[JAWS-Users] Re: error message

2007-02-23 Thread one foxy lady

Hi victor,

I'm interested..one thing you listed the no-adaware puzzles me since I have 
that..I also have probably amounts to nothing..spy bot with Norton security 
suite..

Hailley
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From: Victor Gouveia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 8:49 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: error message


Hi Patti,

I get that message every so often.

I find the only solution is to run a good anti-spyware program such as 
Spybot, Ad-Aware or No-Ad-Aware.

I find the latter to be more easier, Jaws friendly, as every aspect of the 
program is accessible without scripts, and it detects items on your system 
and labels them as non-critical, severe and dangerous.

It gives you the option of making back-up copies of the stuff it finds in 
case you find that deleting it will adversely affect another program that 
relies on the stuff, like Kazaa or Lime Wire.

Either way, I find it not necessary to make the back-ups and just delete the 
stuff outright.

The program is relatively low-cost and very affordable and easy to obtain.

Let me know if you want more information.

Victor



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[JAWS-Users] Re: No Ad-Aware Information

2007-02-23 Thread one foxy lady

it's right as rain...thanks

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Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 10:51 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] No Ad-Aware Information


Hi All,

This information is addressed to a number of people who asked for this 
information, so I may address a number of things in this message.

First and foremost, to Hailley, I'm not sure I understand your question.  If 
you are saying you have this program, then great, I think it's a great 
program and worth the money to purchase it.

It often catches things even Norton doesn't catch.

On the other hand, if you're saying that the program that you have isn't all 
that great, that's fine too, people are entitled to their opinion, but you 
have to make sure that you have the right program.

There is Lavasoft's Ad-Aware, which is free for the personal version, and 
available from the JFW Lite site, but this program, simply called No 
Ad-Aware is not free and is a program that my brother and I have been using 
for quite a while.

As I said in my original post, No Ad-Aware does not require any scripts to 
use with Jaws, and is completely accessible with Jaws version 5.00 and up. 
I can't say if it is compatible with earlier versions of Jaws as I have 
never tried it with earlier versions.

Anyway, Lavasoft's version of Ad-Aware requires scripts to make it 
accessible and is free for personal use.

As I also said, No Ad-Aware is almost completely accessible without any 
scripts, and even the shields and settings screens are completely 
accessible.

I'm sorry if I seem to harp on so much about it's accessibility, but it's so 
rare to find a computer program that is completely accessible.  Even Spybot 
for the Blind versions isn't completely accessible, and they claim to be 
accessible for the blind, whereas this program makes no claim, whatsoever, 
and yet it is totally accessible.

Anyway, enough of my ranting for today.

Either way, I hope you can clarify your question Hailley.

Now, as for the other person, I think it was Margaret, I believe the 
registration stuff is located in the help menu.

I'm sorry, I really can't say where it is and what the process is as my 
brother installed it when he installed all the other software on my new 
laptop, but as soon as I get a chance, I'll ask him how he did it and write 
this information back to you.

Lastly, some important information for those who have downloaded the trial 
version, or have upgraded to the registered version, it is important that 
you configure the program correctly.

You can do this by going into the options menu, and into the settings dialog 
box, which is the first option in the menu.

Once in the dialog box, tab through the checkboxes and make sure that the 
following is checked:

* automatically save log file
* always request confirmation before removing spyware

The option after these ones is automatically check for updates.  This is one 
that you must decide whether you want.

The Program does give you the option of updating the threat signatures 
yourself manually by pressing the update button on the main console, or you 
can elect to have the program do it as soon as you start it up.

I have a high speed internet connection and am therefore always connected to 
the internet, so I have that checked on, so as soon as I turn on the 
program, it automatically scans for updates to the program, and asks me if I 
want to download it and initialize it.

The second setting you have to configure is the scan setting, so after 
you've finished checking the boxes I've labelled above, tab over to the o.k. 
button, and press the spacebar.

Afterwards, go back into your options menu, and up arrow to scan settings.

This is the important setting to configure, otherwise it does not run a 
complete scan.

You see, what it gives you is the option for a full system scan, or a smart 
scan, which takes less time.

However, the latter is not a full system scan, and, naturally, it neglects 
to scan some things during this process, so I would recommend you set it to 
do  full system scan every time.

So, after the scan settings dialog box has opened, you'll land on the o.k. 
button, don't ask me why, it just does this for no reason.

Either way, tab twice, and you'll land on a radio button.  At this point you 
can either up or down arrow to the desired choice, as there are only two 
choices, perform a smart system scan, or perform a full system scan.

As I said, the latter should be chosen, as it is more complete and in-depth.

Once you've made your choice, tab once more and you'll land on a checkbox 
that says include sub-folders and files in your scan.  This should, 
obviously, be checked.

Once you've checked this box, tab over to the o.k. button and you're done in 
terms of setting up the scan and program portions of the program.

As for the other options, in the menu, I can't really say how to go through 
them, such as the Active X 

[JAWS-Users] Re: System Restore Help

2007-02-22 Thread one foxy lady

Um, she can't locate the system restore feature on her computer as I have 
provided for here below and my question was, is there somewhere else she can 
look to get to it?
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From: David Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 9:33 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: System Restore Help



 There is an audio tutorial up on the site done very well by miss Sarah 
 that
 should fill the bill.
 David Ferrin
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 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 10:25 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] System Restore Help



 Below is a friend of mine experiencing some problems locating how to do a
 system restore. I copied from the web site the info listed but guess she's
 still needing assistance and I am not sure just how to tell her to find 
 her
 system's restore feature.
 Can anyone help please?

 Hailley

 Hi, I have windows xp pro and I guess the teck who set up this machine

 didn't feel that I needed access to this function. I can't get into 
 systems
 tools, it only allows me access to internet explorer.

 that is so weird, are you using xp? below is steps to locate the system's
 restore feature provided you use xp which I guess I assumed you did..



 



 Restoring your computer using System Restore, and Jaws.

 This procedure was used successfully with Jaws 6.2, on an eMachine 
 computer,
 with an Intel 2.8ghz processor, 256mb ram, and 80gb hard drive, with the
 display resolution set at 50% of the maximum available screen resolution,
 and color pallet set at highest 32 bit.



 1. From the system restore window, choose, restore my computer to an 
 earlier
 time, and tab to the next button, and press enter.

 2. Use control home, to move to the top of the page, then arrow downuntil
 you hear the current month and year. while arrowing down the page, you 
 will
 hear instructions for restoring your computer.

 3. While the cursor is positioned on the current month, shift tab, and you
 will be on the previous month button. if you want to see the restore 
 points
 in the previous month, press enter on the previous month button.

 4. Follow the above steps to locate the month from which you want to 
 select
 a restore point from. Each time you select the previous month, or next
 month, you can use the up and down arrow keys to move thru the text on the
 selected page.

 5. Once you have selected the month you want, from the available choices,,
 arrow down the page until you hear the day of the week you want. This is
 where a simple NotePad file of your restore points comes in handy. After
 making a restore point, if you record this imformation in a file, you can
 refer to it to see the exact date you want to restore to. This makes it
 quicker to locate a restore point in the restore point calendar.

