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Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Debby Hill
 

Hi Kimber,

What you are describing and what others are describing are two different things. I had the problem with the remote access, and it is truly annoying. What version of JAWS are you using on your local computer and on the remote computer? If it is anything below version 12, I may be able to help.

Debby

----- Original Message -----
From: Kimber Gardner <kimbersinbox1963@...
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...
Date sent: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 07:35:13 -0400
Subject: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Hi All,

Not sure how many of you have used Jaws for remote access, but I would
appreciate any help.

When I'm signed on to my work computer via a vpn using remote desktop,
occasionally the alt key seems to stick. That is whenever I press any
key I first hear "alt" followed by the name of the key be that up
arrow or whatever. The only way to unstick the alt key is to reboot
the local computer.

Is there another method for resetting the keyboard and unsticking the alt key?

Thanks,
Kim

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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Gary King
 

George,
To quote your favorite saying, "What does this have to do with JAWS?" Perhaps you and Chris should go outside and learn to play nice together!

Gary King
w4wkz@...

----- Original Message -----
From: "George B" <gbmagoo@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 7:49 AM
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


o my chris sorry we all are not perfect like you

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...
jdh.com] On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 17:51
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Hey John, could you script a spellchecker for our friend there?

At 06:55 PM 10/23/2011, you wrote:
I think finding a job would be easier if you look in fields that
actually exist. I've never heard of any openings in the finanical
industry. Anyone here working in finanicals?
----- Original Message ----- From: "George B" <gbmagoo@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 5:21 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


well this is true, and john said he will not do a finanical
software and
that is what a lot of blind need in today's world for jobs and
life. but o
yes he should do something for the few who like music, that would
be about
as helpfull as the f m radio in the braille notes, voice sense
and etc.
that really helped in me getting a job hehaheha

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...
jdh.com] On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 12:40
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Let's not forget that Jaws is an acronym for Job Access With
Speech, or at least that was the original idea. :)




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Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

If beating it to death doesn't work (and sometimes it doesn't) dumping
and reloading JAWS will. It's drastic, but it works.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@...
[mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Farfar on Laptop
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 10:24 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Kimber,

Knowing that there is a problem has never been an issue for FS.
Owning up to their contribution to it, is another matter. They have
traditionally blamed the Microsoft key handler as the real problem, but
I
don't hear my sighted colleagues ever mentioning sticky keys.

Go figure, and just consider how FS's Openbook leave behind a sticky
Control
key as a glaring indictment of the ownership.

You're right. After all these years, it would be easy for FS to build in
an
un-stick subroutine in their scripts or underlying code.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kimber Gardner" <kimbersinbox1963@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 07:13
Subject: Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access


Thanks Dave. Hmm, interesting that they seem to know what causes it
yet it hasn't been fixed in all these releases.

I'll try the key tap solution next time it happens.

Thanks again

On 10/24/11, Farfar on Laptop <dgcarlson@...> wrote:
Kimber,

Stuck modifier keys is a very common occurrence (at least for me with
all
my
different versions of JAWS and hardware). It's been around since JAWS
3.5
and my old HP pavilion with Windows 2000.

That said, it happens most often for me after using Openbook.

Your case is not unusual.

Don't reboot. Just alternately rapidly tap each of the modifier keys
one
at
a time. e.g. left alt, right alt, left alt right alt etc. several
times in
succession. Then do the same with control, shift, and the windows
keys.
If
you don't have one of these as a pair, just tap the individual key
rapidly.

This sounds crazy but it does unstick the key.

It's not a mechanical problem. It's related to the key code decoding
in
the
JAWS processing. At least that's what FS support has said for several
years.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay
Area
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kimber Gardner" <kimbersinbox1963@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 04:35
Subject: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access


Hi All,

Not sure how many of you have used Jaws for remote access, but I would
appreciate any help.

When I'm signed on to my work computer via a vpn using remote desktop,
occasionally the alt key seems to stick. That is whenever I press any
key I first hear "alt" followed by the name of the key be that up
arrow or whatever. The only way to unstick the alt key is to reboot
the local computer.

Is there another method for resetting the keyboard and unsticking the
alt
key?

Thanks,
Kim

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Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Curtis Delzer
 

JFW has had this issue for years where either the ALT key or the CONTROL keys stick. The only solution is to seriously, :) tap the offending key several times, and if on a remote machine, I don't know how you would do that from your location. :)

If it happens on your local machine, just tap the offending key many times and it clears up, eventually, though you'll have some weird key combinations before you figure out that there is a key sticking, not mechanically sticking, just electronically in JFW'S keyboard driver.
I've not seen that in other screen readers, and it does not happen often with JFW, but when it does, you'll know. :)

Curtis Delzer



At 06:35 AM 10/24/2011, you wrote:
Hi All,

Not sure how many of you have used Jaws for remote access, but I would
appreciate any help.

When I'm signed on to my work computer via a vpn using remote desktop,
occasionally the alt key seems to stick. That is whenever I press any
key I first hear "alt" followed by the name of the key be that up
arrow or whatever. The only way to unstick the alt key is to reboot
the local computer.

Is there another method for resetting the keyboard and unsticking the alt key?

Thanks,
Kim

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Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Dave...
 

Kimber,

Knowing that there is a problem has never been an issue for FS.
Owning up to their contribution to it, is another matter. They have
traditionally blamed the Microsoft key handler as the real problem, but I
don't hear my sighted colleagues ever mentioning sticky keys.

Go figure, and just consider how FS's Openbook leave behind a sticky Control
key as a glaring indictment of the ownership.

You're right. After all these years, it would be easy for FS to build in an
un-stick subroutine in their scripts or underlying code.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kimber Gardner" <kimbersinbox1963@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 07:13
Subject: Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access


Thanks Dave. Hmm, interesting that they seem to know what causes it
yet it hasn't been fixed in all these releases.

