moderated JAWS indicating caps


Ann Byrne
 

Is there a way, other than raising the pitch of a spoken letter, for JAWS to indicate that a letter is upper case?


Bill White
 

Yes, there is, if you change your JAWS Sound Scheme.

Bill White

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Subject: JAWS indicating caps

Is there a way, other than raising the pitch of a spoken letter, for
JAWS to indicate that a letter is upper case?


Bill White
 

Hi, again, Ann. You can switch your JAWS Sound Scheme with the following
command,

ALT plus JAWS key plus S.

If you switch to one of the following sound schemes, JAWS will say cap when
a capital letter is indicated, or All Caps, if the word is in all capital
letters,

ProofReading (Attributes and Font Info)
ProofReading (Attributes)
ProofReading (Attributes, Font Info and color)

I hope this helps you.

Bill White

billwhite92701@att.net

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Subject: JAWS indicating caps

Is there a way, other than raising the pitch of a spoken letter, for
JAWS to indicate that a letter is upper case?


Ann Byrne
 

Change to what?????

At 03:52 PM 10/25/2021, you wrote:
Yes, there is, if you change your JAWS Sound Scheme.

Bill White

billwhite92701@att.net

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Is there a way, other than raising the pitch of a spoken letter, for
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Van Lant, Robin
 

If you type" Cap" in the settings center, there are some options. I saw a toggle for whether JAWS announces cap during say all and another that allows you to choose whether cap is indicated when navigating by word, character or just during spell. Especially with alphanumeric passwords where capitals can be in the middle of the word, I've definitely thought about changing this setting.

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Hi, again, Ann. You can switch your JAWS Sound Scheme with the following command,

ALT plus JAWS key plus S.

If you switch to one of the following sound schemes, JAWS will say cap when a capital letter is indicated, or All Caps, if the word is in all capital letters,

ProofReading (Attributes and Font Info)
ProofReading (Attributes)
ProofReading (Attributes, Font Info and color)

I hope this helps you.

Bill White

billwhite92701@att.net

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Curtis Chong
 

Yes indeed. I edited both the standard sound scheme and the one assigned to
Microsoft Word and changed it so that JAWS generates one sound for a single
cap and a different sound for a word that is all caps. The folks at Vispero
can help you by providing you with the steps to do this.

Curtis

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Subject: JAWS indicating caps

Is there a way, other than raising the pitch of a spoken letter, for
JAWS to indicate that a letter is upper case?