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Re: [Bulk] [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Dave...
 

Further to Adrian's suggestions, is that you should never assign a
particular link or element to both a domain and a non-domain. The non-domain
seems to override, so that the marker will only work on a specific page. if
you have difficulty, it helps to go through the list of assigned place
markers and remove both instances of the same marked element and start over
again.place marker

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7

----- Original Message -----
From: "Adrian Spratt" <Adrian@AdrianSpratt.com>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 08:21
Subject: [Bulk] RE: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages


The command to bring up the placemarker dialog is control+shift+k. to locate
the placemarker after it has been created, just press k.

Recent versions of JAWS have made this feature especially helpful with the
"anchor to text" option.

You begin by placing focus on the item you wish to mark. In my experience,
the placemarker stays constant only if I set it on a link.

When you bring up the placemarker dialogue, JAWS places you in a field that
is rarely helpful. Tab once to "Add" and press the spacebar. From here, you
tab through a few choices. For example, one asks if you wish the placemarker
to be anchored to the text where you have placed focus. Press spacebar to
accept.

A less obvious decision must be made for the query whether you want the
placemarker to apply throughout the domain, or website. An example where
this is desirable is the "print" link found in many newspaper websites. When
I land on an article in a newspaper I visit regularly, I immediately press
the letter k to locate the print link, where I have a placemarker that I've
set to apply on every page in the website.

But making the placemarker apply throughout the domain isn't always
desirable. If you have more than two or three placemarkers on a page,
adding a gratuitous placemarker can defeat the purpose. For example, on one
website I regularly visit, there's a particular page from which I like to
link back to my accounts page. I set a placemarker for that accounts link.
However, there's an accounts link on every page in that website, and I don't
use that link on other pages. So in this case, I ignored the global domain
option.

Be sure to tab to the Okay button before closing the placemarker dialog.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Farfar at His Desk
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 9:35 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Mitch,

Been doing it all along. As soon as I have a couple links that I use, I mark
them.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Mitchell" <mitch@orbitelcom.com>
To: "Jaws List" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 05:44
Subject: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages


Greetings All:
I found a review of the Daisy Book in the Training Section of the JAWS Help
menu for the Place Markers and the Custom Page Summary a helpful review.

Your mileage may vary but if, like me, you have not been using Place Markers
on cluttered web sites, invoking this feature might save you some time.
Mitch

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to another with no loss of enthusiasm.

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Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Adrian Spratt
 

Ted, I'm not a Word user, but I know that placemarkers do work with it.
Presumably you need to switch to virtual cursor with insert-z. Someone will
confirm.

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 11:24 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Doesn't that also work in Word? I think I used it once or twice in 12.

Ted

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com
[mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Adrian Spratt
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 11:21 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

The command to bring up the placemarker dialog is control+shift+k. to locate
the placemarker after it has been created, just press k.

Recent versions of JAWS have made this feature especially helpful with the
"anchor to text" option.

You begin by placing focus on the item you wish to mark. In my experience,
the placemarker stays constant only if I set it on a link.

When you bring up the placemarker dialogue, JAWS places you in a field that
is rarely helpful. Tab once to "Add" and press the spacebar. From here, you
tab through a few choices. For example, one asks if you wish the placemarker
to be anchored to the text where you have placed focus.
Press spacebar to accept.

A less obvious decision must be made for the query whether you want the
placemarker to apply throughout the domain, or website. An example where
this is desirable is the "print" link found in many newspaper websites.
When I land on an article in a newspaper I visit regularly, I immediately
press the letter k to locate the print link, where I have a placemarker that
I've set to apply on every page in the website.

But making the placemarker apply throughout the domain isn't always
desirable. If you have more than two or three placemarkers on a page,
adding a gratuitous placemarker can defeat the purpose. For example, on one
website I regularly visit, there's a particular page from which I like to
link back to my accounts page. I set a placemarker for that accounts link.
However, there's an accounts link on every page in that website, and I don't
use that link on other pages. So in this case, I ignored the global domain
option.

