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Re: Facebook leave a group?

Shelly Kane
 

Ann:


When you go to the group that you want to leave, click on it and then go to where it says menu.  When you get there, you should be able to find a leave button.  You just click on that and it may want you to confirm it but not sure.  It may just come off your list of groups.  Hope this helps.  Let me know if this works for you.

Shelly

On 9/21/2018 3:17 PM, Ann Marie Medlar wrote:
Hi all,
I am on a desktop, Windows10, Jaws2018 latest version, using IE to open
https://m.facebook.com/
I google
leave a group on Facebook
To leave a group, go to the group, click Joined at the top and then select Leave Group. When you leave a group: Members won't be notified. You're removed from the member list and the group will be removed from your list of groups
I cannot find leave button.
Thanks,
Ann





Re: getting the mail ap to work with jaws in windows 10?

Steve Matzura
 

I found and find Windows 10 Mail a steaming pile of inaccessibility. Sometimes accessibility is more than just what controls we can find and manipulate with our bolted-on technologies; sometimes it's about how things are arranged, how many times we have to press a key to get to controls which logically should be adjacent, not at opposite ends of a TAB order. This is Windows 10 Mail's main problem. Everything's there, but not in any seemingly logical order. Apparently it looks all very nice visually, but it acts like somebody took the list of controls and scrambled them slightly. In my unhumble opinion, I'd use another client were I in your situation. In fact, wait a minute, I *was* in your situation. I tried Windows 10 Mail and got so frustrated, I immediately downloaded, installed, and learned Thunderbird and never looked back. I used to use the email portion of a program called Forte Agent News Reader, but I had to leave it behind because it does not support iMap, which I need because I use email across a few devices now, which I didn't in the past.


On 9/22/2018 3:33 PM, Michael Amaro wrote:
Hello Listers,
 
How easy is it to use the mail ap in windows 10 with jaws?  I am having no luck in setting up my friend's @msn email address in windows live mail.  There for I want to go the mail ap route.  I my self have never used  the mail ap.  How easy is it to teach some one that doesn't know much about technology?  Is it easy to set up an acount?
 
Thanks
 
Michael



talking desk top clock

Karim Lakhani
 

Hi,
I installed this cool clock, and I had a lady voice announcing the time, but I went into speech and changed to another voice and now, Can't figure out how to get her back.
I've gone to options and checked every where with no luck.
sometimes when things are going good, one should not experiment, unless you love that kind of thing.
>grin>
 
 
 
 


Re: Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone 6S

Kwork
 

Ann Marie, That is probably because a lot of older apps are not supported on later iOS versions, especially if they are 32 bit. If still supported, you should be able to grab them again from the app store. You can go into your account and look at purchases, and re-download what you are able to.

For me, iOS 12 is quite snappy, and makes iOS 11 look like the sluggish wretched bug-filled bastard it was for many people. Apple, for the most part, finally paid attention to user feedback and fixed a lot of things, especially for users of older iPhones.

On 9/22/2018 1:28 PM, Ann Marie Medlar wrote:
Good for you. I replaced my IPhone6 battery for $30 with Apple about 3 or 4
months ago.
Battery seems okay but I think new battery drains faster than old battery.
I upgraded to IOS 12 and so far all good.
I did not upgrade Ipad 4+ to IOS 12 because on Facebook in group for IPhone
apps for blind that someone lost all purchased apps.




-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
janet gross
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 4:16 PM
To: 'main@TechTalk.groups.io' <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone
6S

Hi Everyone,
I came across this report, and I just wanted to share it with you all, so I
copied and pasted it below.
I am happy to know this!

Janet

Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone 6S, nothing rong
after 3 years -- thanks to iOS 12 and a free battery upgrade.
Still going strong after 3 years -- thanks to iOS 12 and a free battery
upgrade.

By
Chris Taylor
It's launch day for the iPhone XS and XS Max. And if it seems a little muted
compared to iPhone launch days past, that may be because Apple is making it
increasingly easy to hang on to your three-year-old phone instead - even if
they no longer sell that phone.
As I
wrote last week,
I was in the market for an XS. But I was torn: I'm one of those people who
believes the iPhone 6S is the last truly great iPhone Apple made.
I'm loath to swap my built-in headphone jack for a life in which I have to
carry around a Lightning-to- aux dongle just in case.

