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Re: Jarte

Troy Burnham
 

I did what was suggested but the same thing I described before is still happening.


Troy

On 3/2/2021 4:06 PM, Geoff Eden wrote:
Troy, cut exactly what appears below to your clipboard before running jarte. if you do, it will open in screen reader mode. Crazy but true.


enable screen reader mode


Geoff



On 3/2/2021 4:54 PM, Troy Burnham wrote:
Hi all,


If any of you use Jarte, a free Microsoft word replacement, and use jaws with it I can get it to open files but jaws isn't reading anything automatically. I have to arrow to a line and then do the say line command.


It was working before I had to have windows 10 reinstalled a couple of weeks ago and when I reinstalled it I upgraded from Jarte 5.4 to Jarte 6.2, does anybody know what I can do to make it read automatically? I've even cycled through the jaws options with insert-s and that hasn't helped.


One of the files I'm trying to read was apparently originally created with Word-97 and I had to install something to even make the file open, so if anybody does use this program and can tell me how to save it so that it might read easier that's okay too. I'm actually having trouble with 2 files, both are dot doc files.


Thanks in advance.


Troy









Re: Jarte

Troy Burnham
 

Thanks all, I'm glad there's an easy fix.


Troy

On 3/2/2021 4:06 PM, Geoff Eden wrote:
Troy, cut exactly what appears below to your clipboard before running jarte. if you do, it will open in screen reader mode. Crazy but true.


enable screen reader mode


Geoff



On 3/2/2021 4:54 PM, Troy Burnham wrote:
Hi all,


If any of you use Jarte, a free Microsoft word replacement, and use jaws with it I can get it to open files but jaws isn't reading anything automatically. I have to arrow to a line and then do the say line command.


It was working before I had to have windows 10 reinstalled a couple of weeks ago and when I reinstalled it I upgraded from Jarte 5.4 to Jarte 6.2, does anybody know what I can do to make it read automatically? I've even cycled through the jaws options with insert-s and that hasn't helped.


One of the files I'm trying to read was apparently originally created with Word-97 and I had to install something to even make the file open, so if anybody does use this program and can tell me how to save it so that it might read easier that's okay too. I'm actually having trouble with 2 files, both are dot doc files.


Thanks in advance.


Troy









Re: Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Group,

The plot thickens.  I notice that on the older system, I have the latest version, but it is a 32 bit installation. On the newer system, I chose the 64 bit version. Both systems are Windows ten latest updates and 64 bit systems.  In the 32 bit version, I see the box referenced on this or another list concerning a check box that has a reference to use new style file formats without extensions and that box on the 32 bit format is unchecked. There is no such checkbox on the 64 bit version: go figure, must research more.

On 3/2/2021 4:32 PM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Gene,

Of course I have done this, but it is an extra step that I did not have to use on my older system.  What is odd about this whole thing is that whem I look at the save as and file extension dialogue, the only option is all files *.*.  I have in fact chosen the notepad associated file under the file associations tab of the preferences dialogue in Notepad Plus Plus and in fact if the extension already exists on a file, Notepad Plus Plus will open it.  But for some reason, the Windows registry is somehow not allowing Notepad Plus Plus to save the text file as a .txt file. I may write to the developer and ask about this since the google results I have seen don't seem to work.


On 3/2/2021 10:35 AM, Gene wrote:
I don't know what the reason for the behavior is, but when you save a file, type .txt at the end of the filename.  In case people have their punctuation set to none, that's dot txt.

When I export bookmarks from Firefox, I have to type the extension at the end as well.  If the file is in the txt format, that will work properly.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Ron Canazzi
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2021 9:13 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

This did not work.


On 3/2/2021 1:50 AM, Jaffar Sidek wrote:
Hi.  I hope I am right, but if you press alt+l for languages, press t which will appear as a subMenu, then choose text, i think then that the txt extension will show up.  Did this a long time ago, so i hope I am pointing you to the right direction.  Cheers!

