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Re: How to create a dropbox share folder

Gene
 

I don't know why the option isn't available in your application.  It should be.  I just went online with my Windows 7 machine, opened the application, found a folder, and checked.
 
In the context menu, are two items, share and share with.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2018 12:02 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to create a dropbox share folder

Gene,


There are no other Dropbox-related choices on the context menu for a Dropbox folder than "Copy Dropbox link" and "View on dropbox.com." If one wants to share a Dropbox folder with another person, a visit to the Dropbox Website and a login to one's account is an absolute requirement, which of course can be accomplished by activating the aforementioned view-on link..


On 8/8/2018 10:41 AM, Gene wrote:
You don't have to use your account, as I recall.  I looked at this quite some time ago.  Open the Drop Box files and folders list on your computer.  Find the folder you want to work with.  Open the context menu and look around.  Whenever you want to do things don't just look in the standard menus and at times there may be none.  Look in the context menu.  Things are more likely to be there of this nature. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2018 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to create a dropbox share folder

Log in to your Dropbox account, find the directory or file you want to share, and activate the "Share" link. Of course, if you want to share a file that's inside a directory, you have to open that directory first, locate the file, then activate "Share." . Next, enter the email address of the person with whom you want to share the file or directory, type an optional message, and activate the "Share" button.


HTH

On 8/8/2018 6:06 AM, Fanus wrote:
Hello listers
Can someone please explain the steps for creating a dropbox folder which I can use to share its contents with a specific person? I looked through the menus but I can not find an option to create such a folder.
Regards
Fanus




Re: YouTube #a11y

David Moore
 

Hi,

There is:

www.convert2mp3.net

There is a great program that Carlos wrote called:

YouTube converter latest.

Have a great one!

 

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From: Verlyn Baldwin
Sent: Thursday, August 9, 2018 7:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] YouTube #a11y #a11y

 

Hi,
Does anyone know of an accessible program that will convert YouTube music to a version like MP3 that I can put on my Victor Reader?
Any suggestions are welcome,
Verlyn
letsdanceintx@...
 

 


Re: How to create a dropbox share folder

Steve Matzura
 

Gene,


There are no other Dropbox-related choices on the context menu for a Dropbox folder than "Copy Dropbox link" and "View on dropbox.com." If one wants to share a Dropbox folder with another person, a visit to the Dropbox Website and a login to one's account is an absolute requirement, which of course can be accomplished by activating the aforementioned view-on link..


On 8/8/2018 10:41 AM, Gene wrote:
You don't have to use your account, as I recall.  I looked at this quite some time ago.  Open the Drop Box files and folders list on your computer.  Find the folder you want to work with.  Open the context menu and look around.  Whenever you want to do things don't just look in the standard menus and at times there may be none.  Look in the context menu.  Things are more likely to be there of this nature. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2018 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to create a dropbox share folder

Log in to your Dropbox account, find the directory or file you want to share, and activate the "Share" link. Of course, if you want to share a file that's inside a directory, you have to open that directory first, locate the file, then activate "Share." . Next, enter the email address of the person with whom you want to share the file or directory, type an optional message, and activate the "Share" button.


HTH

On 8/8/2018 6:06 AM, Fanus wrote:
Hello listers
Can someone please explain the steps for creating a dropbox folder which I can use to share its contents with a specific person? I looked through the menus but I can not find an option to create such a folder.
Regards
Fanus




Re: Jaws and dating sites

 

I understand what you're saying. You've been fortunate with what you
are doing. I think a lot of that might be due to the fact you are a
man. Women are nurturers and I won't get started about how men can get
preferential treatement when it comes to working.
When I went to set up my first profile I did my pictures first and got
a lot of attention/likes. I didn't disclose I was blind and would talk
to the guys ... after a while when it came to discussing possibly
meeting I mentioned that I was blind. I had a couple of guys keep
talking, but the rest ghosted on me.
When I set up my account on OKC I made sure it was in my profile. I
didn't get as many responses as I had when I didn't mention that I was
blind, but the few that did didn't see it as a problem. I guess it may
be the line I had where I mentioned that I would need someone up for
the challenge dating me would present. I dunno I thought it clever. I
personally try to think of stuff I need to do as a challenge to figure
out how to get it done rather than something to over come.
I'm constantly making jokes, I used to do this before I lost my sight,
but since then it gave me more material.. I make sure that the people
I'm talking to know full well that I am capable of whatever I am
doing, not just dating or whatever, before I pull out the stupid
jokes. I'm a bit of a goofball.... so if someone says "do you see
this over here?" I'll answer with no ... what's it look like? Or if a
trainer is demostrating an exercise I'll ask them to do it again. It
also works if they ask the group if they know what an exercise is and
I say no, please show me.... I save that one for the hard exercises
though--most people are my friends and are prepared when it comes to
my sense of humor.
I always like when someone informs me I'm blind. I like to act really
shocked and say ... nooo? really??

On 8/8/18, chris judge <chrisjudge1967@...> wrote:
Unfortunately this can be the case, which is why I never disclose that I'm
blind on dating profiles, job applications, etc. Try taking this fact out of
your profile and letting somebody get to know you a bit. You might be
pleasantly surprised. Not everybody is turned off by blindness.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shelly
Kane
Sent: August 6, 2018 2:52 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Jaws and dating sites

I tried okcupid a few years ago and I couldn't get anywhere with it. I had
trouble navigating the site. I would rather do free ones because when they
see that I'm blind in my profile, I don't get many responses. I have been on
pof now for over a year and have found nothing. I can read profiles really
well and I can also send messages with no problem. Is ok cupid like that?
Thanks everyone for your comments.