And yes, fanboys, before you jump in: I already use Bluetooth headphones! I
just like the option to plug in a wired set of cans - the same option I am
afforded on my latest-model iPad Pro and bang-up-to-date MacBook. Answer me
this, jackless iPhone owners: When you jump into a friend's car for a long
ride, want to play some tunes, and all they have is an aux cord, what do you
do? Hope you remembered your dongle and don't need to charge your phone at
the same time!
Still, for a hot moment, I felt compelled to give in to my inner early
adopter and get the latest thing. My 6S often drained fast, requiring me to
carry an external battery at all times or to live in Low Power Mode. Perhaps
I was being unreasonable.
Perhaps I could learn to live with dongles.
Perhaps I could even learn to live with FaceID, though it still seems an
unnecessary and insecure feature. I messaged an old friend who loves his
iPhone
X: What percentage of the time does FaceID fail to open the phone, due to
you wearing sunglasses or a hat or the room being too dark? Oh, just 35
percent of the time, he estimated. My TouchID still works 100 percent of the
time. Hmmm.
Perhaps I could upgrade to last year's iPhone 8, the last Apple model to use
TouchID. But what an uninspiring option that seemed. Spend $549, get a phone
with half the capacity of my 128GB 6S (Apple doesn't offer a 128GB version
of the 8), and of course, enter Dongle-land.

Well, I figured, at least I could get my 6S ready for trade-in or
hand-me-down by taking advantage of Apple's $29 battery replacement program
(which the company is offering until the end of the year). For some reason,
I discovered at the Apple store, my out-of-warranty phone qualified for a
free battery upgrade; I didn't even need to drop $29.
The only caveat: It had a minor crack in the corner of the screen. Apple
won't perform battery upgrades unless you have a pristine screen, for fear
that it may shatter when they remove the back. The Apple store offered a
screen replacement for $149.
Other stores charged $109. The trade-in value of an iPhone 6S is around
$100. Again I faltered, feeling nudged towards the latest thing.
But then I found a store that did a third-party screen replacement for $65.
It looked indistinguishable from the original. Apple generally won't repair
your phone if it has third-party components, but it makes an exception for
screens. The Apple store did the battery replacement in minutes. All of a
sudden, the phone that had been limping along, rapidly draining, felt like
new.
My 6S feels like it has a new lease on life.

This was helped in large part by the upgrade to iOS 12. Apple has been
touting the fact that the latest iOS will make an old phone run faster, and
I'm here to tell you they're absolutely right. My 6S feels like it has a new
lease on life. If not brand new, it certainly feels like less than a year
old.
Good enough for me.
It seems odd that a trillion-dollar company well known for making you want
the latest thing should make it so easy to get away with not upgrading your
phone for three years. But Apple does seem to be making a new commitment to
sustainability.

Lisa Jackson, former EPA chief and now Apple's vice president of
environment, policy and social initiatives, took a good chunk of the iPhone
XS launch event last week to talk about this. All Apple offices and data
centers are now powered by 100 percent renewable energy. The phones are made
with more recyclable components than ever before.
Jackson didn't talk about this, but the biggest thing you can do for the
environment as an iPhone customer is to not buy a new iPhone every year.
Very quietly, Apple has made this possible, even for eager early-adopter
types like me.
I don't know how this works, financially, in the long-term. Perhaps my
continued use of the 6S is effectively subsidized by people who don't mind
the efficiency downgrade of FaceID, people who must have the latest,
brightest, gold-plated thing, people who don't mind dongles.
All I can say for now is something I've never said before: Thank you Apple,
for not making me upgrade.

https://mashable.com/article/iphone-6s-ios-12-upgrade/

Janet












Re: chrome brower

Kwork
 

And it will work on less as time goes.

While YouTube still works with IE, it's slow as heck, and focus doesn't always stay on the control you want. Firefox and Chrome are much better now. I don't know if Google still uses Flash with IE, as I don't know how well IE works, if at all, with HTML 5. I don't imagine we're too far away from the time when Google will block IE users from YouTube for security reasons. My guess is whenever longterm support ends for Windows 8, at the very very latest, possibly sooner when support ends for Windows 7 next year.

Travis

On 9/22/2018 11:18 AM, Gene wrote:
Not true for what?  It is a fact that it works for fewer sites over time.  It may still work for the sites you use and for the sites many blind people use but it is becoming increasingly limited over time. 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: brian
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:47 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

    Yes it does and my friend does use it as well.   I do use fire fox but Ido go in to ie from time to time to find out if it still works.  We keep hearing about  ie not working but thats jst not true.

Brian Sackrider

On 9/22/2018 12:37 PM, Gene wrote:
But, as I asked in a previous message, have you tried Youtube in the last day?  I was able to use older browsers up until about a day ago.  No longer.  I don't have IE11 on any of my machines but it needs to be tested to see if it still works with Youtube unless those saying it works have used it within about the last day or day and a half.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 10:01 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

I have no problem with IE with YouTube or with stocks, the
main two Internet types I use.

