Re: [Mac-access]: Still got this weird Braille onscreen issue

2014-10-31 Thread Andy Collins
Hi lewis -

Thanks for trying to help.

I’ve looked under both navigation and Braille within the VO utility, but 
nothing there for active following other than in respect of VO the keyboard and 
the mouse -

Andy 
On 30 Oct 2014, at 22:44, Lewis Crack lewiscr...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Andy,
 
 Have you tried to uncheck the checkbox that says Braille Follows
 Active under the Braille Options? I believe there is another one
 called Active Follows Braille. Try unchecking that too.
 I am not entirely sure if it's under Braille or Navigation Settings in
 VO Utility.
 Regards.
 Lewis.
 
 
 On 30/10/2014, Andy Collins a...@recreation.plus.com wrote:
 Hi all -
 
 This seems to be a very visual thing, as VO doesn't report anything, but to
 those with eyes, there is what is perhaps a window on the screen that is
 displaying Braille dots, such as folder names. I haven't got a Braille
 display connected now, and have been having a few sluggish experiences
 especially in Safari recently, that seems to coincide with this issue
 occurring. Any ideas where I could look to prevent this Braille window from
 showing onscreen? I've looked under the Braille tab in VO, and there isn't
 much in there, certainly nothing that looks like it could be the cause of
 the problem. Anybody any ideas then please? -
 
 Andy
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[Mac-access]: Still got this weird Braille onscreen issue

2014-10-30 Thread Andy Collins
Hi all -

This seems to be a very visual thing, as VO doesn’t report anything, but to 
those with eyes, there is what is perhaps a window on the screen that is 
displaying Braille dots, such as folder names. I haven’t got a Braille display 
connected now, and have been having a few sluggish experiences especially in 
Safari recently, that seems to coincide with this issue occurring. Any ideas 
where I could look to prevent this Braille window from showing onscreen? I’ve 
looked under the Braille tab in VO, and there isn’t much in there, certainly 
nothing that looks like it could be the cause of the problem. Anybody any ideas 
then please? -

Andy
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Re: [Mac-access]: Still got this weird Braille onscreen issue

2014-10-30 Thread Lewis Crack
Hi Andy,

Have you tried to uncheck the checkbox that says Braille Follows
Active under the Braille Options? I believe there is another one
called Active Follows Braille. Try unchecking that too.
I am not entirely sure if it's under Braille or Navigation Settings in
VO Utility.
Regards.
Lewis.


On 30/10/2014, Andy Collins a...@recreation.plus.com wrote:
 Hi all -

 This seems to be a very visual thing, as VO doesn't report anything, but to
 those with eyes, there is what is perhaps a window on the screen that is
 displaying Braille dots, such as folder names. I haven't got a Braille
 display connected now, and have been having a few sluggish experiences
 especially in Safari recently, that seems to coincide with this issue
 occurring. Any ideas where I could look to prevent this Braille window from
 showing onscreen? I've looked under the Braille tab in VO, and there isn't
 much in there, certainly nothing that looks like it could be the cause of
 the problem. Anybody any ideas then please? -

 Andy
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