I'll try the key tap solution next time it happens.

Thanks again

On 10/24/11, Farfar on Laptop <dgcarlson@...> wrote:
Kimber,

Stuck modifier keys is a very common occurrence (at least for me with all
my
different versions of JAWS and hardware). It's been around since JAWS 3.5
and my old HP pavilion with Windows 2000.

That said, it happens most often for me after using Openbook.

Your case is not unusual.

Don't reboot. Just alternately rapidly tap each of the modifier keys one
at
a time. e.g. left alt, right alt, left alt right alt etc. several times in
succession. Then do the same with control, shift, and the windows keys.
If
you don't have one of these as a pair, just tap the individual key
rapidly.

This sounds crazy but it does unstick the key.

It's not a mechanical problem. It's related to the key code decoding in
the
JAWS processing. At least that's what FS support has said for several
years.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kimber Gardner" <kimbersinbox1963@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 04:35
Subject: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access


Hi All,

Not sure how many of you have used Jaws for remote access, but I would
appreciate any help.

When I'm signed on to my work computer via a vpn using remote desktop,
occasionally the alt key seems to stick. That is whenever I press any
key I first hear "alt" followed by the name of the key be that up
arrow or whatever. The only way to unstick the alt key is to reboot
the local computer.

Is there another method for resetting the keyboard and unsticking the alt
key?

Thanks,
Kim

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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Chris Smart <csmart8@...>
 

I never claimed to be perfect George, just not too bad at basic English comprehension.

At 08:49 AM 10/24/2011, you wrote:
o my chris sorry we all are not perfect like you


-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...
jdh.com] On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 17:51
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Hey John, could you script a spellchecker for our friend there?

At 06:55 PM 10/23/2011, you wrote:
I think finding a job would be easier if you look in fields that
actually exist. I've never heard of any openings in the finanical
industry. Anyone here working in finanicals?
----- Original Message ----- From: "George B"
<gbmagoo@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 5:21 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


well this is true, and john said he will not do a finanical
software and
that is what a lot of blind need in today's world for jobs and
life. but o
yes he should do something for the few who like music, that would
be about
as helpfull as the f m radio in the braille notes, voice sense
and etc.
that really helped in me getting a job hehaheha

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@...
[mailto:jfw-bounces@...
jdh.com] On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 12:40
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Let's not forget that Jaws is an acronym for Job Access With
Speech, or at least that was the original idea. :)




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Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Kimber Gardner
 

Thanks Dave. Hmm, interesting that they seem to know what causes it
yet it hasn't been fixed in all these releases.

I'll try the key tap solution next time it happens.

Thanks again

On 10/24/11, Farfar on Laptop <dgcarlson@...> wrote:
Kimber,

Stuck modifier keys is a very common occurrence (at least for me with all my
different versions of JAWS and hardware). It's been around since JAWS 3.5
and my old HP pavilion with Windows 2000.

That said, it happens most often for me after using Openbook.

Your case is not unusual.

Don't reboot. Just alternately rapidly tap each of the modifier keys one at
a time. e.g. left alt, right alt, left alt right alt etc. several times in
succession. Then do the same with control, shift, and the windows keys. If
you don't have one of these as a pair, just tap the individual key rapidly.

This sounds crazy but it does unstick the key.

It's not a mechanical problem. It's related to the key code decoding in the
JAWS processing. At least that's what FS support has said for several years.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kimber Gardner" <kimbersinbox1963@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 04:35
Subject: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access


Hi All,

Not sure how many of you have used Jaws for remote access, but I would
appreciate any help.

When I'm signed on to my work computer via a vpn using remote desktop,
occasionally the alt key seems to stick. That is whenever I press any
key I first hear "alt" followed by the name of the key be that up
arrow or whatever. The only way to unstick the alt key is to reboot
the local computer.

Is there another method for resetting the keyboard and unsticking the alt
key?

Thanks,
Kim

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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Chris Smart <csmart8@...>
 

Go into Start Menu, Jaws, Explore Jaws, and press ENTER on Explore the Manuals. That will open a folder. Press ENTER on.
No you don't need a programming background to get started.
Chris

At 02:51 AM 10/24/2011, you wrote:
Hello,
From where we can get these scripts?
Can anyone work on, with the scripts to make an application accessible?
How can I learnthis, so that I can do scripting?
Does scripting require any programming background?
Thank you in advance.

----- Original Message ----- From: "kaveinthran" <kavein2211@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 9:55 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


hi sir,

You can try adobe audition or CCleaner

or, even audacity

On 10/24/2011 2:21 AM, John Martyn wrote:
Hi all,
While I wrap up some last minute scripting projects, I am looking for a new
application to script. I won't be doing any financial applications or office
applications this time, but any other suggestions are welcome.
I've gotten rather quick at doing this so challenges are also welcome.
John Martyn



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Keystrokes


Internet Explorer Keystrokes
Note: The JAWS help system includes detailed information about using Internet Explorer. In your browser, press and hold INSERT and press F1 twice quickly. Once JAWS help is open, press F6 to move to the help topic window.


