Date   

Re: V7 headphones with microphone not working

Mike B
 

Hi Greg,
 
Have you tried any other USB ports?  Also, when a USB headset is plugged in it's usually seen as another soundcard.  Try looking in your list of soundcards for this device.

Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 3:48 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] V7 headphones with microphone not working

Hi listers,

 

I am using a six-month-old desktop computer running Windows 10 with JAWS 2020.  I recently purchased a pair of headphones with an attached microphone from A T Guys, but the headphones are not functioning when I plug them into a USB port.  Does anyone have experience using the V7 headphones and am I missing something in terms of system settings, please?

 

Thank you for any assistance.  The only response I’ve gotten is an error message which claimed that the USB port could not supply enough power for the device.

 

Greg

 

 


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Kerryann Ifill
 

Actually, I believe last week someone on the list said that NVDA did create a new add on for zoom. Unfortunately I’m not currently on a system with NVDA so can’t verify. Check on the add ons page on the nvaccess site.

Kerry

On 22 Sep 2020, at 10:48 AM, Ron Canazzi <aa2vm@...> wrote:

Hi Group,

NVDA does not have an add on for Zoom, but using the iPhone app, if you center the cursor via touching, you can things like 'viewing John Brown's video' which indicates that he is talking.


On 9/22/2020 6:04 AM, chris judge wrote:
Hi Gene.

This function is available running jaws if you have the pro scripts written
by Brian Hartgen. Not sure if NVDA offers similar support but I don't
believe so.

Chris Judge


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: September 22, 2020 3:10 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene










--
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: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene
 

NVDA has an add-on but it doesn't have this ability.
https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/zoomEnhancements.en.html

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Canazzi
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:48 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Hi Group,

NVDA does not have an add on for Zoom, but using the iPhone app, if you
center the cursor via touching, you can things like 'viewing John
Brown's video' which indicates that he is talking.


On 9/22/2020 6:04 AM, chris judge wrote:
Hi Gene.

This function is available running jaws if you have the pro scripts written
by Brian Hartgen. Not sure if NVDA offers similar support but I don't
believe so.

Chris Judge


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: September 22, 2020 3:10 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene











--
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: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Group,

NVDA does not have an add on for Zoom, but using the iPhone app, if you center the cursor via touching, you can things like 'viewing John Brown's video' which indicates that he is talking.

On 9/22/2020 6:04 AM, chris judge wrote:
Hi Gene.

This function is available running jaws if you have the pro scripts written
by Brian Hartgen. Not sure if NVDA offers similar support but I don't
believe so.

Chris Judge


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: September 22, 2020 3:10 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene










--
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!"


V7 headphones with microphone not working

Greg Daniel
 

Hi listers,

 

I am using a six-month-old desktop computer running Windows 10 with JAWS 2020.  I recently purchased a pair of headphones with an attached microphone from A T Guys, but the headphones are not functioning when I plug them into a USB port.  Does anyone have experience using the V7 headphones and am I missing something in terms of system settings, please?

 

Thank you for any assistance.  The only response I’ve gotten is an error message which claimed that the USB port could not supply enough power for the device.

 

Greg

 

 


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

David Goldfield
 

Chris is correct. Using the Zoom Professional scripts you can press shift-ctrl-T to determine who is speaking.


David Goldfield,
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019

WWW.DavidGoldfield.org
On 9/22/2020 6:04 AM, chris judge wrote:

Hi Gene.

This function is available running jaws if you have the pro scripts written
by Brian Hartgen. Not sure if NVDA offers similar support but I don't
believe so.

Chris Judge


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: September 22, 2020 3:10 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in  case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking?  I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking?  I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene 













Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

chris judge
 

Hi Gene.

This function is available running jaws if you have the pro scripts written
by Brian Hartgen. Not sure if NVDA offers similar support but I don't
believe so.

Chris Judge

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: September 22, 2020 3:10 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Kimsan
 

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@...
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Kimsan
 

I thought alt f 1 will say who is speaking?

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@...
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene
 

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do this.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene
 

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface, I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: narrator keystrokes

Mike B
 

Here you go:
 
 
 

Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end
 
Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end
 
 

Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:31 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

Hi,

Does anyone have a list of the latest, or all keystrokes that can be used for narrator?

Thank you,

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA

Also, you may follow me on twitter:

https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

 


narrator keystrokes

Kimsan
 

Hi,

Does anyone have a list of the latest, or all keystrokes that can be used for narrator?

Thank you,

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA

Also, you may follow me on twitter:

https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

 


Re: jaws tandem issue

Mike B
 

When you check in, msconfig / services, for the, JTVNCProxy service, it'll say it's, stopped, but also make sure it reported as,  checked.
 
Also, there will be a, JTVNCProxy service, for each version of Jaws you have installed, so make sure that they all say, stopped, and checked.