Shelly


On 8/5/2018 9:16 AM, Missa wrote:
Match was helpful to me after I mention I was blind… however their
interface is clunkky, not very helpful, and I noticed a bunch of spam bot.
Plus I found it expensive for what little I got out of it… I never got
past the initial survey for harmony site, Using my iPhone or my computer
with NVDA. I did not think about using jaws or narrator. I used OkCupid. I
didn’t pay for it though and it seem to have worked for me. There are some
things that didn’t work for me and I haven’t seen if those things have
been fixed lately with the iOS app. I would switch back and forth between
the mobile site when I used it on my computer.
I put that I am blind in my profile. I felt that it would be a sort of
deception on my part if I did not disclose that at first. I did not get a
lot of responses when I sent them out, but I figured I would weed them out
to begin with. I still got some interest from other people, but I did not
use it for very long before I found the person I am currently seeing. So I
have not experimented with it more since I started with back in March.

Melissa
On Aug 3, 2018, at 3:52 PM, Shelly Kane <shellykane323@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone:


Does any of you know if Jaws works well with dating sites and if so,
which ones do you think are the best? I have tried some and you have to
put in a code that you see on the screen and Jaws doesn't work with that
or any screen reader for that matter. A lot of dating sites seem not to
be willing to help people with disabilities. Thanks in advance for any
feedback.

Shelly












Re: Jaws and dating sites

 

You are quite welcome. It helps to share experiences with other blind
people ... google doesn't always help that is for sure.
I would suggest, if you didn't already do this, to make and use a
google voice number for online dating. The iOS app for GV is pretty
accessible and it is free. I don't use it for complicated stuff so I
guess that is why it is easy to use. I like how i can check it using
my computer. I would hear the notification sound on my phone and
wouldn't have to stop what I was doing to check it on my phone.

On 8/8/18, Shelly Kane <shellykane323@...> wrote:
Thank you so much for sharing your story with me. I greatly appreciate
it and I have to admit, I'm a lot like you. I can usually tell when
someone is a scammer or they aren't. The only time it happened to me
was when someone said how much do you make at work and he also had a
different area code than me and that's a red flag in my opinion. I
ignored this guy and moved on. I didn't even know him and he asked me
how much I made. He was also in another country and he said he was
retiring from the service next year. I just don't trust a lot of
people. I like to start by getting to know them. I have been doing
this for many years. I'll keep you posted after I try it.

Shelly


On 8/7/2018 9:45 PM, Missa wrote:
I admit that I don't have a lot of experience with OKC. I never ran
into that problem with the few guys I talked to I also limited my
search to 20 miles of where I live and narrowed it down more when it
came to what sort of relationship I was looking for. I would see about
looking up how to work your profile. You know how they say to look
alert when walking out to your car alone at night? I know that doesn't
always count for a blind person, but the essence is the same. If you
look confident and alert the scammers will pass you by since you won't
look like an easy mark.
I did get a few messages that might've led that way on match, but I
cut those off quick.
I've been blind for 11 years and the years I wasn't I spent the bulk
of that on the internet. I was either playing online games or chatting
so I had a sort of scam/asshole detector going on. Match helped me
re-engage that since I hadn't been on the internet much since I lost
my sight.... It's not fair to think each potential guy is a scammer,
but I'd rather be safe than sorry again. A bad relationship decision
was pretty much a big reason I lost my sight in the first place. I
used to attract jerks, lol.
I think reading profiles can give you a good idea of the person. I
would skip profiles where they used bad grammar, "lol" a lot, and just
things like that. I also used to pay attention to the amount of
pictures they had on their profile. I know I couldn't see them, but if
there was only one or two that made me think. In this day and age it
is too easy to take a picture. Heck even I take a lot of pictures and
I'm totally blind.
With match profiles I noticed that some would copy and paste the exact
same paragraph or two so I would skip them. You just get a feel for it
I guess? I would say read the questionss, but some guys don't update
their answers. I took note of some answers and asked my boyfriend
about his answer ... his reply was that he hadn't updated them since
he created his acount years ago. hah So, get some answer/questions and
ask the person messaging you. I'd think that would be a good way to
see because you can't change your answers for 24 hours I think.
My sister, years ago, ran into a scam from an dating app. I forget
what it was called... it had to do with wire transfers and Nigeria.
When she told me about it I couldn't believe it because the word
"Nigeria" would have set off air raid sirens in my head.I won't go
into what all happened with her, but I made her get everything related
to it and report it to the FBI.
If there is any mention of money, needing this or that, or anything
not related to getting to know someone and wanting something I'd ditch
it and move on. I know as a blind person pickings are slim, but there
is no reason to settle ... ever. I wouldn't ditch it right away, but
give them time to redeem or hang themselves.
As I said I talk a lot.... I did a lot of research before I even
created accounts. I looked up how to fill out my profile, what to
include or not include in it, ways to word it, and things like that. I
also looked up how to message people and how it might go. I was really
out of the game when it came to messaging people who weren't my
family/close friends. I started with the 7 day trial with Match, was
suckered into paying for a month, and moved on to the next app which
was OKC.
It is tempting to run ahead and get things right now, but I prefer to
be prepared before I go into any endevor.
I'm in no way an expert since I was very fortunate to find someone
interesting within a couple of months, but a little info is still some
info.I know what to do, for the most part, if I have to do it all over
again.
.
On 8/7/18, Shelly Kane <shellykane323@...> wrote:
Thanks so much for all of your help. I do have one question, do you
notice with ok cupid that there are a lot of scam artists asking for
money? They sound really good on their profiles and then you come to
realize they are not who they say they are? My friend has found quite a
few scam artists on there from different countries. Thanks again.

