required;false
6.  Press Control-W to close the Firefox window and then relaunch it.
Webvisum should now work.

 Bill White billwhite92701@...

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 5:28 PM
Subject: Does anyone know whether the problem with webvisum not working with the latest version of firefox has been fixed?

Hi list members, I’d like to know whether the problem of webvisum not working with the latest version of firefox has been fixed yet?  I’d like to let firefox know of this problem but I’m not sure how I would do that or if they would be able to respond to this request in a timely manner.  Thank you for any information that you might have concerning this question.



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Does anyone know whether the problem with webvisum not working with the latest version of firefox has been fixed?

David Ingram
 

Hi list members, I’d like to know whether the problem of webvisum not working with the latest version of firefox has been fixed yet?  I’d like to let firefox know of this problem but I’m not sure how I would do that or if they would be able to respond to this request in a timely manner.  Thank you for any information that you might have concerning this question.


Re: Using the Everything Search in conjunction with JAWS & Windows Live Mail

Kimsan <kimsansong@...>
 

So I have this file in excel called notes of course with the excel extention.

 

I searched for it, a bunch of stuff relating to notes came up but not the excel file. I then went back and did excel.xls and there it was.

I keep forgetting where that file is stored, so I downloaded the program you distributed to see if I could locate it much quicker.

 

From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 5:13 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Using the Everything Search in conjunction with JAWS & Windows Live Mail

 

Kimsan,

         No.  I very seldom use extensions as part of my searches.  The great thing is that you can include spaces in your search criteria and it "AND"s the various parts in the search.  Below is the comprehensive search syntax, if you're not using regular expressions.  You can also set the search to use regular expressions rather than the default search syntax.  If you don't know what they are don't worry about it, but for those who've used them for long periods of time, Linux users in particular, this is a big, big plus.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Operators:

            space   AND

            |           OR

            !           NOT

            < >       Grouping

            " "        Search for an exact phrase.

 

Wildcards:

            *          Matches zero or more characters.

            ?          Matches one character.

            *.*       Same as *

 

Macros:

            quot:    Literal double quote (")

            apos:    Literal apostrophe (')

            amp:    Literal ampersand (&)

            lt:         Literal less than (<)

            gt:        Literal greater than (>)

            #x:       Literal unicode character x code.

 

Modifiers:

            ascii:    Enable fast ASCII case comparisons.

            case:    Match case.

            diacritics:         Match diacritical marks.

            file:      Match files only.

            folder: Match folders only.

            noascii:            Disable fast ASCII case comparisons.

            nocase: Do not match case.

            nodiacritics:     Do not match diacritical marks.

            nofileonly:       Do not allow files only.

            nofolderonly:  Do not allow folders only.

            nopath:            Do not match path.

            noregex:          Disable regex.

            nowfn: Do not match the whole filename.

            nowholefilename:        Do not match the whole filename.

            nowholeword: Do not match whole words only.

            nowildcards:   Disable wildcards.

            noww: Do not match whole words only.

            path:    Match path and file name.

            regex:  Enable regex.

            utf8:    Disable fast ASCII case comparisons.

            wfn:     Match the whole filename.

            wholefilename:            Match the whole filename.

            wholeword:     Match whole words only.

            wildcards:       Enable wildcards.

            ww:     Match whole words only.

 

Functions:

            ansicontent:<text>      Search ANSI file content for text.

            attrib:<attributes>       Search for files and folders with the specified file attributes.

            attributes:<attributes> Search for files and folders with the specified file attributes.

            child:<filename>         Search for folders that contain a child with a matching filename.

            childcount:<count>     Search for folders that contain the specified number of subfolders and files.

            childfilecount:<count>           Search for folders that contain the specified number of files.

            childfoldercount:<cnt>           Search for folders that contain the specified number of subfolders.

            content:<text> Search file content for text.

            dateaccessed:<date>   Search for files and folders with the specified date accessed.

            datecreated:<date>     Search for files and folders with the specified date created.

            datemodified:<date>  Search for files and folders with the specified date modified.

            daterun:<date>           Search for files and folders with the specified date run.