 6. place your cursor on a day of the week, and then tab until you hear 
 Jaws
 read a restore point, and from here you can use your up and down arrow 
 keys
 to see the list of restore points on the page.

 7. once you have found the restore point you want to use, tab to the next
 button, and press enter.

 8. Here you should get a confirmation page, so, start at the top of the
 page, and arrow down to read the imformation.

 9. If you are satisfied with your selection, then tab to the next button 
 and
 press enter. The system restoration should begin.

 10. Do not disturb the computer during this process, your machine should
 re-boot when the restore operation has been completed.



 There may be a restore confirmation screen presented to you when the 
 machine
 re-boots, and you can okay this dialogue to close it, and resume using 
 your
 computer.

 NOTE This is how the process went on the system mentioned above using one
 particular version of Jaws, and does not reflect how Jaws will read the
 imformation on every system.





  


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[JAWS-Users] Re: System Restore Help

2007-02-22 Thread one foxy lady

She did try that but all she found was..internet explorer.
Thanks for your help.

Hailley
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Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 9:36 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: System Restore Help



 Hi,  Tell her to push her windows key,  then P then enter on accessories,
 then S for system Tools, then enter and under there she will have some
 options, and one of them will be system restore, she will also see Disk
 clean up and Defrag.  I hope this helps.  Jenny


  


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[JAWS-Users] Re: System Restore Help

2007-02-22 Thread one foxy lady

ok thanks I have forwarded her you info here. Thanks for your assistance.

Hailley

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From: Ricque [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 10:32 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: System Restore Help



 Hi Hailley,
 I'm not seeing how this relates to Jaws, so I'll contact you off-list.
 Richard Justice
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 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 10:25 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] System Restore Help



 Below is a friend of mine experiencing some problems locating how to do a
 system restore. I copied from the web site the info listed but guess she's
 still needing assistance and I am not sure just how to tell her to find 
 her
 system's restore feature.
 Can anyone help please?

 Hailley

 Hi, I have windows xp pro and I guess the teck who set up this machine

 didn't feel that I needed access to this function. I can't get into 
 systems
 tools, it only allows me access to internet explorer.

 that is so weird, are you using xp? below is steps to locate the system's
 restore feature provided you use xp which I guess I assumed you did..



 



 Restoring your computer using System Restore, and Jaws.

 This procedure was used successfully with Jaws 6.2, on an eMachine 
 computer,
 with an Intel 2.8ghz processor, 256mb ram, and 80gb hard drive, with the
 display resolution set at 50% of the maximum available screen resolution,
 and color pallet set at highest 32 bit.



 1. From the system restore window, choose, restore my computer to an 
 earlier
 time, and tab to the next button, and press enter.

 2. Use control home, to move to the top of the page, then arrow downuntil
 you hear the current month and year. while arrowing down the page, you 
 will
 hear instructions for restoring your computer.

 3. While the cursor is positioned on the current month, shift tab, and you
 will be on the previous month button. if you want to see the restore 
 points
 in the previous month, press enter on the previous month button.

 4. Follow the above steps to locate the month from which you want to 
 select
 a restore point from. Each time you select the previous month, or next
 month, you can use the up and down arrow keys to move thru the text on the
 selected page.

 5. Once you have selected the month you want, from the available choices,,
 arrow down the page until you hear the day of the week you want. This is
 where a simple NotePad file of your restore points comes in handy. After
 making a restore point, if you record this imformation in a file, you can
 refer to it to see the exact date you want to restore to. This makes it
 quicker to locate a restore point in the restore point calendar.

 6. place your cursor on a day of the week, and then tab until you hear 
 Jaws
 read a restore point, and from here you can use your up and down arrow 
 keys
 to see the list of restore points on the page.

 7. once you have found the restore point you want to use, tab to the next
 button, and press enter.

 8. Here you should get a confirmation page, so, start at the top of the
 page, and arrow down to read the imformation.

 9. If you are satisfied with your selection, then tab to the next button 
 and
 press enter. The system restoration should begin.

 10. Do not disturb the computer during this process, your machine should
 re-boot when the restore operation has been completed.



 There may be a restore confirmation screen presented to you when the 
 machine
 re-boots, and you can okay this dialogue to close it, and resume using 
 your
 computer.

 NOTE This is how the process went on the system mentioned above using one
 particular version of Jaws, and does not reflect how Jaws will read the
 imformation on every system.




  


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Should I upgrade Jaws?

2007-02-22 Thread one foxy lady

I have to agree with you here on 8 so far it's been hassle free..now just 
let me say that and something will happen,lol
sure works great on All in play grins!

Hailley

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Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:53 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Should I upgrade Jaws?



 Personally I found version 7.0 to be wonderfully stable but not 7.1.
 Currently I'm using 8.0 of jaws and I find it just fine as well.
 David Ferrin
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 Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:13 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Should I upgrade Jaws?


 Hi All:

 I am currently running Jaws 6.2, which is a very stable version of Jaws. 
 I
 am licensed to be able to upgrade to Jaws 7.1.  My question is:  Based on
 others experiences with 7.1, is it worth it?  The only real feature that I
 would like is to be able to use Firefox with Jaws.  But, if 7.1 isn't as
 stable as 6.2, then I don't need the headaches.

 I will greatly appreciate any feedback.
 John




  


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Progress Bar Announcement

2007-02-22 Thread one foxy lady

user options it's the first item..

Hailley

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Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 9:59 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Progress Bar Announcement



 Hey David,

 I just went to the configuration manager and I can't find where to make 
 the progress bar changes.
 Could you please give me another one of those pointers that you are so 
 good at?  Grin!

 See ya,
 Scooter



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 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Progress Bar Announcement



 In the configuration manager, probably changing it in the default file 
 would
 be best.
 David Ferrin
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 From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 9:50 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Progress Bar Announcement



 Where can I go to adjust how often I hear a Progress Bar Announcement?  I 
 am
 using JAWS 7.0, Windows
 XP and Outlook 2000.

 See ya,
 Scooter



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Windows Installer Returns

2007-02-21 Thread one foxy lady

That's interesting I've never heard of your particular problem and I use 
Office 2000...
About the only thing I've had issues with concerning Word and with Jaws on 
any version was with Norton's plug in on the micellaneous tab that has to be 
unchecked or otherwise jaws seems to not work correctly in word for me 
anyways..
Once that is unchecked jaws works as expected without any hitches.

Hailley

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Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 6:50 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Windows Installer Returns



I got rid of this problem once before involving Word 2000. Now it
 appears when I am trying to open an Attachment in Word. I tried to save 
 the
 Attachment to My Documents, but still could not figure out how to get rid 
 of
 the Windows Installer which will not allow me to open any Word Documents 
 in
 My Docs or as Attachments. I wish I knew why this comes back like it does
 and I wish I could remember how to get rid of it like was done in the 
 past.
 Does anybody have any ideas how I can do this? thanks very much


  


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[JAWS-Users] Deleting Items in Start Menu

2007-02-01 Thread one foxy lady

I have tried everything I know to do to delete a folder in the start menu of 
a program I recently uninstalled off my computer but the dern thing just 
will not go away.
Is there a way to remove this and if so how??