Shelly


On 8/6/2018 6:02 PM, Missa wrote:
I switch back and forth between the mobile (m.okcupid.com) and the
desktop site. It depends on what you are wanting to do. I had to mess
around wwith it a bit to be able to respond to messages I got with
likes. They changed it so that messages don't go through unless both
parties like each other. That can be frustrating when you get a
notification that someone liked and messaged you.... I used those
sites coupled with the iOS app. I had to turn VO off to swipe though
to get to the profiles that also messaged/liked me. It takes trial and
error, but I was mostly satisfied with it.
I can read profiles and the questions just fine. You have to go from
the top a lot of the times because of the way their site is
programmed.... navigating by single letter doesn't always work either.
I do some searching with find too.
On 8/6/18, Shelly Kane <shellykane323@...> wrote:
I tried okcupid a few years ago and I couldn't get anywhere with it.
I
had trouble navigating the site. I would rather do free ones because
when they see that I'm blind in my profile, I don't get many
responses.
I have been on pof now for over a year and have found nothing. I can
read profiles really well and I can also send messages with no
problem.
Is ok cupid like that? Thanks everyone for your comments.

Shelly


On 8/5/2018 9:16 AM, Missa wrote:
Match was helpful to me after I mention I was blind… however their
interface is clunkky, not very helpful, and I noticed a bunch of spam
bot.
Plus I found it expensive for what little I got out of it… I never
got
past the initial survey for harmony site, Using my iPhone or my
computer
with NVDA. I did not think about using jaws or narrator. I used
OkCupid.
I
didn’t pay for it though and it seem to have worked for me. There are
some
things that didn’t work for me and I haven’t seen if those things
have
been fixed lately with the iOS app. I would switch back and forth
between
the mobile site when I used it on my computer.
I put that I am blind in my profile. I felt that it would be a sort
of
deception on my part if I did not disclose that at first. I did not
get
a
lot of responses when I sent them out, but I figured I would weed
them
out
to begin with. I still got some interest from other people, but I did
not
use it for very long before I found the person I am currently seeing.
So
I
have not experimented with it more since I started with back in
March.

Melissa
On Aug 3, 2018, at 3:52 PM, Shelly Kane <shellykane323@...>
wrote:

Hi Everyone:


Does any of you know if Jaws works well with dating sites and if so,
which ones do you think are the best? I have tried some and you
have
to
put in a code that you see on the screen and Jaws doesn't work with
that
or any screen reader for that matter. A lot of dating sites seem
not
to
be willing to help people with disabilities. Thanks in advance for
any
feedback.

Shelly




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Archive of Talkback

Robert Mendoza
 

Hi, I was trying to help my friends phone unit of android. However he told me that he accidentally update his Talkback to version 6.2
which causes his phone fails to runs strangely. And, I believe it is not compatible with his android version 5.1.1 system.

I tried to look and search the older version but no luck. If there is someone know the archive site to download the 6.1 I appreciate in advance.

Robert Mendoza


Re: YouTube #a11y

Jujube
 

Try Pontes Media Downloader.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Verlyn Baldwin" <letsdanceintx@...
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Date sent: Thu, 09 Aug 2018 16:00:43 -0700
Subject: [TechTalk] YouTube #a11y #a11y

Hi,
Does anyone know of an accessible program that will convert YouTube music to a version like MP3 that I can put on my Victor Reader?
Any suggestions are welcome,
Verlyn
letsdanceintx@...


YouTube #a11y

Verlyn Baldwin <letsdanceintx@...>
 

Hi,
Does anyone know of an accessible program that will convert YouTube music to a version like MP3 that I can put on my Victor Reader?
Any suggestions are welcome,
Verlyn
letsdanceintx@...
 


Re: Chrome shortcut keys?

john s
 

Mike, thanks.  Go Cards


At 02:04 PM 8/9/2018, Mike B., wrote:
Hi John,
 
See if this helps:
From the link below you can also get more information by clicking the links
below the keystrokes on the website, the links aren't in this message.
 
https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/183101?hl=en
 
All other shortcuts
 
Note: If you're using a Windows or Mac keyboard, use the Windows key or
Command key (Mac) in place of the Search key.
 
Tabs and windows
 
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Open a new window
Ctrl + n
Open a new window in incognito mode
Ctrl + Shift + n
Open a new tab
Ctrl + t
Open a file in the browser
Ctrl + o
Close the current tab
Ctrl + w
Close the current window
Ctrl + Shift  + w
Reopen the last tab or window you closed
Ctrl + Shift + t
Go to tabs 1-8 in the window
Ctrl + 1 through Ctrl + 8
Go to the last tab in the window
Ctrl + 9
Go to the next tab in the window
Ctrl + Tab
Go to the previous tab in the window
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Switch quickly between windows
Press & hold Alt, tap Tab until you get to the window you want to open, then
release.
Open the window you used least recently
Press & hold Alt + Shift, tap Tab until you get to the window you want to
open, then release.
Go to previous page in your browsing history
Alt + left arrow
Go to the next page in your browsing history
Alt + right arrow
Open the link in a new tab in the background
Press Ctrl and click a link
Open the link in a new tab and switch to the new tab
Press Ctrl + Shift and click a link
Open the link in a new window
Press Shift and click a link
Open the link in the tab
Drag the link to the tab's address bar
Open the link in a new tab
Drag the link to a blank area on the tab strip
Open the webpage in a new tab
Type a web address (URL) in the address bar, then press Alt + Enter
Return the tab to its original position
While dragging the tab, press Esc
Dock a window on the left
Alt + [
Dock a window on the right
Alt + ]
table end
 
