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Re: email

David <davidwhitehead1957@...>
 

Hello try;

1, go to users/my documents, create a new folder called, WindowsLiveMail

2, open WLm,
And shift+tab to the
Top of the folders,

3, alt+f,
Down arrow until you hear;
Export email sub menu, press enter or right arrow to open, and choose
Messages.
You now will see a screen;
Select the format you want to export email to.
Choose Microsoft windows mail.
Tab next press enter.
Now you will see/hear;
Please select a folder to store the exported messages:

4, now tab to browse,

Press enter,
Now you need to choose your newly created WLM folder, And then go to next.
You now will see a screen;
Windows Live Mail Export
Select Folders
Select the message folders that you would like to export to Windows Live
Mail.
Here you choose,
All folders,
Or you could choose one folder,
Tab next,
The export process will begin.
The messages/files will be placed into the new folder yu created.

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From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Holger Fiallo
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:55 AM
To: JFW
Subject: email

Hi, all
Using jaws 13 and WLM. I have a folder with several emails that I would like
to copy to an external hard drive. Can I do so? If so, how?

Holger Fiallo
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Re: JAWS 13 & Web Site Navigation

Adrian Spratt
 

Hi, Mitch.

Ed's list of navigation keys includes three I've never used and look forward
to testing. I have a few suggestions along other lines.

Lately I've noticed a pattern where the article's header is followed by one
or more groups of links. One group might be a list of Twitter and other
feeds. Another group might be a list of related items. With this in mind,
when I'm on an unfamiliar website, the first trick I try is to press h until
I arrive at the heading for the article (typically the same heading as the
one for the entire page), then n (for skip group of links) one or more times
until I land in text. It doesn't always work, but it does often enough to
make it a good first attempt.

On newspaper websites, there's often a "print" link that takes you to the
same article but on a less cluttered page. It has the added advantage of
placing the entire article on a single webpage instead of having it broken
up into two or more parts.

NFB Newsline makes available uncluttered versions of articles from
newspapers around the country. I found signing up for this service annoying,
but NFB's customer service is helpful and, once the process is completed,
the service can be useful, though far from perfect.

This is how I now manage the New York Times, a paper that could take up my
entire day if I just relied on the NFB version. I subscribe to the NY Times'
daily email in which they give you the headlines and one-sentence synopses
of that day's stories in as many sections as you choose, ranging from
politics to sports, business to the arts. Each headline contains a link to
the online article. The email service is useful because it tells you what
the Times' editors deem the most important three stories in each category.
However, I find it time-consuming to keep going online for each article that
interests me. So I first load the NFB's copy of the Times into IE. Whenever
the Times email alerts me to an article of interest, I go to the NFB
version, already loaded in IE, and search for the headline. This process has
speeded up my reading of the Times considerably.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Dave Mitchell
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 8:59 AM
To: Jaws List
Subject: JAWS 13 & Web Site Navigation

Greetings: I am using the latest JAWS 13, Internet Explorer and XP Home.
As time goes by, it seems web sites of all types are getting more cluttered
in an inverse proportion to my ability to quickly navigate them for the
relevant text.
I don't know what is happening on the screen and am wondering if others have
tips or tricks to quickly find text while overcoming the sluggishness of
JAWS.
The only quick navigation key I use and one that often worked well in the
past was the 'N' key. Perhaps other impediments such as flash, etc. may be
at work here but it's all guess work for me.
I cannot at the moment list a specific web site for you all but, as I
mentioned, it seems that most newspaper sites are becoming tedious and
hopefully others have some hints for me to try.
Thanks for reading, Mitch
"With the possible exception of the equator, everything begins somewhere."
Peter Robert Fleming


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Re: JAWS 13 & Web Site Navigation

Marquette, Ed <Ed.Marquette@...>
 

Mitch:
I was looking for some tutorials on Office 2010 yesterday. Someone from Hadley sent me a link to some Webinars put on by Freedom Scientific. They are right on the Freedom Scientific Website. BTW, there is one tomorrow on discovering text fonts. For fun, I signed up.
What I noticed is that these Webinars are archived, and I'm pretty sure I saw one on JAWS 13 and navigating the Web.
What struck me was that on the Website, I was instructed to use the semicolon to navigate by section. I never knew that was a quick key.
I've used h, x, c, e,t, b, r, g, k, n, m, and others, but never semicolon. Perhaps that heightened my sensitivity, but I'm almost sure I saw a Webinar called Surf's Up and JAWS 13.
Personally, I'm going to check it out -- right after I've mastered Office 2010.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Dave Mitchell
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 7:59 AM
To: Jaws List
Subject: JAWS 13 & Web Site Navigation