On 2/3/2021 2:12 pm, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Group,

I know some of you on some of my technical lists use Notepad Plus Plus with Windows Ten. I recently installed it on a newer Windows Ten system and for some reason, when I write and save a simple text file, the extension TXT does not appear as the extension in Windows Explorer. I do have file extension for known file types turned on, so it's not a Windows issue. There must be a setting I am missing that I must enable within Notepad Plus Plus to get the TXT file extension to appear in Windows Explorer file listings.  I can  in fact, open TXT files with Notepad Plus Plus by double clicking/pressing enter on the file that already exists with a TXT extension.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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Re: Jarte

Dave
 

Hello Troy,


I use Jarte all the time.  I do own MS Word 2019 but I hate it, and use
Jarte instead.



I am not going to be much in the way of Help for you though.  I still
have some of the same issues with Jaws as you do.

I have Jarte and Jaws installed on two machines and Jaws and Jarte work
fine on one, but not on the other.

I did call JAWS for Tech Help but they told me they couldn't help me as
Jarte is not a program they recognize as working with JAWS.

Thought this was a bit lame, but what could I say?

So, I started using NVDA with Jarte and it works very well together.

I started having problems with JAWS reading EXCEL Work Sheets correctly,
and I switched over to using NVDA, which works fine.

I now use JAWS once in a while, but mostly use NVDA for almost
everything including the Internet.

Jarte does have a Screen Reader mode, and at the start of Jarte, mine
will say, Screen Reader Mode.

Does yours say this?  And if so, Jaws still will not read anything?

Try NVDA with Jarte, and if NVDA reads well, then at least you know the
problem is in JAWS and not Jarte.

I've attempted to do just about everything to get Jaws to read Jarte
screens, so far no success.

Other than erasing Jaws and reinstalling, am not sure what to do at this
point.  So I use NVDA till I find a solution.

Grumpy Dave

On 3/2/2021 1:54 PM, Troy Burnham wrote:
Hi all,


If any of you use Jarte, a free Microsoft word replacement, and use
jaws with it I can get it to open files but jaws isn't reading
anything automatically. I have to arrow to a line and then do the say
line command.


It was working before I had to have windows 10 reinstalled a couple of
weeks ago and when I reinstalled it I upgraded from Jarte 5.4 to Jarte
6.2, does anybody know what I can do to make it read automatically?
I've even cycled through the jaws options with insert-s and that
hasn't helped.


One of the files I'm trying to read was apparently originally created
with Word-97 and I had to install something to even make the file
open, so if anybody does use this program and can tell me how to save
it so that it might read easier that's okay too. I'm actually having
trouble with 2 files, both are dot doc files.


Thanks in advance.


Troy






Re: Jarte

Geoff Eden <geden1@...>
 

Troy, cut exactly what appears below to your clipboard before running jarte. if you do, it will open in screen reader mode. Crazy but true.


enable screen reader mode


Geoff

On 3/2/2021 4:54 PM, Troy Burnham wrote:
Hi all,


If any of you use Jarte, a free Microsoft word replacement, and use jaws with it I can get it to open files but jaws isn't reading anything automatically. I have to arrow to a line and then do the say line command.


It was working before I had to have windows 10 reinstalled a couple of weeks ago and when I reinstalled it I upgraded from Jarte 5.4 to Jarte 6.2, does anybody know what I can do to make it read automatically? I've even cycled through the jaws options with insert-s and that hasn't helped.


One of the files I'm trying to read was apparently originally created with Word-97 and I had to install something to even make the file open, so if anybody does use this program and can tell me how to save it so that it might read easier that's okay too. I'm actually having trouble with 2 files, both are dot doc files.


Thanks in advance.


Troy






Re: Jarte

Andy
 

Here's how to enable and disable screen reader mode with Jart. URL is first then the steps.:

https://www.jarte.com/help_new/screen_reader_mode.html


Jarte will only enter screen reader mode if a recognized screen reader is running. Jarte's title bar will display the phrase "screen reader mode" when
Jarte is running in screen reader mode.

If Jarte does not recognize your screen reader program then you can force Jarte to switch to screen reader mode by copying the phrase "enable screen reader
mode" to the Windows clipboard before starting Jarte. This only needs to be done one time.