            da:<date>        Search for files and folders with the specified date accessed.

            dc:<date>        Search for files and folders with the specified date created.

            dm:<date>      Search for files and folders with the specified date modified.

            dr:<date>        Search for files and folders with the specified date run.

            dupe:   Search for duplicated filenames.

            empty: Search for empty folders.

            endwith:<text>           Filenames (including extension) ending with text.

            ext:<list>         Search for files with a matching extension in the specified semi-colon delimited extension list.

            filelist:<fn1|fn2|...>     Search for a list of file names.

            filelistfilename:<name>          Search for files and folders belonging to the file list filename.

            fsi:<index>      Search for files and folders in the specified zero based internal file system index.

            infolder:<path>           Search for files and folders in the specified path, excluding subfolders.

            len:<length>    Search for files and folders that match the specified filename length.

            parent:<path>  Search for files and folders in the specified path, excluding subfolders.

            parents:<count>          Search for files and folders with the specified number of parent folders.

            rc:<date>         Search for files and folders with the specified recently changed date.

            recentchange:<date>   Search for files and folders with the specified recently changed date.

            root:     Search for files and folders with no parent folders.

            runcount:<count>       Search for files and folders with the specified run count.

            size:<size>       Search for files with the specified size in bytes.

            sizedupe:         Search for duplicated sizes.

            startwith:<text>          Filenames starting with text.

            type:<type>     Search for files and folders with the specified type.

            utf16content:<text>    Search UTF-16 file content for text.

            utf16becontent:<text>            Search UTF-16 Big Endian file content for text.

            utf8content:<text>      Search UTF-8 file content for text.

 

Function Syntax:

            function:value Equal to value.

            function:<=value         Less than or equal to value.

            function:<value           Less than value.

            function:=value           Equal to value.

            function:>value           Greater than value.

            function:>=value         Greater than or equal to value.

            function:start..end       Is in the range of values from start to end.

            function:start-end       Is in the range of values from start to end.

 

Size Syntax:

            size[kb|mb|gb]

 

Size Constants:

            empty

            tiny      0 KB < size <= 10 KB

            small    10 KB < size <= 100 KB

            medium           100 KB < size <= 1 MB

            large    1 MB < size <= 16 MB

            huge    16 MB < size <= 128 MB

            gigantic           size > 128 MB

            unknown

 

Date Syntax:

            year

            month/year or year/month depending on locale settings

            day/month/year, month/day/year or year/month/day depending on locale settings

 

Date Constants:

            today

            yesterday

            tomorrow

            <last|past|prev|current|this|coming|next><year|month|week>

            <last|past|prev|coming|next><x><years|months|weeks|hours|minutes|mins|seconds|secs>

            january|february|march|april|may|june|july|august|september|october|november|december

            jan|feb|mar|apr|may|jun|jul|aug|sep|oct|nov|dec

            sunday|monday|tuesday|wednesday|thursday|friday|saturday

            sun|mon|tue|wed|thu|fri|sat

            unknown

 

Attribute Constants:

            A         Archive

            C         Compressed

            D         Directory

            E          Encrypted

            H         Hidden

            I           Content indexed

            L          Reparse point

            N         Normal

            O         Offline

            P          Sparse file

            R         Read only

            S          System

            T          Temporary

            V         Device


Re: Using the Everything Search in conjunction with JAWS & Windows Live Mail

 

Kimsan,

         No.  I very seldom use extensions as part of my searches.  The great thing is that you can include spaces in your search criteria and it "AND"s the various parts in the search.  Below is the comprehensive search syntax, if you're not using regular expressions.  You can also set the search to use regular expressions rather than the default search syntax.  If you don't know what they are don't worry about it, but for those who've used them for long periods of time, Linux users in particular, this is a big, big plus.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Operators:

space AND

| OR

! NOT

< > Grouping

" " Search for an exact phrase.


Wildcards:

* Matches zero or more characters.

? Matches one character.

*.* Same as *


Macros:

quot: Literal double quote (")

apos: Literal apostrophe (')

amp: Literal ampersand (&)

lt: Literal less than (<)

gt: Literal greater than (>)

#x: Literal unicode character x code.


