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Re: New to the list

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

They're working hard on it right now. As for future updates on 13, we
may have seen the last, but one never knows. I think the last patch on
JAWS 10 actually came out after 11 hit the street.

Ted

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Hi my name is Ron and I am a new to the list. Has anyone heard when
Jaws 14
might be available?




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Re: Any Jaws scripts for using Canon Printers etc?

Claudia
 

I just purchased an Canon MP495 series, printer, scanner, copier.

If you'd like to write offlist and discuss, please do so.
cdelreal1973@sbcglobal.net

There are no scripts that I am aware of, and I'm curious as to what the printable disc feature does?

Claudia

On 8/1/2012 3:44 AM, Colin Fell wrote:
Hi List:

Does anyone use any recent model of Canon Multi Function printer, or Printer only type, with Jaws 13?
I have a Canon MG5350 Multi function (which includes a printable disk feature), but it has a very graphical interface when used with Jaws 13 and a Vistaa desktop.
Are there any Jaws Scripts available for any model of Canon Printers?
If so, then I am prepared to try any scripts designed for any model of Canon Printers to see if I might get some improvement at navigating around the Canon Utilities.

Thanks for your help,

Colin (NZ)


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Jaws & Excel?

Claudia
 

Hi All,

Are there any proficient users of Jaws and Excel out there?
I have this work-related document that I need to use; it's a calculator, and I can't access some of the tabs. The document is protected, so I unprotect, but I am still unable to hear all tabs.
Any ideas on what I might need to do?
Thanks.

Claudia


Braille displays

Drew Hunthausen
 

Dear list,

I'm looking at getting a small Braille display to use with my computer and
Jaws, but also one that is portable enough to use with my iphone. Here's a
few I have looked at on line, can you please let me know if any of you have
experience bad or good with any of these? Thanks

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7&productid=205607&trail=0&discontinued=0>



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<http://www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=19327&top=11166&ksectionid=1932
7&productid=205603&trail=0&discontinued=0>

BRAILLECONNECT 12
<http://www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=19327&top=11166&ksectionid=1932
7&productid=189442&trail=0&discontinued=0>

Focus 14

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Re: New to the list

Dave...
 

Ron,

Freedom Scientific usually releases a new version around November. We're
still battling some issues with JAWS 13, and I for one would rather they fix
all the bugs instead of releasing a new version with flashy new features.

But that's my opinion, and welcome to the list.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and launched near the Pacific Ocean using a Dell
Latitude E6520, JAWS 13.0.718, and Windows 7 Professional 32-bit

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Re: New to the list

Soronel Haetir
 

Whether it's ready or not.

On 8/15/12, Joseph Lee <joseph.lee22590@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
Welcome to the list. The pattern is fall release.
Cheers,
Joseph

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14
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Re: New to the list

 

Hi,
Welcome to the list. The pattern is fall release.
Cheers,
Joseph

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New to the list

Ron Kruzeniski <rkruzeniski@...>
 

Hi my name is Ron and I am a new to the list. Has anyone heard when Jaws 14
might be available?


Re: JAWS Tandom

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi Luke,

Beats the hell out of me! LOL LOL

In all seriousness, no one has explained this to me but, I would assume FS
wants the controlling computer to have the version that is an equivalent or
newer so it has the most current updates for Jaws.

Take care.
Mike
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----- Original Message -----
From: Luke Scholey
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 5:58 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom


Why can't an older version control a newer one

Sent from my iPod

On 15 Aug 2012, at 13:01, "Mike B." <mb69mach1@charter.net> wrote:

