As Bryan said earlier with Window-Eyes most of the time you don't even
have to put the screen reader to sleep with most games. In fact, when
I'm doing all of my testing I have Window-Eyes running in the
background to catch any popup error messages etc while I'm playing.
With Jaws 11 the keys won't work and the game locks up unless I put it
to sleep or unload it. That makes it less than useful for a game
developer, and a royal pain in the tail.
On 4/21/10, Muhammed Deniz <muhamme...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Really Really Really? I could just put jaws by going in to the comfigiration
> manager in jaws, then I could go to advantsed options by hitting ault s then
> selecting that option. Then I could set it to go to sleep when I want it to.
> And I could set it not to go to sleep.
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