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Re: saving attachments

Shelly Kane
 

Thank you Ron!  I will try this.  Usually when I open an attachment, it takes me to word and I have to enter on it for the attachment to open and I see the message.  I will let you know what happens.

On 2/12/2019 7:07 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
After you open the message with an attachment, without closing it, press alt + m for the message menu followed by H for the attachment sub menu item.  Under this menu, use your up and down arrow keys to highlight functions.  One of the functions is a save item. It usually shows the name of the file.  For example, if you have an attachment called dogs.DOC, there should be an item under the attachments menu called dogs.DOC sub menu.  use the right arrow to open this item and one of the choices is save.  Make sure you know where the files are being saved.  The default is either desktop or downloads.


On 2/12/2019 1:17 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
Thunderbird.

On 2/11/2019 8:53 PM, Jujube wrote:
What email program are you using?

On Feb 11, 2019, at 5:26 PM, Shelly Kane <shellykane323@gmail.com> wrote:

             Hi Group:


I was wondering if someone could please give me simple directions on how to save an attachment from an email?  The only thing I know is when I open the email, I hit alt m and h and that takes me to word and where the document is.  What do I do when I get to the document that I want to save?  I don't care to save the actual email that they came in.  I would appreciate any help that you could give me.  Please keep it as simple as possible.  Thanks in advance.


Shelly







Re: saving attachments

Shelly Kane
 

Thunderbird.

On 2/12/2019 4:53 AM, chris judge wrote:
What email program are you using?

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shelly Kane
Sent: February 11, 2019 9:27 PM
To: tech talk <main@techtalk.groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] saving attachments

Hi Group:


I was wondering if someone could please give me simple directions on how to save an attachment from an email? The only thing I know is when I open the email, I hit alt m and h and that takes me to word and where the document is. What do I do when I get to the document that I want to save? I don't care to save the actual email that they came in. I would appreciate any help that you could give me. Please keep it as simple as possible. Thanks in advance.


Shelly







.


Re: need a good accessible captcha solver

Melissa
 

Hi list. Thanks for all the feedback. I appreciate it. I have a smart
phone and that will work for pictures. However, there are web sites
that use some kind of weird slide control which says: "bring the
slider to 100% if you are human." However, neither Jaws, voice over,
NVDA, or narrator seems to be able to get the slider to slide. *frown*
If I come up with anything that might help you guys, I'll let you
know.
Melissa

On 2/12/19, Gerald Levy <bwaylimited@verizon.net> wrote:

Has anyone tried this captcha solving estension which is supposed to
work with Firefox and Chrome?  I have never heard of it before, so I
wonder whether it is even acccessible.


Gerald



On 2/12/2019 10:04 AM, Vaddy wrote:


Hi! You may look at https://antcpt.com/eng/home.html


Regards, Vaddy

On 12.02.2019 2:34, Melissa wrote:
Hi list. I need a good accessible captcha solver. I tried looking for
rumola but the links do not work.





Re: Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

Walter Ramage
 

Hi.  Thanks.  I assume then there should be no problem with jaws seeing it.  Walter

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Chris G
Sent: 12 February 2019 18:35
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

 

It would be a SAPI 5 synthesizer, so you would tell JAWS to use the SAPI voice.

 

On 2/12/2019 10:57 AM, Walter Ramage via Groups.Io wrote:

Hi Guys.  There is a Scottish company called CereProc that does TTS voices.  I would like to purchase one of these but I'm not sure if it would be compatible with JAWS.

 

Has anybody used any of their TTS voices?  The samples given are very good quality and although many are easy on the ear I do like the "Heather" voice

 

I'll paste a link for this voice below but if you want to sample any other voices then the web site is www.cereproc.com.

 

If you have used these voices or know if they are compatible with JAWS (or NVDA) then I would appreciate your comments.  Walter.

 

Link to the Heather voice.

https://www.cereproc.com/en/node/650


Re: need a good accessible captcha solver

Gerald Levy
 

Has anyone tried this captcha solving estension which is supposed to work with Firefox and Chrome?  I have never heard of it before, so I wonder whether it is even acccessible.