> Hi John,
>
> When you are the controlling computer you have control of whatever
programs
> the the other computer is running. You are in complete control of the
other
> computer, as long as the other person keeps their damn hands off the
> keyboard! LOL LOL
>
> If Jaws can navigate the programs that are on the other computer, so can
> you!
> Take care.
> Mike
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>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: John Sherrer
> To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:53 PM
> Subject: RE: JAWS Tandom
>
>
> Thank you, you have answered all my questions.
>
> Here is another question, I always use JAWS, but if I want to help
someone
> with different adaptive software, what is available that works with
JAWS.
> John
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com
[mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
> On Behalf Of Mike B.
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:38 PM
> To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
> Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom
>
> Hi John,
>
> Here you go. The information found in this email was gotten from this
> link;
>
> http://www.freedomscientific.com/downloads/jaws/JAWS-Tandem-FAQs.asp
>
> I put the questions / answers that were closest to your question at the
> top.
> JAWS Tandem FAQs
>
> Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?
>
> Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on
the
> Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
> user
>
> and
> passes to the other user.
>
> Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?
>
> Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.
>
> Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?
>
> Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
> controller
>
> system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry
standard
> encryption algorithms.
>
> Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all
data
> travel through the Tandem Center?
>
> Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
> session
> infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
> encrypted
> so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.
>
> Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not
like
> the
>
> controller user's actions?
>
> Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing
INSERT+ALT+T.
>
> Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
> What
> do I do?
>
> Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and
port.
> The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
> 12000.
> If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow
access
> to this address and port.
>
> Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
> listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
> port?
>
> Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
> 3000
> by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
> button
> in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port
number
> in
>
> the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
> that
> JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same
port.
> The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
> system.
>
> Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
> connect
>
> to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
> RealSpeak
> Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?
>
> Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
> different
>
> synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
> length
> of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
> session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you
and
> your friend
> will go back to your synthesizers automatically.
>
> Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
> following
>
> message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did
not
> properly
> respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
> because
>
> the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?
>
> Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
> program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control
Panel
> and choose
> Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions
page.
> In
> the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
> Press
> SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button
and
> press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
> Tandem
> Direct
> connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
> connect again.
>
>
>
> Question: What version of JAWS must the controller and target system
have?
>
> Answer: JAWS 10 or later. An authorized license is needed if you are
going
> to be a controller.
>
> Question: How responsive is the JAWS Tandem session?
>
> Answer: You'll be amazed! It's very much like Remote Desktop or Citrix.
>
> Question: Can JAWS Demo or JAWS 40-Minute mode be used with JAWS Tandem
on
> either the controller or target system?
>
> Answer: Yes, you can use JAWS as a Demo for a target system during
Tandem
> sessions.
>
> Question: Can a sighted user who is using a mouse on the controller
> computer
>
> work with the target computer or is it limited to keyboard use only?
>
> Answer: The mouse is also active when running JAWS Tandem provided that
> you
> turn on the video output on controller side.
>
> Question: What are the main uses of this outside of AT training and
tech
> support? For example, can it be used to work with Web developers for
> usability
> testing?
>
> Answer: Yes. It can also be used by consultants to help with scripting
and
> debugging issues from a distance.
>
> Question: Can JAWS Tandem be used by a JAWS user to remote into
computers
> of
>
> sighted colleagues that don't necessarily use JAWS?
>
> Answer: Yes, if the sighted colleagues install JAWS as a demo on their
> computers.
>
> Question: What is the difference between JAWS Tandem and Remote
Desktop,
> Citrix, or terminal services?
>
> Answer: JAWS Tandem lets you, the controller, run in the target's user
> session while the target user is on the computer at the same time.
Remote
> Desktop/Terminal/Citrix
> is running on your own desktop on the remote machine, and no one on the
> other side can see or hear it. For support purposes, JAWS Tandem is
> perfect.
>
> Question: Why can I not use the CAPS LOCK key as the JAWS cursor in
laptop
> layout, when pressing the three different JAWS Tandem keystrokes?
>
> Answer: JAWS Tandem keystrokes are not changeable. You can only use the
> INSERT key regardless of JAWS being in laptop or desktop layout. You
> should
> not
> attempt to change these.
>
> Question: Can I use a USB Thumb Drive version of JAWS and still work
with
> JAWS Tandem as either a controller or target?
>
> Answer: No. Because of installation and registry entries, it is not
> possible
>
> at this time to use a USB Drive version of JAWS if you intend to
establish
> JAWS Tandem connections. In fact, the JAWS Tandem options will not be
> present in the JAWS menus if you are using a USB Drive version of JAWS.
>
> Question: While in a JAWS Tandem session, can the controller use the
Task
> Manager on the target computer?
>
> Answer: Yes. To launch Task Manager on the target side, you must use
the
> keystroke CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE, or press WINDOWS Key+R to open the Run
dialog
> box,
> and then type taskmgr and press ENTER. Note that if you try to use
> CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Task Manager, this command will be executed
on
> the controller's
> machine.
>
> Question: From the controller system, can I hear the target system's
> audio?
>
> Answer: Yes. During a JAWS Tandem session, events that generate sounds
on
> the target system, such as a Windows program error, entry and exit of
Auto
> Forms
> Mode, or other JAWS sounds associated with the Speech and Sounds
Manager,
> can be heard on the controller system. This means that when an event
> occurs
> on
> the target system, a notification is sent to the controller system so
that
> the controller computer plays the same or a similar WAV file. This is
very
> helpful
> to support personnel and trainers running the JAWS Tandem session.
>
> Question: Can I change my synthesizer during a session?
>
> Answer: No. After a session is established, you can only change the
pitch
> or
>
> volume of your synthesizer.
>
> Question: Can my English United States (ENU) computer use JAWS Tandem
to
> connect to an English United Kingdom (ENG) or Australian (ENA)
computer?
>
> Answer: Yes. Systems with different minor languages (dialects) will
work
> in
> JAWS Tandem.
>
> Question: Can my English computer use JAWS Tandem connect to a computer
> with
>
> a different major language such as French or Spanish?
>
> Answer: No. You would first need to switch one of computers to match
the
> others' major language before starting the JAWS Tandem meeting.
>
> Question: Can a controller temporarily turn off any JAWS user settings
on
> the target computer, in order to troubleshoot a problem that the target
> computer
> is having?
>
> Answer: Yes. Use the Manage Application Settings dialog box located in
the
> Options menu of the JAWS application window. In this dialog, you can
> choose
> to
> disable all settings, default settings, or selective applications
without
> having to restart JAWS. A restart would end the JAWS Tandem session.
This
> is
> a great way to troubleshoot a problem by ruling out any user
modifications
> or third party scripts.
>
> Question: If either the controller or target computer needs to be
> restarted,
>
> what will happen to the JAWS Tandem session?
>
> Answer: You would need to start a JAWS Tandem session again with a new
> meeting ID after the computer restarts. It is suggested that the
> controller
> or target
> use end the JAWS Tandem session with INSERT+ALT+T before rebooting the
> computer.
>
> Question: How many computers can join a JAWS Tandem Meeting?
>
> Answer: There can only be two. One controller and one target, at this
> time.
>
> Question: If you are using Skype to talk from between two different
> computers, can you also use JAWS Tandem without ending the Skype call?
>
> Answer: Yes, this can be very useful as well. The controller can
explain
> what is being done and the target user can ask questions over Skype
during
> the
> entire meeting consequently avoiding a phone call.
>
> Question: What if either computer receives a Skype call during a JAWS
> Tandem
>
> Session? Can it be answered?
>
> Answer: If the call is on the target computer, then either the target
> user,
> or controller for that matter, can answer. If the call is on the
> controller
> side, then the controller can answer it by toggling back to his or her
own
> desktop by using INSERT+ALT+TAB without having to end the JAWS Tandem
> session.
>
> Question: Can I run JAWS and MAGic simultaneously with JAWS Tandem?
>
> Answer: Not at this time. However, this functionality will be available
in
> a
>
> future MAGic update. If you want to run JAWS Tandem, exit MAGic first
> before
> starting a JAWS Tandem session. You can restart MAGic after you close
the
> session.
>
> Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?
>
> Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on
the
> Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
> user
>
> and
> passes to the other user.
>
> Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?
>
> Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.
>
> Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?
>
> Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
> controller
>
> system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry
standard
> encryption algorithms.
>
> Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all
data
> travel through the Tandem Center?
>
> Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
> session
> infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
> encrypted
> so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.
>
> Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not
like
> the
>
> controller user's actions?
>
> Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing
INSERT+ALT+T.
>
> Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
> What
> do I do?
>
> Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and
port.
> The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
> 12000.
> If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow
access
> to this address and port.
>
> Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
> listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
> port?
>
> Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
> 3000
> by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
> button
> in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port
number
> in
>
> the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
> that
> JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same
port.
> The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
> system.
>
> Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
> connect
>
> to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
> RealSpeak
> Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?
>
> Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
> different
>
> synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
> length
> of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
> session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you
and
> your friend
> will go back to your synthesizers automatically.
>
> Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
> following
>
> message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did
not
> properly
> respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
> because
>
> the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?
>
> Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
> program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control
Panel
> and choose
> Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions
page.
> In
> the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
> Press
> SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button
and
> press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
> Tandem
> Direct
> connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
> connect again.
>
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: John Sherrer
> To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:54 PM
> Subject: JAWS Tandom
>
>
> Hello Folks
> What does JAWS Tandom do?
> John
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com
> [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
> On Behalf Of Luke Scholey
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
> To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
> Subject: Hello
>
> Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
> I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
> Thanks
> Luke
>
> Sent from my iPod
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Re: JAWS Tandom