Note to JAWS users: Jarte is currently unable to recognize the presence of the JAWS screen reader. If you are using JAWS then you will need to use the
method described in the preceeding paragraph to force Jarte into screen reader mode.

If Jarte is running in screen reader mode, but it should not be, then you can turn off screen reader mode by copying the phrase "disable screen reader
mode" to the Windows clipboard and then restarting Jarte. This only needs to be done one time.


Jarte

Troy Burnham
 

Hi all,


If any of you use Jarte, a free Microsoft word replacement, and use jaws with it I can get it to open files but jaws isn't reading anything automatically. I have to arrow to a line and then do the say line command.


It was working before I had to have windows 10 reinstalled a couple of weeks ago and when I reinstalled it I upgraded from Jarte 5.4 to Jarte 6.2, does anybody know what I can do to make it read automatically? I've even cycled through the jaws options with insert-s and that hasn't helped.


One of the files I'm trying to read was apparently originally created with Word-97 and I had to install something to even make the file open, so if anybody does use this program and can tell me how to save it so that it might read easier that's okay too. I'm actually having trouble with 2 files, both are dot doc files.


Thanks in advance.


Troy


Re: Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Gene,

Of course I have done this, but it is an extra step that I did not have to use on my older system.  What is odd about this whole thing is that whem I look at the save as and file extension dialogue, the only option is all files *.*.  I have in fact chosen the notepad associated file under the file associations tab of the preferences dialogue in Notepad Plus Plus and in fact if the extension already exists on a file, Notepad Plus Plus will open it.  But for some reason, the Windows registry is somehow not allowing Notepad Plus Plus to save the text file as a .txt file.  I may write to the developer and ask about this since the google results I have seen don't seem to work.

On 3/2/2021 10:35 AM, Gene wrote:
I don't know what the reason for the behavior is, but when you save a file, type .txt at the end of the filename.  In case people have their punctuation set to none, that's dot txt.

When I export bookmarks from Firefox, I have to type the extension at the end as well.  If the file is in the txt format, that will work properly.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Ron Canazzi
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2021 9:13 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

This did not work.


On 3/2/2021 1:50 AM, Jaffar Sidek wrote:
Hi.  I hope I am right, but if you press alt+l for languages, press t which will appear as a subMenu, then choose text, i think then that the txt extension will show up.  Did this a long time ago, so i hope I am pointing you to the right direction.  Cheers!

On 2/3/2021 2:12 pm, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Group,

I know some of you on some of my technical lists use Notepad Plus Plus with Windows Ten. I recently installed it on a newer Windows Ten system and for some reason, when I write and save a simple text file, the extension TXT does not appear as the extension in Windows Explorer. I do have file extension for known file types turned on, so it's not a Windows issue. There must be a setting I am missing that I must enable within Notepad Plus Plus to get the TXT file extension to appear in Windows Explorer file listings.  I can  in fact, open TXT files with Notepad Plus Plus by double clicking/pressing enter on the file that already exists with a TXT extension.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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They ask: "How Happy are You?"
I Say: "I'm as happy as a stow away chimpanzee on a banana boat!"


Re: Outlook 2010 sorted

Carolyn Arnold
 

Great, Walter!

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Walter Ramage
via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 12:43 PM
To: techtalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Outlook 2010 sorted

Hi folks. Good news. I got my sort view fixed. I decided
to compare the view on this computer with the view on one of
my other computers and found the problem. Walter.


Re: Outlook 2010 help needed please

Carolyn Arnold
 

View settings will begin with Alt+V. Now, exactly what you
do to get back your exact settings, I could not tell you. It
could be Alt+V+P+N or for sortint Alt+V+V+S. I just don't
know, but have given you a few ideas you can play around
with and maybe make discoveries.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Walter Ramage
via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 12:08 PM
To: techtalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Outlook 2010 help needed please

Hi to all. A week or so back I posted explaining the need
to move away from Office 2007 and the email client Outlook
2007. I eventually opted to go with Office 2019 but
unfortunately my computer guy forgot that office 2019 will
only function on Win10 of which two of my computers are
Win10 but the other 2 are Win7. Therefore he installed
Office 2010 on those two Win7 machines.