Best regards,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gerald Levy
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 6:29 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 
Not true at all.  IE 11 still works perfectly well with
Youtube. And if any browser is incapable of doing things
that most blind computer users needa browser to do, it is
Firefox, not IE.  Firefox Quantum no longer works with
popular blind-friendly add-ons like Webvisum, Navigational
Sounds and Plain Old Favorites.  And some JAWS users have
reported sluggish performance with Firefox Quantum.  And its
built-in RSS feed reader has never been accessible, unlike
the RSS feed reader built into IE, which is by far, the most
accessible feed reader I have encountered.  I have not used
Chrome, so I can't comment on it, and don't know whether it
has a built-in RSS feed reader. The fact that Firefox has
been steadily losing market share among browsers attests to
its growing unpopulairty with users who are sick and tired
of its frequent and forced updates.
 
Gerald
 
 
From: Gene <mailto:gsasner@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 2:21 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
I suspect that you can no longer use Youtube with Internet
Explorer.  I may be wrong but I am skeptical that Internet
Explorer supports HTML5, whyich is increasingly being used
for audio as it replaces Flash.  Internet Explorer is
archaic.  It is useful at times and important to have
available but as a main browser, it is increasingly
incapable of doing many things people want a browser to do.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: David Goldfield <mailto:david.goldfield@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 1:13 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 

Additionally, I think that you will find Chrome to be a
faster and more responsive browser compared to Internet
Explorer. It will also take advantage of newer technologies,
which will mean better accessibility with some sites.
Internet Explorer 11 will still receive security updates for
some time but it will not receive any new enhancements,
leaving it somewhat behind compared to Firefox and Chrome.


David Goldfield, Assistive Technology Specialist
WWW.David-Goldfield.Com <http://WWW.David-Goldfield.Com> On
9/22/2018 2:05 AM, Gene wrote:


You don't need an account to juse use Chrome as a
browser.  I've never looked into why people might want
accounts. 

I don't know what kinds of problems you are having
but the following may help.  For now, if you use control l
to move to the address bar to type an address, you will be
able to go to a web page in that way.

Book marks can be created with control d, just as in
Internet Explorer.

To move around in bookmarks, open the menu with alt
f, hold alt and type f.  Then type b to move to bookmarks in
the menu and press enter.  You are now in a bookmarks menu
similar to Internet Explorer.

There is a tutorial a list member wrote for Chrome
and it will probably be sent to you by someone.  Until then,
what I've written will allow you to begin to use it.
Browsing itself is just about identical since both programs
use browse mode or the Virtual PC Cursor, both names for the
same thing.

Commands like h for heading, b for button, etc. will
all work because they are browse mode commands, and thus
screen-reader commands, not browser commands.

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Lorena Pennington
<mailto:lpennington3@...
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2018 9:36 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
<mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] chrome brower

I need help with the chrome brower I down loaded it
from ninite do I need to create a account with google and
can some one give me step by step instruction how to use the
chrome browser thanks much






Re: how to down load with chrome

Gene
 

It doesn't make any difference if the browser is the default.  As I explained yesterday, when a browser isn't the default, all it means is that if you do something like open a link in an e-mail message that another browser, the default one, will open and display the page.
 
You do anything when you are actuallly working in the browser exactly the same, whetgher it is the default or not.  Press enter on the download link.  I don't recall if you see any message telling you that the download has begun.  If you want to see the progress of the download, use the command control j.  A web page-like interface will come up.  Look down the page and you will see information about the download, the estimated time to the end, the speed of the download, and maybe other information I don't recall.
 
By default, the file will be placed in your downloads folder.  I'm sure you can change this, but I have downloaded almost nothing in Chrome and I haven't looked at settings to find out how. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 7:22 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] how to down load with chrome

I want to down load with the chrome browser books from the site chrom is not my default how do I down load books from the site thanks much


Re: technological resources for learning I P A symbols?

enes sarıbaş
 

hi,I am also interested in this. I am starting my master in linguistics next week, and will need to do this to participate in my phonology class. I assume brailling is required, as it doesn't appear possible to read these naturally as audio.


On 9/23/2018 3:36 AM, Leo Bado wrote:

Hi Teri,

I use jaws and n v d a as well, both  on their latest versions.

I haven’t e-mail   to n v d a developers, probably I’ll ask on the international mailing list.

Sounds really interesting what you were ssayiing about modify jaws so it can say the names of the phonetic symbols.  I’ll google it to see what can I find.

However, for now my main obstacle is that I can’t find any accessible info related to this.