John ESherrer
 

Thanks
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Luke Scholey
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 8:59 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

Why can't an older version control a newer one

Sent from my iPod

On 15 Aug 2012, at 13:01, "Mike B." <mb69mach1@charter.net> wrote:

Hi John,

When you are the controlling computer you have control of whatever
programs
the the other computer is running. You are in complete control of the
other
computer, as long as the other person keeps their damn hands off the
keyboard! LOL LOL

If Jaws can navigate the programs that are on the other computer, so can
you!
Take care.
Mike
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----- Original Message -----
From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:53 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Tandom


Thank you, you have answered all my questions.

Here is another question, I always use JAWS, but if I want to help
someone
with different adaptive software, what is available that works with JAWS.
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com
[mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:38 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

Hi John,

Here you go. The information found in this email was gotten from this
link;

http://www.freedomscientific.com/downloads/jaws/JAWS-Tandem-FAQs.asp

I put the questions / answers that were closest to your question at the
top.
JAWS Tandem FAQs

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry
standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like
the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing
INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow
access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number
in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control
Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page.
In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.



Question: What version of JAWS must the controller and target system
have?

Answer: JAWS 10 or later. An authorized license is needed if you are
going
to be a controller.

Question: How responsive is the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You'll be amazed! It's very much like Remote Desktop or Citrix.

Question: Can JAWS Demo or JAWS 40-Minute mode be used with JAWS Tandem
on
either the controller or target system?

Answer: Yes, you can use JAWS as a Demo for a target system during Tandem
sessions.

Question: Can a sighted user who is using a mouse on the controller
computer

work with the target computer or is it limited to keyboard use only?

Answer: The mouse is also active when running JAWS Tandem provided that
you
turn on the video output on controller side.

Question: What are the main uses of this outside of AT training and tech
support? For example, can it be used to work with Web developers for
usability
testing?

Answer: Yes. It can also be used by consultants to help with scripting
and
debugging issues from a distance.

Question: Can JAWS Tandem be used by a JAWS user to remote into computers
of

sighted colleagues that don't necessarily use JAWS?

Answer: Yes, if the sighted colleagues install JAWS as a demo on their
computers.

Question: What is the difference between JAWS Tandem and Remote Desktop,
Citrix, or terminal services?

Answer: JAWS Tandem lets you, the controller, run in the target's user
session while the target user is on the computer at the same time. Remote
Desktop/Terminal/Citrix
is running on your own desktop on the remote machine, and no one on the
other side can see or hear it. For support purposes, JAWS Tandem is
perfect.

Question: Why can I not use the CAPS LOCK key as the JAWS cursor in
laptop
layout, when pressing the three different JAWS Tandem keystrokes?

Answer: JAWS Tandem keystrokes are not changeable. You can only use the
INSERT key regardless of JAWS being in laptop or desktop layout. You
should
not
attempt to change these.

Question: Can I use a USB Thumb Drive version of JAWS and still work with
JAWS Tandem as either a controller or target?

Answer: No. Because of installation and registry entries, it is not
possible

at this time to use a USB Drive version of JAWS if you intend to
establish
JAWS Tandem connections. In fact, the JAWS Tandem options will not be
present in the JAWS menus if you are using a USB Drive version of JAWS.

Question: While in a JAWS Tandem session, can the controller use the Task
Manager on the target computer?

Answer: Yes. To launch Task Manager on the target side, you must use the
keystroke CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE, or press WINDOWS Key+R to open the Run
dialog
box,
and then type taskmgr and press ENTER. Note that if you try to use
CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Task Manager, this command will be executed
on
the controller's
machine.

Question: From the controller system, can I hear the target system's
audio?

Answer: Yes. During a JAWS Tandem session, events that generate sounds on
the target system, such as a Windows program error, entry and exit of
Auto
Forms
Mode, or other JAWS sounds associated with the Speech and Sounds Manager,
can be heard on the controller system. This means that when an event
occurs
on
the target system, a notification is sent to the controller system so
that
the controller computer plays the same or a similar WAV file. This is
very
helpful
to support personnel and trainers running the JAWS Tandem session.

Question: Can I change my synthesizer during a session?

Answer: No. After a session is established, you can only change the pitch
or

volume of your synthesizer.

Question: Can my English United States (ENU) computer use JAWS Tandem to
connect to an English United Kingdom (ENG) or Australian (ENA) computer?

Answer: Yes. Systems with different minor languages (dialects) will work
in
JAWS Tandem.

Question: Can my English computer use JAWS Tandem connect to a computer
with

a different major language such as French or Spanish?

Answer: No. You would first need to switch one of computers to match the
others' major language before starting the JAWS Tandem meeting.

Question: Can a controller temporarily turn off any JAWS user settings on
the target computer, in order to troubleshoot a problem that the target
computer
is having?

Answer: Yes. Use the Manage Application Settings dialog box located in
the
Options menu of the JAWS application window. In this dialog, you can
choose
to
disable all settings, default settings, or selective applications without
having to restart JAWS. A restart would end the JAWS Tandem session. This
is
a great way to troubleshoot a problem by ruling out any user
modifications
or third party scripts.

Question: If either the controller or target computer needs to be
restarted,

what will happen to the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You would need to start a JAWS Tandem session again with a new
meeting ID after the computer restarts. It is suggested that the
controller
or target
use end the JAWS Tandem session with INSERT+ALT+T before rebooting the
computer.

Question: How many computers can join a JAWS Tandem Meeting?

Answer: There can only be two. One controller and one target, at this
time.

Question: If you are using Skype to talk from between two different
computers, can you also use JAWS Tandem without ending the Skype call?