My problem now is for some reason the view has changed.
This morning the view showed the sender, then the subject
line and then the time of arrival then the size. However
when I returned to my emails this afternoon it only shows
the sender's name i.e. from Anne, from Bill, from susan etc.
As outlook 2010 and 2019 are complete ribbon driven I have
experimented but no matter what I try I can't return the
view to what I am used to. The terminology appears to
differ from Office 2007 so I'm not really sure which
settings I should choose If somebody can inform me of what
options I should use to return the view back to what I'm
used to I will be appreciative. With thanks. Walter.


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Outlook 2010 sorted

Walter Ramage
 

Hi folks.  Good news.  I got my sort view fixed.  I decided to compare the view on this computer with the view on one of my other computers and found the problem.  Walter.


Outlook 2010 help needed please

Walter Ramage
 

Hi to all.  A week or so back I posted explaining the need to move away from Office 2007 and the email client Outlook 2007.  I eventually opted to go with Office 2019 but unfortunately my computer guy forgot that office 2019 will only function on Win10 of which two of my computers are Win10 but the other 2 are Win7.  Therefore he installed Office 2010 on those two Win7 machines.

 

My problem now is for some reason the view has changed.  This morning the view showed the sender, then the subject line and then the time of arrival then the size.  However when I returned to my emails this afternoon it only shows the sender’s name i.e. from Anne, from Bill, from susan etc.  As outlook 2010 and 2019 are complete ribbon driven I have experimented but no matter what I try I can’t return the view to what I am used to.  The terminology appears to differ from Office 2007 so I’m not really sure which settings I should choose  If somebody can inform me of what options I should use to return the view back to what I’m used to I will be appreciative.  With thanks.  Walter.


Re: Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

Gene
 

I don't know what the reason for the behavior is, but when you save a file, type .txt at the end of the filename. In case people have their punctuation set to none, that's dot txt.

When I export bookmarks from Firefox, I have to type the extension at the end as well. If the file is in the txt format, that will work properly.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Canazzi
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2021 9:13 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

This did not work.


On 3/2/2021 1:50 AM, Jaffar Sidek wrote:
Hi. I hope I am right, but if you press alt+l for languages, press t which will appear as a subMenu, then choose text, i think then that the txt extension will show up. Did this a long time ago, so i hope I am pointing you to the right direction. Cheers!

On 2/3/2021 2:12 pm, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Group,

I know some of you on some of my technical lists use Notepad Plus Plus with Windows Ten. I recently installed it on a newer Windows Ten system and for some reason, when I write and save a simple text file, the extension TXT does not appear as the extension in Windows Explorer. I do have file extension for known file types turned on, so it's not a Windows issue. There must be a setting I am missing that I must enable within Notepad Plus Plus to get the TXT file extension to appear in Windows Explorer file listings. I can in fact, open TXT files with Notepad Plus Plus by double clicking/pressing enter on the file that already exists with a TXT extension.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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They ask: "How Happy are You?"
I Say: "I'm as happy as a stow away chimpanzee on a banana boat!"


Re: Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

Ron Canazzi
 

This did not work.

On 3/2/2021 1:50 AM, Jaffar Sidek wrote:
Hi.  I hope I am right, but if you press alt+l for languages, press t which will appear as a subMenu, then choose text, i think then that the txt extension will show up.  Did this a long time ago, so i hope I am pointing you to the right direction.  Cheers!