Page & web browser
 
table with 2 columns and 29 rows
Page up
Alt or Search and up arrow
Page down
Alt or Search and down arrow
Scroll down the web page
Space bar
Go to top of page
Ctrl + Alt and up arrow
Go to bottom of page
Ctrl + Alt and down arrow
Print your current page
Ctrl + p
Save your current page
Ctrl + s
Reload your current page
Ctrl + r
Reload your current page without using cached content
Ctrl + Shift + r
Zoom in on the page
Ctrl and +
Zoom out on the page
Ctrl and -
Reset zoom level
Ctrl + 0
Stop the loading of your current page
Esc
Right-click a link
Press Alt and click a link
Open the link in a new tab in the background
Press Ctrl and click a link
Save the link as a bookmark
Drag link to bookmarks bar
Save your current webpage as a bookmark
Ctrl + d
Save all open pages in your current window as bookmarks in a new folder
Ctrl + Shift + d
Search the current page
Ctrl + f
Go to the next match for your search
Ctrl + g or Enter
Go to the previous match for your search
Ctrl + Shift + g or Shift + Enter
Perform a Google search
Ctrl + k or Ctrl + e
Add www. and .com to your input in the address bar, then open the page
Ctrl + Enter
View page source
Ctrl + u
Show or hide the Developer Tools panel
Ctrl + Shift + i
Show or hide the DOM Inspector
Ctrl + Shift + j
Show or hide the bookmarks bar
Ctrl + Shift + b
Open the History page
Ctrl + h
Open the Downloads page
Ctrl + j
table end
 
System & display settings
 
table with 2 columns and 13 rows
Open the Files app
Alt + Shift + m
Preview a file in the Files app
Select the file, then press Space
Display hidden files in the Files app
Ctrl + .
Open the status area (where your account picture appears)
Shift + Alt + s
Click icons 1-8 on your shelf
Alt + 1 through Alt + 8
Click the last icon on your shelf
Alt + 9
Use F keys (F1 to F12)
Search  + 1 through Search + =
See your notifications
Alt + Shift + n
Change screen resolution
Ctrl + Shift and + or -
Reset screen resolution to default
Ctrl + Shift + 0
Rotate screen 90 degrees
Ctrl + Shift +
Refresh
Switch to the next user
Ctrl + Alt + .
Switch to the previous user
Ctrl + Alt + ,
table end
 
Text editing
 
table with 2 columns and 23 rows
Turn Caps Lock on or off
Alt + Search
Select everything on the page
Ctrl + a
Select the content in the address bar
Ctrl + L or Alt + d
Select the next word or letter
Ctrl + Shift and right arrow
Select text to the end of the line
Shift + Search and right arrow
Select text to the beginning of the line
Shift + Search and left arrow
Select previous word or letter
Ctrl + Shift and left arrow
Move to the end of the next word
Ctrl and right arrow
Move to the start of the previous word
Ctrl and left arrow
Go to end of document
Ctrl + Search and right arrow
Go to beginning of document
Ctrl + Search and left arrow
Copy selected content to the clipboard
Ctrl + c
Paste content from the clipboard
Ctrl + v
Paste content from the clipboard as plain text
Ctrl + Shift + v
Cut
Ctrl + x
Delete the previous word
Ctrl + Backspace
Delete the next letter (forward delete)
Alt + Backspace
Undo your last action
Ctrl + z
Redo your last action
Ctrl + Shift + z
Switch between the keyboard languages you've set. Learn
how to choose your keyboard language.
Ctrl + Shift + Space
Switch to the previous keyboard language you were using. Learn
how to choose your keyboard language.
Ctrl + Space
Dim keyboard (for backlit keyboards only)
Alt +
Decrease brightness
Make keyboard brighter (for backlit keyboards only)
Alt +
Increase brightness
table end
 
Accessibility
 
Learn how to make your Chromebook accessible.
 
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Turn ChromeVox (spoken feedback) on or off
Ctrl + Alt + z
Turn on high contrast mode
Shift + Search + h
Highlight the launcher button on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L
Highlight the next item on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Tab or right arrow
Highlight the previous item on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Shift + Tab or left arrow
Open the highlighted button on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Space or Enter
Remove the highlight from a button on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Esc
Switch focus between:
list of 6 items
Status area (where your account picture appears)
Launcher
Address bar
Bookmarks bar (if visible)
The webpage that's open
Downloads bar (if visible)
list end
Ctrl +
Previous page
 or Ctrl +
Next page
Highlight the bookmarks bar (if shown)
Alt + Shift + b
Highlight the row with the address bar
Shift + Alt + t
Open right-click menu for highlighted item
Shift + Search +
Increase volume
Use shortcuts on a braille keyboard
See braille keyboard shortcuts
table end
 

Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
Sennt from my iBarstool.
Arguing with a woman is like reading a software license agreement.  In the end you have to ignore everything, & click I agree.
----- Original Message -----
From: john s
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 9:12 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Chrome shortcut keys?