Modifiers:

ascii: Enable fast ASCII case comparisons.

case: Match case.

diacritics: Match diacritical marks.

file: Match files only.

folder: Match folders only.

noascii: Disable fast ASCII case comparisons.

nocase: Do not match case.

nodiacritics: Do not match diacritical marks.

nofileonly: Do not allow files only.

nofolderonly: Do not allow folders only.

nopath: Do not match path.

noregex: Disable regex.

nowfn: Do not match the whole filename.

nowholefilename: Do not match the whole filename.

nowholeword: Do not match whole words only.

nowildcards: Disable wildcards.

noww: Do not match whole words only.

path: Match path and file name.

regex: Enable regex.

utf8: Disable fast ASCII case comparisons.

wfn: Match the whole filename.

wholefilename: Match the whole filename.

wholeword: Match whole words only.

wildcards: Enable wildcards.

ww: Match whole words only.


Functions:

ansicontent:<text> Search ANSI file content for text.

attrib:<attributes> Search for files and folders with the specified file attributes.

attributes:<attributes> Search for files and folders with the specified file attributes.

child:<filename> Search for folders that contain a child with a matching filename.

childcount:<count> Search for folders that contain the specified number of subfolders and files.

childfilecount:<count> Search for folders that contain the specified number of files.

childfoldercount:<cnt> Search for folders that contain the specified number of subfolders.

content:<text> Search file content for text.

dateaccessed:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date accessed.

datecreated:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date created.

datemodified:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date modified.

daterun:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date run.

da:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date accessed.

dc:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date created.

dm:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date modified.

dr:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified date run.

dupe: Search for duplicated filenames.

empty: Search for empty folders.

endwith:<text> Filenames (including extension) ending with text.

ext:<list> Search for files with a matching extension in the specified semi-colon delimited extension list.

filelist:<fn1|fn2|...> Search for a list of file names.

filelistfilename:<name> Search for files and folders belonging to the file list filename.

fsi:<index> Search for files and folders in the specified zero based internal file system index.

infolder:<path> Search for files and folders in the specified path, excluding subfolders.

len:<length> Search for files and folders that match the specified filename length.

parent:<path> Search for files and folders in the specified path, excluding subfolders.

parents:<count> Search for files and folders with the specified number of parent folders.

rc:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified recently changed date.

recentchange:<date> Search for files and folders with the specified recently changed date.

root: Search for files and folders with no parent folders.

runcount:<count> Search for files and folders with the specified run count.

size:<size> Search for files with the specified size in bytes.

sizedupe: Search for duplicated sizes.

startwith:<text> Filenames starting with text.

type:<type> Search for files and folders with the specified type.

utf16content:<text> Search UTF-16 file content for text.

utf16becontent:<text> Search UTF-16 Big Endian file content for text.

utf8content:<text> Search UTF-8 file content for text.


Function Syntax:

function:value Equal to value.

function:<=value Less than or equal to value.

function:<value Less than value.

function:=value Equal to value.

function:>value Greater than value.

function:>=value Greater than or equal to value.

function:start..end Is in the range of values from start to end.

function:start-end Is in the range of values from start to end.


Size Syntax:

size[kb|mb|gb]


Size Constants:

empty

tiny 0 KB < size <= 10 KB

small 10 KB < size <= 100 KB

medium 100 KB < size <= 1 MB

large 1 MB < size <= 16 MB

huge 16 MB < size <= 128 MB

gigantic size > 128 MB

unknown


Date Syntax:

year

month/year or year/month depending on locale settings

day/month/year, month/day/year or year/month/day depending on locale settings


Date Constants:

today

yesterday

tomorrow

<last|past|prev|current|this|coming|next><year|month|week>

<last|past|prev|coming|next><x><years|months|weeks|hours|minutes|mins|seconds|secs>

january|february|march|april|may|june|july|august|september|october|november|december

jan|feb|mar|apr|may|jun|jul|aug|sep|oct|nov|dec

sunday|monday|tuesday|wednesday|thursday|friday|saturday

sun|mon|tue|wed|thu|fri|sat

unknown


Attribute Constants:

A Archive

C Compressed

D Directory

E Encrypted

H Hidden

I Content indexed

L Reparse point

N Normal

O Offline

P Sparse file

R Read only

S System

T Temporary

V Device


Re: Scheduling program

Maria Campbell
 

I think it is. Thanks.
As far as updating is concerned I have mine set to check but to let me choose downloading and installing.