Be sure to tab to the Okay button before closing the placemarker dialog.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com
[mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Farfar at His Desk
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 9:35 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Mitch,

Been doing it all along. As soon as I have a couple links that I use, I mark
them.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7


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From: "Dave Mitchell" <mitch@orbitelcom.com>
To: "Jaws List" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 05:44
Subject: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages


Greetings All:
I found a review of the Daisy Book in the Training Section of the JAWS Help
menu for the Place Markers and the Custom Page Summary a helpful review.

Your mileage may vary but if, like me, you have not been using Place Markers
on cluttered web sites, invoking this feature might save you some time.
Mitch

Success is the ability to go from one failure
to another with no loss of enthusiasm.

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Re: Is first-letter navigation in Start Menu a JAWS feature

Debbie Kessler
 

Bill;
It is a windows navigation method. Usually the first letter but not always.
Debbie, Chaz & Jessie
e-mail: jessesgirl@earthlink.net

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Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 7:26 PM
Subject: Is first-letter navigation in Start Menu a JAWS feature


I have a question. Is first-letter navigation within the start menu a JAWS
feature or a Windows XP feature? In other words, if a person who is not
using speech clicks on the start menu, can they use the letters to highlight
the program or option they wish to access?

The reason I am asking is that I noticed something interesting. I use the
program Spybot - Search & Destroy. It automatically created a start menu
entry for me with that name. But I couldn't navigate to it using s or any
other letter or symbol within the name.

What I discovered is that the & symbol was preventing first-letter
navigation. When I renamed the start menu option Spybot - Search and
Destroy, using the word and instead of the ampersand symbol, first-letter
navigation was again possible.

Is this a JAWS bug or a Windows situation?

Thank you.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com


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Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

Doesn't that also work in Word? I think I used it once or twice in 12.

Ted

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com
[mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Adrian Spratt
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 11:21 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

The command to bring up the placemarker dialog is control+shift+k. to
locate the placemarker after it has been created, just press k.

Recent versions of JAWS have made this feature especially helpful with
the "anchor to text" option.

You begin by placing focus on the item you wish to mark. In my
experience, the placemarker stays constant only if I set it on a link.

When you bring up the placemarker dialogue, JAWS places you in a field
that is rarely helpful. Tab once to "Add" and press the spacebar. From
here, you tab through a few choices. For example, one asks if you wish
the placemarker to be anchored to the text where you have placed focus.
Press spacebar to accept.

A less obvious decision must be made for the query whether you want the
placemarker to apply throughout the domain, or website. An example where
this is desirable is the "print" link found in many newspaper websites.
When I land on an article in a newspaper I visit regularly, I
immediately press the letter k to locate the print link, where I have a
placemarker that I've set to apply on every page in the website.

But making the placemarker apply throughout the domain isn't always
desirable. If you have more than two or three placemarkers on a page,
adding a gratuitous placemarker can defeat the purpose. For example, on
one website I regularly visit, there's a particular page from which I
like to link back to my accounts page. I set a placemarker for that
accounts link.
However, there's an accounts link on every page in that website, and I
don't use that link on other pages. So in this case, I ignored the
global domain option.

Be sure to tab to the Okay button before closing the placemarker dialog.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com
[mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Farfar at His Desk
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 9:35 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Mitch,

Been doing it all along. As soon as I have a couple links that I use, I
mark them.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Mitchell" <mitch@orbitelcom.com>
To: "Jaws List" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 05:44
Subject: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages


Greetings All:
I found a review of the Daisy Book in the Training Section of the JAWS
Help
menu for the Place Markers and the Custom Page Summary a helpful review.

Your mileage may vary but if, like me, you have not been using Place
Markers
on cluttered web sites, invoking this feature might save you some time.
Mitch

Success is the ability to go from one failure
to another with no loss of enthusiasm.

-Winston Churchill



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Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Adrian Spratt
 

The command to bring up the placemarker dialog is control+shift+k. to locate
the placemarker after it has been created, just press k.

Recent versions of JAWS have made this feature especially helpful with the
"anchor to text" option.

You begin by placing focus on the item you wish to mark. In my experience,
the placemarker stays constant only if I set it on a link.

When you bring up the placemarker dialogue, JAWS places you in a field that
is rarely helpful. Tab once to "Add" and press the spacebar. From here, you
tab through a few choices. For example, one asks if you wish the placemarker
to be anchored to the text where you have placed focus. Press spacebar to
accept.