General
Go Back a Page
ALT+LEFT ARROW or BACKSPACE

Go Forward a Page
ALT+RIGHT ARROW

Go to Home Page
ALT+HOME

Read Address Bar
INSERT+A

Next Link
TAB

Prior Link
SHIFT+TAB

Open Link
ENTER

List Frames
INSERT+F9

List Links
INSERT+F7

List Headings
INSERT+F6

Heading at Level
1 through 6

Personalized Web Settings
SHIFT+INSERT+V

Virtual HTML Features
INSERT+F3

Activate Mouse Over
CTRL+INSERT+ENTER

Move to Next Clickable Element
SLASH

Move to Previous Clickable Element
SHIFT+SLASH

Select Clickable Element
INSERT+CTRL+SLASH

Select a Mouse Over Element
INSERT+WINDOWS KEY+SEMICOLON

JAWS Find Next and Previous F3 and SHIFT+F3 (Internet Explorer only)

Assign Custom Label
CTRL+INSERT+TAB

Move to Next Landmark
SEMICOLON

Move to Previous Landmark
SHIFT+SEMICOLON

Select a Landmark
INSERT+CTRL+SEMICOLON

ARIA Drag-and-Drop
WINDOWS Key+CTRL+EQUALS

ARIA Live Region Text Filter
WINDOWS Key+CTRL+DASH


Tabbed Browsing Quick Keys
Open a New Tab
CTRL+T

Open a New Tab from the Address Bar
ALT+ENTER (on address bar)

Open a New Tab from the Toolbar Search Box
ALT+ENTER (on address bar)

View List of Open Tabs
CTRL+SHIFT+Q

Toggle Quick Tabs (Thumbnail View)
CTRL+Q

Switch to the Next Tab
CTRL+TAB

Switch to the Previous Tab
CTRL+SHIFT+TAB

Switch to a Specific Tab Number
CTRL+n, where n is a digit from 1 through 8

Switch to Last Tab
CTRL+9

Close Current Tab
CTRL+W or CTRL+F4

Close All Tabs
ALT+F4

Close Other Tabs
CTRL+ALT+F4

Open Links in a New Tab in the Background
CTRL+ENTER

Open Links in a New Tab in the Foreground
CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER

Opens and places focus on the Feeds tree view
CTRL+J

Subscribe to Feeds or Web Slices
ALT+J (Internet Explorer 8 or later for Web Slices)


Navigation Quick Keys
Tip: If you hold down SHIFT before pressing one of the following Navigation Quick Keys, you can move to the previous instance of that element, for example, press A to move to the next anchor, press SHIFT+A to move to the previous anchor. In addition, if you hold down CTRL+INSERT while pressing keystrokes with an asterisk (*) next to them, JAWS displays a list of those elements on the page.

Next Anchor
A*

Next Button
B*

Next Combo Box
C*

Next Different Element
D

Next Edit Box
E*

Next Form Control
F

Next Graphic
G*

Next Heading
H

Next Item in a List
I

Jump to Line
J*

Next PlaceMarker
K*

Next List
L*

Next Frame
M

Skip Past Links
N

Next Object Tag
O

Next Paragraph
P*

Next Quote
Q*

Next Radio Button
R*

Next Same Element
S

Next Table
T*

Next Unvisited Link
U

Next Visited Link
V

Next Check Box
X*

Next Division
Z*

Next Element
SHIFT+PERIOD

Previous Element
SHIFT+COMMA


Forms
Enter Forms Mode
ENTER

Exit Forms Mode
NUM PAD PLUS

List Form Fields
INSERT+F5

First Form Field
INSERT+CTRL+HOME

Next Form Field
F

Prior Form Field
SHIFT+F

Last Form Field
INSERT+CTRL+END

Next Button
B

Prior Button
SHIFT+B

List Buttons
CTRL+INSERT+B

Next Combo Box
C

Prior Combo Box
SHIFT+C

List Combo Boxes
CTRL+INSERT+C

Next Edit Box E

Prior Edit Box SHIFT+E

List Edit Boxes
CTRL+INSERT+E

Next Radio Button
R

Prior Radio Button
SHIFT+R

List Radio Buttons
CTRL+INSERT+R

Next Check Box
X

Prior Check Box
SHIFT+X

List Check Boxes
CTRL+INSERT+X


Tables
Next Table
T

Prior Table
SHIFT+T

Select Table
F8

Next Row
WINDOWS KEY+ALT+DOWN ARROW

Prior Row
WINDOWS KEY+ALT+UP ARROW

Read Row
WINDOWS KEY+COMMA or WINDOWS KEY+NUM PAD 5

Next Column
WINDOWS KEY+ALT+RIGHT ARROW

Prior Column
WINDOWS KEY+ALT+LEFT ARROW

Read Column
WINDOWS KEY+PERIOD

Next Cell in Row
ALT+CTRL+RIGHT ARROW

Prior Cell in Row
ALT+CTRL+LEFT ARROW

Cell Below in Column
ALT+CTRL+DOWN ARROW

Cell Above in Column
ALT+CTRL+UP ARROW

Jump to Table Cell
CTRL+WINDOWS KEY+J

Return to Previous Cell
CTRL+WINDOWS KEY+SHIFT+J


PlaceMarkers
Set Temporary PlaceMarker (Permanent Marker for Word)
CTRL+WINDOWS Key+K

Add, Delete, Edit, or Rename Permanent PlaceMarkers
CTRL+SHIFT+K

Move to the Next or Prior PlaceMarker
K or SHIFT+K

Read Text at PlaceMarkers 1 through 4
Number Row Keys 7 through 0

Move to PlaceMarker 1 through 4
SHIFT+ number row keys 7 through 0

Return to PlaceMarker in Word
WINDOWS Key+K

Select Text from PlaceMarker to Cursor Position in Word
INSERT+SPACEBAR followed by M