On 2/3/2021 2:12 pm, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Group,

I know some of you on some of my technical lists use Notepad Plus Plus with Windows Ten. I recently installed it on a newer Windows Ten system and for some reason, when I write and save a simple text file, the extension TXT does not appear as the extension in Windows Explorer. I do have file extension for known file types turned on, so it's not a Windows issue. There must be a setting I am missing that I must enable within Notepad Plus Plus to get the TXT file extension to appear in Windows Explorer file listings.  I can  in fact, open TXT files with Notepad Plus Plus by double clicking/pressing enter on the file that already exists with a TXT extension.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


--
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: Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

Jaffar Sidek
 

Hi.  I hope I am right, but if you press alt+l for languages, press t which will appear as a subMenu, then choose text, i think then that the txt extension will show up.  Did this a long time ago, so i hope I am pointing you to the right direction.  Cheers!

On 2/3/2021 2:12 pm, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Group,

I know some of you on some of my technical lists use Notepad Plus Plus with Windows Ten. I recently installed it on a newer Windows Ten system and for some reason, when I write and save a simple text file, the extension TXT does not appear as the extension in Windows Explorer. I do have file extension for known file types turned on, so it's not a Windows issue. There must be a setting I am missing that I must enable within Notepad Plus Plus to get the TXT file extension to appear in Windows Explorer file listings.  I can  in fact, open TXT files with Notepad Plus Plus by double clicking/pressing enter on the file that already exists with a TXT extension.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Issue With Notepad Plus Plus and file Extensions

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Group,

I know some of you on some of my technical lists use Notepad Plus Plus with Windows Ten. I recently installed it on a newer Windows Ten system and for some reason, when I write and save a simple text file, the extension TXT does not appear as the extension in Windows Explorer. I do have file extension for known file types turned on, so it's not a Windows issue. There must be a setting I am missing that I must enable within Notepad Plus Plus to get the TXT file extension to appear in Windows Explorer file listings.  I can  in fact, open TXT files with Notepad Plus Plus by double clicking/pressing enter on the file that already exists with a TXT extension.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: A Deep Dive Into Dolphin ScreenReader

Marco Curralejo
 

Hello everyone,



Welcome to episode 75 of the Blind Tech Guys. We trust you will enjoy this
episode and we appreciate you taking the time out to listen to the show each
and every week.



On this episode of the pod, Nimer demonstrated Dolphin ScreenReader, Marco
ran through how to use Samsung Health and Kirt showed off hotspot, plus we
welcome a special guest to the show.



To listen to this and all of our other episodes, we invite you to head on
over to the Blind Tech Guys Website, <https://www.blindtechguys.com/> or
you can simply play this episode by asking your smart speaker to "play the
latest episode of the Blind Tech Guys podcast".



Warm regards,



Marco Curralejo


FCC approves $3.2 billion internet discount.

Janet
 

Hello Everyone,

I just came across this article as I was reading, and I thought some might be interested in reading what I copied and pasted below.

FCC approves $3.2 billion internet discount program

called the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program to help offset the price of staying connected.

Margaret Harding McGill
Illustration of a computer mouse with a knotted cord shaped like a dollar sign

Low-income Americans will soon be able to receive a $50 discount on their monthly internet service bills after the Federal Communications Commission on
Thursday unanimously approved plans to establish a $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit Program during the pandemic.
Why it matters: Internet service is more critical than ever during the coronavirus pandemic, but it still remains out of reach for millions of Americans.
What's next: The FCC said it intends to open the program to eligible households within 60 days as broadband providers sign up. Individuals will receive
the funds as a discount on their monthly bill.

https://www.axios.com/fcc-approves-32-billion-internet-discount-program-b3fb8b4e-3e9d-4805-89c6-da91867ecef0.html?tm_term=