On 1/16/2016 6:36 PM, HH. Smith Jr. wrote:
Hi Maria,

If I understand your enquiry in your posting, you need what is sounds to me is
a download manager. The best that I know that is also accessible to JAWS is
Internet Download Manager. Currently version 6 has been released. There is a
trial for 30days. You can download the trial at the following link:
http://mirror2.internetdownloadmanager.com/idman625build10.exe?v=lt&filename=idman625build10.exe

at
a price of $24.95 as an promotional offer then going up to $29.95. if
scheduling your downloads, this software seems pretty stout and able to take
care of your needs. That is if this is what you're looking for

-----Original Message-----
From: Soronel Haetir [mailto:soronel.haetir@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 7:42 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Scheduling program

I used to use getright before my connection improved, I am pretty sure it can
do that, and at the time it was accessible, but that was also a decade ago,
things may have gone down hill in the meantime.

On 1/16/16, Brian Vogel <britechguy@gmail.com> wrote:
Maria,

There is no program that I know of, per se, but this can be
accomplished manually on all versions of Windows that I've worked
with, but it's done slightly differently depending on which version of
Windows you're using.

Up through Windows 8.1 you just turn off automatic updating
via Windows itself and then turn it back on just before your "cheap data
window"
comes into play and let it go to town then.

In Windows 10 you go to the Network & Internet Settings,
WiFi Pane, Advanced Options Link and set the Metered Connection switch to
On.
Windows will not download Windows updates over a metered connection.
You can go back in and set the same switch back to Off just before
your "cheap data window" then reset it to On later to prevent updates
until you want to allow them again.

Brian

--
Soronel Haetir
soronel.haetir@gmail.com








--

Sunny Day
Maria Campbell
lucky1@ct.metrocast.net

Be patient with God: Be patient with yourself: Be patient with others.


Re: Scheduling program

HH. Smith Jr.
 

Hi Maria,

If I understand your enquiry in your posting, you need what is sounds to me is
a download manager. The best that I know that is also accessible to JAWS is
Internet Download Manager. Currently version 6 has been released. There is a
trial for 30days. You can download the trial at the following link:
http://mirror2.internetdownloadmanager.com/idman625build10.exe?v=lt&filename=idman625build10.exe

at
a price of $24.95 as an promotional offer then going up to $29.95. if
scheduling your downloads, this software seems pretty stout and able to take
care of your needs. That is if this is what you're looking for

-----Original Message-----
From: Soronel Haetir [mailto:soronel.haetir@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 7:42 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Scheduling program

I used to use getright before my connection improved, I am pretty sure it can
do that, and at the time it was accessible, but that was also a decade ago,
things may have gone down hill in the meantime.

On 1/16/16, Brian Vogel <britechguy@gmail.com> wrote:
Maria,

There is no program that I know of, per se, but this can be
accomplished manually on all versions of Windows that I've worked
with, but it's done slightly differently depending on which version of
Windows you're using.

Up through Windows 8.1 you just turn off automatic updating
via Windows itself and then turn it back on just before your "cheap data
window"
comes into play and let it go to town then.

In Windows 10 you go to the Network & Internet Settings,
WiFi Pane, Advanced Options Link and set the Metered Connection switch to
On.
Windows will not download Windows updates over a metered connection.
You can go back in and set the same switch back to Off just before
your "cheap data window" then reset it to On later to prevent updates
until you want to allow them again.

Brian

--
Soronel Haetir
soronel.haetir@gmail.com


Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Adrian Spratt
 

Right, sorry.

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 6:40 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

It's not an .exe file to begin with. it's an xpi file type.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

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

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:36 PM

Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Bill,

 

I’ve been trying to install Plain Old Favorites today, but I just can’t get it to work. I have the .exe in my downloads folder, but MS doesn’t recognize the file type. I was taken to a recommendation to install Free Viewer, which handles various file types that apparently include Firefox add-ons and extension, but I can’t get Free Viewer even to download, never mind install.