Gene, thanks.  I'll take a look.

At 07:02 AM 8/9/2018, Gene, wrote:
If you do a Google search for Chrome shortcut keys, you will see a lot of entries concerning that subject.  I haven't looked at pages and I can't recommend any.  But you should find many accessible pages.
 
There are some shortcut keys you may want to know but in general, if you already know how to use shortcut keys for common tasks in other browsers, the same keys are used.  Control d opens the save book mark dialog.  Control j opens the download dialog.  Alt f, press and hold alt, then type f, opens the only menu in the program.  There are submenus but that's the only main menu. 
 
As you up and down arrow in the main menu, you will hear shortccut commands.  I don't think control commands are announced, however.  Control takes you to the address bar, I forgot to mention that one before.
 
Also, I have been calling these things dialogs.  Chrome doesn't use dialogs for most of these structures, they are displayed as web pages.  Do you know how to use Chrome in general?  That is much more important to learn when you are beginning than to look at a long list of short cut commands.  I believe a list member has created a tutorial for Chrome.  If you want it, ask here and the person will send it to you. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: john s
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 5:32 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Chrome shortcut keys?

Does anyone have the Chrome shortcut keys in text format?  I saw an
article in the help center about learning shortcut keys but it must
have been graphics because I couldn't read it.


                 John


                 John

                 John


Re: Chrome shortcut keys?

Mike B. <mike9902@...>
 

Hi John,
 
See if this helps:
From the link below you can also get more information by clicking the links
below the keystrokes on the website, the links aren't in this message.
 
 
All other shortcuts
 
Note: If you're using a Windows or Mac keyboard, use the Windows key or
Command key (Mac) in place of the Search key.
 
Tabs and windows
 
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Open a new window
Ctrl + n
Open a new window in incognito mode
Ctrl + Shift + n
Open a new tab
Ctrl + t
Open a file in the browser
Ctrl + o
Close the current tab
Ctrl + w
Close the current window
Ctrl + Shift  + w
Reopen the last tab or window you closed
Ctrl + Shift + t
Go to tabs 1-8 in the window
Ctrl + 1 through Ctrl + 8
Go to the last tab in the window
Ctrl + 9
Go to the next tab in the window
Ctrl + Tab
Go to the previous tab in the window
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Switch quickly between windows
Press & hold Alt, tap Tab until you get to the window you want to open, then
release.
Open the window you used least recently
Press & hold Alt + Shift, tap Tab until you get to the window you want to
open, then release.
Go to previous page in your browsing history
Alt + left arrow
Go to the next page in your browsing history
Alt + right arrow
Open the link in a new tab in the background
Press Ctrl and click a link
Open the link in a new tab and switch to the new tab
Press Ctrl + Shift and click a link
Open the link in a new window
Press Shift and click a link
Open the link in the tab
Drag the link to the tab's address bar
Open the link in a new tab
Drag the link to a blank area on the tab strip
Open the webpage in a new tab
Type a web address (URL) in the address bar, then press Alt + Enter
Return the tab to its original position
While dragging the tab, press Esc
Dock a window on the left
Alt + [
Dock a window on the right
Alt + ]
table end
 
Page & web browser
 
table with 2 columns and 29 rows
Page up
Alt or Search and up arrow
Page down
Alt or Search and down arrow
Scroll down the web page
Space bar
Go to top of page
Ctrl + Alt and up arrow
Go to bottom of page
Ctrl + Alt and down arrow
Print your current page
Ctrl + p
Save your current page
Ctrl + s
Reload your current page
Ctrl + r
Reload your current page without using cached content
Ctrl + Shift + r
Zoom in on the page
Ctrl and +
Zoom out on the page
Ctrl and -
Reset zoom level
Ctrl + 0
Stop the loading of your current page
Esc
Right-click a link
Press Alt and click a link
Open the link in a new tab in the background
Press Ctrl and click a link
Save the link as a bookmark
Drag link to bookmarks bar
Save your current webpage as a bookmark
Ctrl + d
Save all open pages in your current window as bookmarks in a new folder
Ctrl + Shift + d
Search the current page
Ctrl + f
Go to the next match for your search
Ctrl + g or Enter
Go to the previous match for your search
Ctrl + Shift + g or Shift + Enter
Perform a Google search
Ctrl + k or Ctrl + e
Add www. and .com to your input in the address bar, then open the page
Ctrl + Enter
View page source
Ctrl + u
Show or hide the Developer Tools panel
Ctrl + Shift + i
Show or hide the DOM Inspector
Ctrl + Shift + j
Show or hide the bookmarks bar
Ctrl + Shift + b
Open the History page
Ctrl + h
Open the Downloads page
Ctrl + j
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System & display settings
 
table with 2 columns and 13 rows
Open the Files app
Alt + Shift + m
Preview a file in the Files app
Select the file, then press Space
Display hidden files in the Files app
Ctrl + .
Open the status area (where your account picture appears)
Shift + Alt + s
Click icons 1-8 on your shelf
Alt + 1 through Alt + 8
Click the last icon on your shelf
Alt + 9
Use F keys (F1 to F12)
Search  + 1 through Search + =
See your notifications
Alt + Shift + n
Change screen resolution
Ctrl + Shift and + or -
Reset screen resolution to default
Ctrl + Shift + 0
Rotate screen 90 degrees
Ctrl + Shift +
Refresh
Switch to the next user
Ctrl + Alt + .
Switch to the previous user
Ctrl + Alt + ,
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Text editing
 