A less obvious decision must be made for the query whether you want the
placemarker to apply throughout the domain, or website. An example where
this is desirable is the "print" link found in many newspaper websites. When
I land on an article in a newspaper I visit regularly, I immediately press
the letter k to locate the print link, where I have a placemarker that I've
set to apply on every page in the website.

But making the placemarker apply throughout the domain isn't always
desirable. If you have more than two or three placemarkers on a page,
adding a gratuitous placemarker can defeat the purpose. For example, on one
website I regularly visit, there's a particular page from which I like to
link back to my accounts page. I set a placemarker for that accounts link.
However, there's an accounts link on every page in that website, and I don't
use that link on other pages. So in this case, I ignored the global domain
option.

Be sure to tab to the Okay button before closing the placemarker dialog.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Farfar at His Desk
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 9:35 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Mitch,

Been doing it all along. As soon as I have a couple links that I use, I mark
them.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Mitchell" <mitch@orbitelcom.com>
To: "Jaws List" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 05:44
Subject: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages


Greetings All:
I found a review of the Daisy Book in the Training Section of the JAWS Help
menu for the Place Markers and the Custom Page Summary a helpful review.

Your mileage may vary but if, like me, you have not been using Place Markers
on cluttered web sites, invoking this feature might save you some time.
Mitch

Success is the ability to go from one failure
to another with no loss of enthusiasm.

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Re: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages

Dave...
 

Mitch,

Been doing it all along. As soon as I have a couple links that I use, I mark
them.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Mitchell" <mitch@orbitelcom.com>
To: "Jaws List" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 05:44
Subject: [Bulk] Tip for frequently visited web pages


Greetings All:
I found a review of the Daisy Book in the Training Section of the JAWS Help
menu for the Place Markers and the Custom Page Summary a helpful review.

Your mileage may vary but if, like me, you have not been using Place Markers
on cluttered web sites, invoking this feature might save you some time.
Mitch

Success is the ability to go from one failure
to another with no loss of enthusiasm.

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Power Point 2007 and JAWS 13

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

In light of yesterday's Power Point discussion, I was messing around
last night with a file I happened to have on hand, but could never read
for money marbles, or chalk. I rotated views, shrank, and enlarged, and
finally, quite by accident, found a solution. If I engaged the Office
ribbon menu, prior to invoking Say All, a slide would read perfectly.
Otherwise, it would go straight down to the bottom of the presentation,
and emit a string of dings (imagine a vibraphone player doing a drum
roll with his mallets), telling me it was hitting bottom over and over
again. Does this sound as crazy to you guys as it does to me?



Ted



Ted Lisle, PH.D., Medicaid services Specialist; phone: (502) 564-2574, X
2054; Fax: (502) 564-2228.





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Tip for frequently visited web pages

Dave Mitchell
 

Greetings All:
I found a review of the Daisy Book in the Training Section of the JAWS Help menu for the Place Markers and the Custom Page Summary a helpful review.

Your mileage may vary but if, like me, you have not been using Place Markers on cluttered web sites, invoking this feature might save you some time. Mitch

Success is the ability to go from one failure
to another with no loss of enthusiasm.

-Winston Churchill


Re: Is first-letter navigation in Start Menu a JAWS feature

Dave Durber
 

Hello Bill:

First letter navigation, anywhere in Windows Xp, is a function in Windows XP, not a function of JAWS. Therefore, first letter navigation is available to all users of Windows XP.

HTH

Dave Durber

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To: "jfw mailing list" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 10:26 PM
Subject: Is first-letter navigation in Start Menu a JAWS feature


I have a question. Is first-letter navigation within the start menu a JAWS feature or a Windows XP feature? In other words, if a person who is not using speech clicks on the start menu, can they use the letters to highlight the program or option they wish to access?

The reason I am asking is that I noticed something interesting. I use the program Spybot - Search & Destroy. It automatically created a start menu entry for me with that name. But I couldn't navigate to it using s or any other letter or symbol within the name.