 

The Free viewer webpage is here:

http://www.freeviewer.com/

 

Any better ideas? Also, When I open Firefox add-ons, all I get is a list of recommended add-ons. I can’t get beyond that point.

 

For the record, I have Firefox 43.0.4, Win7 and JAWS 17.

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hi, Tom. I also use PlainOldFavorites in Firefox. Adding favorites in Firefox works the same way it does for Internet Explorer. All you need to do is to go to the page you want to make a favorite for in Firefox. Once you are there, Press Alt plus the letter A. Then press the Enter key, and the favorite is automatically added. The thing which may be confusing is that the favorite will appear at the bottom of the favorites list in Firefox instead of being in alphabetical order. If you want the list to be in alphabetical order again, you must go to the PlainOldFavorites AdOn in the AdOns manager in Firefox, Click on the PlainOldFavorites Adon. It will then say Read Only. Tab to the options for that option. Select the option "Sort By Name". If the option says it is checked, press the space Bar to uncheck this option, then press the Space Bar to re-check the option. Tab to the OK button, and press Enter. Then Press Alt plus W to close Firefox. When you open Firefox again, the favorites will appear in alphabetical order.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

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

From: Tom Behler

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 8:09 AM

Subject: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hello, everyone.

 

A while back, I imported internet favorites from Internet Explorer to Firefox using the add-on tool called plain old favorites.

 

 

http://www.iosart.com/firefox/plainoldfavorites/

 

 

Since I now am using Firefox as my main internet browser, I’m interested in adding some additional favorites to my favorites list.

 

I can find the tab that says “add favorites”, but when I attempt to do this, nothing happens.  Jaws says nothing, and I appear to get a blank screen.

 

Am I missing a step here, or is there a different way to add new favorites to my favorites list in Firefox?

 

Thank you!

 

Dr.  Tom Behler from Michigan

 

 



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Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Hi again, Adrian. PlainOldFavorites is an unsigned AdOn. For this reason, you must change your about:config file in Firefox to make it work. It only works in Firefox. To install the Adon, you must download it from the following link:
 
 
After this, do the following:
 
1.  Open Firefox 43 and in the address bar, type the below line as seen
with no spaces:
about:config
2.  You will get a Firefox warning saying: 'This may void your
warranty.' Click on  the button that says: 'I'll be
careful, I promise.'
3.  tab once to the list of 700 or so items and press the letter X. You
are looking for the below item:
xpinstall.signatures.required
4.  When this item is highlighted, press the context key or right click
and choose toggel or press T (same thing.)
5.  The highlighted value should change to false as in:
xpinstall.signatures.required;false
6.  Press Control-W to close the Firefox window and then relaunch it.
PlainOldFavorites should now work.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

Bill,

 

I’ve been trying to install Plain Old Favorites today, but I just can’t get it to work. I have the .exe in my downloads folder, but MS doesn’t recognize the file type. I was taken to a recommendation to install Free Viewer, which handles various file types that apparently include Firefox add-ons and extension, but I can’t get Free Viewer even to download, never mind install.

 

The Free viewer webpage is here:

http://www.freeviewer.com/

 

Any better ideas? Also, When I open Firefox add-ons, all I get is a list of recommended add-ons. I can’t get beyond that point.

 

For the record, I have Firefox 43.0.4, Win7 and JAWS 17.

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 3:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hi, Tom. I also use PlainOldFavorites in Firefox. Adding favorites in Firefox works the same way it does for Internet Explorer. All you need to do is to go to the page you want to make a favorite for in Firefox. Once you are there, Press Alt plus the letter A. Then press the Enter key, and the favorite is automatically added. The thing which may be confusing is that the favorite will appear at the bottom of the favorites list in Firefox instead of being in alphabetical order. If you want the list to be in alphabetical order again, you must go to the PlainOldFavorites AdOn in the AdOns manager in Firefox, Click on the PlainOldFavorites Adon. It will then say Read Only. Tab to the options for that option. Select the option "Sort By Name". If the option says it is checked, press the space Bar to uncheck this option, then press the Space Bar to re-check the option. Tab to the OK button, and press Enter. Then Press Alt plus W to close Firefox. When you open Firefox again, the favorites will appear in alphabetical order.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

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

From: Tom Behler

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 8:09 AM

Subject: Adding Favorites In Firefox

 

Hello, everyone.

