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Re: How to get location from "File Save" dialog

Soronel Haetir
 

It's not super easy but still fairly easy, if you tab through the
dialog controls, just after Cancel in the default dialog there is a
"Desktop" split button, from there each time you hit right arrow jaws
will read a single path component.

I'm pretty sure the save as dialog has been like that since at least Vista.

Also, you can right click on that desktop button and there is an "Edit
address" choice, that allows you to hear the entire path at one go.

On 8/27/15, Paul Martz via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:
Hi all.

Is there a quick way to get JAWS to read the location (i.e., library name
or
filesystem path) while in a "File Save" dialog?

Some apps use the "Documents" library as the default. Other apps have their
own location as the default. If you change the location when you save a
file, this is "sticky" for some apps, and for other apps it is not sticky.
Even if it is sticky, if it's been a while since I saved a file in the app,
I may have forgotten where I last saved the file. So the bottom line is:
Just about any time I save a file, I'd like to quickly find out where the
"File Save" dialog is set to save the file, before I click the save button.

It'd be nice if I could just hit JAWSKEY + T, but unfortunately, the
current
location path is not displayed in the title bar of the "File Save" dialog,
so this doesn't work.

The "File Save" dialog typically opens with focus in the file name field.
The only way I know to obtain the location is to SHIFT + TAB about a half
dozen times until I get to the confusingly titles "toolbar desktop split
button", press spacebar, then hit JAWSKEY + UP ARROW to read the current
line. Note that the number of times I have to hit SHIFT + TAB to get to the
"toolbar desktop split button" is variable, as the number of controls
varies
depending on the currently set location. So this method is time consuming
and rather a PITA.

Making matters worse, many applications use custom versions of the "File
Save" dialog. Each new version of MS Office, for example, has a completely
different "File Save" dialog. Other older apps, such as FS OpenBook, have
an
old Windows 98 style of "File Save". Just as an example. How I get JAWS to
read the current location varies depending on the style of "File Save"
dialog the application is using.

This is really a problem that is screaming for a built-in JAWS solution
that
would be universal across all applications and styles of "File Save"
dialogs.

Any ideas?

As a final note, I train blind and visually impaired people on using the
computer with JAWS, and one of the most frequent problems people encounter
is that they don't know where they are saving their documents and
subsequently are unable to locate them.
-Paul



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How to get location from "File Save" dialog

Paul Martz <skewmatrix@...>
 

Hi all.

Is there a quick way to get JAWS to read the location (i.e., library name or
filesystem path) while in a "File Save" dialog?

Some apps use the "Documents" library as the default. Other apps have their
own location as the default. If you change the location when you save a
file, this is "sticky" for some apps, and for other apps it is not sticky.
Even if it is sticky, if it's been a while since I saved a file in the app,
I may have forgotten where I last saved the file. So the bottom line is:
Just about any time I save a file, I'd like to quickly find out where the
"File Save" dialog is set to save the file, before I click the save button.

It'd be nice if I could just hit JAWSKEY + T, but unfortunately, the current
location path is not displayed in the title bar of the "File Save" dialog,
so this doesn't work.

The "File Save" dialog typically opens with focus in the file name field.
The only way I know to obtain the location is to SHIFT + TAB about a half
dozen times until I get to the confusingly titles "toolbar desktop split
button", press spacebar, then hit JAWSKEY + UP ARROW to read the current
line. Note that the number of times I have to hit SHIFT + TAB to get to the
"toolbar desktop split button" is variable, as the number of controls varies
depending on the currently set location. So this method is time consuming
and rather a PITA.

Making matters worse, many applications use custom versions of the "File
Save" dialog. Each new version of MS Office, for example, has a completely
different "File Save" dialog. Other older apps, such as FS OpenBook, have an
old Windows 98 style of "File Save". Just as an example. How I get JAWS to
read the current location varies depending on the style of "File Save"
dialog the application is using.

This is really a problem that is screaming for a built-in JAWS solution that
would be universal across all applications and styles of "File Save"
dialogs.

Any ideas?