What I discovered is that the & symbol was preventing first-letter navigation. When I renamed the start menu option Spybot - Search and Destroy, using the word and instead of the ampersand symbol, first-letter navigation was again possible.

Is this a JAWS bug or a Windows situation?

Thank you.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com


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Re: Is first-letter navigation in Start Menu a JAWS feature

Kamil ┼╗ak <kamilek687@...>
 

hello. This is a windows xp feature, but it is not available on each menu,
and list box or combo box.





kamil





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On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 4:26 AM
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Subject: Is first-letter navigation in Start Menu a JAWS feature



I have a question. Is first-letter navigation within the start menu a JAWS
feature or a Windows XP feature? In other words, if a person who is not
using speech clicks on the start menu, can they use the letters to highlight
the program or option they wish to access?

The reason I am asking is that I noticed something interesting. I use the
program Spybot - Search & Destroy. It automatically created a start menu
entry for me with that name. But I couldn't navigate to it using s or any
other letter or symbol within the name.

What I discovered is that the & symbol was preventing first-letter
navigation. When I renamed the start menu option Spybot - Search and
Destroy, using the word and instead of the ampersand symbol, first-letter
navigation was again possible.

Is this a JAWS bug or a Windows situation?

Thank you.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com


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Is first-letter navigation in Start Menu a JAWS feature

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

I have a question. Is first-letter navigation within the start menu a JAWS feature or a Windows XP feature? In other words, if a person who is not using speech clicks on the start menu, can they use the letters to highlight the program or option they wish to access?

The reason I am asking is that I noticed something interesting. I use the program Spybot - Search & Destroy. It automatically created a start menu entry for me with that name. But I couldn't navigate to it using s or any other letter or symbol within the name.

What I discovered is that the & symbol was preventing first-letter navigation. When I renamed the start menu option Spybot - Search and Destroy, using the word and instead of the ampersand symbol, first-letter navigation was again possible.

Is this a JAWS bug or a Windows situation?

Thank you.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com


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Re: [Bulk] need a program to burn CDs importante!

Dave...
 

As for ripping, iTunes is the best. It does a much better job of correctly
naming all the tracks with titles/authors, and lists them in exact track
order. WMP never did this very well.


Dave Carlson
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States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7

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Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 17:13
Subject: [Bulk] Re: need a program to burn CDs importante!


I think burning a cd can go haywire any old kind of ways. But how it is
affected by Jaws I can't figure. Other than what I imagine is that when it
goes haywire, Jaws just ain't telling you. I am using media monkey myself.
version 4. find it for free at media monkey dot com. or a gold version for
sale with lifetime of version updates. But it takes a while to get the
program set up to where jaws is talking pretty good. But I am happy with it.
I am still ripping using windows media player, however, version 12. and
jaws goes along good with it.
HTH
Rik

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 5:13 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: need a program to burn CDs importante!

Does anyone know why on my laptop with windows 7 I can't burn an audio
CD with windos media player? I am trying and have been for the last
day and it doesn't work the same it did with XP, is there a free
program I can get that will alow me to burn an audio CD that works
with Jaws?
Jeff

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Re: need a program to burn CDs importante!

rixmix2009@...
 

I think burning a cd can go haywire any old kind of ways. But how it is affected by Jaws I can't figure. Other than what I imagine is that when it goes haywire, Jaws just ain't telling you. I am using media monkey myself. version 4. find it for free at media monkey dot com. or a gold version for sale with lifetime of version updates. But it takes a while to get the program set up to where jaws is talking pretty good. But I am happy with it. I am still ripping using windows media player, however, version 12. and jaws goes along good with it.
HTH
Rik

-----Original Message-----
From: jeff worthington
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 5:13 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: need a program to burn CDs importante!

Does anyone know why on my laptop with windows 7 I can't burn an audio
CD with windos media player? I am trying and have been for the last
day and it doesn't work the same it did with XP, is there a free
program I can get that will alow me to burn an audio CD that works
with Jaws?
Jeff

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Re: [Bulk] need a program to burn CDs importante!

John Martyn
 

Yeah, second to the iTunes suggestion. Lol, and don't forget blind tunes!
Ha ha
John

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Farfar at His Desk
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 4:30 PM
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Subject: Re: [Bulk] need a program to burn CDs importante!

