moderated difference in virtualize control and virtualize window


Van Lant, Robin
 

Hi,

I started using insert alt W to virtualize a window when I had dialog boxes that wouldn’t read fully.  I then heard mention of insert Shift V to virtualize a control.  I’m trying to get my head around the differences and best cases uses for each.  While composing this message in Outlook, I notice that  virtualizing the window only reads the headers, so it’s not really virtualizing the full screen or program window. Virtualizing control does nothing, so there is obviously some aspect that has to be present to get that one to work.  So, what are your thoughts on these two options?  Use cases? 

 

 

 

 

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Robin Van Lant

 



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Udo Egner-Walter
 

Hi Robin, 

the difference between windows and control is that a control is a single thing like a button or a listbox or a combobox whereas a window is a container for a bunch of controls. So a file manager windows consists of a tree view, al list view, some symbol buttons and so on. 

Hope this helps
Udo 

Am 16.11.2022 um 20:57 schrieb Van Lant, Robin via groups.io <Robin_Van_Lant@...>:

Hi,
I started using insert alt W to virtualize a window when I had dialog boxes that wouldn’t read fully.  I then heard mention of insert Shift V to virtualize a control.  I’m trying to get my head around the differences and best cases uses for each.  While composing this message in Outlook, I notice that  virtualizing the window only reads the headers, so it’s not really virtualizing the full screen or program window. Virtualizing control does nothing, so there is obviously some aspect that has to be present to get that one to work.  So, what are your thoughts on these two options?  Use cases? 
 
 
 
 
Using Windows 10, JAWS 2021, Office 365.
Robin Van Lant
 


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