Greetings: I am using the latest JAWS 13, Internet Explorer and XP Home.
As time goes by, it seems web sites of all types are getting more cluttered
in an inverse proportion to my ability to quickly navigate them for the
relevant text.
I don't know what is happening on the screen and am wondering if others have
tips or tricks to quickly find text while overcoming the sluggishness of
JAWS.
The only quick navigation key I use and one that often worked well in the
past was the 'N' key. Perhaps other impediments such as flash, etc. may be
at work here but it's all guess work for me.
I cannot at the moment list a specific web site for you all but, as I
mentioned, it seems that most newspaper sites are becoming tedious and
hopefully others have some hints for me to try.
Thanks for reading, Mitch
"With the possible exception of the equator, everything begins somewhere."
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JAWS 13 & Web Site Navigation

Dave Mitchell
 

Greetings: I am using the latest JAWS 13, Internet Explorer and XP Home.
As time goes by, it seems web sites of all types are getting more cluttered in an inverse proportion to my ability to quickly navigate them for the relevant text.
I don't know what is happening on the screen and am wondering if others have tips or tricks to quickly find text while overcoming the sluggishness of JAWS.
The only quick navigation key I use and one that often worked well in the past was the 'N' key. Perhaps other impediments such as flash, etc. may be at work here but it's all guess work for me.
I cannot at the moment list a specific web site for you all but, as I mentioned, it seems that most newspaper sites are becoming tedious and hopefully others have some hints for me to try.
Thanks for reading, Mitch
"With the possible exception of the equator, everything begins somewhere."
Peter Robert Fleming


Re: flash player and enabling javascript

epierce@...
 

Note sure this is what you need, but in case:

If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, look in "Internet Options".

Control Panel > Network and Internet > Internet Options

Click on the "Security" tab.

Then click on the "Custom level" button.

(The horror begins.)

Way down toward the bottom, there is a section on "Scripting", and under it are the following options for "Scripting of Java applets":

Disable
Enable
Prompt



Please note that these would more correctly be titled "Internet Explorer Options". As far as I can tell, they do not define generic "Internet" settings for all web browsers. Microsoft decided to annoy everyone by assuming that what it calls all "Internet" settings would only be relevant to it's browser (IE).

Similar settings can be found for Firefox or other browsers.

---

The v 1.0.6_33 "Java Control Panel" (you can make it visually appear by changing it at Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Notification Area Icons) has the following on the "Advanced" tab:

(nothing relevant!?!)

oops.

---- Original message ----
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2012 22:22:16 -0500
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com (on behalf of "Deb and Cori" <debsoundandscent@earthlink.net>)
Subject: Re: flash player and enabling javascript
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>

Hi Adrian:
I am fine with the flash.
I can not find any mention of Javascript anywhere you told me to look.
Any other ideas?


email

Holger Fiallo <holgerfiallo@...>
 

Hi, all
Using jaws 13 and WLM. I have a folder with several emails that I would like to copy to an external hard drive. Can I do so? If so, how?

Holger Fiallo
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Re: flash player and enabling javascript

Deb and the girls
 

Hi Adrian:
I am fine with the flash.
I can not find any mention of Javascript anywhere you told me to look.
Any other ideas?


Re: JAWS Training Module

tmichals@...
 

Thanks Greg,
I will look at it in the morning, my brained is fried. lol
This is as far as I got with my code. It is not behaving very well. Want a good laugh? run it. It is appalling what JAWS is spitting out.
<html>
<body>
<form>
<table>
<tr>
<th nowrap="true" align="left" title="Select All">Select
<input type="checkbox"
onclick="for (i = 0; i < this.form.elements.length ; i++)
{if (this.form.elements[i].name=='selected')
{ this.form.elements[i].checked = this.checked;
}
}"
/>
</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
<input type="checkbox" title="Select Item Number 368456708" name="selected" value="0" />
</td>
</tr>
</table>
</form>
</body>
</html>


From: Gary King
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 8:44 PM
To: tmichals@austin.rr.com
Subject: JAWS Training Module

Tom,
The Training link on

www.freedomscientific.com

takes you to a section of the site that has training for their products including JAWS. If you want to look at sample forms and their source code, check out the Surf's Up link.