Gerald

On 2/12/2019 10:04 AM, Vaddy wrote:


Hi! You may look at https://antcpt.com/eng/home.html


Regards, Vaddy

On 12.02.2019 2:34, Melissa wrote:
Hi list. I need a good accessible captcha solver. I tried looking for
rumola but the links do not work.


Determining Described Track on DVD

Rob Hudson <rob_hudson_3182@...>
 

Before I buy movies online from places like amazon is there a way to determine if the DVD has a description track? I hate to waste money and then find out oops. Nothing there.


Re: Dropbox Question

Gene
 

Do you only have the files on one computer with Dropbox installed? 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Vicki W
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 9:56 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Dropbox Question

I have just eliminated over 50 gigs of files from Dropbox, yet when I look in the system tray, the Dropbox remains the same size. If I add something, it gets larger, but even after deleting these 50 gigs, it gets no smaller.
 
If I look at the size of the actual Dropbox folder on my computer, it shows up smaller as it should.
 
Is there some place on the DB website that I need to go to delete the files so that the actual size showing up in my system tray will be correct?
 
Thanks.
 
Vicki
 


Re: need a good accessible captcha solver

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Group,


While I believe Gerald is essentially correct on this issue, I have experience with my banking site that uses this type of authentication and here is what I have found.


The site requires a 2 step authentication.  The first is the assigned password that either you discuss in person with bank representatives or you allow their default to remain as your own password.  The second step, the first time you log in is to pick a graphic image and save this as the second state of security.  There are about 20 pictures: dogs, birds, butterflies and so on.  There is a  checkbox associated with each picture.  At least on this site, the pictures are identified by a graphic number as in graphic 5002 or graphic 7991.  These seem to stay consistent from month to month and even in my case from year to year.  What I did is randomly pick a graphic and write down its number and every time I have to re-authenticate, if I pick the graphic with that saved label, the graphic authentication seems to work. I check the box with the proper graphic number--whatever it looks like--and then click next and I'm logged in.


I don't know if this will work for every site requiring this type of authentication, but it's worth a try for anyone encountering this method of authentication. This works using NVDA.  I don't know if other screen readers will give consistent graphic numbering information.


On 2/12/2019 8:55 AM, Gerald Levy wrote:


What you are describing is a new kind of captcha that only a pair of working eyeballs can solve.  Instead of deciphering a string of distorted alphanumeric characters as with a conventional captcha, you have to identify an object displayed on the web page such as a set of blocks or a teapot. Obviously, no captcha solving program that uses algorithms like Webvisum would be able to solve such a captcha.  Maybe a smart phone with the Be My Eyes app might work for solving this type of captcha, but certainly not Webvisum.


Gerald



On 2/12/2019 8:03 AM, Lisa Belville wrote:

In addition to what Gerald writes below, many newer web sites have CAPTCHAsS that Webvism doesn't recognize.  I received a Walmart gift card for Christmas and Webvism didn't know there was a CAPTCHA on the page even though there is a graphic and an edit form to plug in what the graphic says.  Webvism said there was no CAPTCHA to solve.


This wasn't the Walmart retail shopping page, it was one exclusively for Walmart gift cards.


I never got Rumola up and running, so that doesn't work for me, either.


Lisa


Lisa Belville

missktlab1217@...
On 2/12/2019 5:51 AM, Gerald Levy wrote:


Not any more.  Unless you already have a Webvisum account, you can no longer create a Webvisum account for the first time, as I discovered yesterday.  In order for someone to register with Webvisum, they need an invitation code from an existing Webvisum account holder.  But when I signed in to my Webvisum account yesterday and submitted a request for an invitation code as a test, I instead received an email message with a new password that had been automatically generated by their email server, even though I specifically requested an invitation code.  So there is apparently no longer any means for an existing Webvisum account holder to obtain an invitation code to pass on to someone else who wants to create a Webvisum account for the first time.  And of course, because Webvisum was abandoned years ago by its developers, there is no means of contacting them.  Looks like the ball game may finally be over for Webvisum unless you already have an account.


Gerald



On 2/11/2019 7:45 PM, Gene wrote:
If you want something free, you can use an old version of Firefox with Webvism.  I don't know what else is available that you pay for. 
 