table with 2 columns and 23 rows
Turn Caps Lock on or off
Alt + Search
Select everything on the page
Ctrl + a
Select the content in the address bar
Ctrl + L or Alt + d
Select the next word or letter
Ctrl + Shift and right arrow
Select text to the end of the line
Shift + Search and right arrow
Select text to the beginning of the line
Shift + Search and left arrow
Select previous word or letter
Ctrl + Shift and left arrow
Move to the end of the next word
Ctrl and right arrow
Move to the start of the previous word
Ctrl and left arrow
Go to end of document
Ctrl + Search and right arrow
Go to beginning of document
Ctrl + Search and left arrow
Copy selected content to the clipboard
Ctrl + c
Paste content from the clipboard
Ctrl + v
Paste content from the clipboard as plain text
Ctrl + Shift + v
Cut
Ctrl + x
Delete the previous word
Ctrl + Backspace
Delete the next letter (forward delete)
Alt + Backspace
Undo your last action
Ctrl + z
Redo your last action
Ctrl + Shift + z
Switch between the keyboard languages you've set. Learn
how to choose your keyboard language.
Ctrl + Shift + Space
Switch to the previous keyboard language you were using. Learn
how to choose your keyboard language.
Ctrl + Space
Dim keyboard (for backlit keyboards only)
Alt +
Decrease brightness
Make keyboard brighter (for backlit keyboards only)
Alt +
Increase brightness
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Accessibility
 
Learn how to make your Chromebook accessible.
 
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Turn ChromeVox (spoken feedback) on or off
Ctrl + Alt + z
Turn on high contrast mode
Shift + Search + h
Highlight the launcher button on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L
Highlight the next item on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Tab or right arrow
Highlight the previous item on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Shift + Tab or left arrow
Open the highlighted button on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Space or Enter
Remove the highlight from a button on your shelf
Shift + Alt + L, then Esc
Switch focus between:
list of 6 items
Status area (where your account picture appears)
Launcher
Address bar
Bookmarks bar (if visible)
The webpage that's open
Downloads bar (if visible)
list end
Ctrl +
Previous page
 or Ctrl +
Next page
Highlight the bookmarks bar (if shown)
Alt + Shift + b
Highlight the row with the address bar
Shift + Alt + t
Open right-click menu for highlighted item
Shift + Search +
Increase volume
Use shortcuts on a braille keyboard
See braille keyboard shortcuts
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Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
Sennt from my iBarstool.
Arguing with a woman is like reading a software license agreement.  In the end you have to ignore everything, & click I agree.

----- Original Message -----
From: john s
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 9:12 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Chrome shortcut keys?

Gene, thanks.  I'll take a look.

At 07:02 AM 8/9/2018, Gene, wrote:
If you do a Google search for Chrome shortcut keys, you will see a lot of entries concerning that subject.  I haven't looked at pages and I can't recommend any.  But you should find many accessible pages.
 
There are some shortcut keys you may want to know but in general, if you already know how to use shortcut keys for common tasks in other browsers, the same keys are used.  Control d opens the save book mark dialog.  Control j opens the download dialog.  Alt f, press and hold alt, then type f, opens the only menu in the program.  There are submenus but that's the only main menu. 
 
As you up and down arrow in the main menu, you will hear shortccut commands.  I don't think control commands are announced, however.  Control takes you to the address bar, I forgot to mention that one before.
 
Also, I have been calling these things dialogs.  Chrome doesn't use dialogs for most of these structures, they are displayed as web pages.  Do you know how to use Chrome in general?  That is much more important to learn when you are beginning than to look at a long list of short cut commands.  I believe a list member has created a tutorial for Chrome.  If you want it, ask here and the person will send it to you. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: john s
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 5:32 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Chrome shortcut keys?

Does anyone have the Chrome shortcut keys in text format?  I saw an
article in the help center about learning shortcut keys but it must
have been graphics because I couldn't read it.


                 John


                 John


Re: [Tec Talk] [Tec Talk] locking the screen

Michael Hunt
 

Your welcome

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Sugar Lopez
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 12:59 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] [Tec Talk] locking the screen

 

Thanks Michael

Will keep in mind

sugar

 

. "Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom."

-Please support me in my journey to another opportunity of life at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

Hugs, Sugar

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Michael Hunt via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, August 9, 2018 9:48 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] [Tec Talk] locking the screen

 

Hi Sugar,

 

I do know that insert left mouse button will lock the keyboard.  Maybe it locks the touch screen as well?

To unlock just do the same.

Michael

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Sugar Lopez
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 12:18 PM
To: Tech Talk List <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] locking the screen

 

Hello friends

I accidentaly loced the screen, not sure how I did it but I had to restart the pc to get it out of lock mode.

Will someone be kind enough to show me how to unlock the screen if this should happen again?

I use a Lonovo/touch screen  Desk top

Wireless key board

Jaws 17

Office 2016

Windows 10

Thanks so much in advance.

Sugar

 

"A day without a friend is like a pot without a drop of honey."

-Winnie the Pooh

Please support me in my journey to another opportunity of life at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

Hugs, Sugar

 


Re: [Tec Talk] locking the screen

Sugar Lopez
 

Thanks Michael

Will keep in mind

sugar

 

. "Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom."

-Please support me in my journey to another opportunity of life at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

Hugs, Sugar

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Michael Hunt via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, August 9, 2018 9:48 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] [Tec Talk] locking the screen

 

Hi Sugar,

 

I do know that insert left mouse button will lock the keyboard.  Maybe it locks the touch screen as well?