As a final note, I train blind and visually impaired people on using the
computer with JAWS, and one of the most frequent problems people encounter
is that they don't know where they are saving their documents and
subsequently are unable to locate them.
-Paul


Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

HAMILTON
 

Also, when you check the system volume control, do you know if IE is active
when you look at the "volume mixer"? If it is not, it would not show up on
the " volume mixer" list. If it is, I am at a loss to help further along
this line of approach.

Otherwise, could the "volume on the YouTube page" be accessed with the Touch
Cursor?

Jim H

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Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Adrian, turn off your virtual cursor with a inserrt+z.
then tab a couple of times so that the flash interface has focus and use
up/Down Arrow to raise/lower the volume.



On 8/26/2015 3:57 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
Thanks, Maria, but not on my Win7 system. In that dialog there is an IE
volume control, but not one specifically for YouTube. It might show up if I
have YouTube running on Firefox, but that wouldn't solve my IE issue.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Maria
Campbell via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:33 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Maria Campbell
Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

If you have Windows 7 and possibly higher, you can access the YouTube
volume as follows.
Go to system tray and find speaker icon and press enter on volume mixer.
Then tab to volume for YouTube and raise or lower with up or down arrows.

On 8/26/2015 3:06 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube
when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a
good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that
I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on
YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel
for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the
YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it
required asking someone with sight.
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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Ed Marquette <marquette.ed@...>
 

This is correct.
In my documents, I have automatic cross-references enabled.
I have to use control plus left mouse click to get them to work. Automatic cross references are hyperlinks.

Sent from my iPhone

On Aug 26, 2015, at 9:54 PM, Russell Solowoniuk via Jfw <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Try placing the Jaws cursor on the link, holding down the CTRL key, and
doing a left mouse click. I'm not 100% sure, but I think sighted users may
also need to hold down the CTRL key and click to activate a link in a Word
document.

HTH

Russell

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Cc: Adrian Spratt <Adrian@AdrianSpratt.com>
Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Thanks, Tom, but no luck here. It brings up a list, but when I select a link
(this document has 22) and tab to and press OK, nothing happens. Besides,
I'd like to be able to click on the link, as mouse users can, rather than
bring up a list and go through all those steps.

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via Jfw
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Cc: Bissett, Tom
Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

I believe you can use jawsKey F5 to bring up a list of form fields and the
link will be one of them. You can then just tab to the ok button and press
enter to activate.
Tom Bisset
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Cc: Adrian Spratt
Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Hi.

I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse
users combine a right-click with the control key. But every time I
experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line
breaks.

Anyone know the answer?
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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Adrian Spratt
 

Russell,

I had a similar thought, but it doesn't work. However, just now, with focus on the hyperlink, I pressed the applications key, then arrowed down to "open hyperlink." Pressing enter here took me to the linked item. IN the future, applications key, then o, should do it.

Thanks to you and everyone else for your ideas. Michael's insert-F7 is the other approach that works.

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Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 10:55 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Cc: Russell Solowoniuk
Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Try placing the Jaws cursor on the link, holding down the CTRL key, and
doing a left mouse click. I'm not 100% sure, but I think sighted users may
also need to hold down the CTRL key and click to activate a link in a Word
document.

HTH

Russell

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Cc: Adrian Spratt <Adrian@AdrianSpratt.com>
Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Thanks, Tom, but no luck here. It brings up a list, but when I select a link
(this document has 22) and tab to and press OK, nothing happens. Besides,
I'd like to be able to click on the link, as mouse users can, rather than
bring up a list and go through all those steps.

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Bissett, Tom
via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:33 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Bissett, Tom
Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

I believe you can use jawsKey F5 to bring up a list of form fields and the
link will be one of them. You can then just tab to the ok button and press
enter to activate.
Tom Bisset
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via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:24 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Adrian Spratt
Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Hi.

I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse
users combine a right-click with the control key. But every time I
experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line
breaks.

Anyone know the answer?
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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Russell Solowoniuk
 

Try placing the Jaws cursor on the link, holding down the CTRL key, and
doing a left mouse click. I'm not 100% sure, but I think sighted users may
also need to hold down the CTRL key and click to activate a link in a Word
document.