Frames
Next Frame
M

Prior Frame
SHIFT+M

List Frames
INSERT+F9


Elements
Next Same Element
S

Prior Same Element
SHIFT+S

Next Different Element
D

Prior Different Element
SHIFT+D

Next Element
SHIFT+PERIOD

Prior Element
SHIFT+COMMA

Select Entire Element
F8

Display Entire Element
SHIFT+INSERT+F1

Display Detailed Element Information
CTRL+SHIFT+INSERT+F1

Activate Mouse Over
INSERT+CTRL+ENTER


Desktop Keystrokes
For Reading Text
Say Character
NUM PAD 5

Say Character Phonetically
NUM PAD 5 twice quickly

Say Prior Character
LEFT ARROW

Say Next Character
RIGHT ARROW

Say Word
INSERT+NUM PAD 5

Spell Word
INSERT+NUM PAD 5 twice quickly

Say Prior Word
INSERT+LEFT ARROW

Say Next Word
INSERT+RIGHT ARROW

Say Line
INSERT+UP ARROW

Spell Line
INSERT+UP ARROW twice quickly

Say Prior Line
UP ARROW

Say Next Line
DOWN ARROW

Say Sentence
ALT+NUM PAD 5

Say Prior Sentence
ALT+UP ARROW

Say Next Sentence
ALT+DOWN ARROW

Say Paragraph
CTRL+NUM PAD 5

Say Prior Paragraph
CTRL+UP ARROW

Say Next Paragraph
CTRL+DOWN ARROW

Say to Cursor
INSERT+HOME

Say from Cursor
INSERT+PAGE UP

Say All
INSERT+DOWN ARROW

Rewind During Say All
LEFT ARROW

Fast Forward During Say All
RIGHT ARROW

Say Color
INSERT+5 on the numbers row

Increase Voice Rate During Say All
PAGE UP

Decrease Voice Rate During Say All
PAGE DOWN

Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say All
ALT+CTRL+PAGE UP

Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say All
ALT+CTRL+PAGE DOWN

Screen Refresh
INSERT+ESC

Start Skim Reading
CTRL+INSERT+DOWN ARROW

Change Skim Reading Preferences
CTRL+SHIFT+INSERT+DOWN ARROW

Display Skim Reading Summary
INSERT+WINDOWS KEY+DOWN ARROW

Toggle Speech On and Off
INSERT+SPACEBAR, followed by S


Informational
Interrupt Speech
CTRL

Say Font
INSERT+F

Say Window Title
INSERT+T

Say Window Prompt and Text
INSERT+TAB

JAWS Find
CTRL+INSERT+F

JAWS Find Next
INSERT+F3

JAWS Find Previous
INSERT+SHIFT+F3

Say Top Line of Window
INSERT+END

Say Bottom Line of Window
INSERT+PAGE DOWN

Say Selected Text
INSERT+SHIFT+ DOWN ARROW

Get Application Version
CTRL+INSERT+V


For Cursors and Mouse
PC Cursor
NUM PAD PLUS

JAWS Cursor
NUM PAD MINUS

Route PC Cursor to JAWS Cursor
INSERT+NUM PAD PLUS

Route JAWS Cursor to PC Cursor
INSERT+NUM PAD MINUS

Left Mouse Button
NUM PAD SLASH

Right Mouse Button
NUM PAD STAR

Drag and Drop
CTRL+INSERT+NUM PAD SLASH

Restrict JAWS Cursor
INSERT+R


For Dialog Boxes
Say Default Button of Dialog Box
INSERT+E

Read Window from Top to Bottom
INSERT+B

Read Word in Context
INSERT+C

Say Current Control Hot Key
SHIFT+NUM PAD 5

Open Combo Box
ALT+DOWN ARROW

Close Combo Box
ALT+UP ARROW

Announce Progress Bar Status
INSERT+TAB


For Help
Context Sensitive Help
INSERT+F1

Keyboard Help
INSERT+1

JAWS Help for Applications
INSERT+F1 twice quickly

Hot Key Help
INSERT+H

Windows Key Help
INSERT+W


Miscellaneous
JAWS Window
INSERT+J

Refresh Screen
INSERT+ESC

Adjust JAWS Options
INSERT+V

Run JAWS Manager
INSERT+F2

Shut Down JAWS
INSERT+F4

Window List Dialog
INSERT+F10

Select a System Tray Icon Dialog
INSERT+F11

Say System Time
INSERT+F12

Graphics Labeler
INSERT+G

Auto Graphics Labeler
CTRL+INSERT+G

Pass Key Through
INSERT+3 on the numbers row

Virtualize Window
ALT+INSERT+W

Virtualize Current Control
ALT+SHIFT+INSERT+W

Select Scheme
ALT+INSERT+S

Select Language
CTRL+WINDOWS KEY+L

Select Synthesizer CTRL+INSERT+S

Read Columns 1 through 10 of a List View

CTRL+INSERT+n, where n is a value from 1, 2, 3 through 0

Copy Selected Text to FSClipboard
WINDOWS KEY+C


For Frames
Frame Get Top Left
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT BRACKET

Frame Get Bottom Right
CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT BRACKET

Frame Set to Window
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT BRACKET twice quickly


For JAWS Tandem
Ends JAWS Tandem Session INSERT+ALT+T

Toggle Between Target and Controller Desktop (Controller User only)
INSERT+ALT+TAB

Toggle Video On or Off on Controller (Controller User only)
INSERT+CTRL+SHIFT+V


For Research It
Open Research It
INSERT+SPACEBAR, followed by R

Launch Research It Using the Primary Lookup Source INSERT+WINDOWS Key+R


Laptop Keystrokes
For Reading Text
Say Character
CAPS LOCK+COMMA

Say Character Phonetically
CAPS LOCK+COMMA twice quickly

Say Prior Character
CAPS LOCK+M

Say Next Character
CAPS LOCK+PERIOD

Say Word
CAPS LOCK+K

Spell Word
CAPS LOCK+K twice quickly
Say Prior Word
CAPS LOCK+J

Say Next Word
CAPS LOCK+L

Say Line
CAPS LOCK+I

Spell Line
CAPS LOCK+I twice quickly

Say Prior Line
CAPS LOCK+U

Say Next Line
CAPS LOCK+O

Say Sentence
CAPS LOCK+H

Say Prior Sentence
CAPS LOCK+Y

Say Next Sentence
CAPS LOCK+N

Say Paragraph
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+I

Say Prior Paragraph
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+U

Say Next Paragraph
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+O

Say to Cursor
CAPS LOCK+SHIFT+J

Say from Cursor
CAPS LOCK+SHIFT+L

Say All
CAPS LOCK+A

Rewind During a Say All
LEFT ARROW

Fast Forward During a Say All
RIGHT ARROW

Say Color
CAPS LOCK+5

Increase Voice Rate During Say All
PAGE UP

Decrease Voice Rate During Say All
PAGE DOWN

Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say All
ALT+CTRL+PAGE UP

Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say All
ALT+CTRL+PAGE DOWN

Screen Refresh
CAPS LOCK+ESC

Start Skim Reading
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+DOWN ARROW

