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moderated Re: anomado

Van Lant, Robin
 

I had a coworker a few years ago that was really trying to get our company to move to Prezi from PowerPoint. I remember dreading the thought because it sounded so visual. I really don’t’ hear talk of it anymore, but maybe I’m just out of the know now that that colleague left.  It’s supposed to be some more modern alternative to presenting visual information in a meeting or training. The thought is that PowerPoint slides are static and boring. 

 

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Randy Barnett
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2020 2:30 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: anomado

 

Press E is a little button that uses Google assistant. An Animoji‘s are described below and tells you how to use them.
https://www.pocket-lint.com/apps/news/apple/142230-what-are-animoji-how-to-use-apple-s-animated-emoji



Randy Barnett

 

Randy Barnett


On Oct 26, 2020, at 11:27 AM, Marlo Green <marlogreen@...> wrote:



Hi

 

               Has anyone ever done an Anomado? What about a Presi? I hear these are visual but I am wondering if any of you have had to use them Can anyone give me instructions if you have?.

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moderated Editing cells in Excel

Marty Hutchings
 

I know that this has been discussed here before, but what was that check box that must be unchecked to allow editing in a cell in Excel again?  All that I get when pressing F2 from JAWS is "blank" when I try to read the text in a cell.  Also, my JAWS curser is stuck on the clock in the system tray.  I am using the JAWS 2020 and Excel 2007 and Windows 7.  Thanks.


moderated Re: anomado

Randy Barnett
 

Press E is a little button that uses Google assistant. An Animoji‘s are described below and tells you how to use them.
https://www.pocket-lint.com/apps/news/apple/142230-what-are-animoji-how-to-use-apple-s-animated-emoji


Randy Barnett

Randy Barnett

On Oct 26, 2020, at 11:27 AM, Marlo Green <marlogreen@...> wrote:



Hi

 

               Has anyone ever done an Anomado? What about a Presi? I hear these are visual but I am wondering if any of you have had to use them Can anyone give me instructions if you have?.


moderated Re: anomado

mike mcglashon
 

For us uneducated people,

What is an anomado and presi?

 

 

Please advise as you like.

 

Mike M.

 

Mike mcglashon

Email: Michael.mcglashon@...

Ph: 618 783 9331

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marlo Green
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2020 2:28 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: anomado

 

Hi

 

               Has anyone ever done an Anomado? What about a Presi? I hear these are visual but I am wondering if any of you have had to use them Can anyone give me instructions if you have?.


moderated Re: Firefox with JAWS

Jim Pursley
 

Firefox for me is an excellent companion to Chrome browsers. One just needs to be patient once in awhile as FF sometimes leaps ahead of JAWS.

On 10/26/2020 1:59 PM, Soronel Haetir wrote:
I'm using jaws2020 with FF 81 and it's been fine. Some reason you
think it wouldn't be?

On 10/26/20, Chris Hill <hillco@earthlink.net> wrote:
Latest version seems fine with 2021.  I assume no major problems with
2020 either, haven't been any in years.



On 10/26/2020 10:20, Ann Byrne wrote:
Is Firefox working nicely with JAWS2020 and/or 2021?  Which version of
the program do I need?

thanks,

Ann









moderated anomado

Marlo Green
 

Hi

 

               Has anyone ever done an Anomado? What about a Presi? I hear these are visual but I am wondering if any of you have had to use them Can anyone give me instructions if you have?.


moderated Re: Firefox with JAWS

Soronel Haetir
 

I'm using jaws2020 with FF 81 and it's been fine. Some reason you
think it wouldn't be?

On 10/26/20, Chris Hill <hillco@earthlink.net> wrote:
Latest version seems fine with 2021.  I assume no major problems with
2020 either, haven't been any in years.



On 10/26/2020 10:20, Ann Byrne wrote:
Is Firefox working nicely with JAWS2020 and/or 2021?  Which version of
the program do I need?

thanks,

Ann









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moderated Re: How Many of you out there have used Google Calendar?

 

Rick,

            I have several questions before I try to offer any guidance:

1.  Are you already familiar and comfortable with Outlook calendar?

2.  Is the Google Calendar you're trying to manage your own, or does it belong to someone else or another entity and you've been granted modification permissions?

3.  Am I safe in presuming, at least at the moment, that you are trying to use the Google Calendar web interface to create/edit events/appointments?

Google Calendar's own web interface has changed, not like last week recently, but within the last year, so that a minimal set of features for an event, not including notifications, is shown by default.  You must activate the More Options control in order to have the full complement of event options, including the Notifications controls, become visible.  There are only two Notification methods, email and notification.  Email is exactly what you'd think, an e-mail is sent to you to remind you at whatever interval prior to the event you set.  Notification will cause a pop-up on a desktop computer or a notification message on a smartphone that's much like a text, but generated by Google Calendar.
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The purpose of education is not to validate ignorance but to overcome it.
       ~ Lawrence Krauss


moderated Re: Firefox with JAWS

Chris Hill
 

Latest version seems fine with 2021.  I assume no major problems with 2020 either, haven't been any in years.