Thanks

Hailley



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[JAWS-Users] Vista and Jaws?

2007-02-01 Thread one foxy lady

If the next SMA in line is for jaws for vista and you still use the xp/OS 
will this version still work or will one have to upgrade to vista?

Thanks

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Vista and Jaws?

2007-02-01 Thread one foxy lady

Thanks for the info..
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Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Vista and Jaws?


It will.  Eric tells Jonathan this in the FS podcast.  XP and Vista are 
being jointly supported.  your SMA on XP will work with Vista, and vice 
versa, if you should downgrade for some reason.  You don't lose an SMA 
count if you upgrade to Vista from XP.  You do need to have JAWS8 for this 
upgrade.  More info is due at fsactivate.com and probably more is about 
to be published on this subject.  But FS will be monitoring to make sure 
that people's SMA's are properly honoured.

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  To: jaws help
  Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 5:18 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Vista and Jaws?



  If the next SMA in line is for jaws for vista and you still use the xp/OS
  will this version still work or will one have to upgrade to vista?

  Thanks

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Vista and Jaws?

2007-02-01 Thread one foxy lady

2 great minds...grins

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 Two great questions from Haillie and I hope we get some helpful answers.
 Thanks, Haillie.  marilyn


 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Fw: [JAWS-Users] Re: Deleting Items in Start Menu

2007-02-01 Thread one foxy lady

ok Rick below is the copy of the message being as I'm the only one who uses 
this machine I guess it's the thing to do to say yes??

Warning
Modifying this folder will affect all users who log on to this computer. Do 
you want to continue?
Yes No


 Well you know it did do that ask me something which I forget off the top 
 of my head something about user/?? well whatever it was it made me cancel 
 the action as I thought it would do some harm for me as for the online 
 connection..
 I'll try it again and let you know.

 Thanks,

 Hailley
 - Original Message - 
 From: Ricque [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 12:10 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Deleting Items in Start Menu



 Yes, put your cursor on the itemin question, and then hit the 
 applications
 key,
 then select delete, and hit enter, and answer yes to the resulting 
 dialogue.
 HTH,
 Richard Justice
 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 12:18 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Deleting Items in Start Menu



 I have tried everything I know to do to delete a folder in the start menu 
 of
 a program I recently uninstalled off my computer but the dern thing just
 will not go away.
 Is there a way to remove this and if so how??

 Thanks

 Hailley





 

 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Fw: [JAWS-Users] Re: Deleting Items in Start Menu

2007-02-01 Thread one foxy lady

ok and thanks..
I just did it and alls well that ends well right? hehehe

Hailley

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Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 3:42 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Fw: [JAWS-Users] Re: Deleting Items in Start Menu



 Yes, it's okay to say yes.
 Richard Justice
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 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 1:54 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Fw: [JAWS-Users] Re: Deleting Items in Start Menu



 ok Rick below is the copy of the message being as I'm the only one who 
 uses
 this machine I guess it's the thing to do to say yes??

 Warning
 Modifying this folder will affect all users who log on to this computer. 
 Do
 you want to continue?
 Yes No


 Well you know it did do that ask me something which I forget off the top
 of my head something about user/?? well whatever it was it made me cancel
 the action as I thought it would do some harm for me as for the online
 connection..
 I'll try it again and let you know.

 Thanks,

 Hailley
 - Original Message - 
 From: Ricque [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 12:10 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Deleting Items in Start Menu



 Yes, put your cursor on the itemin question, and then hit the
 applications
 key,
 then select delete, and hit enter, and answer yes to the resulting
 dialogue.
 HTH,
 Richard Justice
 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 12:18 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Deleting Items in Start Menu



 I have tried everything I know to do to delete a folder in the start 
 menu
 of
 a program I recently uninstalled off my computer but the dern thing just
 will not go away.
 Is there a way to remove this and if so how??

 Thanks

 Hailley





 







 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8

2007-01-27 Thread one foxy lady

Hi Andrew,

I followed your excellent steps here to the letter and installed this pretty 
much without a hitch had to do pretty much as you stated here..
Thanks for the excellent steps wouldn't have had a clue as to how to do all 
of this without your assistance. You are to be congradulated on providing 
the steps for all of us like me who blunder through the path of less 
experienced computer users..

Many Thanks!

Hailley

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Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2007 7:59 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8


Downloading and installing adobe reader 8, You can download this program 
from:



http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep3.html?option=fullorder=1type=language=Englishplatform=WinXPSP2esdcanbeused=1esdcanhandle=0hasjavascript=1getsconly=1getgtb=1x=0y=0



Once the website loads, tap the letter X two times to move to the check box 
that says (free Google Toolbar) and tap the space bar to uncheck it. This 
will insure that you don't inadvertently download this annoying Toolbar.



You then need to tap the letter B two times or until you move to the 
(download Adobe Reader button) and then tap enter to start the download 
process. If you hear a blupey sound, this means that the program is being 
blocked and you will need to hold down Alt and tap the letter N. then tap 
your applications key, down arrow to install and enter. This will tell your 
computer that it is OK to download the program.



You then will receive a message asking if you would like to run or save this 
file. Up-arrow to run and enter. The download process will start. It may 
take a few minutes to download. When it is dun, you will be placed on a 
install now button, tap enter on this button. You now will be placed on a 
next button, tap enter on this button.  You now will be placed on another 
install button, enter on this button. Now just sit back and let it take care 
of it's self. When it has finished installing, you will be placed on a 
finish button. Just enter on this button to complete the install. Keep in 
mind at any time you would like to repeat the last prompt spoken, just use 
the JAWS repeat command insert plus tab.



Now you will need to set up the program. The license agreement will pop up. 
Shift tab back to the except button and tap enter. Now an accessibility 
option screen will pop up all you need to do hear is tab once to (use 
recommended settings and skip setup button) and then tap enter. Now all you 
need to do is use alt plus F4 to close the program and the next time you 
receive a .PDF file you should be able to open it.


I hope these directions are clear, I put them together in about 10 minutes.

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  From: Maria Campbell
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 7:40 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Adobe reader 8


  Could someone please send again the link for downloading Adobe Reader 8?
  Thank you.


  Sunny Day
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[JAWS-Users] Re: tips and tricks

2007-01-26 Thread one foxy lady

excellent Mr Dave and good job on the compiling of the list! Many thanks to 
you and all the moderators who keep up on the site and responses..

Hailley

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Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 9:48 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] tips and tricks



 I've just added the following files.  Most of them were created by another
 list member and offered to me for posting.  I've gone over them and found
 that they are quite good and informative.  So without further delay here 
 is
 the list.Naturally they may be found under the appropriate headings.