Change Skim Reading Preferences
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+SHIFT+ DOWN ARROW

Display Skim Reading Summary
CAPS LOCK+WINDOWS KEY+DOWN ARROW

Toggle Speech On and Off
CAPS LOCK+SPACEBAR, followed by S


Informational
Interrupt Speech
CTRL

Say Font
CAPS LOCK+F

Say Window Title
CAPS LOCK+T

Say Window Prompt and Text
CAPS LOCK+TAB

JAWS Find
CAPS LOCK+ CTRL+F

JAWS Find Next
CAPS LOCK+F3

JAWS Find Previous
CAPS LOCK+SHIFT+F3

Say Top Line of Window
CAPS LOCK+SHIFT+Y

Say Bottom Line of Window
CAPS LOCK+SHIFT+N

Say Selected Text
CAPS LOCK+SHIFT+A

Get Application Version
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+V


For Cursors and Mouse
PC Cursor
CAPS LOCK+SEMICOLON

JAWS Cursor
CAPS LOCK+P

Route PC Cursor to JAWS Cursor
CAPS LOCK+APOSTROPHE

Route JAWS Cursor to PC Cursor
CAPS LOCK+LEFT BRACKET

Left Mouse Button
CAPS LOCK+8

Right Mouse Button
CAPS LOCK+9

Left Mouse Button Lock
CTRL+WINDOWS KEY+8

Right Mouse Button Lock
CTRL+WINDOWS KEY+9

Drag and Drop
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+8

Restrict JAWS Cursor
CAPS LOCK+R


For Dialog Boxes
Say Default Button of Dialog
CAPS LOCK+E

Read Window in Tab Order
CAPS LOCK+B

Read Word in Context
CAPS LOCK+C

Say Current Control Hot Key
CAPS LOCK+SHIFT+COMMA

Open Combo Box
ALT+DOWN ARROW

Close Combo Box
ALT+UP ARROW

Announce Progress Bar Status
CAPS LOCK+TAB


For Help
Context Sensitive Help
CAPS LOCK+F1

Keyboard Help
CAPS LOCK+1

JAWS Help for Applications
CAPS LOCK+F1 twice quickly

Hot Key Help
INSERT+H

Windows Key Help
CAPS LOCK+W


Miscellaneous
JAWS Window
INSERT+J

Refresh Screen
CAPS LOCK+ESC

Adjust JAWS Options
CAPS LOCK+V

Run JAWS Manager
CAPS LOCK+F2

Shut Down JAWS
CAPS LOCK+F4

Window List Dialog
CAPS LOCK+F10

Select a System Tray Icon Dialog
CAPS LOCK+F11

Say System Time
CAPS LOCK+F12

Graphics Labeler
CAPS LOCK+G

Auto Graphics Labeler
CAPS LOCK+CTRL+G

Pass Key Through
CAPS LOCK+3

Read Columns 1 through 10 of a List View
CTRL+INSERT+n, where n is a value from 1, 2, 3, through 0

Copy Selected Text to FSClipboard
WINDOWS KEY+C


For Frames
Frame Get Top Left
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT BRACKET

Frame Get Bottom Right
CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT BRACKET

Frame Set to Window
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT BRACKET twice quickly


For JAWS Tandem
Ends JAWS Tandem Session INSERT+ALT+T

Toggle Between Target and Controller Desktop (Controller User only)
INSERT+ALT+TAB

Toggle Video On or Off on Controller (Controller User only)
INSERT+CTRL+SHIFT+V


For Research It
Open Research It
CAPS LOCK+SPACEBAR, followed by R

Launch Research It Using the Primary Lookup Source CAPS LOCK+WINDOWS Key+R


Windows Keystrokes
General
Get Help
F1

Open the Start menu
CTRL+ESC

Open Windows Explorer
WINDOWS KEY+E
Open Run Dialog
WINDOWS KEY+R

Find File or Folder from Desktop
F3

Minimize All Applications
WINDOWS KEY+M

Switch Between Open Applications
ALT+TAB

Quit the Active Application
ALT+F4


For Windows and Menus
Open the Application Control Menu
ALT+SPACEBAR

Move to Current Application?s Menu Bar
ALT

Choose a Menu Item
ENTER

Move Between Menus
ALT, ARROW KEYS

Cancel or Close a Menu
ESC

Cancel or Close a Cascading Menu
ALT

Open a Child Window Control Menu
ALT+DASH

Close a Child Window
CTRL+F4

Open the Context Menu
APPLICATIONS KEY or SHIFT+F10


For Dialog Boxes
Move Through Dialog Controls
TAB

Move Backward Through Dialog Controls
SHIFT+TAB

Move to Another Page
CTRL+TAB

Reverse Direction Through Pages
CTRL+SHIFT+TAB

Select or Deselect in List View
SPACEBAR or CTRL+SPACEBAR

Toggle a Check Box On/Off
SPACEBAR


For Reading Text
Move One Character Left
LEFT ARROW

Move One Character Right
RIGHT ARROW

Move One Word Left
CTRL+LEFT ARROW

Move One Word Right
CTRL+RIGHT ARROW

Move to Beginning of Line
HOME

Move to End of Line
END

Move One Paragraph Up
CTRL+UP ARROW

Move One Paragraph Down
CTRL+DOWN ARROW

Scroll Up One Screen
PAGE UP

Scroll Down One Screen
PAGE DOWN

Move to Beginning
CTRL+HOME

Move to End
CTRL+END


For Editing Text
Copy
CTRL+C

Cut
CTRL+X

Paste
CTRL+V

Read Clipboard Contents (Desktop or Laptop Layout)
WINDOWS KEY+INSERT+X or WINDOWS KEY+CAPS LOCK+X