On 10/26/2020 10:20, Ann Byrne wrote:
Is Firefox working nicely with JAWS2020 and/or 2021?  Which version of the program do I need?

thanks,

Ann





moderated Firefox with JAWS

Ann Byrne
 

Is Firefox working nicely with JAWS2020 and/or 2021? Which version of the program do I need?

thanks,

Ann


moderated Point of Clarification about Google Calendar

Rick Miller
 

The events I have created on Google calendar were set up by members of my church.  They are usually invitations for me to join a Zoom meeting, and I had them imported from Outlook Calendar and saved them on Google calendar.

 

 

 

Rick Miller

 


moderated How Many of you out there have used Google Calendar?

Rick Miller
 

Dear Listers:

 

I am learning how to use Google Calendar.  I have learned how to create an event, but am trying to set notifications.  I have read that there are three ways to receive notifications—either by e-mail, desktop or alert.  Notifications are not working.  When I create events for myself, usually, I don’t want to invite any guests.  The events I create are primarily Zoom meetings or classes at the church I belong to.  When I have tried to set notifications I have gone into the General settings of Google Calendar.  When it comes to notifications it shows that there are three kinds of notification settings—off, Desktop or alert.  When I create events for which I have described—for meetings at church or Bible study meetings in which I do not want to invite any guests, how can I go about getting notifications to work?  Is there anybody out there totally blind who has used Google calendar?  If so, is there any way in the world you can help me or give me the advice I need?

 

 

 

Rick Miller

 


moderated Re: Outlook Address book

 

Vaughn,

            Let me try to describe what I see happening under Outlook 2016.  There appears to be some interaction between "who I've sent or received an e-mail to/from before" and the Address Book when you type a name rather than all or just a distinctive part of an e-mail address.  Why this is, or how to change it, I cannot explain.

            I have never used Outlook to send a message to my partner, Jim.  However I have previously sent messages to another Jim and a Jill, too.  When I type the two characters Ji (note the capital J) I instantly get a dropdown list appearing with the other Jim and Jill, from which I can select either of the two, but my partners address does not appear.  

            Contrast that with what I get when I type the single character j (lower case).  What shows up is the two previously noted Jim and Jill, plus several additional e-mail addresses I've sent to before, all of which contain the letter j somewhere in them, but my partner's name and e-mail address is still not among the things shown.

             Now, I've gone and sent my partner a message using only his e-mail address, but not fetching anything from the Address book.  When I next go to create a new message and type j into the To field the first item in the list is now his e-mail address, followed by all the others, so most recently sent, and exactly what was used in the sending, is at the top of the list of options.

              Since doing all those tests, I opened Options when I was in the compose window, and activated the Empty Auto-Complete List.  After doing that, no e-mail addresses or names show up when I type a part or all of a name in the To field.  I can enter multiple names separated by semicolon.  If I hit Send, Outlook will begin asking me which address I want if there exists more than one for a given typed name, or just plugging in what's associated with it if there's one.

               So, after all of that, I can say I don't get anything in the auto-complete dropdown list that acts like what it appears you and I were used to in the past.  When I need to select names from my address book I activate the button for the To/CC/BCC fields and use search and select in the dialog that comes up, as I know a number of the addresses I want to use, and would think should pre-populate in that autocomplete list, are not doing so.

                The best explanation of how autocomplete works comes straight from the horse mouth:

Information about the Outlook AutoComplete list 

Note well in the statement, "The list contains SMTP addresses, LegacyExchangeDN entries, and display names for people to whom you have sent mail previously."  (emphasis mine).  

                 So, if you have just set up a new instance of Outlook, the building of the AutoComplete List starts from scratch (if you haven't imported a pre-existing one) so until you send messages to someone for the first time, they're not going to show up.

                  I find it odd that there isn't a use of the Address Book in generating the auto-complete list.  The article also goes into how you can import existing autocomplete lists from other Outlook instances, which I've never done.

                  Sorry for the length of this, but clearly autocomplete isn't what many of us think it should be.
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The purpose of education is not to validate ignorance but to overcome it.
       ~ Lawrence Krauss


moderated Re: Enabling Calendar Notifications using Google Docs

Rick Miller
 

I did try that. After I hit Insert+Z to turn off Virtual Keyboard commands I hit Alt+Shift+T and I get a Back menu instead of a Tools menu. When I tab I get options to either reload a page or else do various other things with a page, but I never get the Toold menu. I need the help of one of you who has actually used Google Calendar and who actually knows how to make notifications in Google Calendar work, and I am trying to appeal to anybody.



Rick Miller

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From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of John Covici
Sent: Sunday, October 25, 2020 12:35 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Cc: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Enabling Calendar Notifications using Google Docs

I think these menus areonly for being inside an actual Google
document. Try going to the calendar directly from your main Google
page.