Answer: Yes, this can be very useful as well. The controller can explain
what is being done and the target user can ask questions over Skype
during
the
entire meeting consequently avoiding a phone call.

Question: What if either computer receives a Skype call during a JAWS
Tandem

Session? Can it be answered?

Answer: If the call is on the target computer, then either the target
user,
or controller for that matter, can answer. If the call is on the
controller
side, then the controller can answer it by toggling back to his or her
own
desktop by using INSERT+ALT+TAB without having to end the JAWS Tandem
session.

Question: Can I run JAWS and MAGic simultaneously with JAWS Tandem?

Answer: Not at this time. However, this functionality will be available
in
a

future MAGic update. If you want to run JAWS Tandem, exit MAGic first
before
starting a JAWS Tandem session. You can restart MAGic after you close the
session.

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry
standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like
the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing
INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow
access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number
in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control
Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page.
In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.

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----- Original Message -----
From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:54 PM
Subject: JAWS Tandom


Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

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Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
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Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
Thanks
Luke

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Re: JAWS Tandom

Luke Scholey <lukescholey@...>
 

Why can't an older version control a newer one

Sent from my iPod

On 15 Aug 2012, at 13:01, "Mike B." <mb69mach1@charter.net> wrote:

Hi John,

When you are the controlling computer you have control of whatever programs
the the other computer is running. You are in complete control of the other
computer, as long as the other person keeps their damn hands off the
keyboard! LOL LOL

If Jaws can navigate the programs that are on the other computer, so can
you!
Take care.
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----- Original Message -----
From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:53 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Tandom


Thank you, you have answered all my questions.

Here is another question, I always use JAWS, but if I want to help someone
with different adaptive software, what is available that works with JAWS.
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:38 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

Hi John,

Here you go. The information found in this email was gotten from this
link;

http://www.freedomscientific.com/downloads/jaws/JAWS-Tandem-FAQs.asp

I put the questions / answers that were closest to your question at the
top.
JAWS Tandem FAQs

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like
the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number
in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page.
In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.



Question: What version of JAWS must the controller and target system have?

Answer: JAWS 10 or later. An authorized license is needed if you are going
to be a controller.

Question: How responsive is the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You'll be amazed! It's very much like Remote Desktop or Citrix.

Question: Can JAWS Demo or JAWS 40-Minute mode be used with JAWS Tandem on
either the controller or target system?

Answer: Yes, you can use JAWS as a Demo for a target system during Tandem
sessions.

Question: Can a sighted user who is using a mouse on the controller
computer

work with the target computer or is it limited to keyboard use only?

Answer: The mouse is also active when running JAWS Tandem provided that
you
turn on the video output on controller side.

Question: What are the main uses of this outside of AT training and tech
support? For example, can it be used to work with Web developers for
usability
testing?

Answer: Yes. It can also be used by consultants to help with scripting and
debugging issues from a distance.

Question: Can JAWS Tandem be used by a JAWS user to remote into computers
of

sighted colleagues that don't necessarily use JAWS?

Answer: Yes, if the sighted colleagues install JAWS as a demo on their
computers.

Question: What is the difference between JAWS Tandem and Remote Desktop,
Citrix, or terminal services?

Answer: JAWS Tandem lets you, the controller, run in the target's user
session while the target user is on the computer at the same time. Remote
Desktop/Terminal/Citrix
is running on your own desktop on the remote machine, and no one on the
other side can see or hear it. For support purposes, JAWS Tandem is
perfect.

Question: Why can I not use the CAPS LOCK key as the JAWS cursor in laptop
layout, when pressing the three different JAWS Tandem keystrokes?

Answer: JAWS Tandem keystrokes are not changeable. You can only use the
INSERT key regardless of JAWS being in laptop or desktop layout. You
should
not
attempt to change these.

Question: Can I use a USB Thumb Drive version of JAWS and still work with
JAWS Tandem as either a controller or target?

Answer: No. Because of installation and registry entries, it is not
possible

at this time to use a USB Drive version of JAWS if you intend to establish
JAWS Tandem connections. In fact, the JAWS Tandem options will not be
present in the JAWS menus if you are using a USB Drive version of JAWS.

Question: While in a JAWS Tandem session, can the controller use the Task
Manager on the target computer?

Answer: Yes. To launch Task Manager on the target side, you must use the
keystroke CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE, or press WINDOWS Key+R to open the Run dialog
box,
and then type taskmgr and press ENTER. Note that if you try to use
CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Task Manager, this command will be executed on
the controller's
machine.

Question: From the controller system, can I hear the target system's
audio?

Answer: Yes. During a JAWS Tandem session, events that generate sounds on
the target system, such as a Windows program error, entry and exit of Auto
Forms
Mode, or other JAWS sounds associated with the Speech and Sounds Manager,
can be heard on the controller system. This means that when an event
occurs
on
the target system, a notification is sent to the controller system so that
the controller computer plays the same or a similar WAV file. This is very
helpful
to support personnel and trainers running the JAWS Tandem session.

Question: Can I change my synthesizer during a session?

Answer: No. After a session is established, you can only change the pitch
or

volume of your synthesizer.

Question: Can my English United States (ENU) computer use JAWS Tandem to
connect to an English United Kingdom (ENG) or Australian (ENA) computer?

Answer: Yes. Systems with different minor languages (dialects) will work
in
JAWS Tandem.

Question: Can my English computer use JAWS Tandem connect to a computer
with

a different major language such as French or Spanish?

Answer: No. You would first need to switch one of computers to match the
others' major language before starting the JAWS Tandem meeting.

Question: Can a controller temporarily turn off any JAWS user settings on
the target computer, in order to troubleshoot a problem that the target
computer
is having?

Answer: Yes. Use the Manage Application Settings dialog box located in the
Options menu of the JAWS application window. In this dialog, you can
choose
to
disable all settings, default settings, or selective applications without
having to restart JAWS. A restart would end the JAWS Tandem session. This
is
a great way to troubleshoot a problem by ruling out any user modifications
or third party scripts.

Question: If either the controller or target computer needs to be
restarted,

what will happen to the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You would need to start a JAWS Tandem session again with a new
meeting ID after the computer restarts. It is suggested that the
controller
or target
use end the JAWS Tandem session with INSERT+ALT+T before rebooting the
computer.