Undo
CTRL+Z

Delete Current Character
DELETE

Delete Prior Character
BACKSPACE

Select One Character Left
SHIFT+LEFT ARROW

Select One Character Right
SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW

Select One Word Left
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW

Select One Word Right
CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW

Select to Beginning of Line
SHIFT+HOME

Select to End of Line
SHIFT+END

Select to Beginning
CTRL+SHIFT+HOME

Select to End
CTRL+SHIFT+END

Select All
CTRL+A


For Windows Explorer
Delete files
DELETE

Rename a file or folder
F2

Open Properties for Selected File or Folder
ALT+ENTER

Refresh a window
F5

Switch between panes
TAB and SHIFT+TAB

Go up one level
BACKSPACE
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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Charles Coe
 

Hello,

You can by visiting the following web site:

www.freedomscientific.com

Here you will find tutorials on scripting.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Swati Sinha
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 11:52 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Hello,
From where we can get these scripts?
Can anyone work on, with the scripts to make an application accessible?
How can I learnthis, so that I can do scripting?
Does scripting require any programming background?
Thank you in advance.

----- Original Message -----
From: "kaveinthran" <kavein2211@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 9:55 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


hi sir,

You can try adobe audition or CCleaner

or, even audacity

On 10/24/2011 2:21 AM, John Martyn wrote:
Hi all,
While I wrap up some last minute scripting projects, I am looking for a
new
application to script. I won't be doing any financial applications or
office
applications this time, but any other suggestions are welcome.
I've gotten rather quick at doing this so challenges are also welcome.
John Martyn



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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

George B
 

o my chris sorry we all are not perfect like you

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...
jdh.com] On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 17:51
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Hey John, could you script a spellchecker for our friend there?

At 06:55 PM 10/23/2011, you wrote:
I think finding a job would be easier if you look in fields that
actually exist. I've never heard of any openings in the finanical
industry. Anyone here working in finanicals?
----- Original Message ----- From: "George B" <gbmagoo@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 5:21 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


well this is true, and john said he will not do a finanical
software and
that is what a lot of blind need in today's world for jobs and
life. but o
yes he should do something for the few who like music, that would
be about
as helpfull as the f m radio in the braille notes, voice sense
and etc.
that really helped in me getting a job hehaheha

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...
jdh.com] On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 12:40
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Let's not forget that Jaws is an acronym for Job Access With
Speech, or at least that was the original idea. :)




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Re: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Dave...
 

Kimber,

Stuck modifier keys is a very common occurrence (at least for me with all my
different versions of JAWS and hardware). It's been around since JAWS 3.5
and my old HP pavilion with Windows 2000.

That said, it happens most often for me after using Openbook.

Your case is not unusual.

Don't reboot. Just alternately rapidly tap each of the modifier keys one at
a time. e.g. left alt, right alt, left alt right alt etc. several times in
succession. Then do the same with control, shift, and the windows keys. If
you don't have one of these as a pair, just tap the individual key rapidly.

This sounds crazy but it does unstick the key.

It's not a mechanical problem. It's related to the key code decoding in the
JAWS processing. At least that's what FS support has said for several years.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kimber Gardner" <kimbersinbox1963@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 04:35
Subject: Weird keyboard behavior during remote access


Hi All,

Not sure how many of you have used Jaws for remote access, but I would
appreciate any help.

When I'm signed on to my work computer via a vpn using remote desktop,
occasionally the alt key seems to stick. That is whenever I press any
key I first hear "alt" followed by the name of the key be that up
arrow or whatever. The only way to unstick the alt key is to reboot
the local computer.

Is there another method for resetting the keyboard and unsticking the alt
key?

Thanks,
Kim

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Re: access with jaws

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

Thanks. The little research I was able to do over the weekend appeared
to indicate that it had to be used as an extension to the mail client,
which I don't have, but I'll certainly check it out, in case I'm wrong.

Ted

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@...
[mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 6:54 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: access with jaws

See the link below. One great things is that Thunder can run from a
flash drive without adding *anything to the computer.
http://www.screenreader.net/
At 03:09 PM 10/21/2011, you wrote:
The other one mentioned here won't; got a URL?

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@...
[mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 7:13 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: access with jaws

Interestingly, the free thunder screen reader will read the text in
an Access field.
At 04:53 PM 10/20/2011, you wrote:
If you doubt whether Access is supported, check out the key strokes
for it under JAWS help. Most of them say "not available with access
2007". and of course that means 2007 and higher.


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Weird keyboard behavior during remote access

Kimber Gardner
 

Hi All,

Not sure how many of you have used Jaws for remote access, but I would
appreciate any help.

When I'm signed on to my work computer via a vpn using remote desktop,
occasionally the alt key seems to stick. That is whenever I press any
key I first hear "alt" followed by the name of the key be that up
arrow or whatever. The only way to unstick the alt key is to reboot
the local computer.

Is there another method for resetting the keyboard and unsticking the alt key?