Jeff,

I can't tell you why you're not able to do it with Windows Media Player --
sorry. Have you considered downloading iTunes?

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7


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To: <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 16:13
Subject: [Bulk] need a program to burn CDs importante!


Does anyone know why on my laptop with windows 7 I can't burn an audio
CD with windos media player? I am trying and have been for the last
day and it doesn't work the same it did with XP, is there a free
program I can get that will alow me to burn an audio CD that works
with Jaws?
Jeff

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Re: [Bulk] need a program to burn CDs importante!

Dave...
 

Jeff,

I can't tell you why you're not able to do it with Windows Media Player --
sorry. Have you considered downloading iTunes?

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7

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To: <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 16:13
Subject: [Bulk] need a program to burn CDs importante!


Does anyone know why on my laptop with windows 7 I can't burn an audio
CD with windos media player? I am trying and have been for the last
day and it doesn't work the same it did with XP, is there a free
program I can get that will alow me to burn an audio CD that works
with Jaws?
Jeff

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need a program to burn CDs importante!

jeff worthington <jjwcristiano040106@...>
 

Does anyone know why on my laptop with windows 7 I can't burn an audio
CD with windos media player? I am trying and have been for the last
day and it doesn't work the same it did with XP, is there a free
program I can get that will alow me to burn an audio CD that works
with Jaws?
Jeff


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Re: Is jaws the same on 32 and 64 bit?

John ESherrer
 

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Nickus de Vos
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 1:17 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Is jaws the same on 32 and 64 bit?
ZoomText will run on 64 bit operating system, but will not work well with 64
bJohnit applications.

You would think bythis time all software companies wrote 64 bit
applications from scratch in sted of completely ignoring it or as most
companies did for a long time just change a few strings of code to
make it 64 bit compatible. I only use the default jaws voice, never
really tryed any other voices so I'll be fine.

On 2/20/12, Soronel Haetir <soronel.haetir@gmail.com> wrote:
The main thing related to jaws that doesn't work on a 64 bit system
are the 32 bit RealSpeak SAPI voices. Having those in addition to the
solo direct voices (which do work on 64 bit systems) was nice at
times, but also not enough to keep me from switching.

On 2/20/12, Nickus de Vos <bigboy529@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all
I'm currently running windows 7 ultimate 32 bit, office 2010 and jaws
13. I want to go over to a 64 bit system but just want to find out if
there's anything in jaws which doesn't work or which acts differently?
In theory it should work exactly the same but you never know and I
don't want any nasty surprises.

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Re: What are 32 and 64 bit?, was Is jaws the same on 32 and 64 bit?

 

Must be my typo - sorry. (meant 4 GB, but slightly less, as others said on various forums).
Cheers,
Joseph

----- Original Message -----
From: Nickus de Vos <bigboy529@gmail.com
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Date sent: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 20:45:10 +0200
Subject: Re: What are 32 and 64 bit?,was Re: Is jaws the same on 32 and 64 bit?

Joseph, just to correct you, windows 32 bit can only use up to 3 in
some cases 3.2 or 3.5 GB of RAM and not 7 GB as you said.

On 2/20/12, Joseph Lee <joseph.lee22590@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
That icon means you're running 64-bit version of Windows.
The discussion of 32-bst versus 64-bit can be summarized in two
senses: memory capacity and data. In most discussions, 64-bit
refers to mostly using more memory than 32-bit computers. For
instance, a 32-bit processor can handle up to about 7 GB of
memory (slightly less than that), whereas 64-bit can handle more.
In terms of data, its just the way numbers and other things are
presented to a computer for processing.
In our discussion, it relates to memory capacity and kinds of
programs Windows can handle:
* 32-bit Windows can run under 32-bst processor but not under
64-bit CPU's. This includes modgy CPU's such as Intel Core I
series (I3, I5, I7) and others which can run in either 32-bit or
64-bit mode. Also, 32-bit Windows can run 32-bit programs and
16-bit programs.
* 64-bit Windows will work on 64-bit CPU's such as newer Intel
chips and AMD ones. It can also run 64-bit applications and
32-bit programs with a limitation that things that require deeper
hardware access (like screen readers such as JAWS) requires
64-bit version to be present.
Hope this helps.
Cheers,
Joseph


----- Original Message -----
From: Roger Loran Bailey <rogerbailey81@aol.com
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Date sent: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 12:32:34 -0500
Subject: What are 32 and 64 bit?, was Re: Is jaws the same on 32
and 64 bit?

