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moderated how do you test your internal microphone in zoom to confirm the mike is working properly?


Hank William Merchant
 

Good morning,

Using jaws, how does a person go about testing their internal microphone in zoom to confirm that indeed your computer internal microphone is working properly so that people in a meeting you are doing in zoom can for sure indeed here you loud and clear talk to them properly? Any help I can maybe get with this would be so very much appreciated! Much, much thanks in advance for any possible help with this particular concern when using zoom.







Kindest regards,
Hank

-----Original Message-----
From: Shai
Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 2:42 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Speech with Zoom

Hello,
the keystroke is actually alt windows s not control.

Thanks.


On 1/11/21, Joe <joet1226@gmail.com> wrote:
Depending upon your version of Jaws, press Ctrl + Alt + S to silence
notifications in Zoom.

Joe

Picture of Owl with Mortar Board and Computer

Dr. Joe L. Todd CVRT

Phone: 616.951.2142





From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Scott Pearl
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2021 3:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Speech with Zoom



When I'm using JAWS with Zoom so often throughout the meeting it tells me
that someone has left the meeting, someone's bandwidth is low or someone's
microphone is muted, etc. Having these messages go through a Zoom meeting
several dozen or hundred times is just unworkable. Does anyone know if
there
is anywhere in the settings center I'm missing how to shut these messages
off? I don't want to turn JAWS off to the "Speech on Demand" because I'm
working with a Word document while in the meeting and need JAWS to talk to
me, just without these nonstop notifications.

Thank you!













--
Shai Wolman
Wolman technologies
(619)894-6587
Providing training to children and adults that empowers them to be
productive and successful with their assistive technology/computing
tasks.
atvistech@gmail.com


Jim Weiss
 

Under settings there is an audio subcategory. In the audio subcategory you will find a test mic button.

On Jan 13, 2021, at 7:27 AM, Hank William Merchant <hank_w@xplornet.ca> wrote:


Good morning,

Using jaws, how does a person go about testing their internal microphone in zoom to confirm that indeed your computer internal microphone is working properly so that people in a meeting you are doing in zoom can for sure indeed here you loud and clear talk to them properly? Any help I can maybe get with this would be so very much appreciated! Much, much thanks in advance for any possible help with this particular concern when using zoom.







Kindest regards,
Hank


-----Original Message----- From: Shai
Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 2:42 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Speech with Zoom

Hello,
the keystroke is actually alt windows s not control.

Thanks.


On 1/11/21, Joe <joet1226@gmail.com> wrote:
Depending upon your version of Jaws, press Ctrl + Alt + S to silence
notifications in Zoom.

Joe

Picture of Owl with Mortar Board and Computer

Dr. Joe L. Todd CVRT

Phone: 616.951.2142





From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Scott Pearl
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2021 3:49 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Speech with Zoom



When I'm using JAWS with Zoom so often throughout the meeting it tells me
that someone has left the meeting, someone's bandwidth is low or someone's
microphone is muted, etc. Having these messages go through a Zoom meeting
several dozen or hundred times is just unworkable. Does anyone know if
there
is anywhere in the settings center I'm missing how to shut these messages
off? I don't want to turn JAWS off to the "Speech on Demand" because I'm
working with a Word document while in the meeting and need JAWS to talk to
me, just without these nonstop notifications.

Thank you!













--
Shai Wolman
Wolman technologies
(619)894-6587
Providing training to children and adults that empowers them to be
productive and successful with their assistive technology/computing
tasks.
atvistech@gmail.com