 101UsefulRunCommands.html 6 KB HTML Document 1/25/2007 7:35 PM
 AddingAMusicFileAsABackgroundInAnEMailMessage.htm 9 KB HTML Document
 1/24/2007 11:48 AM
 CreatingAMacro.htm 6 KB HTML Document 1/24/2007 11:49 AM
 CreatingBookmarks.htm 7 KB HTML Document 1/25/2007 3:28 PM
 CreatingFrames.htm 7 KB HTML Document 1/24/2007 11:47 AM
 InsertingSpecialCharacters.htm 21 KB HTML Document 1/24/2007 11:50 AM
 PERSONALIZED MENUS.htm 6 KB HTML Document 1/24/2007 11:50 AM
 USING NOTES IN OUTLOOK.htm 8 KB HTML Document 1/24/2007 11:48 AM


 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: office 2007 for Victor

2007-01-26 Thread one foxy lady

This is incredible!

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From: David Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 6:51 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] office 2007 for Victor



 Our man Ray has been a busy fellow.  Never the less Victor might find this
 of interest.
 David Ferrin
 ***
 Hi Dave
 Victor has posted that he is having problems with Word 2007 but from what 
 I
 have read he is using Jaws 7 and he should be using Jaws 8.
 Anyhow here is what the New Features are with Jaws 8 using Word 2007.
 Special Characters in Microsoft Word

 JAWS now recognizes the following special characters in Microsoft Word:
 . Soft hyphen - Press CTRL+HYPHEN to insert a soft hyphen.
 . Non-breaking hyphen - Press CTRL+SHIFT+HYPHEN to insert a non-breaking
 hyphen.
 . Non-breaking space - Press CTRL+SHIFT+SPACE to insert a non-breaking
 space.

 Table Description in Microsoft Word

 JAWS 8.0 can detect the color pattern and shading of table cells in
 Microsoft Word. For example, if a cell is 50 percent shaded with a clear
 background,
 JAWS will announce, Gray 50 percent shaded on clear pattern background.
 Table description is on by default. Note: This functionality is not
 currently
 available in Word 2007.

 Press INSERT+TAB if you want JAWS to repeat the cell description.

 To disable table description, do the following:
 List of 4 items
 1. Open a Word document.
 2. Press INSERT+V to open the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog.
 3. Use the ARROW keys to select Table Description, and press SPACEBAR to
 turn off this item.
 4. Close the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog.

 Reading Tables in Microsoft Word

 The following JAWS keystrokes, used for HTML tables on Web pages, can now 
 be
 used with Word tables:
 . Say Next Row - WINDOW Key+DOWN ARROW.
 . Say Prior Row - WINDOW Key+UP ARROW.
 . Read Current Row - WINDOWS Key+5.
 . Read Current Row - WINDOWS Key+COMMA.
 . Read Current Column - WINDOWS Key+PERIOD.
 . Say Next Column - WINDOWS Key+RIGHT ARROW.
 . Say Prior Column - WINDOWS Key+LEFT ARROW.

 An error message is announced if a key is pressed while not in a table.

 JAWS always announces if the keystroke is entered while in the first or 
 last
 row of the table.

 Bullet Type Indication in Microsoft Word

 JAWS can now read an outline-style list that contains bullets rather than
 numerals. For example, if a Word document contains an outline list that 
 uses
 different
 bullet styles, JAWS announces these shapes as filled-round bullet,
 hollow-round bullet, star bullet, and so on. Bullet Type Indication is on 
 by
 default.

 To disable bullet type indication, do the following:
 1. Open a Word document.
 2. Press INSERT+V to open the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog.
 3. Use the ARROW keys to select Bullet type indication, and press SPACEBAR
 to turn off this item.
 4. Close the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog.

 Reading Footnotes, Endnotes, and Comments in Microsoft Word

 When you turn on the Comments, Footnotes,  Endnotes verbosity option,
 JAWS now detects the presence of footnotes, endnotes, and comments even 
 when
 performing
 the Say All command.

 If you want JAWS to announce the contents of a footnote or endnote in a 
 Word
 document, do the following:
 1. Open a Word document.
 2. Place the cursor on the footnote or endnote reference.
 3. Press ALT+SHIFT+E. JAWS reads the footnote or endnote.

 If you want JAWS to announce the contents of a comment, do the following:
 1. Open a Word document.
 2. Place the cursor on the comment reference.
 3. Press CTRL+ALT+APOSTROPHE. JAWS reads the comment.
 I do not know whether this will help him or not.
 What do you think.
 He might have to buy Jaws 8.


 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Moving Icons On The Desktop

2007-01-18 Thread one foxy lady


he also could highlight it and press the applications key and enter on send 
to..and arrow to where he wants to send it to,i.e. my documents and enter..


Hailley
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From: Patti [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:06 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Moving Icons On The Desktop




Hey Donnie,
Get your focus on the icon you want to move and press ctrl x and then move 
it where you want it to be press ctrl v

hth Patti
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Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:01 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Moving Icons On The Desktop




How can I move an Icon from one place to another without having to use 
the mouse.  The only way that
I know to do it is with the drag and drop method with the mouse.  With 
the limited vision that I
have, it really strains my eyes to see the mouse, so I'm wanting to learn 
how to do it the other

way.  Thanks for all your help.

Maranatha,
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Moving Icons On The Desktop

2007-01-18 Thread one foxy lady


Try pressing the applications key again make sure the item or icon is 
highlighted first, and arrow to make a shortcut I just tried this and now I 
have the 2 icons on my desktop of the same thing one is the actual name of 
the file in my case it's client log and the new one is shortcut to client 
log. now I know if you highlighted the shortcut one and pressed the either 
applications key again or the f2 key which is rename you can rename this..


Hailley
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From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:22 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Moving Icons On The Desktop




Hey Hailley,

I'm just wanting to move it to another location on the desktop.  I know 
how to cut and paste it, but

how do I get it to move?

Maranatha,
Donnie

If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema 
Maranatha.

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Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 10:14 PM
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Moving Icons On The Desktop



he also could highlight it and press the applications key and enter on 
send
to..and arrow to where he wants to send it to,i.e. my documents and 
enter..


Hailley
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From: Patti [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:06 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Moving Icons On The Desktop




Hey Donnie,
Get your focus on the icon you want to move and press ctrl x and then 
move

it where you want it to be press ctrl v
hth Patti
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From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: JAWS-Users jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:01 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Moving Icons On The Desktop




How can I move an Icon from one place to another without having to use
the mouse.  The only way that
I know to do it is with the drag and drop method with the mouse.  With
the limited vision that I
have, it really strains my eyes to see the mouse, so I'm wanting to 
learn

how to do it the other
way.  Thanks for all your help.

Maranatha,
Donnie

If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema
Maranatha.
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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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To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 2:55 PM
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?

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe Question

2007-01-16 Thread one foxy lady


WAY TO GO THERE MR FARREN COULDN'T HAVE SAID THAT BETTER..

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Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2007 11:50 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe Question




The obvious answer is if you don't know what it is then you most likely 
don't need it.  The first time you receive a document with a PDF extension 
is when you will need it.

