>From the sound of things, keyboard left mouse click was attempted by at least 
>two people and didn't work. I don't think it's going to help either. Pretty 
>sure it has to be done with an actual malice if you can get a hold of one. 
>Depending on how badly you want to accomplish this, it shouldn't be too 
>expensive to get a Basic mouse somewhere and use it for such contingencies, 
>rare though they might b.

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> On Oct 13, 2016, at 4:02 PM, Kramlinger, Keith G., M.D. 
> <kramlinger.ke...@mayo.edu> wrote:
> 
> Do you think a keyboard left mouse click would work? I've forgotten how to do 
> this on a laptop keyboard layout, so if someone tries it and has success, I'd 
> appreciate a reminder.
> 
> Thanks, Keith
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: viphone@googlegroups.com [mailto:viphone@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of 
> Tony Hernandez
> Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2016 2:13 PM
> To: viphone@googlegroups.com
> Subject: Re: install apps on iphone via itunes on windows pc nolonger 
> possible?
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Judging from what I am reading here, though I haven't tried this myself, it 
> sounds like what it takes is a click of the actual hardware mouse. 
> Perhaps it would be useful to try grabbing the mouse with one hand, holding 
> it perfectly still, routing your mouse cursor to the button that needs to be 
> clicked to install the app with the other hand, then clicking the left mouse 
> button on the mouse itself, again taking care not to budge that mouse. Mouse 
> pointers can sometimes be very sensitive to the slightest movement, so 
> keeping the mouse still can be a challenge sometimes. This might at least be 
> a workaround until Apple takes care of this problem.
> 
>> On 10/13/2016 1:08 PM, Daniel L. Gervais wrote:
>> Hi Davy,
>> 
>> I have tried everything but with no success.  I too have encountered 
>> this issue with the latest version of iTunes and JAWS.  I had recently 
>> reset my phone when iOS 10 first came out.  I typically like to format 
>> and start over when a major iOS update is made available.
>> 
>> All went great when selecting items to sync, but when I got to the 
>> list of apps, no luck.  In older versions, my screen reader would only 
>> see one list of apps but each app had a checkbox.  Since the latest 
>> iTunes
>> 12.5.1 though, I encountered the same as you, my screen reader would 
>> siply read the app name, the version and the word "install", but when 
>> I tried everything, including some advanced JAWS keys, nothing I did 
>> could change that word "Install" to "Remove".
>> 
>> So I did the next best thing, I wrote to Apple accessibility and 
>> brought this glitch to their attention.  If I were you, I would 
>> suggest you do the same.  The more people send them e-mails with this 
>> issue and they might consider bringing this up higher on the priority 
>> list and hopefully fix this in a future version.
>> 
>> Anyways, I hope this helps!
>> 
>> 
>> From:    "Davy Cuppens" <davycupp...@gmail.com>
>> To:    <viphone@googlegroups.com>
>> Date:    2016/10/13 12:42 PM
>> Subject:    install apps on iphone via itunes on windows pc nolonger
>> possible?
>> 
>> Hi folks
>> 
>> I managed to go back to my previous installed fb app with sighted help 
>> but in my oppinion this is nolonger possible without sighted help.
>> 
>> This is how it goes: you connect the iphone to a windows pc and tab 
>> till you get the iphone button and enter or spacebar it.
>> 
>> Then tab a few times till you get a tree list which seems to be not 
>> accessible. But when pressing then the a for apps you get the word 
>> apps on brail and speech. Then tab further to the list box and with 
>> nvda and wineyes that apps list is shown and besides the names of the 
>> app you hear the option remove or install which means the app is or is 
>> not on your iphone but was previously installed or backed up via 
>> itunes. Then you believe it must be possible to remove or install apps 
>> by itunes on windows but it is not, and here the storey ends. Entering 
>> the list item does nothing, even the most advanced mouse actions and 
>> performing leftclicks on the numpad doesn’t make any sense.
>> However, when sighted people click on the item, the installation 
>> starts and when clicking on apply normally you here the sync sound and 
>> the app should have been installed on the iphone.
>> 
>> Is there nolonger a possibility for blind persons to perform this 
>> action?
>> Regards
>> Davy
>> 
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