[JAWS-Users] Re: Composing E-mails

2007-01-17 Thread Victor Gouveia

Hi David,

yes I would like those scripts, and, if you could, provide the instruction 
on how to slide them in.

If you have them on the web site, I can go get them, or if you can, send 
them to me off-list at:

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Thanks for the thought.

Victor 


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Composing E-mails

2007-01-17 Thread Dale Leavens
Victor,

I don't have an answer but I have experienced the same thing and for a while 
the edit window seemed to minimize or something because I couldn't read a thing 
and all keystrokes, although echoed, were delayed unless I maximized the 
window. Don't know why or what brought it on then as mysteriously as it began 
it went away.

I am convinced that this is a feature of XP, that is, random adjustment of 
software settings.



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  From: Victor Gouveia 
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 10:02 AM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Composing E-mails


  Hi all.

  I am using Jaws 7 with XP home.

  I am also using Outlook Express to compose e-mails.

  Lately, when composing e-mails text in the message seems to be cut off at the 
ends of sentences.

  Almost like the word wrap thing in Windows note Pad.

  If I didn't know any better, I'd swear I had a similar feature like Word Wrap 
turned off or something.

  On the flip side, if I maximize the message window that problem goes away and 
I'm able to read the line in it's entirety.

  Any ideas why this is happening and how I can fix it?

  I also noticed that in the format menu of the composing message window, 
something like send picture is checked.

  Admittedly, I've never noticed that before as I've never experienced this 
problem, so I can't say if that's always been checked or not, so the question 
is, should it be checked or not?

  It's not a major thing, but it's just a pain in the ass to have to maximize 
the window every time.

  Victor

  



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Tables in Word

2007-01-17 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Greetings Andy,

I found the below info in the JAWS help menu.
HTH, Andrew
Tables in Word

JAWS detects when you move into, out of, and within a table (from row to row 
or column to column) and even warns you when you TAB into the last cell. 
JAWS
also indicates when the number of columns changes from one row to another. 
Table detection includes nested tables.

Press CTRL+INSERT+T to list all tables in the document. The list shows each 
table and its dimensions. Select the table you want, and press ENTER to move
to it. The insertion point is placed in the first cell of the table, or in 
the first form field in the table if the document is protected.

Reading Tables

In Word, once in a table, press TAB to move to the next cell, and press 
SHIFT+TAB to move to the prior cell. The JAWS standard commands for reading 
tables
are also supported. Refer to
Using JAWS to Navigate Tables.

To read a table row, press ALT+INSERT+R. To read a table column, press 
ALT+INSERT+C.

Column and Row Titles

JAWS can be set to automatically announce the title of columns and/or rows 
as you move through tables. To configure row and/or column title reading:

list of 4 items
1. Move to the column or row that contains the titles. If you are setting 
both column and row titles, move to the cell where the column and row 
containing
the titles intersect.
2. Press INSERT+V to open the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog.
3. Move to Set Row Titles Column to specify row titles are within the 
current column. Move to Set Column Titles Row to specify that column titles 
are within
the current row.
4. Press ENTER to close the dialog.
list end

The Title Reading verbosity item is automatically set based on whether you 
configured row titles, column titles, or both. If you feel you are receiving
too much information, return to the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog, move to 
Title reading, and select the setting you want to use. The available 
settings
are:

list of 4 items
. Read No Titles
. Read Column Titles
. Read Row Titles
. Read Both Titles
list end

To reread a column title, press ALT+INSERT+SHIFT+C and to reread a row 
title, press ALT+INSERT+SHIFT+R.

To reset the row and column title definitions to the default and turn off 
title reading, open the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog, move to Clear Title 
Definitions,
and press SPACEBAR.

Non Uniform Tables

Non uniform tables are tables with rows that span more than one column, or 
columns that span more than one row. JAWS can provide detailed information 
about
the table that can help you navigate and get oriented. If you do not want to 
hear this information, press INSERT+V, select Table Description, and press
the SPACEBAR to choose Off. This setting is retained even after you quit 
Word.

While Table Description is on, JAWS informs you when you move into a 
non-uniform table. You can then press INSERT+F1 to learn more about the 
table. If the
table contains merged columns, JAWS says, At least one cell in this table 
spans more than one column. If the table contains merged rows, JAWS says, 
At
least one cell in this table spans more than one row.