David Ferrin
I believe that tomorrow is another day, and I'll probably screw that one 
up too.

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] Adobe Question



Hey Guys  Gals,

I have been hearing you guys talk about Upgrading to Adobe 8.  I am not 
familiar with this program
or it's functions.  Is it necessary to have this program?  I checked in 
the programs that I have on

my computer and here's what I found.
I have Adobe Flash Player 9 Active X.  This is listed 2 times in my 
programs.  Why is it there

twice?  And what is it?
Also, it shows that I have Adobe Shock Wave Player.  What is that and do I 
need it?
Should I get rid of all of this stuff and go with the Adobe 8 that 
everyone is talking about?
I apologize for my ignorance concerning this subject but I would really 
like to know what this is

all about.

Maranatha,
Donnie

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Norton Anti Spam Folder Question

2007-01-15 Thread one foxy lady


wow, you figured it by yourself??

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Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 12:45 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Norton Anti Spam Folder Question




Hey Hailley,

I rebooted my computer and it seems to have fixed everything.  It's 
amazing what a reboot can do

sometimes!

Maranatha,
Donnie

If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema 
Maranatha.

1 Corinthians 16:22

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Norton Anti Spam Folder Question



me too but i'm using xp pro jaws 8 and it still happens it's just a random
thang..

Hailley
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From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2007 11:23 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Norton Anti Spam Folder Question




Ever since yesterday afternoon, several of the messages from Blind Handy
Man and JAWS-Users have
been going into my Norton Anti Spam Folder.  I did not make any changes 
in

any of my settings or
anything.  Can someone please tell me why this has started happening?  I
am using JAWS 7.0, Outlook
and Windows XP.

See ya,
Scooter



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Distribution List Problem

2007-01-15 Thread one foxy lady


reboot??

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Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 5:41 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Distribution List Problem




Hey Guys  Gals,

I am having a problem with one of my distribution lists this morning.  It 
actually started last
night.  In Outlook I have about 8 different distribution lists.  One of 
them is called Friends.
When I try to send an email to the Friends distribution list, it gets 
hung up in my out box with a

mail delivery error that says,
Not selected.  A time out occurred while communicating  with the server.
I can send everything else just fine.  It only happens with this one 
distribution list.  Can someone

please tell me what this message means?

Maranatha,
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Norton Anti Spam Folder Question

2007-01-14 Thread one foxy lady


me too but i'm using xp pro jaws 8 and it still happens it's just a random 
thang..


Hailley
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Ever since yesterday afternoon, several of the messages from Blind Handy 
Man and JAWS-Users have
been going into my Norton Anti Spam Folder.  I did not make any changes in 
any of my settings or
anything.  Can someone please tell me why this has started happening?  I 
am using JAWS 7.0, Outlook

and Windows XP.

See ya,
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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws update?

2007-01-12 Thread one foxy lady

really? Never happens to me..

Hailley
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Subject: [JAWS-Users] jaws update?


Any idea when fs plans to issue an update for jaws 8.0 to fix this issue of 
closing outlook express and having jaws crash?
I am using 8.0.423 and it happens to offten.

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[JAWS-Users] Jaws 8 with saved emails

2007-01-08 Thread one foxy lady


I had a little problem today with jaws 8 trying to read an saved to my 
documents email and jaws 8 just wasn't doing it..
I had Excel open and the email was info that needed to be copied from it to 
the spreadsheet but had to close out that version and load jaws 7.10 to get 
it to read..

I could alt tab and read the email with 8 if nothing else had focus..

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[JAWS-Users] Re: a pach for sb audigy cards

2007-01-04 Thread one foxy lady


oh really, I have this sound card sb audigy 4 or 4000 or 400 I know there's 
a 4 in there someplace..

Thanks for the info..

Hailley

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Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2007 2:22 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: a pach for sb audigy cards




Sarah -

Mine doesn't do it, either, but if you don't have the latest sound card 
drivers, you can get them from the Creative Labs web site. They even have 
a nice automatic tool that checks your system, identifies the card, and 
installs the latest drivers.


However, before you go there, check out:

http://www.freedomscientific.com/fs_support/BulletinView.cfm?QC=277

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] a pach for sb augity cards


O. I'm probably miss spelling the card's  title but I heard that there is 
a pach for the card that will prevent it from crackling when  jaws is 
running through it. Where can one get this pach for the drivers? Thanks.

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Changing verbosity and punctuation

2007-01-03 Thread one foxy lady


oh I see..
I've not actually done that for IE but many for other applications. I do 
notice in OE for instance, the verbosity will be on beginner when in fact I 
have it on intermediant through insert f2/configuration and sometimes it's 
just the other way around haha
I must have not installed jaws 8 right or I did, because so far all seems to 
be the same for me over here from jaws 7.10 other than a few extra reading 
of menus/options all works same as it ever was, save as it ever was..wasn't 
that a song?


Hailley

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Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 3:26 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Changing verbosity and punctuation




Hailley -

Actually, both are permanent. I objected to some of the items that got 
included in the INSERT+V dialogs when they were introduced several 
versions back because they merely replace items that can be set either 
from the Configuration Manager or the JAWS (INSERT+J) dialog, but lost 
that argument. What's _really_ confusing is that in some instances, the 
changes are permanent (as in Outlook Express, MS Word, etc.) and in 
others, they're purely temporary (the most obvious case here is in 
Internet Explorer where, if you want to make permanent changes, you press 
CTRL+INSERT+V instead and then, they apply only to the domain you were at 
when you made the changes).


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Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 3:43 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Changing verbosity and punctuation


I've noticed that happening too I'm wondering if the verbosity acts more
like a on the fly change and the one in the configuration is more
permanante??

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[JAWS-Users] Jaws 8

2007-01-01 Thread one foxy lady


Hmmm, I installed Jaws 8 awhile ago and was uninterrupted by a phone call so 
I pressed the control key and when I returned I had no speech Jaws had 
installed before this happened except this was something else it was asking 
me a box was unchecked was the only thing I could determine what was on the 
screen at the time no other key functions provided any feedback..
I rebooted and I think least I'm hoping this is all it was asking at the 
time to check if it was to start automatically, as when the reboot finished 
I still had no speech..
I have went into all the settings and set it up to my likeling and so far so 
good..knock knock grins.

I'm not experiencing any problems so far so good..
Just thought to run this by yall see if I didn't do something right. It 
wasn't the other voices disk as I didn't install that one before yall think 
that,lol


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[JAWS-Users] Jaws 8 and Scripts

2007-01-01 Thread one foxy lady


Just a quickie one here..

does jaws 8 work with ADD Aware scripts for version 7.10? I was going to 
compile but decided to ask first or see if there's been some new updated 
ones??


Thanksya,

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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws keeps closing

2006-12-26 Thread one foxy lady


Go into your windows temp folder and delete the items in there. I had this 
before and FS told me to do that..


Hailley

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] jaws keeps closing




Hi all,

At least once a day, jaws just closes on me.  The message is something 
like, the application, jaws has encountered a problem and needed to close, 
and I can send or not send an error report.  I always send it thinking I 
might get something back explaining what the problem was, but I never get 
anything back.  Does anyone have any ideas about what could be wrong?