Gary King
w4wkz@bellsouth.net
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Re: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Gary King
 

Tom,
My experimentation with the web site and JAWS version 13 shows that each line along with the state of its check box is spoken when x is pressed to go directly to each check box and when Spacebar is pressed to change its state the first time. After that, I only hear the state of the check box when Spacebar is pressed. Of course, I can still hear each line along with the state of its check box spoken by either pressing JAWS Key plus Numpad Up-Arrow or JAWS Key plus Tab while the Virtual Cursor is on each line. The JAWS Key can either be the Insert Key or the Caps Lock Key depending on the keyboard layout in use.

Gary King
w4wkz@bellsouth.net

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From: <tmichals@austin.rr.com>
To: <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 4:11 PM
Subject: Using Checkboxes with JAWS


Good Afternoon,

I am trying to help my client out with a problem in jaws and a dynamically built html page. I found a page on the internet that shows the error(?) they are getting. Its at http://asiclassroom.org/checkbox.html . The first time the page is loaded the label gets read as well as weather the check box is checked or not. But after that when I click it, jaws does not say the label information again. I do not have a license for JAWS so I can not call Freedom Scientific and ask them if that’s the way JAWS works or if I have something incorrect in my html. Could one of you kind people with jaws open this url and let me know if JAWS should or should not be rereading the label for the field again when the checkbox gets checked or unchecked?

Thank you
Tom Michals
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Re: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

tmichals@...
 

Thank you Adrian, Raymond and Soronel. I now know I picked a really bad example to model my work after and that when the check box is checked or unchecked JAWS should be rereading the ?label? (the code I was given has title). We are on Windows 7 and using the 64bit version. Again I thank you, at least now I know what JAWS should be doing and it's now just a simple matter of coding.
Thank You
Tom Michals

-----Original Message-----
From: tmichals@austin.rr.com
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 4:11 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Good Afternoon,

I am trying to help my client out with a problem in jaws and a dynamically built html page. I found a page on the internet that shows the error(?) they are getting. Its at http://asiclassroom.org/checkbox.html . The first time the page is loaded the label gets read as well as weather the check box is checked or not. But after that when I click it, jaws does not say the label information again. I do not have a license for JAWS so I can not call Freedom Scientific and ask them if that’s the way JAWS works or if I have something incorrect in my html. Could one of you kind people with jaws open this url and let me know if JAWS should or should not be rereading the label for the field again when the checkbox gets checked or unchecked?

Thank you
Tom Michals
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Re: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Raymond Lombardi <ray214@...>
 

You're very welcome.


Re: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Raymond Lombardi <ray214@...>
 

It even lets me press the submit button and move on to the next lessson. Did you try resetting your internet explore settings?
To do this, go into your internet options under control pannel, then go to theadvanced tab and then find the reset button and press enter.
Make sure you have internet explore closed. after it is done resetting reset the settings you had set.
If you need more help, email me or call me on skype, my skype name is rayman855.

I'll be on tomorrow morning.


Re: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Soronel Haetir
 

Interesting, when I tried the first checkbox all it says is
checked/unchecked as I change it.

However, sometimes on that page, if I use 'x' to navigate between the
two checkboxes then change the check state with space it does indeed
read out the following text again, but it doesn't seem to be very
consistent either way.

Even worse, I just realized it doesn't even always read the correct
text, I was on the second box and it was reading the text for the
first box. I haven't looked at the page source but I suspect that
the author is trying to be cute and failing.

On 6/18/12, Raymond Lombardi <ray214@gmail.com> wrote:

I just went to the website in question, and it worked very well for me.
I'm running Jaws 13. Does your client have windows 7? if so, is it 64-bit?
Please reply when you can.