Tables with Merged Columns

If a table has merged cells that span one or more columns and Table 
Description is on, JAWS announces when the number of columns changes as you 
move from
row to row with ALT+CTRL+UP or DOWN ARROW. For example, in a table with 
eight columns, if you move from a regular cell to a cell that spans five 
columns,
JAWS says, Number of columns changed from eight to four.

If you set a row to be used for column headers that contains a non uniform 
number of cells, JAWS cannot properly associate the column headers. For 
example,
if you have a table with eight columns, but the first row contains only four 
cells, and you assign that row for column headers, JAWS does not read the
column headers, but only states the position within the table.

If the first or last rows contain differing numbers of cells from the other 
rows in a table, it may not be possible for JAWS to identify the top or 
bottom
of a column. In this case, if you use the commands to move to the top or 
bottom of a column, ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+UP ARROW and ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW, 
JAWS
announces that the move cannot be made, and the insertion point is not 
moved.

Tables with Merged Rows

A table may have columns that span multiple rows. JAWS does not indicate 
when you have moved from a regular cell into a cell that spans multiple 
rows. In
addition, you cannot use ALT+CTRL+UP or DOWN ARROW to navigate a table with 
merged rows. If the table also has both merged rows and merged columns, you
may not be able to use ALT+CTRL+RIGHT or LEFT ARROW to navigate the table 
either. Instead, use TAB and SHIFT+TAB to move through the table cells.

Creating Accessible Tables

You can create accessible tables for JAWS 6.0 or later solely by using 
functionality available in Microsoft Word. This means that even those who do 
not
use JAWS can mark table row and/or column headings for 

[JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe 8 Download

2007-01-17 Thread John Justice

Hi Donny.  Be sure that you check out the Accessibility section on the Adobe 
web site.  But once you download Version 8, then open it.  The Install 
Wizard will do the rest.  It creates a folder with all of the programs in 
it.  It even sets up a link on your Desktop.
It's about the simpleist installation I've ever seen.

John Justice
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From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 2:37 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Adobe 8 Download



 Hey Guys  gals,

 From yesterday's post you saw that I had some old Adobe stuff on my 
 computer.  I cleaned all of that
 out and now there is nothing about Adobe anywhere.  I am wanting to start 
 all over with this
 program.  I have the link of where to go to download Adobe 8.  When I 
 download it, where do I need
 to save it at?  After I download it, do I have to do anything to use it, 
 or does everything just
 happen automatically?  Thanks for helping the unlearned about Adobe!

 Maranatha,
 Donnie

 If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema 
 Maranatha.
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[JAWS-Users] Re: JAWS 8 AND THE REPLY FEATURE

2007-01-17 Thread Walt Smith

I haven't seen this at all, so can't really be of much help. Is there any 
possibility that just at the point where you press CTRL+R, some new mail is 
coming in and being scanned by your anti virus program? This can and does 
interrupt JAWS.

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] JAWS 8 AND THE REPLY FEATURE


Something really strange about Jaws Version 8 and Outlook Express.  Many 
times, when I press the Control R command when I'm lined up on a message, 
the Edit box opens okay but Jaws is so sluggish as to be practically 
useless.  You type a word and about 2 seconds later, Jaws responds.  Does 
anyone know what could cause this to happen?

Maybe there's some kind of setting change I should make.

John Justice


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading 7.10.500

2007-01-17 Thread Walt Smith

You'd have to uninstall JAWS 7.10, including all shared components, then 
install 7.0. You should _never_ install an older version after installing a 
newer one unless you do this.

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Also if i download jaws 7.1 can I  downgrade to 7 if I wanted to? I'm
guessing the answer is yes. Thanks all and have a good day.


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Tables in Word

2007-01-17 Thread one foxy lady

Tables can be accessed by tab/shift tab, also you can press insert-8/up 
arrow on the numpad to hear the line the cursor is on. Bear in mind tables 
will let the cursor move from left to right in a cell one didget at a time 
and at the end of the last cell on the last row, jaws will say a warning if 
you press tab here it will add another row, so don't do this action unless 
that's what your after. Just shift-tab to go back to the first cell in that 
row.
You also can move up/down arrow  as well and if you leave the tables jaws 
will tell you this..
If you add an extra row by tabbing at the end of the table row last row, do 
this to get rid of it..

while in that row you wish to delete press alt E, D arrow to delete row and 
enter on it.