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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question

2006-12-17 Thread one foxy lady

Why don't you just do Control Y then press the first letter of the folder 
you have and your there...

Hailley

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] jaws hot key question


Would it be possible to make hot keys in outlook express to jump to 
different folders?
if possible how do I do it?

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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question

2006-12-17 Thread one foxy lady

oo that is too awesome!!

Hailley

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Just use control J and it will jump you to the folders with unread messages.
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  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 1:04 AM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question


  not that i know of but you can jump using first letter navagation.

   Would it be possible to make hot keys in outlook express to jump to
   different folders?
   if possible how do I do it?
  
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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question

2006-12-17 Thread one foxy lady

Well now I have a bit of a problem after testing that Control J command..all 
of the emails are grouped as expanded or unexpanded. That never was the case 
until I did that control J.
I have checked the box to expand all grouped messages but would rather it go 
back the way it was before i even learned of the control J so is there a way 
to undo all this?
So when I am up/down arrowing in my inbox all the messages will read as 
read/unread and not as expanded/unexpanded?

Hailley

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 No, it is not just for version 8, works in 6.2 as well.
 HTH,
 Ricque
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 ok now is this just a version 8 command? Because when I did this it did as
 you said,and even said there were no more unread messages when done, but I
 had to do a control I to go back to the inbox is there another way?

 Thanks,

 Hailley

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 oo that is too awesome!!

 Hailley

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 Just use control J and it will jump you to the folders with unread
 messages.
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  Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 1:04 AM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question


  not that i know of but you can jump using first letter navagation.

   Would it be possible to make hot keys in outlook express to jump to
   different folders?
   if possible how do I do it?
  
   Corey Cook
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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question

2006-12-17 Thread one foxy lady

insert-shift-R if that's the same for version 7?

Hailley
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 How do you reply to sender only in jfw 8 and outlook express?
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 Why don't you just do Control Y then press the first letter of the folder
 you have and your there...

 Hailley

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 Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2006 10:47 PM
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 Would it be possible to make hot keys in outlook express to jump to
 different folders?
 if possible how do I do it?

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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question

2006-12-17 Thread one foxy lady

you have to put the insert shift R and the email has to be open first for it 
to work and it is the jaws hot key to reply to someone privately on a list 
like this one..

Hailley
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 Hey David,
 When I do shift insert r it does nothing.
 What is it suppose to do?
 Patti
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 shift+insert+R
 David Ferrin
 Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
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 How do you reply to sender only in jfw 8 and outlook express?
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 Why don't you just do Control Y then press the first letter of the 
 folder
 you have and your there...

 Hailley

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 if possible how do I do it?

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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question

2006-12-17 Thread one foxy lady

did you have the email open first before pressing them keys?
if not jaws will say...replying to sender no open message. so you must have 
the email open first for them keys to work and them keys 
are...insert-shift-r

you can continue pressing control R if you are replying to someone's post on 
the jaws users list which will go to everyone on the list.

Hailley

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 Hey Hailley,
 I just don't understand when I did
 shift insert r I get nothing.
 I'm running Jaws 7, window XP
 I have the email open and when I press all them keys I get a noise.
 confused Patti
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 yeh, but you don't reply strickly to one person the entire list gets
 it,lol

 Hailley

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 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 8:48 PM
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 I did ctrl shift r and that works too.
 I think it is easier to do ctrl r to reply to an email.
 Patti
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 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 7:22 PM
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 contro, shift r

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 so did I but everyone see your post, the other way is emailing someone
 privately off a list..

 Hailley

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 I use ctrl r to reply back to this email.
 Patti
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 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 4:24 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 insert-shift-R if that's the same for version 7?

 Hailley
 - Original Message - 
 From: Devona Abel [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 4:17 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 How do you reply to sender only in jfw 8 and outlook express?
 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 8:23 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 Why don't you just do Control Y then press the first letter of the
 folder
 you have and your there...

 Hailley

 - Original Message - 
 From: Corey Cook [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2006 10:47 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] jaws hot key question


 Would it be possible to make hot keys in outlook express to jump 
 to
 different folders?
 if possible how do I do it?

 Corey Cook
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[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question

2006-12-17 Thread one foxy lady

I,give,up!

- Original Message - 
From: Patti [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 9:56 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 I'm testing this email out to see where it goes.
 I pressed ctrl insert r.
 Shift insert r did nothing.
 Patti
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 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 8:56 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 yeh, but you don't reply strickly to one person the entire list gets
 it,lol

 Hailley

 - Original Message - 
 From: Patti [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 8:48 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 I did ctrl shift r and that works too.
 I think it is easier to do ctrl r to reply to an email.
 Patti
 - Original Message - 
 From: Devona Abel [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 7:22 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 contro, shift r

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 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 7:15 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 so did I but everyone see your post, the other way is emailing someone
 privately off a list..

 Hailley

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 From: Patti [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 4:57 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 I use ctrl r to reply back to this email.
 Patti
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 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 4:24 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 insert-shift-R if that's the same for version 7?

 Hailley
 - Original Message - 
 From: Devona Abel [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 4:17 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 How do you reply to sender only in jfw 8 and outlook express?
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 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2006 8:23 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws hot key question



 Why don't you just do Control Y then press the first letter of the
 folder
 you have and your there...

 Hailley

 - Original Message - 
 From: Corey Cook [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2006 10:47 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] jaws hot key question


 Would it be possible to make hot keys in outlook express to jump 
 to
 different folders?
 if possible how do I do it?

 Corey Cook
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 MSN; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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[JAWS-Users] Windows Media Player

2006-12-11 Thread one foxy lady

Can anyone tell me how to get WM player to recognize to play .AUG files?

Thanks,

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts

2006-12-08 Thread one foxy lady

uh yeh, that's not the problem I was experiencing..

Hailley

- Original Message - 
From: Lois Butterfield [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 2:37 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 Hi,

 You can read the list of problems and select the ones you want fixed. 
 Then
 tab to fix selected problems, or you can tab to the select all problems 
 and
 space on that, then tab to fix selected problems and space on that.  I
 always select all problems and let it fix them all.  It seems always to 
 find
 plenty of them.

 I apologize if you have already figured all this out.  It took me a couple
 times to get it right.

 Take care,
 Lois

 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:44 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 I was using jaws 7.10 and right after I posted this I forgot I hadn't
 compiled the scripts so I did that weather I needed to or not..
 I read what was suggested to do from the hints/tricks page and tried to
 follow it but that is what happened for me. It did find 119 problems but
 just not knowing what was happening if it was done or what was bit
 confusing..

 Maybe next time it'll work better.

