Re: JFW & Narrator


Hi Karim,
The only way to know how to make Narrator work like Jaws is to know how Narrator works and what you can do with it.  I sent this link so you could navigate the chapters and click on what you wanted to learn.  Since I can't read your mind I'm not sure exactly what you want because there are a lot of fascits to Narrator as there are to Jaws.  If you wanted just keystrokes, then asking for a keystroke list would have been supplied, but it was only stated,
" Can someone explain how I can setup, Narrator to simulate jaws key board? "
Below is a list of the chapters.  Let the list know which of these chapters closest matches what you're wanting to learn and then the specific info can be provided.  I'm not trying to be a smart ass, but your question has different interpretations to different people.
What's in it 
Chapter 1: Introducing Narrator
An overview of Narrator including how to start and stop it. 
Chapter 2: Narrator basics
How to get around the screen, find and open apps, change what Narrator reads, and adjust speech rate and volume. 
Chapter 3: Using scan mode
How to use scan mode to navigate apps, email, and the web. 
Chapter 4: Reading text
How to read and get info about text, such as font, text color, and punctuation. 
Chapter 5: Navigation
How to get more info on the app or page you're exploring using Narrator views. 
Chapter 6: Using Narrator with touch
How to use Narrator with touch, including basic gestures. 
Chapter 7: Customizing Narrator
How to change how Narrator starts, determine how much feedback you hear when typing, change Narrator commands, and use third-party text-to-speech (TTS) software. 
Chapter 8: Using Narrator with braille
How to use Narrator with a refreshable braille display. 
Appendix A: Supported languages and voices
A list of supported languages and available TTS voices in Narrator. 
Appendix B: Narrator keyboard commands and touch gestures
A list of Narrator keyboard commands and touch gestures. 
Appendix C: Supported braille displays
A list of braille displays supported by Narrator. 
Appendix D: User guides for previous versions of Narrator
User guides for previous versions of Narrator 
Appendix E: Narrator sounds
A list of the sounds Narrator uses and what those sounds mean.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, November 25, 2021 7:42 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] JFW & Narrator

I must have a problem, with comprehension, I could not find the information clear enough.

That is why I aske3d trhe lisat, but thanks I’ll keep struggeling, to figure it out on my own!

Happy thanks giving to all of you.

Sorry for asking a simple question, such as I did.



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From: Mike B.
Sent: November 25, 2021 5:35 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] JFW & Narrator


Here you go:



The complete guide for Narrator:





Stay safe & take care.  Mike.
Just once, I want a username and password prompt to say:  "Close Enough!"

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Sent: Thursday, November 25, 2021 3:30 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] JFW & Narrator



Can someone explain how I can setup, Narrator to simulate jaws key board?

I have heard that narrator, has made changes which will, make narrator, work as a screen reader you are use to  using.

I’ve used jaws for a long time, but need to use narrator for now.

Thanks in advance for any help provided.



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