Thanks,
Kim


Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Marquette, Ed <Ed.Marquette@...>
 

I think you are both probably right. I think Citrix does something similar, and that may be why, to make Citrix work, JAWS has to be installed two places: at the server and at the client.
Accessable Event gets pretty close, but it doesn't allow control to be switched or to follow the remote cursor.
I wonder how Accessable Event does even as much as it does?

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Farfar on Laptop
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 10:38 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Gary and Ed,

Unfortunately I think the same is also true for WebEx and PC Anywhere.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary King" <w4wkz@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 17:17
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Ed,
Go-To Meeting displays a graphical representation of the other computer's
screen. I doubt that even the OCR in JFW 13 is good enough to let you do
any real work with it. Of course, scripting is not going to help either.

Gary King
w4wkz@...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marquette, Ed" <Ed.Marquette@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 2:29 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


At the risk of starting a conflagration of controversy, I would like to
support the notion that John should get some remuneration for his hard
work -- even if he charged for scripts.
I know I would pay significantly for a set of scripts that made Google
Docs accessable, though I think that is not feasible.
The biggest single area of inaccessibility I encounter on my job is with
respect to on-line collaboration. I have clients who regularly send
invitations to go-to-meeting sessions where a document will be on the
screen, albeit from the client's computer. We will be on the phone
together, and sometimes the client will make edits he wants me to review,
and sometimes he will say simply, "Here, I'll give you control. Why don't
you revise this section on indemnification?"
I accomplish this only with the assistance of my sighted secretary.
Without her presence, I would be sunk.
Serotek has something called Accessable Event, but that really doesn't cut
it.
Again, this may be an application of limited applicability, but I run into
it all the time, and document collaboration is becoming more and more
popular. I hear ads for Go-To-Meeting almost every time I tune into XM
Radio, and note the popularity of Google Docs, not just because it is
cheap, but also because it offers collaboration.
This may simply be impossible and not everyone needs it, but if you need
it, you need it bad.


-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 2:11 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Ok, so with most of the Office applications scripted for, not to
mention iTunes, and the various parts of Windows, what else would
the masses of unemployed blind folks with limitted incomes like
access to?
With the basics that most people want to use daily covered, we're
probably going to move into more specialized applications that not
as many people require. If said application is something that some
of us who work or are trying to find work need access to, maybe we
should donate a little cash to John for his hard work and probably
hundreds of hours spent scripting. Just a thought. Of course, any
donations would be voluntary.





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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Peter Holdstock <ptrholdstock@...>
 

How about improving some of the natively supportive programmes such as Media Player, Media Centre (I'm sure there are many more) where FS quite clearly can easily fix a problem and make things more user friendly but for some reason they never do it no matter how many of us moan. It might make them realise they need to improve standards a little. That said I guess it would be controversial as of course you need to keep FS onboard to support whatever projects your doing.

Media Centre is annoying because it's a fantastic bit of software but there are a few places where NVDA reads much better than JAWS.

Peter-----Original Message----- a litt.e

Peter
From: Juan Pablo
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 8:51 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Soundforge and sonar are alreadi scripted. In my opinion a good scripts
could be a monster software like protools for windows or the izotope RX


-----Original Message-----
From: John Martyn
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 5:47 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application

As far as funding goes, we'll wait a few weeks on this as I have some other
things brewing. I was thinking about a music sound editor, but isn't
soundforge already scripted? I wonder what the price of the software would
be too since some of us have limited funds. I am hoping I can keep my
scripts free actually. I'll find out in the weeks to come.
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Marquette, Ed
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 12:30 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application

At the risk of starting a conflagration of controversy, I would like to
support the notion that John should get some remuneration for his hard work
-- even if he charged for scripts.
I know I would pay significantly for a set of scripts that made Google Docs
accessable, though I think that is not feasible.
The biggest single area of inaccessibility I encounter on my job is with
respect to on-line collaboration. I have clients who regularly send
invitations to go-to-meeting sessions where a document will be on the
screen, albeit from the client's computer. We will be on the phone
together, and sometimes the client will make edits he wants me to review,
and sometimes he will say simply, "Here, I'll give you control. Why don't
you revise this section on indemnification?"
I accomplish this only with the assistance of my sighted secretary. Without
her presence, I would be sunk.
Serotek has something called Accessable Event, but that really doesn't cut
it.
Again, this may be an application of limited applicability, but I run into
it all the time, and document collaboration is becoming more and more
popular. I hear ads for Go-To-Meeting almost every time I tune into XM
Radio, and note the popularity of Google Docs, not just because it is cheap,
but also because it offers collaboration.
This may simply be impossible and not everyone needs it, but if you need it,
you need it bad.


-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 2:11 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Ok, so with most of the Office applications scripted for, not to
mention iTunes, and the various parts of Windows, what else would the
masses of unemployed blind folks with limitted incomes like access to?
With the basics that most people want to use daily covered, we're probably
going to move into more specialized applications that not as many people
require. If said application is something that some of us who work or are
trying to find work need access to, maybe we should donate a little cash to
John for his hard work and probably hundreds of hours spent scripting. Just
a thought. Of course, any donations would be voluntary.





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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Swati Sinha
 

Hello,
From where we can get these scripts?
Can anyone work on, with the scripts to make an application accessible?
How can I learnthis, so that I can do scripting?
Does scripting require any programming background?
Thank you in advance.

----- Original Message -----
From: "kaveinthran" <kavein2211@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2011 9:55 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


hi sir,

You can try adobe audition or CCleaner

or, even audacity

On 10/24/2011 2:21 AM, John Martyn wrote:
Hi all,
While I wrap up some last minute scripting projects, I am looking for a new
application to script. I won't be doing any financial applications or office
applications this time, but any other suggestions are welcome.
I've gotten rather quick at doing this so challenges are also welcome.
John Martyn



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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

kaveinthran <kavein2211@...>
 

hi sir,

You can try adobe audition or CCleaner

or, even audacity

On 10/24/2011 2:21 AM, John Martyn wrote:
Hi all,
While I wrap up some last minute scripting projects, I am looking for a new
application to script. I won't be doing any financial applications or office
applications this time, but any other suggestions are welcome.
I've gotten rather quick at doing this so challenges are also welcome.
John Martyn



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Issues with FSreader 2.0

Cristóbal
 

Hello list,



Recently I have been having trouble with FSReader and was wondering if
anyone else was experiencing the same pproblems.