On Sun, 25 Oct 2020 00:56:42 -0400,
Rick Miller wrote:

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Dear Listers:

I am learning how to use Google Calendar. I have learned to create an event and have learned to edit one and set notifications for one, but, for example, if I set a notification for two days in advance of the event, the notification never pops up. Somebody from Vispero Support got in touch with me and suggested I enable accessability using Google Docs. I got into Google Docs by first going to my home page using Google Chrome, which is my default Internet browser. After I bring up my home page I try getting into Google Docs by first going to the address bar using the Control+L key combination and then entering docs.google.com. The technician at Freedom Scientific told me that accessibility would be in the Tools menu which, according to him, I would activate using the key combination Alt+Shift+T. I have tried this, but instead of the tools menu popping up I see a list of recently viewed documents. I have also found myself in a menu asking you to either reload a docum!
ent or do other things. I have tried to seek help from many people but have gotten nowhere, and if I discover I cannot access the Tools menu I might just give up on Google Calendar and go back to using Outlook calendar instead. Can one of you please reach out, even if tomorrow is Sunday and even if it is the weekend?



Rick Miller






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moderated Re: outlook addressbook

Vaughn Brown
 

Hello, Brian,

 

I spoke too soon. I am able to type in the person’s email and it gets pulled up but if I type in the person’s name nothing happens.

 

Again, using Outlook 365 that came with Office 365.

 

Best,

 

Vaughn

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


moderated Re: Outlook Address book

Vaughn Brown
 

Hi Brian,

 

It is Outlook Office 365. It seems to be working now. Of course!

 

Thank you for being responsive and helpful.

 

Vaughn

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2020 8:03 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Outlook Address book

 

Vaughn,

              Just so we are both crystal clear, what are you referring to when you say Outlook?  Certain things suggest the standalone email client while others suggest Outlook.com.  You also say a couple of things that seem like they refer to the Windows 10 Mail App, which is different from either any Outlook client or Outlook.com.

               Can you identify what Outlook you're using, including version, e.g., Outlook 2016/2019/365, if it's the client or Outlook.com?  Is the Windows 10 Mail App in the mix somewhere?

                I have to know where to look, precisely, in order to give you the answers you seek, if I can do so.
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The purpose of education is not to validate ignorance but to overcome it.
       ~ Lawrence Krauss

 


moderated Re: Specific keyboard commands in Chrome

 

This is usually a function of the embedded media player rather than the browser itself.

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The purpose of education is not to validate ignorance but to overcome it.
       ~ Lawrence Krauss


moderated Re: Beta and Eloquence

Morey Worthington
 

Thanks for help. Found pitch with your directions.

Appreciate it.

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Morey Worthington


moderated Re: Specific keyboard commands in Chrome

Justin Mcdevitt
 

Hello to everyone,

 

This morning I was listening to an archived program on a website, using Chrome. Are there specific commands to move back and forwards within   audio/video files, (also Pause and Stop) using Chrome?

 

Best, Justin


moderated Re: Enabling Calendar Notifications using Google Docs

Ann Byrne
 

Calendar.google.com should take you directly there.

At 09:23 AM 10/25/2020, you wrote:
I don't know how to. There is no way to get to the calendar that I can see in Google Chrome, and when I go to the Google home page there is no direct link to the calendar. The only way I know of to get into the calendar is by using the Control+L key combination when on my home page using the Chrome browser and then entering calendar.google.com. If there are other ways to access the calendar, I don't know about them.



Rick Miller


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of John Covici
Sent: Sunday, October 25, 2020 12:35 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Cc: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Enabling Calendar Notifications using Google Docs

I think these menus areonly for being inside an actual Google
document. Try going to the calendar directly from your main Google
page.

On Sun, 25 Oct 2020 00:56:42 -0400,
Rick Miller wrote:

[1 <text/plain; us-ascii (quoted-printable)>]
Dear Listers:

I am learning how to use Google Calendar. I have learned to
create an event and have learned to edit one and set notifications for one, but, for example, if I set a notification for two days in advance of the event, the notification never pops up. Somebody from Vispero Support got in touch with me and suggested I enable accessability using Google Docs. I got into Google Docs by first going to my home page using Google Chrome, which is my default Internet browser. After I bring up my home page I try getting into Google Docs by first going to the address bar using the Control+L key combination and then entering docs.google.com. The technician at Freedom Scientific told me that accessibility would be in the Tools menu which, according to him, I would activate using the key combination Alt+Shift+T. I have tried this, but instead of the tools menu popping up I see a list of recently viewed documents. I have also found myself in a menu asking you to either reload a docum!
ent or do other things. I have tried to seek help from many people but have gotten nowhere, and if I discover I cannot access the Tools menu I might just give up on Google Calendar and go back to using Outlook calendar instead. Can one of you please reach out, even if tomorrow is Sunday and even if it is the weekend?



Rick Miller






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