If you want to use an old version of Firefox with Webvisum, let us know and list members can discuss how you do so.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Melissa
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2019 6:34 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] need a good accessible captcha solver

Hi list. I need a good accessible captcha solver. I tried looking for
rumola but the links do not work. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks in
advance.
Melissa


-- 
They Ask Me If I'm Happy; I say Yes.
They ask: "How Happy are You?"
I Say: "I'm as happy as a stow away chimpanzee on a banana boat!"


Re: Deleting Firefox Bookmarks?

Gene
 

I don't know how you are opening the bookmarks list or if it matters when you are trying to find what I  am describing.  Move to a bookmark you want to delete, open the context menu and look down it for delete.  Press enter.  If you have problems, let us know.  Whenever you are in a situation like this, in a file list, in a menu, see if there is a context menu.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Dave
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 9:20 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Deleting Firefox Bookmarks?

I use Firefox for a Browser, and have a number of Bookmarks I would like
to Delete.  However, everything I try in order to Delete them, doesn't
work.  So, I am sure it is Super Simple, but I am just not understanding
how to Delete Bookmarks from Firefox.


Would someone share how this is done?


Thanks very much,


Grumpy Dave






Re: need a good accessible captcha solver

Vaddy
 

Hi! You may look at https://antcpt.com/eng/home.html


Regards, Vaddy

On 12.02.2019 2:34, Melissa wrote:
Hi list. I need a good accessible captcha solver. I tried looking for
rumola but the links do not work.


Re: CFTB & Work PC; Sandra Needs PC fix;

Sandra Streeter
 

Thanks, Brian, for very good clarifications. As of now, I am only volunteering and the work doesn’t require a computer; I do, however, submit the occasional article to church newsletter, as well as just average-daily stuff using my ailing PC. I have checked with a local independent living center (ILC) for what they might be able to do, and as we begin to talk now, they are thinking of using some funding to get me a new system—and I would be extremely grateful. So, ILC’s are another source for people to check out re funding either for repair or replacement. My concern was for the unlikely event that I’d find and take a suitable work-from-home position, for which this current system would be inefficient and frustrating to use when I’d be on the clock. Also,  I didn’t want to get a cheap refurbished to replace it, that only had demo JAWS, which I would have to re-start every so many minutes, in that circumstance.
 
 
 
Sandra
“Do not waste time bothering whether you ‘love’ your neighbor; act as if you did. As soon as we do this we find one of the great secrets. When you are behaving as if you loved someone, you will presently come to love him.”
― C.S. Lewis
 

Sent: Monday, February 11, 2019 6:41 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] CFTB & Work PC; Sandra Needs PC fix;
 

Dear Pam & List:

Decided the NLS DTBM thread was way off topic, hence this new thread with a more descriptive subject.

 

Sandra asked about using a replacement PC for job use. Not sure if she is presently employed, doing unpaid volunteer work, or neither of these.

 

Since she mentioned using the replacement PC for a job, I jumped on the Bandwagon, saying the state or federal Vocational Rehab folks should buy it if for work, as well as the access software such as JAWS. Some states may try to convince her to use Narrator or NVDA. While they are comparable to JAWS in some ways, they have no dedicated, full-time team working to resolve issues end users report.

 

CFTB on first glance, sounds like a noble project, repurpose used PC and laptops to folks on public assistance, such as SSI, welfare, mothers’ allowance etc. However, unless they have tightened up their requirements for donations to be accepted, the PC you receive is what CFTB received from the donor. It may have a modern CPU chip with ample RAM to run JAWS 2019 in demo mode, NVDA or Narrator, however as far as I know, they do not check the amount of RAM the system has or if other components, such as disk drives, power supply, Monitor etc. work at all or well. You want a working monitor in the event you require sighted assistance with a non-speech friendly program such as the McAfee Anti-Virus Removal Tool, or as in my own case, the PC Reset function of Windows 1-0. What was donated is what you receive, plus a copy of JAWS 2019 with a one-year home use license.

 

Should you become gainfully employed during this year, it is only fair to report this fact to Freedom Scientific, who may request or require you to purchase a full-price license for JAWS, or, may decide that if the job is only temporary and not full-time, you may continue with the Home use license, then revaluate your situation at license renewal time. It is their Intellectual Property they have licensed, not sold to you and they are entitled as to how it may be used for a given price.