Question: How many computers can join a JAWS Tandem Meeting?

Answer: There can only be two. One controller and one target, at this
time.

Question: If you are using Skype to talk from between two different
computers, can you also use JAWS Tandem without ending the Skype call?

Answer: Yes, this can be very useful as well. The controller can explain
what is being done and the target user can ask questions over Skype during
the
entire meeting consequently avoiding a phone call.

Question: What if either computer receives a Skype call during a JAWS
Tandem

Session? Can it be answered?

Answer: If the call is on the target computer, then either the target
user,
or controller for that matter, can answer. If the call is on the
controller
side, then the controller can answer it by toggling back to his or her own
desktop by using INSERT+ALT+TAB without having to end the JAWS Tandem
session.

Question: Can I run JAWS and MAGic simultaneously with JAWS Tandem?

Answer: Not at this time. However, this functionality will be available in
a

future MAGic update. If you want to run JAWS Tandem, exit MAGic first
before
starting a JAWS Tandem session. You can restart MAGic after you close the
session.

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like
the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number
in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page.
In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.

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From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:54 PM
Subject: JAWS Tandom


Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

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I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
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Re: JAWS Tandom

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Yes, I have done this several times. If you are meaning doing computer
cleaning Tandem is good until the computer needs to be re-booted.
Re-booting is sometimes required & if so, after the other computer is
re-booted you need to re-establish a Tandem connection. When I Tandem with
someone I am also on the phone with them so we have constant contact & I can
explain to them what I am screwing up on their computer! Also, there is no
miscommunication when you are on the phone with the other person, I.e: you
can remind them to keep their damn hands off the damn keyboard! LOL LOL
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----- Original Message -----
From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:38 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Tandom


Will it allow one user to service the other person's PC?
John

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On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:49 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

allows two Jaws users to connect remotely.
Go into Jaws Help Topics, and arrow down to the Jaws Tandom book.
That should tell you everything you need.



At 05:54 PM 8/14/2012, you wrote:
>Hello Folks
>What does JAWS Tandom do?
>John
>
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>Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
>To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
>Subject: Hello
>
>Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
>I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
>Thanks
>Luke
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Re: JAWS Tandom

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi John,

When you are the controlling computer you have control of whatever programs
the the other computer is running. You are in complete control of the other
computer, as long as the other person keeps their damn hands off the
keyboard! LOL LOL

If Jaws can navigate the programs that are on the other computer, so can
you!
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To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:53 PM
Subject: RE: JAWS Tandom


Thank you, you have answered all my questions.

Here is another question, I always use JAWS, but if I want to help someone
with different adaptive software, what is available that works with JAWS.
John

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:38 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

Hi John,

Here you go. The information found in this email was gotten from this
link;

http://www.freedomscientific.com/downloads/jaws/JAWS-Tandem-FAQs.asp

I put the questions / answers that were closest to your question at the
top.
JAWS Tandem FAQs

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like
the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number
in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page.
In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.



Question: What version of JAWS must the controller and target system have?

Answer: JAWS 10 or later. An authorized license is needed if you are going
to be a controller.

Question: How responsive is the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You'll be amazed! It's very much like Remote Desktop or Citrix.

Question: Can JAWS Demo or JAWS 40-Minute mode be used with JAWS Tandem on
either the controller or target system?

Answer: Yes, you can use JAWS as a Demo for a target system during Tandem
sessions.

Question: Can a sighted user who is using a mouse on the controller
computer

work with the target computer or is it limited to keyboard use only?

Answer: The mouse is also active when running JAWS Tandem provided that
you
turn on the video output on controller side.

Question: What are the main uses of this outside of AT training and tech
support? For example, can it be used to work with Web developers for
usability
testing?

Answer: Yes. It can also be used by consultants to help with scripting and
debugging issues from a distance.

Question: Can JAWS Tandem be used by a JAWS user to remote into computers
of

sighted colleagues that don't necessarily use JAWS?

Answer: Yes, if the sighted colleagues install JAWS as a demo on their
computers.

Question: What is the difference between JAWS Tandem and Remote Desktop,
Citrix, or terminal services?

Answer: JAWS Tandem lets you, the controller, run in the target's user
session while the target user is on the computer at the same time. Remote
Desktop/Terminal/Citrix
is running on your own desktop on the remote machine, and no one on the
other side can see or hear it. For support purposes, JAWS Tandem is
perfect.

Question: Why can I not use the CAPS LOCK key as the JAWS cursor in laptop
layout, when pressing the three different JAWS Tandem keystrokes?

Answer: JAWS Tandem keystrokes are not changeable. You can only use the
INSERT key regardless of JAWS being in laptop or desktop layout. You
should
not
attempt to change these.

Question: Can I use a USB Thumb Drive version of JAWS and still work with
JAWS Tandem as either a controller or target?

Answer: No. Because of installation and registry entries, it is not
possible

at this time to use a USB Drive version of JAWS if you intend to establish
JAWS Tandem connections. In fact, the JAWS Tandem options will not be
present in the JAWS menus if you are using a USB Drive version of JAWS.

Question: While in a JAWS Tandem session, can the controller use the Task
Manager on the target computer?

Answer: Yes. To launch Task Manager on the target side, you must use the
keystroke CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE, or press WINDOWS Key+R to open the Run dialog
box,
and then type taskmgr and press ENTER. Note that if you try to use
CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Task Manager, this command will be executed on
the controller's
machine.

Question: From the controller system, can I hear the target system's
audio?

Answer: Yes. During a JAWS Tandem session, events that generate sounds on
the target system, such as a Windows program error, entry and exit of Auto
Forms
Mode, or other JAWS sounds associated with the Speech and Sounds Manager,
can be heard on the controller system. This means that when an event
occurs
on
the target system, a notification is sent to the controller system so that
the controller computer plays the same or a similar WAV file. This is very
helpful
to support personnel and trainers running the JAWS Tandem session.

Question: Can I change my synthesizer during a session?

Answer: No. After a session is established, you can only change the pitch
or

volume of your synthesizer.

Question: Can my English United States (ENU) computer use JAWS Tandem to
connect to an English United Kingdom (ENG) or Australian (ENA) computer?

Answer: Yes. Systems with different minor languages (dialects) will work
in
JAWS Tandem.