Go deeper:
Pandemic puts money, political muscle behind broadband
article
Feb 22, 2021 -
Technology
Pandemic puts money, political muscle behind broadband
Axios
Kim Hart, 
Margaret Harding McGill
Illustration of a suited hand holding out a lot of ethernet cables. 
Now that the pandemic has made it clear just how essential it is to be connected to high-speed internet, lawmakers are finally putting billions of dollars
into funding government programs to expand access to it.
Why it matters: The big lesson from the pandemic is that broadband service is no longer a nice-to-have amenity - it's critical for virtual school, remote
work and telemedicine. Yet around 14.5 million Americans still lack access to it, according to the FCC. (Many advocates believe that figure undercounts
the number of people still not connected.)
Driving the news: Federal and local officials in both parties are taking ambitious steps.
list of 3 items
Congress set aside
$7 billion in fundin
g for broadband in the December COVID-19 relief package, including a $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit program that will provide up to $50 a month
off internet bills and a one-time $100 discount for a laptop or other device for low-income families.
The House Energy & Commerce Committee earlier this month advanced $7.6 billion in funding to
expand internet connectivity
for students and teachers without access as part of its COVID-19 relief budget reconciliation legislation.
Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel this week launched a broadband task force to improve the agency's data collection and mapping tools, which have
long been criticized for under-reporting the access gaps.
list end
What's happening: Urgency has also increased at the state level: 34 states enacted legislation or resolutions related to broadband development in 2020,
per the
National Conference of State Legislatures.
Action is already underway this year; for example:
list of 3 items
In Nebraska, 11 bills have been introduced so far to expand broadband access and Gov. Pete Rickets has for the first time earmarked state general funds
to address it, per the
Omaha World-Herald.
In Texas, Republican state senators have proposed a creating a Broadband Development Program, establishing a map of where improvements are needed and creating
a statewide broadband plan within a year, per the
Houston Chronicle.
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine's budget proposal for $210 million toward increasing broadband access has bipartisan support and was fast-tracked by the
legislature last week, the
AP reports.
list end
The big picture: Such steps to close the digital divide are long overdue, but previous proposals were typically hobbled by partisan bickering or overshadowed
by sexier tech-related issues.
Now, though, the stark need for better and more affordable access has finally summoned political will from both parties.
"People are finally serious not just about talking, but spending," said Matt Wood, vice president of policy and general counsel at Free Press. "This is
something that's essential and everybody needs it and not everybody can afford it right now."
Another factor is pushing high-speed internet access to the top of the priority list: The sudden potential for smaller towns to attract new residents who
are fleeing big, expensive cities.
People can't work remotely with slow and spotty internet service.
The increased reliance on smart phones, wireless devices and - eventually - 5G services is only possible if fiber networks in the ground keep expanding
to handle the extra traffic.
Yes, but: Plenty of hurdles remain. For example, the FCC is tasked with getting the federal $50 broadband benefit program up and running, but it hasn't
yet figured out what to do if the money runs out and customers suddenly face "bill shock."
"I also want to think about if there are opportunities for helping those people to stay in that service even after the program might end," said Rosenworcel.

Partisan differences are also emerging. Michigan Republican Tim Walberg
offered an amendment
to the proposed $7.6 billion fund for expanding student and teacher broadband access that would condition the funding on schools providing in-person instruction
(the amendment was rejected).
More broadly, House Republicans have focused on broadband deployment proposals
in 28 bills,
including deregulatory measures such as imposing deadlines on cities to act on permitting requests or limiting environmental reviews.
A
bill
from Rep. Billy Long (R-Missouri) would curb cities from building their own broadband networks.
Our thought bubble: Urgent proposals today don't necessarily translate to tangible results in five years.
This may be low-hanging fruit for lawmakers who are hearing from people in their districts about the need for better, affordable internet service.
But the key to sustainable broadband expansion projects is long-term planning and a strategic bipartisan commitment that outlasts political term cycles
something Congress and state legislatures don't have a strong record of doing.

https://www.axios.com/pandemic-internet-access-49e88227-de21-411e-b5cc-d7be631d7d7c.html

article end

Peace Be With You.


the yahoo fantasy sports iPhone app

Troy Burnham
 

Hi all,


If anybody here plays fantasy sports using the yahoo iPhone app, I'm trying to change the e-mail address in the app and I can't figure out how to do it.


I have 2 addresses associated with my yahoo account and I successfully changed to the one I want on my computer, and in fact I joined a fantasy baseball league using that address on my computer but the app still shows the old address. If anybody can help I'd appreciate it, as it stands right now I can't get to the league I joined with the app, and since I joined that league I had to have windows reinstalled on the computer and I lost the link I had there too.


Thanks in advance.


Troy

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