Not sure how FS views unpaid, volunteer work, say, entering information into the dog, cat etc. database at the local ASPCA animal adoption center or answering the patient enquiry line at Belleview Hospital or UCLA Medical Centre. The introductory picture of a hospital with the words General Hospital by the front doors was said to strongly resemble the front entrance of U. C. L. A. Medical Center, as were the surrounding buildings when they showed the out-of-doors! While these two centers of medical care are huge, with annual budgets exceeding those of many third-world Nations, they are technically not-for-profit concerns.

 

I also mentioned to Sandra & the list in a previous reply there may be local resources to have PC repaired at much less than the going retail price by community groups, such as the local Freenet if there is one, the Telephone Pioneers Of America, whose first member was Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, who invented the thing, groups of volunteers from local PC clubs, there used to be many in the days of BBS boards or electronics enthusiasts who love working on electric and electronic devices, gives them experience doing fine soldering, troubleshooting and repair work for folks on seriously low incomes. Or they may extend this privilege to retired U. S. Armed Forces personnel, just about everyone on your block knows at least one, they may be a close family member or distant relative, but they signed up at the office with a picture of Uncle Sam saying he wants YOU! These community groups typically charge for repair parts, plus a small donation to the sponsoring group for diagnosing your ailing PC and replacing the parts which seem to be ailing. No guarantee on their work, however, you cannot beat the price should it not fix the problem.

 

 

In view of the above, whether Sandra needs a home use license of JAWS or a full-price one depends upon her circumstances. The favorite phrase in the Income Tax Act of Canada, 1972, as amended is “An amount which does not exceed a reasonable amount in the circumstances.”

 

This means each case is looked at on its own circumstances. If you have a 200-player Symphony orchestra which needs to get from New York City, where they regularly play at the Met, to Detroit, Michigan, complete with their grips, techs and all their instruments, amplifiers, speaker towers etc., it may be most economical to rent a Boeing 777 Dreamliner from an airline, stock it with everyone’s favorite in-flight meals, drinks etc. tell everyone to assemble at the United terminal at JFK International Airport for a 5:00 PM departure this Friday evening rather than having everyone drive to Detroit City or take AMTRAK. Or, it may be cheaper to call AMTRAK, arrange for a private train to take your symphony orchestra, grips, techs, etc. to Detroit City. If you have a five-piece Jazz combo, you likely do not require an airliner or your own train to take you to the gig. If the orchestra is acoustic, you do not need to transport huge amplifiers & speakers, the group does not use these.

 

I am not trying to promote Freedom Scientific Commercial licenses, but explain what is fair to FS and Sandra, the end-user.

 

If no one else will pay for a work PC for her, the employer should, as for any other employee. They can make a case for having the statehouse or Uncle Sam pay for JAWS for her work, Duxbury Braille Translator & a Refreshible Braille display if spelling & layout are particularly important with the material she works with.

 

I trust this makes my stand on these matters clearer. As the previous thread was off-topic for its subject line, decided to ask that thread be terminated immediately, and this new thread used to continue the discussion.

Brian K. Lingard VE3YI, Ab2JI, B.. A., C. T. M.

 


Re: need a good accessible captcha solver

 

Very well said LOL

Cheers,
Marcio
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Em 12/02/2019 16:35, Chris G escreveu:

Captcha be gone is, gone.


On 2/12/2019 8:07 AM, David Goldfield wrote:

For years I've used Rumola but lately the page containing their Google extension generates a "not found" message. I have just written to them to see if they are going away or if the extension will be returning.

There's also another paid solution called Captcha be Gone but I have not used it.



David Goldfield, Assistive Technology Specialist WWW.David-Goldfield.Com
On 2/12/2019 4:51 AM, chris judge wrote:
We all need a good captcha solver, smile. If you have a smart phone, be my eyes is your answer. If not, not sure what to suggest.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Melissa
Sent: February 11, 2019 8:35 PM
To: TechTalk <TechTalk@groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] need a good accessible captcha solver

Hi list. I need a good accessible captcha solver. I tried looking for rumola but the links do not work. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks in advance.
Melissa









Re: Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

Walter Ramage
 

Hi.  I think I have but that was many years ago so I can't really remember just what I thought of it.  Of what I can recall, there were a couple of things that I didn't like.  They were little things but it showed the voice wasn't as  precise as JAWS so I stopped using it and I've had a few computers since then and forgot about that voice until you mentioned it.  Walter.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Marie
Sent: 12 February 2019 17:49
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

 

I agree it sounds good but I would like to hear it if speeded up somewhat.

Have you tried the Scottish Vocalizer voice, Fiona. I use it quite a lot and find it very responsive and pretty easy to understand and, of course, it is free!

Marie

 

From: Walter Ramage via Groups.Io

Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 7:57 AM

To: techtalk@groups.io

Subject: [TechTalk] Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

 

Hi Guys.  There is a Scottish company called CereProc that does TTS voices.  I would like to purchase one of these but I'm not sure if it would be compatible with JAWS.

 

Has anybody used any of their TTS voices?  The samples given are very good quality and although many are easy on the ear I do like the "Heather" voice

 

I'll paste a link for this voice below but if you want to sample any other voices then the web site is www.cereproc.com.

 

If you have used these voices or know if they are compatible with JAWS (or NVDA) then I would appreciate your comments.  Walter.

 

Link to the Heather voice.

https://www.cereproc.com/en/node/650

 

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Re: need a good accessible captcha solver

Chris G <chris@...>
 

Captcha be gone is, gone.


On 2/12/2019 8:07 AM, David Goldfield wrote:

For years I've used Rumola but lately the page containing their Google extension generates a "not found" message. I have just written to them to see if they are going away or if the extension will be returning.

There's also another paid solution called Captcha be Gone but I have not used it.



David Goldfield, Assistive Technology Specialist WWW.David-Goldfield.Com
On 2/12/2019 4:51 AM, chris judge wrote:
We all need a good captcha solver, smile. If you have a smart phone, be my eyes is your answer. If not, not sure what to suggest.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Melissa
Sent: February 11, 2019 8:35 PM
To: TechTalk <TechTalk@groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] need a good accessible captcha solver

Hi list. I need a good accessible captcha solver. I tried looking for rumola but the links do not work. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks in advance.
Melissa








Re: Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

Chris G <chris@...>
 

It would be a SAPI 5 synthesizer, so you would tell JAWS to use the SAPI voice.


On 2/12/2019 10:57 AM, Walter Ramage via Groups.Io wrote:

Hi Guys.  There is a Scottish company called CereProc that does TTS voices.  I would like to purchase one of these but I'm not sure if it would be compatible with JAWS.

 

Has anybody used any of their TTS voices?  The samples given are very good quality and although many are easy on the ear I do like the "Heather" voice

 

I'll paste a link for this voice below but if you want to sample any other voices then the web site is www.cereproc.com.

 

If you have used these voices or know if they are compatible with JAWS (or NVDA) then I would appreciate your comments.  Walter.

 

Link to the Heather voice.

https://www.cereproc.com/en/node/650


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

Marie <scribbles5@...>
 

I agree it sounds good but I would like to hear it if speeded up somewhat.
Have you tried the Scottish Vocalizer voice, Fiona. I use it quite a lot and find it very responsive and pretty easy to understand and, of course, it is free!
Marie
 

From: Walter Ramage via Groups.Io
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 7:57 AM
To: techtalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?
 

Hi Guys.  There is a Scottish company called CereProc that does TTS voices.  I would like to purchase one of these but I'm not sure if it would be compatible with JAWS.

 

Has anybody used any of their TTS voices?  The samples given are very good quality and although many are easy on the ear I do like the "Heather" voice

 

I'll paste a link for this voice below but if you want to sample any other voices then the web site is www.cereproc.com.

 

If you have used these voices or know if they are compatible with JAWS (or NVDA) then I would appreciate your comments.  Walter.

 

Link to the Heather voice.

https://www.cereproc.com/en/node/650


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: need a good accessible captcha solver

Lisa Belville
 

Oh lovely, I didn't realize that.  I guess I'll have to try Be My Eyes sometime.  <sigh>



Lisa Belville
missktlab1217@...
On 2/12/2019 7:55 AM, Gerald Levy wrote:


What you are describing is a new kind of captcha that only a pair of working eyeballs can solve.  Instead of deciphering a string of distorted alphanumeric characters as with a conventional captcha, you have to identify an object displayed on the web page such as a set of blocks or a teapot. Obviously, no captcha solving program that uses algorithms like Webvisum would be able to solve such a captcha.  Maybe a smart phone with the Be My Eyes app might work for solving this type of captcha, but certainly not Webvisum.


Gerald



On 2/12/2019 8:03 AM, Lisa Belville wrote:

In addition to what Gerald writes below, many newer web sites have CAPTCHAsS that Webvism doesn't recognize.  I received a Walmart gift card for Christmas and Webvism didn't know there was a CAPTCHA on the page even though there is a graphic and an edit form to plug in what the graphic says.  Webvism said there was no CAPTCHA to solve.


This wasn't the Walmart retail shopping page, it was one exclusively for Walmart gift cards.


I never got Rumola up and running, so that doesn't work for me, either.


Lisa


Lisa Belville

missktlab1217@...
On 2/12/2019 5:51 AM, Gerald Levy wrote:


Not any more.  Unless you already have a Webvisum account, you can no longer create a Webvisum account for the first time, as I discovered yesterday.  In order for someone to register with Webvisum, they need an invitation code from an existing Webvisum account holder.  But when I signed in to my Webvisum account yesterday and submitted a request for an invitation code as a test, I instead received an email message with a new password that had been automatically generated by their email server, even though I specifically requested an invitation code.  So there is apparently no longer any means for an existing Webvisum account holder to obtain an invitation code to pass on to someone else who wants to create a Webvisum account for the first time.  And of course, because Webvisum was abandoned years ago by its developers, there is no means of contacting them.  Looks like the ball game may finally be over for Webvisum unless you already have an account.


Gerald



On 2/11/2019 7:45 PM, Gene wrote:
If you want something free, you can use an old version of Firefox with Webvism.  I don't know what else is available that you pay for. 
 
If you want to use an old version of Firefox with Webvisum, let us know and list members can discuss how you do so.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Melissa
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2019 6:34 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] need a good accessible captcha solver

Hi list. I need a good accessible captcha solver. I tried looking for
rumola but the links do not work. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks in
advance.
Melissa



Re: Dropbox Question

Ted Galanos
 

Dropbox holds the deleted files for 30 days in case you or the others that you share with, should need to recover deleted items.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Vicki W
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 9:56 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Dropbox Question

 

I have just eliminated over 50 gigs of files from Dropbox, yet when I look in the system tray, the Dropbox remains the same size. If I add something, it gets larger, but even after deleting these 50 gigs, it gets no smaller.

 

If I look at the size of the actual Dropbox folder on my computer, it shows up smaller as it should.

 

Is there some place on the DB website that I need to go to delete the files so that the actual size showing up in my system tray will be correct?

 

Thanks.

 

Vicki

 


Re: Dropbox Question

george b <gbmagoo@...>
 

Your little file you added will upload quickly, but your 15 gigs will take some time to be removed from the servers

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Vicki W
Sent: February 12, 2019 7:56
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Dropbox Question

 

I have just eliminated over 50 gigs of files from Dropbox, yet when I look in the system tray, the Dropbox remains the same size. If I add something, it gets larger, but even after deleting these 50 gigs, it gets no smaller.

 

If I look at the size of the actual Dropbox folder on my computer, it shows up smaller as it should.

 

Is there some place on the DB website that I need to go to delete the files so that the actual size showing up in my system tray will be correct?

 

Thanks.

 

Vicki

 


Cereproc TTS, anybody used their products?

Walter Ramage
 

Hi Guys.  There is a Scottish company called CereProc that does TTS voices.  I would like to purchase one of these but I'm not sure if it would be compatible with JAWS.

 

Has anybody used any of their TTS voices?  The samples given are very good quality and although many are easy on the ear I do like the "Heather" voice

 

I'll paste a link for this voice below but if you want to sample any other voices then the web site is www.cereproc.com.

 

If you have used these voices or know if they are compatible with JAWS (or NVDA) then I would appreciate your comments.  Walter.

 

Link to the Heather voice.

https://www.cereproc.com/en/node/650


Virus-free. www.avast.com

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