Question: Can my English computer use JAWS Tandem connect to a computer
with

a different major language such as French or Spanish?

Answer: No. You would first need to switch one of computers to match the
others' major language before starting the JAWS Tandem meeting.

Question: Can a controller temporarily turn off any JAWS user settings on
the target computer, in order to troubleshoot a problem that the target
computer
is having?

Answer: Yes. Use the Manage Application Settings dialog box located in the
Options menu of the JAWS application window. In this dialog, you can
choose
to
disable all settings, default settings, or selective applications without
having to restart JAWS. A restart would end the JAWS Tandem session. This
is
a great way to troubleshoot a problem by ruling out any user modifications
or third party scripts.

Question: If either the controller or target computer needs to be
restarted,

what will happen to the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You would need to start a JAWS Tandem session again with a new
meeting ID after the computer restarts. It is suggested that the
controller
or target
use end the JAWS Tandem session with INSERT+ALT+T before rebooting the
computer.

Question: How many computers can join a JAWS Tandem Meeting?

Answer: There can only be two. One controller and one target, at this
time.

Question: If you are using Skype to talk from between two different
computers, can you also use JAWS Tandem without ending the Skype call?

Answer: Yes, this can be very useful as well. The controller can explain
what is being done and the target user can ask questions over Skype during
the
entire meeting consequently avoiding a phone call.

Question: What if either computer receives a Skype call during a JAWS
Tandem

Session? Can it be answered?

Answer: If the call is on the target computer, then either the target
user,
or controller for that matter, can answer. If the call is on the
controller
side, then the controller can answer it by toggling back to his or her own
desktop by using INSERT+ALT+TAB without having to end the JAWS Tandem
session.

Question: Can I run JAWS and MAGic simultaneously with JAWS Tandem?

Answer: Not at this time. However, this functionality will be available in
a

future MAGic update. If you want to run JAWS Tandem, exit MAGic first
before
starting a JAWS Tandem session. You can restart MAGic after you close the
session.

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one
user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the
controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The
session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like
the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center.
What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the
port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port
3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number
in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so
that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to
connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have
different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the
following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed
because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page.
In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a
Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.

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From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:54 PM
Subject: JAWS Tandom


Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

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Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Hello

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Re: JAWS Tandom

don wardlow <wardlows97@...>
 

Yes, that's what was done for me. Total control, man.

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of John Sherrer
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 10:39 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: JAWS Tandom

Will it allow one user to service the other person's PC?
John

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:49 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

allows two Jaws users to connect remotely.
Go into Jaws Help Topics, and arrow down to the Jaws Tandom book.
That should tell you everything you need.



At 05:54 PM 8/14/2012, you wrote:
Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Hello

Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
Thanks
Luke

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Re: JAWS Tandom

John ESherrer
 

Thank you, you have answered all my questions.

Here is another question, I always use JAWS, but if I want to help someone
with different adaptive software, what is available that works with JAWS.
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:38 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

Hi John,

Here you go. The information found in this email was gotten from this link;

http://www.freedomscientific.com/downloads/jaws/JAWS-Tandem-FAQs.asp

I put the questions / answers that were closest to your question at the top.
JAWS Tandem FAQs

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center. What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port 3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page. In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.



Question: What version of JAWS must the controller and target system have?

Answer: JAWS 10 or later. An authorized license is needed if you are going
to be a controller.

Question: How responsive is the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You'll be amazed! It's very much like Remote Desktop or Citrix.

Question: Can JAWS Demo or JAWS 40-Minute mode be used with JAWS Tandem on
either the controller or target system?

Answer: Yes, you can use JAWS as a Demo for a target system during Tandem
sessions.

Question: Can a sighted user who is using a mouse on the controller computer

work with the target computer or is it limited to keyboard use only?

Answer: The mouse is also active when running JAWS Tandem provided that you
turn on the video output on controller side.

Question: What are the main uses of this outside of AT training and tech
support? For example, can it be used to work with Web developers for
usability
testing?

Answer: Yes. It can also be used by consultants to help with scripting and
debugging issues from a distance.

Question: Can JAWS Tandem be used by a JAWS user to remote into computers of

sighted colleagues that don't necessarily use JAWS?

Answer: Yes, if the sighted colleagues install JAWS as a demo on their
computers.

Question: What is the difference between JAWS Tandem and Remote Desktop,
Citrix, or terminal services?

Answer: JAWS Tandem lets you, the controller, run in the target's user
session while the target user is on the computer at the same time. Remote
Desktop/Terminal/Citrix
is running on your own desktop on the remote machine, and no one on the
other side can see or hear it. For support purposes, JAWS Tandem is perfect.

Question: Why can I not use the CAPS LOCK key as the JAWS cursor in laptop
layout, when pressing the three different JAWS Tandem keystrokes?

Answer: JAWS Tandem keystrokes are not changeable. You can only use the
INSERT key regardless of JAWS being in laptop or desktop layout. You should
not
attempt to change these.

Question: Can I use a USB Thumb Drive version of JAWS and still work with
JAWS Tandem as either a controller or target?

Answer: No. Because of installation and registry entries, it is not possible

at this time to use a USB Drive version of JAWS if you intend to establish
JAWS Tandem connections. In fact, the JAWS Tandem options will not be
present in the JAWS menus if you are using a USB Drive version of JAWS.

Question: While in a JAWS Tandem session, can the controller use the Task
Manager on the target computer?

Answer: Yes. To launch Task Manager on the target side, you must use the
keystroke CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE, or press WINDOWS Key+R to open the Run dialog
box,
and then type taskmgr and press ENTER. Note that if you try to use
CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Task Manager, this command will be executed on
the controller's
machine.

Question: From the controller system, can I hear the target system's audio?

Answer: Yes. During a JAWS Tandem session, events that generate sounds on
the target system, such as a Windows program error, entry and exit of Auto
Forms
Mode, or other JAWS sounds associated with the Speech and Sounds Manager,
can be heard on the controller system. This means that when an event occurs
on
the target system, a notification is sent to the controller system so that
the controller computer plays the same or a similar WAV file. This is very
helpful
to support personnel and trainers running the JAWS Tandem session.

Question: Can I change my synthesizer during a session?

Answer: No. After a session is established, you can only change the pitch or

volume of your synthesizer.