To unlock just do the same.

Michael

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Sugar Lopez
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 12:18 PM
To: Tech Talk List <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] locking the screen

 

Hello friends

I accidentaly loced the screen, not sure how I did it but I had to restart the pc to get it out of lock mode.

Will someone be kind enough to show me how to unlock the screen if this should happen again?

I use a Lonovo/touch screen  Desk top

Wireless key board

Jaws 17

Office 2016

Windows 10

Thanks so much in advance.

Sugar

 

"A day without a friend is like a pot without a drop of honey."

-Winnie the Pooh

Please support me in my journey to another opportunity of life at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

Hugs, Sugar

 


Re: [Tec Talk] locking the screen

Michael Hunt
 

Hi Sugar,

 

I do know that insert left mouse button will lock the keyboard.  Maybe it locks the touch screen as well?

To unlock just do the same.

Michael

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Sugar Lopez
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 12:18 PM
To: Tech Talk List <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] locking the screen

 

Hello friends

I accidentaly loced the screen, not sure how I did it but I had to restart the pc to get it out of lock mode.

Will someone be kind enough to show me how to unlock the screen if this should happen again?

I use a Lonovo/touch screen  Desk top

Wireless key board

Jaws 17

Office 2016

Windows 10

Thanks so much in advance.

Sugar

 

"A day without a friend is like a pot without a drop of honey."

-Winnie the Pooh

Please support me in my journey to another opportunity of life at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

Hugs, Sugar

 


Re: About cDex

Blackwell, Clifford
 

You have to enable the cd look up. F4 will bring up the configuration page. Tab over to the CDDB tabe and work your way through that. If that is set up properly and you're still not getting the artist and title info, then most likely your disc is not in the data base. You could try a different data base like Music Brains, but Freedb is generally the best from my experience.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nancy Shackelford
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2018 9:23 PM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] About cDex

I thought it was supposed to name the songs when converting to .mp3, but I see that it only calls each of the tracks "Track#" with all the info after it. Is there a function of cDex that actually finds the names of the tracks?

Thanks,

Nance

--
Nancy Shackelford --Walk On Faith And Trust In Love - Michael Reid--


locking the screen

Sugar Lopez
 

Hello friends

I accidentaly loced the screen, not sure how I did it but I had to restart the pc to get it out of lock mode.

Will someone be kind enough to show me how to unlock the screen if this should happen again?

I use a Lonovo/touch screen  Desk top

Wireless key board

Jaws 17

Office 2016

Windows 10

Thanks so much in advance.

Sugar

 

"A day without a friend is like a pot without a drop of honey."

-Winnie the Pooh

Please support me in my journey to another opportunity of life at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

Hugs, Sugar

 


Re: Chrome shortcut keys?

john s
 

Gene, thanks.  I'll take a look.


At 07:02 AM 8/9/2018, Gene, wrote:
If you do a Google search for Chrome shortcut keys, you will see a lot of entries concerning that subject.  I haven't looked at pages and I can't recommend any.  But you should find many accessible pages.
 
There are some shortcut keys you may want to know but in general, if you already know how to use shortcut keys for common tasks in other browsers, the same keys are used.  Control d opens the save book mark dialog.  Control j opens the download dialog.  Alt f, press and hold alt, then type f, opens the only menu in the program.  There are submenus but that's the only main menu. 
 
As you up and down arrow in the main menu, you will hear shortccut commands.  I don't think control commands are announced, however.  Control takes you to the address bar, I forgot to mention that one before.
 
Also, I have been calling these things dialogs.  Chrome doesn't use dialogs for most of these structures, they are displayed as web pages.  Do you know how to use Chrome in general?  That is much more important to learn when you are beginning than to look at a long list of short cut commands.  I believe a list member has created a tutorial for Chrome.  If you want it, ask here and the person will send it to you. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: john s
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 5:32 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Chrome shortcut keys?

Does anyone have the Chrome shortcut keys in text format?  I saw an
article in the help center about learning shortcut keys but it must
have been graphics because I couldn't read it.


                 John


                 John


jaws OCR and facebook memes

Keith S
 

Hi, How do I use Jaws OCR on facebook memes?
 
And While I am at it, how do I save mems from jaws to my computer?
 
Using  the current version of jaws on windows 10.
 
Keith


Re: Jaws and dating sites

Rob Hudson
 

Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
No, Ron wasn't engaging in selfdepricating humor. Selfdepricating humor is where you put yourself down to get a laugh or make others feel more comfortable.
The only time I do that is when i'm with people with whom I am comfortable already. You see this kind of humor all the time in various handicap groups, among the overweight, and of course, in certain racial circles. Basically, in any minority group that tends to be persecuted by societal norms or is otherwise within a few deviations of medium.
Sometimes, it really is genuine; the person isn't actually trying to put themselves down because of bad self-esteem. Making light of a situation, trying to make it less severe, can be therapeutic. Like when you are blind and you walk into a pole. You can cry about it, or you can laugh and say "gee, I did not see that there. You'd think I'd learn to open my eyes by now. However, You are right, Gene, in that sometimes such self-depricating humor can go a little too far.