HTH

Russell

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via Jfw
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To: The Jaws for Windows support list. <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Cc: Adrian Spratt <Adrian@AdrianSpratt.com>
Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Thanks, Tom, but no luck here. It brings up a list, but when I select a link
(this document has 22) and tab to and press OK, nothing happens. Besides,
I'd like to be able to click on the link, as mouse users can, rather than
bring up a list and go through all those steps.

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Bissett, Tom
via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:33 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Bissett, Tom
Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

I believe you can use jawsKey F5 to bring up a list of form fields and the
link will be one of them. You can then just tab to the ok button and press
enter to activate.
Tom Bisset
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via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:24 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Adrian Spratt
Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Hi.

I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse
users combine a right-click with the control key. But every time I
experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line
breaks.

Anyone know the answer?
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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Adrian Spratt
 

That's what I did, Mario. For some reason, no cigar on my system.

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Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Adrian, turn off your virtual cursor with a inserrt+z.
then tab a couple of times so that the flash interface has focus and use
up/Down Arrow to raise/lower the volume.



On 8/26/2015 3:57 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
Thanks, Maria, but not on my Win7 system. In that dialog there is an IE volume control, but not one specifically for YouTube. It might show up if I have YouTube running on Firefox, but that wouldn't solve my IE issue.

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Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:33 PM
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Cc: Maria Campbell
Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

If you have Windows 7 and possibly higher, you can access the YouTube
volume as follows.
Go to system tray and find speaker icon and press enter on volume mixer.
Then tab to volume for YouTube and raise or lower with up or down arrows.

On 8/26/2015 3:06 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Mario
 

Adrian, turn off your virtual cursor with a inserrt+z.
then tab a couple of times so that the flash interface has focus and use up/Down Arrow to raise/lower the volume.

On 8/26/2015 3:57 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
Thanks, Maria, but not on my Win7 system. In that dialog there is an IE volume control, but not one specifically for YouTube. It might show up if I have YouTube running on Firefox, but that wouldn't solve my IE issue.

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Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:33 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Maria Campbell
Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

If you have Windows 7 and possibly higher, you can access the YouTube
volume as follows.
Go to system tray and find speaker icon and press enter on volume mixer.
Then tab to volume for YouTube and raise or lower with up or down arrows.

On 8/26/2015 3:06 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Maria Campbell
 

I'm probably mixing apples with oranges and you are probably right.
That's what happens when one isn't too swift.

On 8/26/2015 4:02 PM, Bissett, Tom via Jfw wrote:
Hi Maria, Doesn't that change how the machine handles the volume rather than changing the youtube player volume control?
Tom Bisset
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Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

If you have Windows 7 and possibly higher, you can access the YouTube volume as follows.
Go to system tray and find speaker icon and press enter on volume mixer.
Then tab to volume for YouTube and raise or lower with up or down arrows.

On 8/26/2015 3:06 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Maria Campbell
 

When I turn PC cursor off I see pause and mute and time elapse but no volume slider.

On 8/26/2015 4:11 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
Thanks, Tom, but it doesn't seem to work for me. I've just tabbed through a n entire YouTube page with virtual cursor turned off and found everything plus the kitchen sink, but no player controls. My speakers (MM-1s) don't use a soundcard, and I wonder if that's the difference. But JAWS does detect the player controls when I'm running Firefox.

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Subject: RE: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Hi, the volume slider on the YouTube player can be accessed with IE11 by turning off the virtual cursor then tabbing or in my case shift tabbing until you reach the player controls. When you have tabbed to the player controls tab to the volume slider and the slider will work with the arrow keys as long as you have the virtual cursor turned off. This method also works with the forward and back slider.
Regards
Tom Bisset
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Subject: Volume for YouTube with IE11

The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Adrian Spratt
 

Thanks, Tom, but it doesn't seem to work for me. I've just tabbed through a n entire YouTube page with virtual cursor turned off and found everything plus the kitchen sink, but no player controls. My speakers (MM-1s) don't use a soundcard, and I wonder if that's the difference. But JAWS does detect the player controls when I'm running Firefox.

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Subject: RE: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Hi, the volume slider on the YouTube player can be accessed with IE11 by turning off the virtual cursor then tabbing or in my case shift tabbing until you reach the player controls. When you have tabbed to the player controls tab to the volume slider and the slider will work with the arrow keys as long as you have the virtual cursor turned off. This method also works with the forward and back slider.
Regards
Tom Bisset
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The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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data graphing ideas?

Marianne Denning
 

I asked my technology trainer who does this all of the time. Her name
is Dr. Denise Robinson and here are some videos that show that it can
be done. She may have some lessons you can buy that walks you through
the steps.

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Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2015 16:01:48 -0400
Subject: Re: data graphing ideas?
To: Marianne Denning <marianne@denningweb.com>

send proof
here are videos to go to--my kids do it all the time--tons more but here
are a few
How to make a curved line in a graph using Excel and talking software
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=momCqtdMSM0>

Excel-plotting a line plot graph-copy to Word for Math
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPqTDxa58_E>

Create a scatter graph with trend line using talking software/key commands
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZG2IsoHStQ>

Blind students do Math- inequalities with Excel and answer problems in Word
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDSNYugqr_Y>

Just in case they want to do it with PPT also
Blind student completes a sophisticated Excel then inserts into PowerPoint
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kt0Lxmjik4>

On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 2:10 PM, Marianne Denning <marianne@denningweb.com>
wrote:

I thought you might know the answer to this question. If you reply to
me I can post your answer. I think it would be possible.

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Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2015 15:31:28 +0000
Subject: RE: data graphing ideas?
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Cc: Monique Lalonde <Monique.Lalonde@cnib.ca>

Hi All,

If JAWS can read graph information in Excel, does anyone know how
accessible it would be to create a graph in Excel and copy it into a
Word document? I may need to do this for an Economics class.
Thanks.

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Yes it does exist.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my iPhone using the handwriting feature.

On Aug 26, 2015, at 06:39, Richard B. McDonald via Jfw
<jfw@lists.the-jdh.com> wrote:

Unless I am mistaken, I think somewhere I read that JAWS has a feature that
will describe a graph in Excel. I cannot remember where I read that, but I
suspect it was in the "help" areas for JAWS in Excel. Has anyone else ever
run across this?

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Subject: Re: data graphing ideas?

I think you're on the right track.
the Orion TI-84 Plus Talking Graphing Calculator employs:
. Graph functions and trace points made accessible with speech and audible
tone.
. Listen to entire graph, including special sounds for negative regions and
axis crossing points.

if you want to check it out for more ideas:

https://shop.aph.org/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_Orion%20TI-84%20Plus%
20Talking%20Graphing%20Calculator_1-07340-00P_10001_11051

since you're an experienced programmer, you're more enabled to "make it
so".
but remember, newbie wanna be scriptwriters need to start from the bottom
of
the barrel... have you ever considered to join the JAWS scripting ml? not
to shew you away from this ml, but you can pose more technical questions
about scripting snafoos to get assistance from other experienced
sdcripters.

On 8/20/2015 11:44 AM, Paul Martz via Jfw wrote:
I'll start by saying I don't know of any off-the-shelf graphing
solutions for visually impaired users. So everything that follows is sort
of "what if"
hypothetical stuff, just thinking out loud.

Presenting data to blind and visually impaired users seems like a
mostly uninvestigated area, wide open for new research. There is an
annual academic conference called IEEE Vis: http://ieeevis.org/.
Historically, their focus is to present new research in different ways
to visualize data. As far as I know, they have never bitten off the
challenge of presenting data in non-visual ways. But if you have any
pull in the academic community, perhaps you could get some grad
students to research ways to display data non-visually, with the
end-goal of getting their research published through this conference.

Just thinking off the top of my head, I could imagine a bar chart with
items left-to-right (along the x axis) and values along the y axis. We
could use JAWS to read the value for each item, but instead of just
reading numbers, modulate the JAWS speech pitch in accordance with the
value: larger values would be read with a higher pitch, smaller values
with a lower pitch. So, instead of just hearing a bunch of numbers,
you'd hear pitch changes with each number that would allow the user to
immediately place the value relative to other values. The pitch
changes would give you a "picture" of the values relative to each other.

I'm sure that's a pretty naive approach, but as far as I know, no one
has tried it yet. It might be an interesting challenge for the JAWS
scripting language.
-Paul



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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Adrian Spratt
 

Yes, that's the trick. It works. Ideally, we could click on the link without going into links list mode, but this is better than anything else I've tried. Thanks.

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Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

If it is a hyperlink, you can probably use JAWS Key or Insert plus F7, to
bring up a list of links in the document.


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I believe you can use jawsKey F5 to bring up a list of form fields and the
link will be one of them. You can then just tab to the ok button and press
enter to activate.
Tom Bisset
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Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Hi.

I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse
users combine a right-click with the control key. But every time I
experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line
breaks.

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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Bissett, Tom <tom.bissett@...>
 

Hi Maria, Doesn't that change how the machine handles the volume rather than changing the youtube player volume control?
Tom Bisset

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Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

If you have Windows 7 and possibly higher, you can access the YouTube volume as follows.
Go to system tray and find speaker icon and press enter on volume mixer.
Then tab to volume for YouTube and raise or lower with up or down arrows.

On 8/26/2015 3:06 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Michael Mote
 

If it is a hyperlink, you can probably use JAWS Key or Insert plus F7, to
bring up a list of links in the document.

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Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

I believe you can use jawsKey F5 to bring up a list of form fields and the
link will be one of them. You can then just tab to the ok button and press
enter to activate.
Tom Bisset
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Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Hi.

I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse
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experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line
breaks.

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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Adrian Spratt
 

Thanks, Maria, but not on my Win7 system. In that dialog there is an IE volume control, but not one specifically for YouTube. It might show up if I have YouTube running on Firefox, but that wouldn't solve my IE issue.

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Subject: Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

If you have Windows 7 and possibly higher, you can access the YouTube
volume as follows.
Go to system tray and find speaker icon and press enter on volume mixer.
Then tab to volume for YouTube and raise or lower with up or down arrows.

On 8/26/2015 3:06 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Adrian Spratt
 

Thanks, Tom, but no luck here. It brings up a list, but when I select a link (this document has 22) and tab to and press OK, nothing happens. Besides, I'd like to be able to click on the link, as mouse users can, rather than bring up a list and go through all those steps.

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Subject: RE: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

I believe you can use jawsKey F5 to bring up a list of form fields and the link will be one of them. You can then just tab to the ok button and press enter to activate.
Tom Bisset
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Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Hi.

I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse users combine a right-click with the control key. But every time I experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line breaks.

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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

I think it's left click, but it's been a while.

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Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

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I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse users combine a right-click with the control key. But every time I experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line breaks.

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Re: Volume for YouTube with IE11

Maria Campbell
 

If you have Windows 7 and possibly higher, you can access the YouTube volume as follows.
Go to system tray and find speaker icon and press enter on volume mixer.
Then tab to volume for YouTube and raise or lower with up or down arrows.

On 8/26/2015 3:06 PM, Adrian Spratt via Jfw wrote:
The other day I posted a query after losing lost all sound on YouTube when using IE11 as my browser. I now have the solution, though it isn't a good one.

Several people offered suggestions, but nothing worked. Keep in mind that I could get sound on other websites with IE11, and I could also get sound on YouTube with Firefox. In my query, I noted that JAWS showed a volume panel for YouTube that it didn't detect when IE11 was the browser.

I've now confirmed that the solution is to raise the volume on the YouTube page when using IE11. Since this setting is not accessible, it required asking someone with sight.
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Re: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Bissett, Tom <tom.bissett@...>
 

I believe you can use jawsKey F5 to bring up a list of form fields and the link will be one of them. You can then just tab to the ok button and press enter to activate.
Tom Bisset

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Subject: How to click on a hyperlink in a Word document

Hi.

I can't figure out how to click on a hyperlink in Word 2010. I believe mouse users combine a right-click with the control key. But every time I experiment with this or that possible equivalent, all I do is add line breaks.

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