 
Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----
From: Sam Taylor
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 2:50 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] jaws tandem issue

Hi Kimsan,

Sounds like the JTVNCProxy service may not be started. Please check out https://support.freedomscientific.com/Support/TechnicalSupport/Bulletin/1453

Cheers

Sam


On 22/09/2020 7:17 am, Kimsan via groups.io wrote:


Re: jaws tandem issue

Kimsan
 

Thank you Sam.

A fellow list member, my brother from another mother, Mike B called me and we were able to resolve it.

Thanks Mike!

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA

Also, you may follow me on twitter:

https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Sam Taylor
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 2:50 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] jaws tandem issue

 

Hi Kimsan,

Sounds like the JTVNCProxy service may not be started. Please check out https://support.freedomscientific.com/Support/TechnicalSupport/Bulletin/1453

Cheers

Sam

 

On 22/09/2020 7:17 am, Kimsan via groups.io wrote:

Hi,

Both users are using same version of jaws, latest.

One is using pro, the other is using home, which I believe that doesn’t matter.

When the individual is attempting to tandem into my laptop, after pressing enter, a message pops up and says, An error was encountered

Error 2152988759 (0x80540057) was encountered by Processor

1.

OK.

Does anyone know what that means and what to do about it?

A message was fired off to a tech support, but I thought I’d ask here if someone might know.

Thank you,

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA

Also, you may follow me on twitter:

https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

 


Re: problems with gmail

Gene
 

I wonder if there is something odd about the way Google is coded in the standard view.  I can find the buttons using find, as I said, but I tried the suggestion of using move by button and the spam and delete buttons aren't seen when using that command.  When you use b, do you stop at those buttons?  I stop at many buttons, but not those.


Gene

On 9/21/2020 9:46 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Gene,

           I am using the standard view.  And you are correct that certain controls appear only when they make sense.  The Delete and Report Spam buttons only appear when one or more messages are selected, because if none are there is for those controls to take action on.

           The buttons are visible, but still not "findable" for me.

--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Re: Question regarding the VIP 3000 talking thermostat.

Robin Frost
 

Hi Mike,

Bless you for the rescue I knew I might have been wrong maybe yes and no turns off the change filter message?

Now that'll drive me crazy.  I'm glad you saved the day and Barb sorry for my inaccuracy.

Robin


On 9/21/2020 4:37 PM, Mike B wrote:
Hi Barb,

While the message is playing press the, * No *, button for, 8 to 10 seconds.
You can't permanently disable this feature, so whenever this message comes up you'll have to do this.
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
 

Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 12:19 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Question regarding the VIP 3000 talking thermostat.

Hello listers. First of all, hopefully I’ve given you the right information so you can answer my question. I think that is the correct number of the talking thermostat.

The service message has come up on my thermostat. I can’t remember how to  clear it and have no idea where my instructions are at this point. Can someone please give me a step-by-step summary of how to change this so I can clear it from the thermostat.

Thank you so much for your quick response.

Barb






Re: Accessibility Apps

wendy Sheld-Walker
 

I absolutely agree about Voice Dream Reader and Voice Dream Scanner. I
think they are two of the best apps out there. Here is my list:

eyenote (it is spelled e y e n o t e not with the letter I)
Google Maps
Laundry Lens
Nearby Explorer Online
MooveIt
NFB Newsline (for the TV Guide portion)
AirRead

I have almost 200 apps on my phone so I'm sure I missed some.

Wendy Walker

On 9/21/20, Dan Rathburn <rathburndanny@...> wrote:

Here's list.

Voice Dream Scanner
Voice Dream Reader
BARD Mobile
Inote
Soundscape
Tap-Tap See
Visor
FNcalculators
Acrobat

Dan



The nice thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or
not.


From: Carrie Morales
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 5:29 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Accessibility Apps


Hey All,

Wondering what apps you all use that help for accessibility aside from
Seeing AI, Cash Reader, Be My Eyes, and Aira.

Thanks!






Carrie Morales

Live Accessible

Website | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter




AT-TOC | Assistive Technology & Trends Online Conference
October 1st and 2nd

YouTube | Free Webinar | Early Bird Registration












Re: Mobile phones and pacemakers

 

On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 04:33 PM, Walter Ramage wrote:
If you have experience of this I would be interested in your comments.
-
You need to talk to your doctor about the specifics of the pacemaker that he or she intends to implant.  Even though I doubt there is any reason for concern whatsoever, this is something that should be specifically confirmed for a specific device.  Generalities will not be enough.
 
--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Re: Accessibility Apps

Dan Rathburn
 

 
Here's list.
 
Voice Dream Scanner
Voice Dream Reader
BARD Mobile
Inote
Soundscape
Tap-Tap See
Visor
FNcalculators
Acrobat
 
Dan
 
 
 
The nice thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or not.

Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 5:29 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Accessibility Apps

Hey All,

Wondering what apps you all use that help for accessibility aside from Seeing AI, Cash Reader, Be My Eyes, and Aira.

Thanks!

 

 

Carrie Morales

Live Accessible

Website | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

 

AT-TOC | Assistive Technology & Trends Online Conference
October 1st and 2nd

YouTube | Free Webinar | Early Bird Registration