For instance, I would like to find a web site describing the name of the phonetic symbol, followed by how to write it with a keyboard and if possible even an audio example.

 

As I said in my first message, all I had found is how to write those symbols using ascii  decimal and hex.

I  don’t know how to do that because I’m confused.

Once  I figure out that, I would try to add new each symbol as an entry to the default dictionary.

I can’t tell it will work but so far I can’t come up with a better idea.

 

 

 

Leo Bado
El 22/09/2018 a las 13:57, Teri McElroy escribió:
Hello Leo

I would be interested to know if anyone else on list has answers to your questions, especially about writing phonetic or phonemic symbols. If you are a Jaws user, there is a way to modify Jaws so that it says the names of the phonetic symbols, but it won't pronounce words written with those symbols.

Which screen reader do you use? If you use NVDA have you emailed the developers to see if NVDA can be modified to pronounce the symbols? I found information on how to do this with Jaws by googling so there could be something similar for NVDA.
If you have difficulty understanding ESpeak, can you use another synthesizer?

Teri
On 23-Sep-18 4:02 AM, Leo Bado wrote:

Hello fellow listers,

I stop by to ask a question about learning phonetic sounds for English language and any accessible tech-tool related.

I’ve been looking for an accessible way to read phonetic symbols specificly with a synthetizer or may be a software.For my surprise espeak reads some of the phonetic sounds properly but it seems not to be able to read all of them, besides I have a hard time trying to grasp what espaek is trying to say due to its robotic sound.So, if anyone can give me a tip ere I would appreciate it.

I also want to know if someone knows how to write phonetic sounds, let’s say at least using ascii code.I foundcodes for ascii decimal and hexadecimal or something like that but I don’t know how to use those codes to write the symbol.

Lastly but no least, does anyone have international phonetic alphabet (I P A) on audio that be willing to share?

I take hints and remarks about how to face this situation, specially because I can’t find reliable technological resources in oreder to properly learn the international phonetic alphabet.

Thank you for any help or suggestion.

-- 
Leo Bado








Re: technological resources for learning I P A symbols?

Leo Bado
 

Hi Teri,

I use jaws and n v d a as well, both  on their latest versions.

I haven’t e-mail   to n v d a developers, probably I’ll ask on the international mailing list.

Sounds really interesting what you were ssayiing about modify jaws so it can say the names of the phonetic symbols.  I’ll google it to see what can I find.

However, for now my main obstacle is that I can’t find any accessible info related to this.

For instance, I would like to find a web site describing the name of the phonetic symbol, followed by how to write it with a keyboard and if possible even an audio example.

 

As I said in my first message, all I had found is how to write those symbols using ascii  decimal and hex.

I  don’t know how to do that because I’m confused.

Once  I figure out that, I would try to add new each symbol as an entry to the default dictionary.

I can’t tell it will work but so far I can’t come up with a better idea.

 

 

 

Leo Bado
El 22/09/2018 a las 13:57, Teri McElroy escribió:

Hello Leo

I would be interested to know if anyone else on list has answers to your questions, especially about writing phonetic or phonemic symbols. If you are a Jaws user, there is a way to modify Jaws so that it says the names of the phonetic symbols, but it won't pronounce words written with those symbols.

Which screen reader do you use? If you use NVDA have you emailed the developers to see if NVDA can be modified to pronounce the symbols? I found information on how to do this with Jaws by googling so there could be something similar for NVDA.
If you have difficulty understanding ESpeak, can you use another synthesizer?

Teri
On 23-Sep-18 4:02 AM, Leo Bado wrote:

Hello fellow listers,

I stop by to ask a question about learning phonetic sounds for English language and any accessible tech-tool related.

I’ve been looking for an accessible way to read phonetic symbols specificly with a synthetizer or may be a software.For my surprise espeak reads some of the phonetic sounds properly but it seems not to be able to read all of them, besides I have a hard time trying to grasp what espaek is trying to say due to its robotic sound.So, if anyone can give me a tip ere I would appreciate it.

I also want to know if someone knows how to write phonetic sounds, let’s say at least using ascii code.I foundcodes for ascii decimal and hexadecimal or something like that but I don’t know how to use those codes to write the symbol.

Lastly but no least, does anyone have international phonetic alphabet (I P A) on audio that be willing to share?

I take hints and remarks about how to face this situation, specially because I can’t find reliable technological resources in oreder to properly learn the international phonetic alphabet.

Thank you for any help or suggestion.

-- 
Leo Bado







how to down load with chrome

Lorena Pennington
 

I want to down load with the chrome browser books from the site chrom is not my default how do I down load books from the site thanks much


Re: anyone use Pizza Hutt online?