Back in November my computer went toes up and I had to buy
another one.
Before that I do not recall discussion of 32 versus 64 bit on
these
technical support lists. For one thing that means that I bought
a
computer without knowing whether it was 32 or 64 bit and without
knowing
that there was such a thing. Since November the question of 32
versus 64
bit this and that have been an extremely frequent subject. The
icon I
use to open my browser is labeled Internet Explorer 9 64 bit.
Does this
mean that my computer is 64 bit or does that only refer to the
browser.
If it is the latter then how do I find out how many bits my
computer is?
Then, what does this 32 and 64 bit stuff mean anyway and what
difference
does it make to me whether my computer or something on my
computer is
one or the other anyway?

On 2/20/2012 12:18 PM, Nickus de Vos wrote:
Hi all
I'm currently running windows 7 ultimate 32 bit, office 2010 and
jaws
13. I want to go over to a 64 bit system but just want to find
out if
there's anything in jaws which doesn't work or which acts
differently?
In theory it should work exactly the same but you never know and
I
don't want any nasty surprises.

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Re: What are 32 and 64 bit?, was Is jaws the same on 32 and 64 bit?

Nickus de Vos <bigboy529@...>
 

Joseph, just to correct you, windows 32 bit can only use up to 3 in
some cases 3.2 or 3.5 GB of RAM and not 7 GB as you said.

On 2/20/12, Joseph Lee <joseph.lee22590@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
That icon means you're running 64-bit version of Windows.
The discussion of 32-bst versus 64-bit can be summarized in two
senses: memory capacity and data. In most discussions, 64-bit
refers to mostly using more memory than 32-bit computers. For
instance, a 32-bit processor can handle up to about 7 GB of
memory (slightly less than that), whereas 64-bit can handle more.
In terms of data, its just the way numbers and other things are
presented to a computer for processing.
In our discussion, it relates to memory capacity and kinds of
programs Windows can handle:
* 32-bit Windows can run under 32-bst processor but not under
64-bit CPU's. This includes modgy CPU's such as Intel Core I
series (I3, I5, I7) and others which can run in either 32-bit or
64-bit mode. Also, 32-bit Windows can run 32-bit programs and
16-bit programs.
* 64-bit Windows will work on 64-bit CPU's such as newer Intel
chips and AMD ones. It can also run 64-bit applications and
32-bit programs with a limitation that things that require deeper
hardware access (like screen readers such as JAWS) requires
64-bit version to be present.
Hope this helps.
Cheers,
Joseph


----- Original Message -----
From: Roger Loran Bailey <rogerbailey81@aol.com
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Date sent: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 12:32:34 -0500
Subject: What are 32 and 64 bit?, was Re: Is jaws the same on 32
and 64 bit?

Back in November my computer went toes up and I had to buy
another one.
Before that I do not recall discussion of 32 versus 64 bit on
these
technical support lists. For one thing that means that I bought
a
computer without knowing whether it was 32 or 64 bit and without
knowing
that there was such a thing. Since November the question of 32
versus 64
bit this and that have been an extremely frequent subject. The
icon I
use to open my browser is labeled Internet Explorer 9 64 bit.
Does this
mean that my computer is 64 bit or does that only refer to the
browser.
If it is the latter then how do I find out how many bits my
computer is?
Then, what does this 32 and 64 bit stuff mean anyway and what
difference
does it make to me whether my computer or something on my
computer is
one or the other anyway?

On 2/20/2012 12:18 PM, Nickus de Vos wrote:
Hi all
I'm currently running windows 7 ultimate 32 bit, office 2010 and
jaws
13. I want to go over to a 64 bit system but just want to find
out if
there's anything in jaws which doesn't work or which acts
differently?
In theory it should work exactly the same but you never know and
I
don't want any nasty surprises.

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