 Hailley

 - Original Message - 
 From: David Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 8:37 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 It all depends on what version of jaws you are using at any given time.
 David Ferrin
 personal email address
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:04 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 I need advice please if I installed the jaws scripts into the correct
 version of jaws which I put them into 7.10 and am wondering if I should
 have
 placed them into jaws 7.0?
 When I ran the program I kept loosing the window I could route jaws to
 read
 but just doing the say line I would hear blank and when I did the title 
 it
 said the usual no window is active..
 When I went to the desktop and alt tab then the reg scrub window 
 appeared.
 So I'm wondering if this is the way this works or if the scripts were
 placed
 into the wrong jaws version?

 Hailley








 






 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts

2006-12-08 Thread one foxy lady

Well I did it last night and all is still working,lol

Hailley

- Original Message - 
From: Lisa [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 8:20 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 Hello everyone,
 Maybe someone can clear something up for me.  Advice that was given to me 
 on
 another list was do not clean out my registry unless I want to screw up my
 computer.  I'm not sure if I should try this program, or not because if I
 mess something up I won't be able to fix it.  If I were to use RegScrubXP 
 to
 clean out my registry, and things did get messed up, would a system 
 restore
 fix the problem?  Just curious.
 Take care,
 Lisa
 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 9:14 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 uh yeh, that's not the problem I was experiencing..

 Hailley

 - Original Message - 
 From: Lois Butterfield [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 2:37 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts


 
  Hi,
 
  You can read the list of problems and select the ones you want fixed.
  Then
  tab to fix selected problems, or you can tab to the select all problems
  and
  space on that, then tab to fix selected problems and space on that.  I
  always select all problems and let it fix them all.  It seems always to
  find
  plenty of them.
 
  I apologize if you have already figured all this out.  It took me a
 couple
  times to get it right.
 
  Take care,
  Lois
 
  - Original Message - 
  From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:44 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts
 
 
 
  I was using jaws 7.10 and right after I posted this I forgot I hadn't
  compiled the scripts so I did that weather I needed to or not..
  I read what was suggested to do from the hints/tricks page and tried to
  follow it but that is what happened for me. It did find 119 problems 
  but
  just not knowing what was happening if it was done or what was bit
  confusing..
 
  Maybe next time it'll work better.
 
  Hailley
 
  - Original Message - 
  From: David Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 8:37 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts
 
 
 
  It all depends on what version of jaws you are using at any given 
  time.
  David Ferrin
  personal email address
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
  - Original Message - 
  From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:04 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Reg-Scrub and Scripts
 
 
 
  I need advice please if I installed the jaws scripts into the correct
  version of jaws which I put them into 7.10 and am wondering if I 
  should
  have
  placed them into jaws 7.0?
  When I ran the program I kept loosing the window I could route jaws to
  read
  but just doing the say line I would hear blank and when I did the 
  title
  it
  said the usual no window is active..
  When I went to the desktop and alt tab then the reg scrub window
  appeared.
  So I'm wondering if this is the way this works or if the scripts were
  placed
  into the wrong jaws version?
 
  Hailley
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 



 


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts

2006-12-08 Thread one foxy lady

www.jfwlite.com

look under the programs link do a insert f7 then press R till you land on it 
and download it and the scripts..

Hailley
- Original Message - 
From: John O. Carvalho [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 12:05 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 Where can someone get the program from?

 PEACE
 John Carvalho
 - Original Message - 
 From: David Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 9:55 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 Use the program, you heard it here.
 David Ferrin
 personal email address
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
 - Original Message - 
 From: Lisa [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 9:20 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 Hello everyone,
 Maybe someone can clear something up for me.  Advice that was given to me
 on
 another list was do not clean out my registry unless I want to screw up 
 my
 computer.  I'm not sure if I should try this program, or not because if I
 mess something up I won't be able to fix it.  If I were to use RegScrubXP
 to
 clean out my registry, and things did get messed up, would a system
 restore
 fix the problem?  Just curious.
 Take care,
 Lisa
 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 9:14 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 uh yeh, that's not the problem I was experiencing..

 Hailley

 - Original Message - 
 From: Lois Butterfield [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 2:37 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts


 
  Hi,
 
  You can read the list of problems and select the ones you want fixed.
  Then
  tab to fix selected problems, or you can tab to the select all 
  problems
  and
  space on that, then tab to fix selected problems and space on that.  I
  always select all problems and let it fix them all.  It seems always 
  to
  find
  plenty of them.
 
  I apologize if you have already figured all this out.  It took me a
 couple
  times to get it right.
 
  Take care,
  Lois
 
  - Original Message - 
  From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:44 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts
 
 
 
  I was using jaws 7.10 and right after I posted this I forgot I hadn't
  compiled the scripts so I did that weather I needed to or not..
  I read what was suggested to do from the hints/tricks page and tried 
  to
  follow it but that is what happened for me. It did find 119 problems
  but
  just not knowing what was happening if it was done or what was bit
  confusing..
 
  Maybe next time it'll work better.
 
  Hailley
 
  - Original Message - 
  From: David Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 8:37 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts
 
 
 
  It all depends on what version of jaws you are using at any given
  time.
  David Ferrin
  personal email address
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
  - Original Message - 
  From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:04 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Reg-Scrub and Scripts
 
 
 
  I need advice please if I installed the jaws scripts into the correct
  version of jaws which I put them into 7.10 and am wondering if I
  should
  have
  placed them into jaws 7.0?
  When I ran the program I kept loosing the window I could route jaws 
  to
  read
  but just doing the say line I would hear blank and when I did the
  title
  it
  said the usual no window is active..
  When I went to the desktop and alt tab then the reg scrub window
  appeared.
  So I'm wondering if this is the way this works or if the scripts were
  placed
  into the wrong jaws version?
 
  Hailley
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 



 


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts

2006-12-08 Thread one foxy lady

The install of the scrips is painless even novices can do it, like me..
But if ya don't have to then don't bother and the jaws-users web site tells 
ya step by step how to do that install of scripts should you just like were 
wondering..

Hailley

- Original Message - 
From: Alan  Terrie Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 5:49 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 Walt,

 Since I don't have a lot of experience with scripts, I have to ask an
 obvious question.  It the scripts don't overcome the focus problem what
 sense does it make to install them?  Do they fix other problems?  Is there 
 a
 place one can go to take a 101 course in JAWS scripts?

 thanks
 Al

 -Original Message-
 From: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Walt Smith
 Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 4:18 AM
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 Yes, this is more or less the way it works. RegScrubXP (which I've used 
 for
 several years) has a serious focus problem and you _do_ need to keep
 pressing ALT+TAB to move away from, then back to the main program window.
 The scripts, as far as I've been able to determine, do nothing to overcome
 this.

 As to where you placed the scripts, you'd need to put them into the user
 files folder in every version of JAWS you have installed if you want them
 available regardless of which version you have loaded. There's no way to
 have any scripts installed in only one location and have them available to
 multiple versions of JAWS.

 - Original Message -
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:04 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Reg-Scrub and Scripts


 I need advice please if I installed the jaws scripts into the correct
 version of jaws which I put them into 7.10 and am wondering if I should 
 have
 placed them into jaws 7.0?
 When I ran the program I kept loosing the window I could route jaws to 
 read
 but just doing the say line I would hear blank and when I did the title it
 said the usual no window is active..
 When I went to the desktop and alt tab then the reg scrub window appeared.
 So I'm wondering if this is the way this works or if the scripts were 
 placed
 into the wrong jaws version?