Hailley

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] Tables in Word



Hi list,

At work, we are now expected to fill out forms that are in the form of
MS Word tables.  How do you access these tables with JAWS?

Andy





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[JAWS-Users] A really nasty website???

2007-01-17 Thread Doug Leavens


Is there a solution for the following u.r.l??
www.memphismotion.com/efmain2.html
I think there's a damn flash movie problem.

Any help would be appreciated.

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[JAWS-Users] Re: A really nasty website???

2007-01-17 Thread Doug Leavens


Thanx Flora!  Will try that.
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Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: A really nasty website???


Two things you could try, in relation to the persistent Flash:  First, Go 
into the JAWS verbosity with Jaws+v, andarrow down or hit f until Flash is 
highlighted.  Turn Flash off by toggling with the spacebar.  then, if you're 
going to be returning to the site, you can personalize settings for this 
page.  For this, hit Jaws+Shift+v, and again choose Flash and toggle it to 
off.  This means that, for the version of JAWS in current use, The Flash 
will always be off when it sees this site until you alter the personalized 
settings.   .


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 Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 2:04 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] A really nasty website???



 Is there a solution for the following u.r.l??
 www.memphismotion.com/efmain2.html
 I think there's a damn flash movie problem.
 Any help would be appreciated.




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[JAWS-Users] Re: A really nasty website???

2007-01-17 Thread Doug Leavens


I tried what you suggested.  Now, jaws reads the page, and shuts up 
completely.  Can't get the links list to talk or any of the navigation 
keys!

Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: A really nasty website???


Two things you could try, in relation to the persistent Flash:  First, Go 
into the JAWS verbosity with Jaws+v, andarrow down or hit f until Flash is 
highlighted.  Turn Flash off by toggling with the spacebar.  then, if 
you're going to be returning to the site, you can personalize settings 
for this page.  For this, hit Jaws+Shift+v, and again choose Flash and 
toggle it to off.  This means that, for the version of JAWS in current 
use, The Flash will always be off when it sees this site until you alter 
the personalized settings.   .


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 From: Doug Leavens

 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 2:04 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] A really nasty website???



 Is there a solution for the following u.r.l??
 www.memphismotion.com/efmain2.html
 I think there's a damn flash movie problem.
 Any help would be appreciated.




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[JAWS-Users] Re: Composing E-mails

2007-01-17 Thread David Ferrin


Here's the function but the problem is with version 8 I'm not having an easy 
a time placing the line to call the function as I did in the past.  The same 
instructions don't work like they did then.  Never the less here's something 
for you folks to go over and maybe somebody out there will find the spot to 
call it even though I haven't this evening.

David Ferrin
the Function AutoMaximize goes in the default script file so it may be 
called from other applications as well.


void Function AutoMaximize ()
var string StatusSymbol
SaveCursor ()
FindGraphic (GetAppMainWindow (GetCurrentWindow ()), maximize symbol, 
s_top, s_unrestricted)

let StatusSymbol=GetWord()
If StatusSymbol == Maximize Symbol Then
LeftMouseButton ()
EndIf
RestoreCursor ()
Pause()
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[JAWS-Users] Re: JAWS 8 AND THE REPLY FEATURE

2007-01-17 Thread Jeffrey Turner


I have also experienced very sluggish response when forwarding or replying
to a message if that message was sent as html.  I've always just accepted it
as the nature of the html beast.

Do you experience this sluggish behavior on text messages?

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] JAWS 8 AND THE REPLY FEATURE


Something really strange about Jaws Version 8 and Outlook Express.  Many 
times, when I press the Control R command when I'm lined up on a message, 
the Edit box opens okay but Jaws is so sluggish as to be practically 
useless.  You type a word and about 2 seconds later, Jaws responds.  Does 
anyone know what could cause this to happen?


Maybe there's some kind of setting change I should make.

John Justice






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[JAWS-Users] Window Maximization Scripts

2007-01-17 Thread Victor Gouveia


Uhm, David?

For the ignorant among us, what the heck are we supposed to do with this?

Sorry, but you didn't specify, and I'm using Jaws 7 still, not Jaws 8, if 
that makes a difference.


You also didn't specify what to do when this is done.

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