 

A while back, I imported internet favorites from Internet Explorer to Firefox using the add-on tool called plain old favorites.

 

 

http://www.iosart.com/firefox/plainoldfavorites/

 

 

Since I now am using Firefox as my main internet browser, I’m interested in adding some additional favorites to my favorites list.

 

I can find the tab that says “add favorites”, but when I attempt to do this, nothing happens.  Jaws says nothing, and I appear to get a blank screen.

 

Am I missing a step here, or is there a different way to add new favorites to my favorites list in Firefox?

 

Thank you!

 

Dr.  Tom Behler from Michigan

 

 



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Re: Using the Everything Search in conjunction with JAWS & Windows Live Mail

Kimsan <kimsansong@...>
 

As far as file names are concerned, am I needing to put the file extention when typing what I’m looking for?

 

 

 

From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 12:33 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Using the Everything Search in conjunction with JAWS & Windows Live Mail

 

I believe I have posted about the Everything Search program on these forums before, but if not, here goes.  Everything can be downloaded in 32-bit and 64-bit versions from .voidtools.com.  It is an absolutely marvelous tool that does exactly what it says it will:  searches everything, based upon the file name, on the fixed drives on your computer.  Since I'm old school I generally remember what I've called files, at least important ones, and have far more reason to search for a "lost file" using its name, or part of it, than by using Windows Search to search based on either file name or text in a file.

If you are good about remembering your file names Everything can make adding multiple attachments to an e-mail that reside in a bunch of different folders much faster than having to navigate repeatedly in the Open dialog.

This can be done as follows:

1.  Use Everything to search for the file you want.  You can narrow your options very quickly using their simple search syntax.  For example, if you have a filename that includes spaces and named "Evaluation of Stock Markets in Different Parts of the World.docx" you will probably find it by entering, "eval* stock world".  The spaces in the search string are important.

2.  After entering your search criteria, either hit TAB or DOWN ARROW to take JAWS to the list of files returned.

3.  Go through that list using your preferred method in JAWS until you find the file in the search results you want.

4.  Hit CTRL+C to copy the file to the clipboard.  This also places the full path to the file on the clipboard in case that's what's needed, and in this case it is.

5.  In your e-mail program, open the attach dialog, and simply hit CTRL+V to paste the full path to the file into the "File" field, then close the dialog as necessary to actually attach the file.

The above works like a charm in Windows Live Mail when a variety of files, from a variety of locations, whose names you know need to be attached to an e-mail message.  It is far, far faster to use Everything to locate the individual files with the Cut/Paste technique for the full file path into the open dialog File edit box than it is to navigate all over the place for each and every one of these files if they're not in either the same folder or folders very "close" to one another in the tree structure.

Brian 


Re: Scheduling program

Soronel Haetir
 

I used to use getright before my connection improved, I am pretty sure
it can do that, and at the time it was accessible, but that was also a
decade ago, things may have gone down hill in the meantime.

On 1/16/16, Brian Vogel <britechguy@gmail.com> wrote:
Maria,

          There is no program that I know of, per se, but this can be
accomplished manually on all versions of Windows that I've worked with, but
it's done slightly differently depending on which version of Windows you're
using.

          Up through Windows 8.1 you just turn off automatic updating via
Windows itself and then turn it back on just before your "cheap data window"
comes into play and let it go to town then.

          In Windows 10 you go to the Network & Internet Settings, WiFi
Pane, Advanced Options Link and set the Metered Connection switch to On.
 Windows will not download Windows updates over a metered connection.  You
can go back in and set the same switch back to Off just before your "cheap
data window" then reset it to On later to prevent updates until you want to
allow them again.

Brian
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Soronel Haetir
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