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Re: flash player and enabling javascript

Adrian Spratt
 

Correction. I overlooked your subject line. Here's how to confirm that Adobe
Flash Player is up to date and, if not, how to update it in a simple,
accessible way. Just go to this website:
http://updateflash.org
Once this page is loaded, you will be told if AFP is up to date. If not,
follow the instructions for how to download and install the update. A nice
point about this website is that there are no unlabeled buttons, as you
probably saw in the update alert you got on your system.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Deb and Cori
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 5:01 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: flash player and enabling javascript

How do I make sure that adobe 11.3 actually downloaded the other day. May
have aborted it.
Also, how do I make sure I have JavaScript enabled?
I use windows xp on a del pc with jaws 13. I use internet explorer, email
program is out look express.
I am totally confused about how to proceed.
Deb Ver Steeg


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Re: flash player and enabling javascript

Raymond Lombardi <ray214@...>
 

Open the program, and then go to the help menu by pressing alt h, then arrow up until you hear check for updates and press enter.
If it says you have the latest version you downloaded it, if it says update button, you need to activate that button and install the update.


Re: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Raymond Lombardi <ray214@...>
 

I just went to the website in question, and it worked very well for me.
I'm running Jaws 13. Does your client have windows 7? if so, is it 64-bit?
Please reply when you can.


Re: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Adrian Spratt
 

I'm baffled by your question and by this website.

First, I've checked and unchecked the checkbox. In both cases, JAWS reads
the entire line, by which I assume you mean "label." If you mean something
different, please advise.

I was surprised that the website instructs you to navigate to checkboxes
with the f key. Yes, this will work, but the more precise navigation key is
x for checkbox.

I have other concerns about the babying way in which the website's author
talks to new JAWS users. I don't know this organization or the person who
associates his/her name with it. However, navigating with JAWS doesn't
require genius, and new JAWS users shouldn't be discouraged by language
suggesting it does.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of tmichals@austin.rr.com
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 5:11 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Using Checkboxes with JAWS

Good Afternoon,

I am trying to help my client out with a problem in jaws and a
dynamically built html page. I found a page on the internet that shows the
error(?) they are getting. Its at http://asiclassroom.org/checkbox.html .
The first time the page is loaded the label gets read as well as weather the
check box is checked or not. But after that when I click it, jaws does not
say the label information again. I do not have a license for JAWS so I can
not call Freedom Scientific and ask them if that's the way JAWS works or if
I have something incorrect in my html. Could one of you kind people with
jaws open this url and let me know if JAWS should or should not be rereading
the label for the field again when the checkbox gets checked or unchecked?

Thank you
Tom Michals
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Re: flash player and enabling javascript

Adrian Spratt
 

In order to determine which version of an application is on your system,
open it, then press JAWS key+control+v. JAWS will announce the version
number. I just confirmed that it works with Adobe Reader open.

As for Java, go to the control panel, then add/remove programs. After the
alphabetical list of programs eventually loads, arrow down. JAWS will
announce what Java programs are on your system.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Deb and Cori
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 5:01 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: flash player and enabling javascript

How do I make sure that adobe 11.3 actually downloaded the other day. May
have aborted it.
Also, how do I make sure I have JavaScript enabled?
I use windows xp on a del pc with jaws 13. I use internet explorer, email
program is out look express.
I am totally confused about how to proceed.
Deb Ver Steeg


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Using Checkboxes with JAWS

tmichals@...
 

Good Afternoon,

I am trying to help my client out with a problem in jaws and a dynamically built html page. I found a page on the internet that shows the error(?) they are getting. Its at http://asiclassroom.org/checkbox.html . The first time the page is loaded the label gets read as well as weather the check box is checked or not. But after that when I click it, jaws does not say the label information again. I do not have a license for JAWS so I can not call Freedom Scientific and ask them if that’s the way JAWS works or if I have something incorrect in my html. Could one of you kind people with jaws open this url and let me know if JAWS should or should not be rereading the label for the field again when the checkbox gets checked or unchecked?

Thank you
Tom Michals
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flash player and enabling javascript

Deb and the girls
 

How do I make sure that adobe 11.3 actually downloaded the other day. May have aborted it.
Also, how do I make sure I have JavaScript enabled?
I use windows xp on a del pc with jaws 13. I use internet explorer, email program is out look express.
I am totally confused about how to proceed.
Deb Ver Steeg