Re: Jaws and dating sites

Gene
 

Also, I have strong feelings about this.  List members can decide whom they agree with if they don't already have opinions.  If you disagree, you disagree.  But I think its important that the topic be discussed when it comes up so people who haven't thought about it or don't really have an opinion may form one if they wish and believe they have seen enough arguments on both sides to do so.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Gene
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 9:20 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Jaws and dating sites

No, Ron wasn't engaging in selfdepricating humor.  Selfdepricating humor is where you put yourself down to get a laugh or make others feel more comfortable.  I don't believe in using that kind of humor.  It reinforces all the wrong stereotypes. 
 
Are you aware of how women comics of an earlier generation are now out of favor because they engaged almost exclusively in selfdepricating humor, reinforcing and playing on all the stereotypes about women that women are still fighting?  Selfdepricating humor wouldn't exist to any extent if it didn't have stereotypes to reinforce and play on. 
 
Gene
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 8:59 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Jaws and dating sites

Gene, maybe by all estimations, I am at the lowest end of the frequency
spectrum!  Be that as it may, those I interact with, sighted or blind, treat
me with respect.  Whether or not any humor makes sense, it depends on who's
interpreting the said humor and how comfortable such a one is with whatever
interpretation is derived from the individual's thought process.  I feel
comfortable with what I do and I am NOT DIMINISHED in any way on the basis
of how I elect to approach anything.  That which is nice and good for you
may not necessarily be the same for me.  In that wise, we won't be reading
from the same page. 

Again, I can't stress this enough:  I speak of and for myself when I share
my views on this subject.  I am a co-equal with all the sighted folks I
interact with.  For me, it does not matter where my path and that of a
sighted person crosses!  Recently at Chicago's OHare, I had so much fun
hanging around the pilot and air hostesses of a Spirit Airline flight that
got me there from my coveted bush.  Upon return to my base, I had the same
fun with the pilot and hosts/hostesses of a United Airlines flight.  Perhaps
I delve into things most blind folks won't think about.  Sadly, I love to
learn a thing or two about anything that captures my interest.  Example, how
does FAA give directions to airlines when they come in to land or when they
are hanging out in the air?  This curiosity got me into the FAA offices in
my coveted bush's airport!  I learned far more than I thought I knew in 20
minutes!  These oficers are fantastic and i applaud them for what they do. 

I just read a satirical humor posted by Mr. Canazzi; was he engaging in self
deprecating humor?  It didn't come across to me that way, in fact, I like
what he had to say. 

It's all about how you choose to have your steak made; some prefer it
medium-rear; as for me, NO THANKS, always well-done!  And yes, when it is
brought to the table and served, I shall check ten times to be sure it is
well done and I don't care whether or not you're standing there with 55 eyes
watching me!  It also does not matter who's paying for the steak dinner.  I
doubt if any of my successes shall have happened if I waste my time and
energy engaging in self deprecating humor.  I consider all to be a friend,
brother or sister; whether or not anyone chooses to accord me a similar
honor is a decision I can't make for any individual.

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado 




Re: Jaws and dating sites

Gene
 

No, Ron wasn't engaging in selfdepricating humor.  Selfdepricating humor is where you put yourself down to get a laugh or make others feel more comfortable.  I don't believe in using that kind of humor.  It reinforces all the wrong stereotypes. 
 
Are you aware of how women comics of an earlier generation are now out of favor because they engaged almost exclusively in selfdepricating humor, reinforcing and playing on all the stereotypes about women that women are still fighting?  Selfdepricating humor wouldn't exist to any extent if it didn't have stereotypes to reinforce and play on. 
 
Gene

Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 8:59 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Jaws and dating sites

Gene, maybe by all estimations, I am at the lowest end of the frequency
spectrum!  Be that as it may, those I interact with, sighted or blind, treat
me with respect.  Whether or not any humor makes sense, it depends on who's
interpreting the said humor and how comfortable such a one is with whatever
interpretation is derived from the individual's thought process.  I feel
comfortable with what I do and I am NOT DIMINISHED in any way on the basis
of how I elect to approach anything.  That which is nice and good for you
may not necessarily be the same for me.  In that wise, we won't be reading
from the same page. 

Again, I can't stress this enough:  I speak of and for myself when I share
my views on this subject.  I am a co-equal with all the sighted folks I
interact with.  For me, it does not matter where my path and that of a
sighted person crosses!  Recently at Chicago's OHare, I had so much fun
hanging around the pilot and air hostesses of a Spirit Airline flight that
got me there from my coveted bush.  Upon return to my base, I had the same
fun with the pilot and hosts/hostesses of a United Airlines flight.  Perhaps
I delve into things most blind folks won't think about.  Sadly, I love to
learn a thing or two about anything that captures my interest.  Example, how
does FAA give directions to airlines when they come in to land or when they
are hanging out in the air?  This curiosity got me into the FAA offices in
my coveted bush's airport!  I learned far more than I thought I knew in 20
minutes!  These oficers are fantastic and i applaud them for what they do. 

I just read a satirical humor posted by Mr. Canazzi; was he engaging in self
deprecating humor?  It didn't come across to me that way, in fact, I like
what he had to say. 

It's all about how you choose to have your steak made; some prefer it
medium-rear; as for me, NO THANKS, always well-done!  And yes, when it is
brought to the table and served, I shall check ten times to be sure it is
well done and I don't care whether or not you're standing there with 55 eyes
watching me!  It also does not matter who's paying for the steak dinner.  I
doubt if any of my successes shall have happened if I waste my time and
energy engaging in self deprecating humor.  I consider all to be a friend,
brother or sister; whether or not anyone chooses to accord me a similar
honor is a decision I can't make for any individual.

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado