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Re: Ask about spelling functionality of word 2019

 

Thanks for all of your replies.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2019 9:52 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Ask about spelling functionality of word 2019

I should add that only one option works, depending on the placement and design of the split button. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2019 9:42 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Ask about spelling functionality of word 2019

There are three possible ways to open split buttons.  Right arrow, down arrow, or alt down arrow. 
If you use space bar on a split button, the default action will be carried out.  Opening a split button shows you more options.  As I recall, you use enter on them as though you were in a menu.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2019 6:25 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Ask about spelling functionality of word 2019

Hi all
Anyone who use the check spelling functionality of office 2019? When i use this, and press tab to any of its suggestion, Jaws sometimes announce slipt button, but I don't know how to open the split button to see all of the suggestion from there. If I press spacebar, word acept the default suggestion from that button. I don't know if is that a split button, or Jaws recognizes the wrong control type. If it is a split buttn, please show me how to activate that button to see the suggestion from there.
I can use office 2019 with both Jaws and NVDA. any help would be appreciated.
Cuong
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Re: Thoughts on Orbit 20

Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...>
 

the answers to your questions are under the questions themselves below.

1. How well does the Bluetooth connectivity work between the Orbit and
iOS? I've only had experience using my iPhone with a U2 and found the
experience pleasant enough. Can I count on the Orbit giving a similar
stability? Are the commands generally the same?
yes, yes, and yes. Orbit20 connects excellent to iPhone, commands are the same. You will have a great experience with it. 

2. I'm something of an ignorant snob and have pause about there being
no cursor routing keys. How easy have you found it to navigate to
specific points in a document for editing?
It is very easy to get around without cursor router keys. There are commands to quickly move between words, lines, paragraphs and so on. If you want a display with cursor router keys, get the braille me from www.atguys.com 

3. What do you not like about the Orbit?
I like everything about my two orbit readers that I own. 

4. In your opinion, is the product solid enough to buy now, or should
I hold out for a second generation?
The product is certainly solid enough to buy now. I own two of them and they work great. I read with them in church and I have the orbit sitting a foot or so away from the microphone when I read out loud for the congregation. 


Re: iPhone7 vs iPhone xr?

Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...>
 

alex is a voice you can download for free from inside of voiceover settings. 


Re: Thoughts on Orbit 20

Donald L. Roberts
 

I must disagree with your contention that the lack of routing keys is a problem. If this were a 32 or 40 cell display, it would be an issue. However, since the Orbit has only 20 cells, moving the cursor to the desired location is easy although admittedly not quite as fast as it would be if one had cursor routing keys.


Don Roberts


On 8/8/2019 12:34 PM, Nimer Jaber wrote:
Hello,

I think the Orbit is solid, bluetooth works well, but the lack of routing keys is annoying to be sure. You can adjust, but I'm not sure that I really have adjusted. There's something about being able to immediately jump to a point on the line with a routing key that just can't be compared. I think it's pretty good though.

On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 12:24 PM Joe Orozco <jsoro824@...> wrote:
Hi,

I got a chance to briefly look at the Orbit 20 at the NFB convention
last month. The product looked solid enough, but not having gotten the
opportunity to really put it through its paces, I still have a few
questions, even with the potential for a slight discount off the
regular price for convention attendees. Any help would be appreciated.

1. How well does the Bluetooth connectivity work between the Orbit and
iOS? I've only had experience using my iPhone with a U2 and found the
experience pleasant enough. Can I count on the Orbit giving a similar
stability? Are the commands generally the same?

2. I'm something of an ignorant snob and have pause about there being
no cursor routing keys. How easy have you found it to navigate to
specific points in a document for editing?

3. What do you not like about the Orbit?

4. In your opinion, is the product solid enough to buy now, or should
I hold out for a second generation?

Thanks guys for helping me make an informed purchase.

Best,

Joe





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Re: Kindle Fire question

Aleeha Dudley
 

Hi, 
Yes, you can either ask Alexa to do it, or you can hold in the power button until it chimes, then press and hold two fingers on the screen.
Aleeha 

On Aug 8, 2019, at 6:19 PM, Marie <magpie.mn@...> wrote:

My sighted niece borrowed my Fire and I forgot to turn off Voice View. Is there a shortcut to accomplish this?
Thanks, Marie
 


Re: an amazon alexa question

Aleeha Dudley
 

Hi,
It could be SiFi related, but the more likely cause is that the Echo can’t communicate with the skill for whatever reason for a short amount of time. This happens with Audible books sometimes as well. It wouldn’t hurt to have your cable company run a diagnostic on your network to see if you’re having intermittent connection problems.
Aleeha Dudley

On Aug 8, 2019, at 5:57 PM, Troy Burnham <troyburnham34@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

I use the box fan virtual sleep sound on my second gen amazon dot at night, and it doesn't happen that often but once in a while the sound will stop in the middle of the night and when I ask alexa to start the sound again she'll tell me that she's having trouble and to try a little later. It's usually not that long before it starts working again but the most recent time this happened, one day last week, I couldn't make things work again for at least a half hour. Also, when this happened recently I tried the command on my echo and got the same response.

Also, if I try to listen to a baseball game using siriusXM through my echo, just about every time I've tried it this year the game never plays completely and instead ends up stopping somewhere in the middle to late innings. Incidentally I get the same response here that I do when I ask for the sleep sound to start again, Alexa tells me that she's having problems and to try again later. Does anybody know if either or both of these problems could be wifi related? I've been tempted to call my cable provider which is where I get my internet service from, and see if they can tell from their end if I'm having occasional wifi problems and if they think changing out the router would help but I haven't done that yet since I don't know if they can tell anything until it actually happens, and I never know when the problem will crop up.

Troy




Re: review of Smart Vision II phone

Amy Gordon
 

Yes the manual inline and or they can email you the manual when you purchase.

On 8/8/19, Ann Parsons <akp@sero.email> wrote:
Hi Abbie,

Sorry, the Smart Vision phones do not work on Verizon because they are
GSN phones, not CDMA. Verizon only works with CDMA. That's why I went
to Cricket. I'm saving money, though, and that's a good thing.

I downloaded the manual from the web site. I don't think it is on the
phone itself.

Yes, you can use your home network or any other if you want, but not
for phone calls. DATA includes web searches, maps and so on,
downloading files etc. It doesn't apply to phone calls or texts.

As for getting set up, I worked with the guys at Irie-AT, and they put
me on Team Viewer and were able to get me all set-up in a fraction of
the time it would have taken me.

Ann P.



Original message:
Ann, this sounds like a really neat phone. After reading your review,
I'm thinking about getting one, but I have some questions. I'm assuming
you're using Cricket as your phone carrier. I wonder if this device
would work with Verizon and how I would go about setting it up.
Does the manual come built into the phone or in hard copy print in the
box?
I'm not familiar with smart phones, so I'm wondering if it's possible
to make calls from your home wireless network so you're not using up
data. I'd appreciate any answerers.
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Does Anyone Have the Braille Dot Smart Watch?

Gary Ray
 

Gary Ray here.

 

I read something today about a smart watch called the Dot that has 4 braille cells on it.  I believe it is used with either an IOS or Droid device.  It has a pretty hefty price of around $300.

 

I am interested in hearing from someone who actually has one and can share what their experience with it is.

 

Thanx!


CF Eloquence: Unable to find LocaleCommon.dll

Rob Hudson <rob_hudson_3182@...>
 

I just installed what I think is an old version of codeFactory SAPI eloquence which I purchased back in 2015. I ran TextAloud in order to generate some audio files, and got the error discussed in this article:
https://support.freedomscientific.com/support/technicalsupport/bulletin/1658
Some computers may display a dialog message titled Themida while running the JAWS 2018, JAWS 18, Fusion 11, or ZoomText 11 setup package. The message states :
Cannot find LocaleCommon.dll. Please, re-install this application
The solution in the article is to uninstall the CF eloquence package. Has anyone found another work around? Would purchasing an upgrade to the package fix the problem?


Re: review of Smart Vision II phone

Ann Parsons
 

Hi Abbie,

Sorry, the Smart Vision phones do not work on Verizon because they are GSN phones, not CDMA. Verizon only works with CDMA. That's why I went to Cricket. I'm saving money, though, and that's a good thing.

I downloaded the manual from the web site. I don't think it is on the phone itself.

Yes, you can use your home network or any other if you want, but not for phone calls. DATA includes web searches, maps and so on, downloading files etc. It doesn't apply to phone calls or texts.

As for getting set up, I worked with the guys at Irie-AT, and they put me on Team Viewer and were able to get me all set-up in a fraction of the time it would have taken me.

Ann P.



Original message:

Ann, this sounds like a really neat phone. After reading your review, I'm thinking about getting one, but I have some questions. I'm assuming you're using Cricket as your phone carrier. I wonder if this device would work with Verizon and how I would go about setting it up.
Does the manual come built into the phone or in hard copy print in the box?
I'm not familiar with smart phones, so I'm wondering if it's possible to make calls from your home wireless network so you're not using up data. I'd appreciate any answerers.
--

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abbietaylor945@gmail.com
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Re: review of Smart Vision II phone

Victor
 

I agree. It sounds like a great phone with a lot of promise. However, I hope the company that makes it will consider marketing it to the cited world as I think many sighted people would still appreciate having a phone with a keyboard in addition to the touchscreen. It’s nice that this phone gives the user both options. Companies that make products specifically for the blind have a hard time surviving. But I think this company could market the phone to the world at large and stand a better chance of prospering. If they do that, maybe they would be able to lower the price a bit.

Just my thoughts,

Victor


On Aug 8, 2019, at 4:37 PM, Abbie Taylor <abbietaylor945@...> wrote:

Ann, this sounds like a really neat phone. After reading your review, I'm thinking about getting one, but I have some questions. I'm assuming you're using Cricket as your phone carrier. I wonder if this device would work with Verizon and how I would go about setting it up. 

Does the manual come built into the phone or in hard copy print in the box?

I'm not familiar with smart phones, so I'm wondering if it's possible to make calls from your home wireless network so you're not using up data. I'd appreciate any answerers.  
--


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http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com

abbietaylor945@...

 


Re: review of Smart Vision II phone

Abbie Taylor
 

Ann, this sounds like a really neat phone. After reading your review, I'm thinking about getting one, but I have some questions. I'm assuming you're using Cricket as your phone carrier. I wonder if this device would work with Verizon and how I would go about setting it up. 

Does the manual come built into the phone or in hard copy print in the box?

I'm not familiar with smart phones, so I'm wondering if it's possible to make calls from your home wireless network so you're not using up data. I'd appreciate any answerers.  
--


Abbie Johnson Taylor, Author https://abbiescorner.wordpress.com

http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com

abbietaylor945@...

 


Kindle Fire question

Marie <magpie.mn@...>
 

My sighted niece borrowed my Fire and I forgot to turn off Voice View. Is there a shortcut to accomplish this?
Thanks, Marie
 


an amazon alexa question

Troy Burnham
 

Hi all,

I use the box fan virtual sleep sound on my second gen amazon dot at night, and it doesn't happen that often but once in a while the sound will stop in the middle of the night and when I ask alexa to start the sound again she'll tell me that she's having trouble and to try a little later. It's usually not that long before it starts working again but the most recent time this happened, one day last week, I couldn't make things work again for at least a half hour. Also, when this happened recently I tried the command on my echo and got the same response.

Also, if I try to listen to a baseball game using siriusXM through my echo, just about every time I've tried it this year the game never plays completely and instead ends up stopping somewhere in the middle to late innings. Incidentally I get the same response here that I do when I ask for the sleep sound to start again, Alexa tells me that she's having problems and to try again later. Does anybody know if either or both of these problems could be wifi related? I've been tempted to call my cable provider which is where I get my internet service from, and see if they can tell from their end if I'm having occasional wifi problems and if they think changing out the router would help but I haven't done that yet since I don't know if they can tell anything until it actually happens, and I never know when the problem will crop up.

Troy


Re: Thoughts on Orbit 20

Joe Orozco
 

Thank you for that perspective!

If I may add another question, how great is the Orbit at productivity?
I understand it is not a full notetaker, but part of the reason I'm
interested is to do some writing while on my commute. I don't mind
that it will only produce plain text. I like the portability of it,
but I do want to make sure that it is easy enough to transfer text
files between the Orbit and a PC for more advanced word processing.

Thanks again!

Joe

On 8/8/19, Nimer Jaber <nimerjaber1@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello,

I think the Orbit is solid, bluetooth works well, but the lack of routing
keys is annoying to be sure. You can adjust, but I'm not sure that I really
have adjusted. There's something about being able to immediately jump to a
point on the line with a routing key that just can't be compared. I think
it's pretty good though.

On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 12:24 PM Joe Orozco <jsoro824@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

I got a chance to briefly look at the Orbit 20 at the NFB convention
last month. The product looked solid enough, but not having gotten the
opportunity to really put it through its paces, I still have a few
questions, even with the potential for a slight discount off the
regular price for convention attendees. Any help would be appreciated.

1. How well does the Bluetooth connectivity work between the Orbit and
iOS? I've only had experience using my iPhone with a U2 and found the
experience pleasant enough. Can I count on the Orbit giving a similar
stability? Are the commands generally the same?

2. I'm something of an ignorant snob and have pause about there being
no cursor routing keys. How easy have you found it to navigate to
specific points in a document for editing?

3. What do you not like about the Orbit?

4. In your opinion, is the product solid enough to buy now, or should
I hold out for a second generation?

Thanks guys for helping me make an informed purchase.

Best,

Joe



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Re: Thoughts on Orbit 20

Nimer Jaber
 

Hello,

I think the Orbit is solid, bluetooth works well, but the lack of routing keys is annoying to be sure. You can adjust, but I'm not sure that I really have adjusted. There's something about being able to immediately jump to a point on the line with a routing key that just can't be compared. I think it's pretty good though.

On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 12:24 PM Joe Orozco <jsoro824@...> wrote:
Hi,

I got a chance to briefly look at the Orbit 20 at the NFB convention
last month. The product looked solid enough, but not having gotten the
opportunity to really put it through its paces, I still have a few
questions, even with the potential for a slight discount off the
regular price for convention attendees. Any help would be appreciated.

1. How well does the Bluetooth connectivity work between the Orbit and
iOS? I've only had experience using my iPhone with a U2 and found the
experience pleasant enough. Can I count on the Orbit giving a similar
stability? Are the commands generally the same?

2. I'm something of an ignorant snob and have pause about there being
no cursor routing keys. How easy have you found it to navigate to
specific points in a document for editing?

3. What do you not like about the Orbit?

4. In your opinion, is the product solid enough to buy now, or should
I hold out for a second generation?

Thanks guys for helping me make an informed purchase.

Best,

Joe





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Thoughts on Orbit 20

Joe Orozco
 

Hi,

I got a chance to briefly look at the Orbit 20 at the NFB convention
last month. The product looked solid enough, but not having gotten the
opportunity to really put it through its paces, I still have a few
questions, even with the potential for a slight discount off the
regular price for convention attendees. Any help would be appreciated.

1. How well does the Bluetooth connectivity work between the Orbit and
iOS? I've only had experience using my iPhone with a U2 and found the
experience pleasant enough. Can I count on the Orbit giving a similar
stability? Are the commands generally the same?

2. I'm something of an ignorant snob and have pause about there being
no cursor routing keys. How easy have you found it to navigate to
specific points in a document for editing?

3. What do you not like about the Orbit?

4. In your opinion, is the product solid enough to buy now, or should
I hold out for a second generation?

Thanks guys for helping me make an informed purchase.

Best,

Joe


Re: can't read bard books on second gen Victor reader

Troy Burnham
 

Apparently I was trying to authorize my player with the wrong key, likely the key from my first generation Victor which I don't have anymore, because I contacted Humanwear this morning and they mailed me the correct key and I was able to authorize with that. Btw I got rid of the old key and saved the new one so I won't try to use the wrong one again should I need to authorize again in the future.

Troy

On 8/8/2019 10:04 AM, William Vandervest wrote:
To get the seriel number, press the 0 button, this will also tell you if you
have authorization keys, if you do, there should be 3 keys
Hope this helps





Re: review of Smart Vision II phone

Onwardbob
 

Thank you, and pleas keep us updated.

BOB SOUTAR.ONWARD THRU THE FOG

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Ann Parsons
Sent: Thursday, August 08, 2019 4:30 AM
To: techtalk@groups.io
Cc: acbny-l@lists.acbny.info
Subject: [TechTalk] review of Smart Vision II phone

Morning all,

Smart Vision II Phone

At the beginning of July, I purchased a Smart Vision II phone
from Irie-AT. This phone is designed for blind or visually impaired
users. It is an android phone which has a touch screen and a keypad
for operation, or you can speak to it, as one can with any android
phone. You can check it out at the link below. There, you will find
its specs and so on.

https://irie-at.com/product/smartvision2-2/

I have spent the last month learning about this phone, and I
have to say the journey's been pleasant and enlightening. I had some
help getting the phone set up, but once it was set-up, I have had fun
learning how to use it.
This phone is made in France by the Kapsys Company. It comes
in two versions, the basic and the premium. The basic model costs
$600.00 and the premium costs $900.00. These figures have been rounded
up to the nearest hundred dollars. The difference between them is that
the Premium features some extra apps like their book reader, their GPS
program or the color identifier. One can upgrade the phone at any time
by adding these programs.
The Smart Vision can work with apps downloaded from the Android
App Store. I have, in fact, downloaded and am using the BARD Mobile
app. It works well. I haven't tried many apps, but I have made and
received both phone calls and texts on my phone. I have set alarms
and I have tried the reminder feature. I am still learning this phone.
I love the keypad on the Smart Vision II because it has actual
buttons which I can push. I get feedback when I push these buttons
too. I can operate the phone exclusively with the keypad if I want, or
I can use the touch screen. There are commands which can be used from
the keypad to access various aspects of the phone. I love being able
to control my phone with buttons. Perhaps I am old fashioned, but I
have found that using the keypad assures me that what I have pressed is
actually pressed and I like being in control this way.
The keypad can be used to write text, much as one uses
a flip-phone. One can switch between caps, numbers and normal entry.
This is excellent if one needs to correct the Google Assistant's
interpretation of one's voiced dictation.
I have found the Google Assistant to be responsive and
usually it interprets my dictation correctly. It seems to work, as I
haven't received any complaints from people to whom I've sent texts.
A word here about Irie-AT's tec support. This is
excellent! The folks at the help desk are friendly and responsive and
helpful. The Smart Vision II is set up with an app called Team Viewer.
This enables the tech folks to log onto your Smart Vision II and help
you make changes to your phone's set-up. They helped me to log into
Google and to get set up with email and all. They were friendly and
what's more, they were knowledgeable! They knew exactly how to help
and what to do. I was impressed.
I will continue to learn about my new phone and have
fun doing so. The only thing I wish could be changed was to have a
braille version of the command list from the manual. The manual
doesn't have a command list as part of itself. I would really love to
have a command list, preferably in braille to which I could refer when
needed. I can search through the manual for the various locations of
lists of commands, but having a summary would make the manual perfect.
If that summary were available in braille, that would be, as the kids
say, awesome. Otherwise, I have found the Smart Vision II to be a good
choice for my needs and a fun learning experience.

Ann K. Parsons

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Re: Spanish Monolingual Talking Dictionary

Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...>
 

just put the iPad or iPod touch in airplane mode when studying. then you are offline and will have no distractions at all. 

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