Question: Can my English United States (ENU) computer use JAWS Tandem to
connect to an English United Kingdom (ENG) or Australian (ENA) computer?

Answer: Yes. Systems with different minor languages (dialects) will work in
JAWS Tandem.

Question: Can my English computer use JAWS Tandem connect to a computer with

a different major language such as French or Spanish?

Answer: No. You would first need to switch one of computers to match the
others' major language before starting the JAWS Tandem meeting.

Question: Can a controller temporarily turn off any JAWS user settings on
the target computer, in order to troubleshoot a problem that the target
computer
is having?

Answer: Yes. Use the Manage Application Settings dialog box located in the
Options menu of the JAWS application window. In this dialog, you can choose
to
disable all settings, default settings, or selective applications without
having to restart JAWS. A restart would end the JAWS Tandem session. This is
a great way to troubleshoot a problem by ruling out any user modifications
or third party scripts.

Question: If either the controller or target computer needs to be restarted,

what will happen to the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You would need to start a JAWS Tandem session again with a new
meeting ID after the computer restarts. It is suggested that the controller
or target
use end the JAWS Tandem session with INSERT+ALT+T before rebooting the
computer.

Question: How many computers can join a JAWS Tandem Meeting?

Answer: There can only be two. One controller and one target, at this time.

Question: If you are using Skype to talk from between two different
computers, can you also use JAWS Tandem without ending the Skype call?

Answer: Yes, this can be very useful as well. The controller can explain
what is being done and the target user can ask questions over Skype during
the
entire meeting consequently avoiding a phone call.

Question: What if either computer receives a Skype call during a JAWS Tandem

Session? Can it be answered?

Answer: If the call is on the target computer, then either the target user,
or controller for that matter, can answer. If the call is on the controller
side, then the controller can answer it by toggling back to his or her own
desktop by using INSERT+ALT+TAB without having to end the JAWS Tandem
session.

Question: Can I run JAWS and MAGic simultaneously with JAWS Tandem?

Answer: Not at this time. However, this functionality will be available in a

future MAGic update. If you want to run JAWS Tandem, exit MAGic first before
starting a JAWS Tandem session. You can restart MAGic after you close the
session.

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one user

and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the controller

system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like the

controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center. What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port 3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number in

the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to connect

to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have different

synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the following

message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed because

the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page. In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.

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the OpenSSL Toolkit.(
http://www.openssl.org/)
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----- Original Message -----
From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:54 PM
Subject: JAWS Tandom


Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

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Re: JAWS Tandom

John ESherrer
 

Will it allow one user to service the other person's PC?
John

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On Behalf Of Chris Smart
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 7:49 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: JAWS Tandom

allows two Jaws users to connect remotely.
Go into Jaws Help Topics, and arrow down to the Jaws Tandom book.
That should tell you everything you need.



At 05:54 PM 8/14/2012, you wrote:
Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

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[mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Luke Scholey
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Hello

Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
Thanks
Luke

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Re: JAWS Tandom

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allows two Jaws users to connect remotely.
Go into Jaws Help Topics, and arrow down to the Jaws Tandom book. That should tell you everything you need.



At 05:54 PM 8/14/2012, you wrote:
Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Luke Scholey
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Hello

Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
Thanks
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Re: JAWS Tandom

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi John,

Here you go. The information found in this email was gotten from this link;

http://www.freedomscientific.com/downloads/jaws/JAWS-Tandem-FAQs.asp

I put the questions / answers that were closest to your question at the top.
JAWS Tandem FAQs

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one user
and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the controller
system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like the
controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center. What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port 3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number in
the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to connect
to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have different
synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the following
message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed because
the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page. In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.



Question: What version of JAWS must the controller and target system have?

Answer: JAWS 10 or later. An authorized license is needed if you are going
to be a controller.

Question: How responsive is the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You'll be amazed! It's very much like Remote Desktop or Citrix.

Question: Can JAWS Demo or JAWS 40-Minute mode be used with JAWS Tandem on
either the controller or target system?

Answer: Yes, you can use JAWS as a Demo for a target system during Tandem
sessions.

Question: Can a sighted user who is using a mouse on the controller computer
work with the target computer or is it limited to keyboard use only?

Answer: The mouse is also active when running JAWS Tandem provided that you
turn on the video output on controller side.

Question: What are the main uses of this outside of AT training and tech
support? For example, can it be used to work with Web developers for
usability
testing?

Answer: Yes. It can also be used by consultants to help with scripting and
debugging issues from a distance.

Question: Can JAWS Tandem be used by a JAWS user to remote into computers of
sighted colleagues that don't necessarily use JAWS?

Answer: Yes, if the sighted colleagues install JAWS as a demo on their
computers.

Question: What is the difference between JAWS Tandem and Remote Desktop,
Citrix, or terminal services?

Answer: JAWS Tandem lets you, the controller, run in the target's user
session while the target user is on the computer at the same time. Remote
Desktop/Terminal/Citrix
is running on your own desktop on the remote machine, and no one on the
other side can see or hear it. For support purposes, JAWS Tandem is perfect.

Question: Why can I not use the CAPS LOCK key as the JAWS cursor in laptop
layout, when pressing the three different JAWS Tandem keystrokes?

Answer: JAWS Tandem keystrokes are not changeable. You can only use the
INSERT key regardless of JAWS being in laptop or desktop layout. You should
not
attempt to change these.

Question: Can I use a USB Thumb Drive version of JAWS and still work with
JAWS Tandem as either a controller or target?

Answer: No. Because of installation and registry entries, it is not possible
at this time to use a USB Drive version of JAWS if you intend to establish
JAWS Tandem connections. In fact, the JAWS Tandem options will not be
present in the JAWS menus if you are using a USB Drive version of JAWS.

Question: While in a JAWS Tandem session, can the controller use the Task
Manager on the target computer?

Answer: Yes. To launch Task Manager on the target side, you must use the
keystroke CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE, or press WINDOWS Key+R to open the Run dialog
box,
and then type taskmgr and press ENTER. Note that if you try to use
CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Task Manager, this command will be executed on
the controller's
machine.

Question: From the controller system, can I hear the target system's audio?

