moderated JAWS and Rumble?


Tom Cramer
 

Hello,
I have some friends who put some content on a YouTubelike service
called Rumble, and I can't seem to use it with JAWS. Has anyone tried
it and how useable is it? I know the link to the video is there, but I
don't find the buttons that will let me play, rewind, fast forward,
etc. Does anyone know?


John Covici
 

The button to play the video is actually in the video, so you will
need aira to click it. Once you do that you can use jaws key+3 on the
number row and then type space to pause the video -- that is as far as
I have ever gotten with rumble. I did send an Email to support with
no response.

On Fri, 18 Nov 2022 22:34:38 -0500,
Tom Cramer wrote:

Hello,
I have some friends who put some content on a YouTubelike service
called Rumble, and I can't seem to use it with JAWS. Has anyone tried
it and how useable is it? I know the link to the video is there, but I
don't find the buttons that will let me play, rewind, fast forward,
etc. Does anyone know?




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How do
you spend it?

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David Ingram
 

In  using  rumble, how do you play videos,  i have jaws  2023 on windows 10  pro  22H2?  Thank you for any assistance that you can give me concerning performing this task.

On Nov 19, 2022, at 7:32 AM, John Covici <covici@...> wrote:

The button to play the video is actually in the video, so you will
need aira to click it.  Once you do that you can use jaws key+3 on the
number row and then type space to pause the video -- that is as far as
I have ever gotten with rumble.  I did send an Email to support with
no response.

On Fri, 18 Nov 2022 22:34:38 -0500,
Tom Cramer wrote:

Hello,
I have some friends who put some content on a YouTubelike service
called Rumble, and I can't seem to use it with JAWS. Has anyone tried
it and how useable is it? I know the link to the video is there, but I
don't find the buttons that will let me play, rewind, fast forward,
etc. Does anyone know?






-- 
Your life is like a penny.  You're going to lose it.  The question is:
How do
you spend it?

        John Covici wb2una
        covici@...




Josh Kennedy
 

what version of? jaws are you using? Because version 2023 is supposed to work with it.


David Ingram
 

Hi, how are you? i'm using jaws 2023. my question is is there a way to find shows like flashpoint on rumble? my goal is to find Christian content on rumble.  Thank you for any information as to how i can access Christian content like flashpoint as an example.  Thank you.

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Subject: Re: JAWS and Rumble?

 

what version of? jaws are you using? Because version 2023 is supposed to work with it.

 


Brandon McGinty
 

If someone with more time would like to flush this out, I'd be
grateful. I just popped onto the website to see what could be done to
help with this while I had a second.
(You can do the following with an addon like Tampermonkey or Custom
Javascript for Websites, if you're technically inclined.)

When on a video page, open your Javascript Console. In Chrome, use
ctrl-shift-j; in firefox, it might be the same command, or possibly
F12.
Run the following Javascript snippet to add some text to each of the
unlabeled player controls (copy and paste this; it should be all one
one line so your console doesn't execute only part of it)):
var v=0; document.querySelectorAll("div>div>svg").forEach(function(i){v+=1;i.setAttribute("aria-label","Hidden
Control "+v);});
Exit the Javascript console with F12 or F6 (until you're back on the
actual webpage).
You should see a couple of new controls, such as "Hidden Control 1".
Pressing enter on the first of these hidden controls should start
playback of the video.
You can then pause the video by using the space bar, though you'll
have to use jaws-key 3 first. You might be able to arrow left and
right to seek through the video, though I haven't tested this.

Brandon McGinty


David Ingram
 

Hi, i’m  using jaws 2023.  Windows 10  pro  and the version of windows is 22H2 if that helps anything.

On Nov 20, 2022, at 6:39 AM, Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...> wrote:

what version of? jaws are you using? Because version 2023 is supposed to work with it.