 Hailley


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[JAWS-Users] Reg-Scrub and Scripts

2006-12-07 Thread one foxy lady

I need advice please if I installed the jaws scripts into the correct 
version of jaws which I put them into 7.10 and am wondering if I should have 
placed them into jaws 7.0?
When I ran the program I kept loosing the window I could route jaws to read 
but just doing the say line I would hear blank and when I did the title it 
said the usual no window is active..
When I went to the desktop and alt tab then the reg scrub window appeared. 
So I'm wondering if this is the way this works or if the scripts were placed 
into the wrong jaws version?

Hailley



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts

2006-12-07 Thread one foxy lady

I was using jaws 7.10 and right after I posted this I forgot I hadn't 
compiled the scripts so I did that weather I needed to or not..
I read what was suggested to do from the hints/tricks page and tried to 
follow it but that is what happened for me. It did find 119 problems but 
just not knowing what was happening if it was done or what was bit 
confusing..

Maybe next time it'll work better.

Hailley

- Original Message - 
From: David Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 8:37 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 It all depends on what version of jaws you are using at any given time.
 David Ferrin
 personal email address
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
 - Original Message - 
 From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 9:04 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 I need advice please if I installed the jaws scripts into the correct
 version of jaws which I put them into 7.10 and am wondering if I should 
 have
 placed them into jaws 7.0?
 When I ran the program I kept loosing the window I could route jaws to 
 read
 but just doing the say line I would hear blank and when I did the title it
 said the usual no window is active..
 When I went to the desktop and alt tab then the reg scrub window appeared.
 So I'm wondering if this is the way this works or if the scripts were 
 placed
 into the wrong jaws version?

 Hailley








 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts

2006-12-07 Thread one foxy lady

ah ok thanks

- Original Message - 
From: Sarah [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 8:54 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Reg-Scrub and Scripts



 No it looses focus. I pointed   that out in my podcast about that.
 http://media.libsyn.com/media/marrie/the_reg_scrub_program.mp3
 Take care.

 I need advice please if I installed the jaws scripts into the correct
 version of jaws which I put them into 7.10 and am wondering if I
 should have
 placed them into jaws 7.0?
 When I ran the program I kept loosing the window I could route jaws
 to read
 but just doing the say line I would hear blank and when I did the
 title it
 said the usual no window is active..
 When I went to the desktop and alt tab then the reg scrub window
 appeared.
 So I'm wondering if this is the way this works or if the scripts were
 placed
 into the wrong jaws version?

 Hailley





 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: a strange issue with the properties dialogue in IE and jaws

2006-12-04 Thread one foxy lady

I had that problem with Jaws back on version 4.51. I was told to go to the 
folders through the control panel and on the view page make sure that show 
files/folders is not on.
I don't claim this will work but it's that way still on this computer and 
I'm using jaws 7.10 just a thought..

Hailley

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: a strange issue with the properties dialogue in IE 
and jaws



 I'm running 7.0 and I  have seen this before in other verisons. I have
 nothing behind that dialogue. that is the only one in focus. I have tried
 using the jaws curser but that gave me  no luck.

 Sarah -

 What version of JAWS? Are you sure that there's nothing open in the
 background that might be hiding part of that dialog? Are you running
 the
 latest video drivers for your adapter card? I've never seen this with
 any
 version of JAWS up to and including 8.0. When I press ALT+SPACEBAR,
 I'm not
 given the option to maximize that particular window, so I doubt
 that's your
 problem.

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 Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 2:04 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] a strange issue with the properties dialogue in
 IE and
 jaws


 Hello all.  When I go to the advanced part of the options
 dialogue in
 IE, I can't see whether things are checked or unchecked. Jaws won't
 tell
 what  is or is not checked. it will just  say show pictures not
 show
 pictures on or off. Can someone advise on how to fix this. This is
 getting quite annoying. Thanks and have a good day.
 Sarah Alawami




 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Recycle Bin Question

2006-12-02 Thread one foxy lady

You forgot to tell him bout the cool sound he gets when he's taken out his 
trash grins

Hailley
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 Look at it this way my friend.  How often do you take out the trash at 
 your
 house? In other words if you don't remember the last time you emptied your
 recycle bin then it's most likely been too long.  Stuff collects in there
 and if you don't dump it out you're just wasting hard drive space.  Go in
 there and open up the file menu. You're on your own at that point to 
 figure
 it out.  Once you do it will feel good to realize that you did it 
 yourself.
 David Ferrin
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 Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
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 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Recycle Bin Question



 Do I need to go into my Recycle Bin occasionally and empty it out?  If so,
 how to I go about doing
 that and how often should it be done?

 Merry Christmas,
 Scooter



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[JAWS-Users] Re: is there a jaws-friendly money program?

2006-12-02 Thread one foxy lady

David,

Money Talks is suppose to be user friendly one from Microsoft and American 
Printing House for the blind also has produced one and it might be this one 
I just mentioned but it should be on their web site..

Hailley

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Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: is there a jaws-friendly money program?



 Officially the last program that I know of that JAWS offers support for is
 Quicken 2003.  I'm sure if this has changed somebody will let us both 
 know.
 I use that program myself and it works great with JAWS.  The sad part is
 that trying to find an older program like that is ruff at best.
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 What I mean by a money program is a program that will help project how
 long it will take to pay bills like credit lines.  A friend says that in
 Microsoft Money he can, say, put in a figure and an interest rate, and the
 program calculates, in months, how long it will take to pay off the bill.
 But he's sighted and wasn't sure whether Microsoft Money is 
 Jaws-accessible.
 If anyone knows of a user-friendly program like this would appreciate any
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[JAWS-Users] Re: is there a jaws-friendly money program?

2006-12-02 Thread one foxy lady

This might be of help..

APH Products: Money Talks

This money management software makes computer-based financial management 
truly accessible. Money Talks is a new, accessible bank account management 
software
package developed by the American Printing House ...
http://sun1.aph.org/products/mt_bro.html - size 7.1K


www.aph.org

I did a search and it found this..

Hailley
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Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2006 8:05 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] is there a jaws-friendly money program?



 What I mean by a money program is a program that will help project how
 long it will take to pay bills like credit lines.  A friend says that in
 Microsoft Money he can, say, put in a figure and an interest rate, and the
 program calculates, in months, how long it will take to pay off the bill.
 But he's sighted and wasn't sure whether Microsoft Money is 
 Jaws-accessible.
 If anyone knows of a user-friendly program like this would appreciate any
 help.


 
 



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[JAWS-Users] Alt-Tab

2006-12-01 Thread one foxy lady

Hi Yall,

Is there any rhyme or reason why sometimes when alt-tabbing from one app to 
another jaws will say something like task switching and other times it just 
says the application?
Wondering if I'm doing something I'm not aware of over here for it to say 
this?

Thanksya,

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