[Bulk] ITunes



Yes, before the scripts I was also able to use ITunes with F6 and Tab as my
primary navigation tools, and eventually figured out just what the various
panes were doing, and what panes changed when certain checkboxes were

The BlindTunes scripts allow for reordering of playlists, rapid monitoring
of play position, access to the transport controls, access to the store and

I think in general many of these were difficult to do without the scripts.

Again I must stress that ITunes 10.4 broke many of the conventions in prior
versions, and therefore the scripts, as well. So for anyone just starting,
stick to ITunes 10.3 or lower and use the BlindTunes scripts revision 41,
but no higher.

Dave Carlson
From my Dell Latitude 630, currently not nearly close enough for my comfort
to my Audio Recording and Mixing Studios, San Francisco Bay Area. But I'll
try to remedy that situation.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nickus de Vos" <bigboy529@...>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 14:13
Subject: [Bulk] Re: ITunes

Hi I have been using itunes for about a year now without any scripts,
can't see a reason for needing scripts. Think I started with 10.1 and
now I have the latest 10.4, I first had jaws 11 and now jaws 12 on
windows 7 and without scripts I would say it's about 95% accessible.
Don't uninstall it first try it without the scripts. This is the first
time I'm hearing about any scripts but I'll give them a try just for
the heck of it but if they make no difference though I can't think
what more I would want, I'll remove them again and continue as I
currently do. If you're wondering what I'm able to do without any
scripts just as it is, well basically everything. Normal play, pause,
stop, forward, back, navigating through music, video, podcasts, audio
books, editing names and info, Creating and edditing playlists,
burning audio and mp3 discs, importing cd's and other media, syncing
ipods, iphones and ipads and navigating all menues and settings.
Itunes reads everything and you can navigate everyware with arrows tab
and F6 keys.

On 8/17/11, Chris Smart <csmart8@...> wrote:
Your two choices are:
Note: Blindtunes is still in beta. It's free, but if you have
problems with it, remember, it's still in beta and being developed.


2. jTunes, not free, works with iTunes 10.2 and earlier:


At 03:48 PM 8/17/2011, you wrote:

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