Answer: Yes. During a JAWS Tandem session, events that generate sounds on
the target system, such as a Windows program error, entry and exit of Auto
Forms
Mode, or other JAWS sounds associated with the Speech and Sounds Manager,
can be heard on the controller system. This means that when an event occurs
on
the target system, a notification is sent to the controller system so that
the controller computer plays the same or a similar WAV file. This is very
helpful
to support personnel and trainers running the JAWS Tandem session.

Question: Can I change my synthesizer during a session?

Answer: No. After a session is established, you can only change the pitch or
volume of your synthesizer.

Question: Can my English United States (ENU) computer use JAWS Tandem to
connect to an English United Kingdom (ENG) or Australian (ENA) computer?

Answer: Yes. Systems with different minor languages (dialects) will work in
JAWS Tandem.

Question: Can my English computer use JAWS Tandem connect to a computer with
a different major language such as French or Spanish?

Answer: No. You would first need to switch one of computers to match the
others' major language before starting the JAWS Tandem meeting.

Question: Can a controller temporarily turn off any JAWS user settings on
the target computer, in order to troubleshoot a problem that the target
computer
is having?

Answer: Yes. Use the Manage Application Settings dialog box located in the
Options menu of the JAWS application window. In this dialog, you can choose
to
disable all settings, default settings, or selective applications without
having to restart JAWS. A restart would end the JAWS Tandem session. This is
a great way to troubleshoot a problem by ruling out any user modifications
or third party scripts.

Question: If either the controller or target computer needs to be restarted,
what will happen to the JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: You would need to start a JAWS Tandem session again with a new
meeting ID after the computer restarts. It is suggested that the controller
or target
use end the JAWS Tandem session with INSERT+ALT+T before rebooting the
computer.

Question: How many computers can join a JAWS Tandem Meeting?

Answer: There can only be two. One controller and one target, at this time.

Question: If you are using Skype to talk from between two different
computers, can you also use JAWS Tandem without ending the Skype call?

Answer: Yes, this can be very useful as well. The controller can explain
what is being done and the target user can ask questions over Skype during
the
entire meeting consequently avoiding a phone call.

Question: What if either computer receives a Skype call during a JAWS Tandem
Session? Can it be answered?

Answer: If the call is on the target computer, then either the target user,
or controller for that matter, can answer. If the call is on the controller
side, then the controller can answer it by toggling back to his or her own
desktop by using INSERT+ALT+TAB without having to end the JAWS Tandem
session.

Question: Can I run JAWS and MAGic simultaneously with JAWS Tandem?

Answer: Not at this time. However, this functionality will be available in a
future MAGic update. If you want to run JAWS Tandem, exit MAGic first before
starting a JAWS Tandem session. You can restart MAGic after you close the
session.

Question: What is the role of the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center allows two arbitrary JAWS users anywhere on the
Internet to connect to each other. The Tandem Center gets data from one user
and
passes to the other user.

Question: Who runs the Tandem Center?

Answer: The Tandem Center is hosted by Freedom Scientific.

Question: How secure are Tandem Center sessions?

Answer: All communications between the Tandem Center, JAWS on the controller
system, and JAWS on the target system is encrypted using industry standard
encryption algorithms.

Question: Does Freedom Scientific know about what I am doing if all data
travel through the Tandem Center?

Freedom Scientific does not record the contents of any session. The session
infrastructure is set up so that once a session begins; the data are
encrypted
so that the Tandem Center server cannot decipher the information.

Question: Can the target user disconnect the session if they do not like the
controller user's actions?

Answer: Yes. Any user can disconnect at any time by pressing INSERT+ALT+T.

Question: My Firewall is blocking the connection to the Tandem Center. What
do I do?

Answer: The Tandem Center runs at a well-known Internet address and port.
The Tandem Center address is tandem.freedomscientific.com. The port is
12000.
If Tandem Center is being blocked, configure your firewall to allow access
to this address and port.

Question: For a Tandem Direct session, what port does the target system
listen to for a connection to the controller system? Can I change the port?

Answer: For a Tandem Direct session, the target system listens on port 3000
by default. If you need to change the port setting, choose the Options
button
in the Allow Access to my Computer dialog box, and type a new port number in
the Port edit box. Remember to tell the user on the controller side so that
JAWS Tandem on the controller system can be configured for the same port.
The Options button is in the Get Access to a Computer on the controller
system.

Question: I use the DECtalk hardware synthesizer. My friend wants to connect
to me and help me configure e-mail. He does not have DECtalk and uses
RealSpeak
Direct. Can we have a JAWS Tandem session?

Answer: Yes, JAWS Tandem will detect that you and your friend have different
synthesizers. It will offer to switch both of you to Eloquence for the
length
of the sessions. You both will connect and work for the length of the
session using Eloquence. After the JAWS Tandem session ends, both you and
your friend
will go back to your synthesizers automatically.

Question: My Tandem Direct connection fails and JAWS announces the following
message: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not
properly
respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed because
the connected host has failed to respond. What happened?

Answer: On the target system, you must add an exception to the JTTarget
program in the Windows Firewall dialog box. To do this, open Control Panel
and choose
Windows Firewall. Next, press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Exceptions page. In
the Programs and Services list, use the ARROW keys to move to JTTarget.
Press
SPACEBAR to select the check box. Press TAB to move to the OK button and
press SPACEBAR to save the change and close Windows Firewall. Make a Tandem
Direct
connection again. If this still does not work, restart JAWS and try to
connect again.

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in
the OpenSSL Toolkit.(
http://www.openssl.org/)
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (
eay@cryptsoft.com)

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----- Original Message -----
From: John Sherrer
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:54 PM
Subject: JAWS Tandom


Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

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I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
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Luke

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Re: JAWS Tandem

don wardlow <wardlows97@...>
 

It allows two JAWS users to link their computers.
I used to run into trouble with my JAWS.
I called a local computer guy who also had it, and we did a Jaws tandem.
He could hear what I was hearing, and help me straighten things out.

Don

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of John Sherrer
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 5:54 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: JAWS Tandom

Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Luke Scholey
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Hello

Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
Thanks
Luke

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JAWS Tandom

John ESherrer
 

Hello Folks
What does JAWS Tandom do?
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Luke Scholey
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 11:41 AM
To: Jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Hello

Hi my name is Luke and I have just joined.
I use jaws tandem a lot and I have jaws 11 and on my laptop jaws 13.
Thanks
Luke

Sent from my iPod

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