Like I said that is just a theory. I don't know why Jaws locks up with
games for certain other than it is trying to have eexclusive control
of the keyboard were Window-Eyes, NVDA, Hal, etc doesn't do that.
Window-Eyes and NVDA both have scripting too so I don't see why Jaws
would have to have exclusive control of the keyboard to get their
scripting engine to work properly. Whatever the case the problem is
rather self-evident even if the cause isn't.
On 8/8/10, weis...@googlemail.com <weis...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Yes, I understand. Though still I am wondering why they had to make it this
> way. My believings are they couldn't get scripting to work without it.
> But why does window-eyes?
> Also I find it to be a little odd, having my keyboard keys first being
> processed through the screen reader I am using. I don't know why but it
> just feels a little odd.
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