I have a folder within my Documents called BookShare books where I keep all
the titles I’ve downloaded from Bookshare.org. I probably have over 600
titles I’ve collected over the years and currently around 20 or so books
that I have unzipped. Once I finished reading a book, I’ll move it over to a
subfolder within the BookShare Books folder called “read”.



Easy enough right? Well, the last few times I’ve opened up FSReader and did
the whole ctl+o to go to the directory to select a new book (I switch
between this foldr and a separate one I have for Newspapers and magazines),
the directory doesn’t seem to update. Books that I have finished reading and
since moved to my read subfolder still appear and new titles that I have
since unzipped don’t show up at all.



I’ve tried doing the whole change directory thing with switching back and
forth between certain folders that have other Daisy books and back to the
Bookshare folder and so on, but it’s still the same. I’ve also tried
creating a new folder and moving the contents from the first folder to the
new folder and still, only the 20 or so unzipped daisy books show up.



I first noticed this with the new JFW 13 beta version and thought that may
have been the problem, but I have recently also tried using FSReader with
the older JFW versions on my pc (12, 11) and still no dice. I’m pretty sure
that this wasn’t an issue before, but now it seems as though no matter which
Jaws version I use, the situation is still the same. Also, I haven’t used
the merge utility in JFW 13 to carry over my older Jaws settings if that
makes any difference.



Again, just wondering if anyone else’s come across this issue and or if it
may be a beta bug or if FSReader on my machine may just be buggy. I know FS
isn’t developing FSReader any more so who knows, I may just report it as a
beta bug as well as to regular support if I can’t get this fixed.



I’d appreciate any feedback.



Thanks,

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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Dave...
 

Gary and Ed,

Unfortunately I think the same is also true for WebEx and PC Anywhere.

Dave Carlson
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area

----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary King" <w4wkz@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 17:17
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Ed,
Go-To Meeting displays a graphical representation of the other computer's
screen. I doubt that even the OCR in JFW 13 is good enough to let you do
any real work with it. Of course, scripting is not going to help either.

Gary King
w4wkz@...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marquette, Ed" <Ed.Marquette@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 2:29 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Scripting for a new application


At the risk of starting a conflagration of controversy, I would like to
support the notion that John should get some remuneration for his hard
work -- even if he charged for scripts.
I know I would pay significantly for a set of scripts that made Google
Docs accessable, though I think that is not feasible.
The biggest single area of inaccessibility I encounter on my job is with
respect to on-line collaboration. I have clients who regularly send
invitations to go-to-meeting sessions where a document will be on the
screen, albeit from the client's computer. We will be on the phone
together, and sometimes the client will make edits he wants me to review,
and sometimes he will say simply, "Here, I'll give you control. Why don't
you revise this section on indemnification?"
I accomplish this only with the assistance of my sighted secretary.
Without her presence, I would be sunk.
Serotek has something called Accessable Event, but that really doesn't cut
it.
Again, this may be an application of limited applicability, but I run into
it all the time, and document collaboration is becoming more and more
popular. I hear ads for Go-To-Meeting almost every time I tune into XM
Radio, and note the popularity of Google Docs, not just because it is
cheap, but also because it offers collaboration.
This may simply be impossible and not everyone needs it, but if you need
it, you need it bad.


-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@... [mailto:jfw-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 2:11 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Ok, so with most of the Office applications scripted for, not to
mention iTunes, and the various parts of Windows, what else would
the masses of unemployed blind folks with limitted incomes like
access to?
With the basics that most people want to use daily covered, we're
probably going to move into more specialized applications that not
as many people require. If said application is something that some
of us who work or are trying to find work need access to, maybe we
should donate a little cash to John for his hard work and probably
hundreds of hours spent scripting. Just a thought. Of course, any
donations would be voluntary.





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Re: JAWS Scripting for a new application

Rob <musicmaker365@...>
 

Hi,
You are doing a great job with iTunes, but for some of us Win XP Jaws 11 users, We just cant seem to get along with iTunes.
So how about looking at a program that we can use without iTunes?
here is a program that will allow you to export files from iPod or iPhone to the PC.
its perfect for importing voice memos and photos, as well as music.
its not free, but the unregestered version will work fine in a limited way.
when starting the program, press alt+F4 to close the registration window.
also, when you add files, the registration window will open. just alt+F4 to continue.
I have tested this program on a iPod touch 4th gen with IOS 5.
the left side is the treeView and the right sie of the window is the list view.
sort of like out look express, but the tab key will not work to move between the two.
so you will need to use your cursor.
I made some jaws scripts to make it easier.
if you hear jaws announce the word, True, before a file name, this means the file is checked. if it says False, it is unchecked.
you can right click the file for more options.
note, the applications key will not work.
read more and download at
http://www.3herosoft.com/ipod-to-computer-transfer.html

if you want the jaws scripts email me at
musicmaker365@...
But remember, I am not as talented
at scripts as John!

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Martyn" <johnrobertmartyn@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 1:21 PM
Subject: JAWS Scripting for a new application


Hi all,
While I wrap up some last minute scripting projects, I am looking for a new
application to script. I won't be doing any financial applications or office
applications this time, but any other suggestions are welcome.
I've gotten rather quick at doing this so challenges are also welcome.
John Martyn



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