Brent Harding
 

I use the iOS app to order on there. It seems to be about the only way it's easily done. I think the 800 number they have just routes to your nearest Pizza Hut to be able to order, but I'm not sure if they can honor the online deals one gets texted/emailed, etc. Hopefully one day that do figure out making their site better for accessibility, but some of that stuff probably takes awhile to get done.

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Mehler" <dave.mehler@...>
To: <main@techtalk.groups.io>
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2018 10:32 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] anyone use Pizza Hutt online?


Hi,

Thanks. Two questions, what is the mobile address? And what is Uber
Eats? Is that the same as the ride share service?

I almost had it done last night, but then my phone decided it was
going to power down, dead battery, and lost the order. Oh well, Sunday
for sports will be my next time with this.

I do feel that for restaurants if they do anything with their web
sites then they should be accessible.

Dave.


On 9/21/18, Chris G <chris@...> wrote:
Nope, good point.
Chris

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On Thu, 20 Sep 2018 22:07:20 -0500
"Rob Hudson" <rob_hudson_3182@...> wrote:

Chris G <chris@...> wrote:
I stopped fighting with Pizza Hut's website over a year ago. Sometimes
I could get it to work, most of the time I couldn't with multiple
screen
reader and browser combinations.
Did you try the mobile site? That was what I had to do in order to feed my
pie addiction.

Chris Grabowski
Mystic Access
WHERE THE MAGIC IS IN LEARNING!
https://www.MysticAccess.com
Ready to begin using your assistive technology with confidence while
actually having fun? Visit us to learn about our comprehensive audio
tutorials, one-on-one support and ongoing teleclasses. We also offer
eclectic and timely assistive technology podcasts, a newsletter containing
exclusive news and discounts, regularly updated free downloads, and so much
more.
Contact:
Phone: (716) 543-3323 (Ext. 500)
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Facebook: mysticaccessempower






thunderbird acting weird today

Troy Burnham
 

Hi all,


There's an edit field between the folder treeview and the list of messages in the folders in thunderbird today and the edit field says something about filtering messages, and thunderbird seems to think that all messages are spam today.  I don't know if a new version was installed because I have that set to automatic, but how can I get rid of this filter message thing and how do I get it to not think everything is spam?  Btw it's not placing messages in the spam folder, when I highlight a message I just keep getting the warning that it may be junk or spam.  I've already looked through the options and didn't see anything obvious.


Thanks.


Troy


Re: chrome brower

Gene
 

All I did was listen to videos as well.  From your and other reports, it appears that IE11 still works with Youtube.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

Gene,
 
I listened to Youtube videos last night and this morning using IE 11. I had no problems with it; but, I did nothing else in Youtube, only listened to some videos. I use JAWS and Windows 10. I have Firefox and Chrome but haven’t opened those browsers in weeks.
 
Marvin.
 
From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
But, as I asked in a previous message, have you tried Youtube in the last day?  I was able to use older browsers up until about a day ago.  No longer.  I don't have IE11 on any of my machines but it needs to be tested to see if it still works with Youtube unless those saying it works have used it within about the last day or day and a half.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Carolyn Arnold
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 10:01 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
I have no problem with IE with YouTube or with stocks, the
main two Internet types I use.

Best regards,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gerald Levy
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 6:29 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 
Not true at all.  IE 11 still works perfectly well with
Youtube. And if any browser is incapable of doing things
that most blind computer users needa browser to do, it is
Firefox, not IE.  Firefox Quantum no longer works with
popular blind-friendly add-ons like Webvisum, Navigational
Sounds and Plain Old Favorites.  And some JAWS users have
reported sluggish performance with Firefox Quantum.  And its
built-in RSS feed reader has never been accessible, unlike
the RSS feed reader built into IE, which is by far, the most
accessible feed reader I have encountered.  I have not used
Chrome, so I can't comment on it, and don't know whether it
has a built-in RSS feed reader. The fact that Firefox has
been steadily losing market share among browsers attests to
its growing unpopulairty with users who are sick and tired
of its frequent and forced updates.
 
Gerald
 
 
From: Gene <mailto:gsasner@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 2:21 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
I suspect that you can no longer use Youtube with Internet
Explorer.  I may be wrong but I am skeptical that Internet
Explorer supports HTML5, whyich is increasingly being used
for audio as it replaces Flash.  Internet Explorer is
archaic.  It is useful at times and important to have
available but as a main browser, it is increasingly
incapable of doing many things people want a browser to do.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: David Goldfield <mailto:david.goldfield@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 1:13 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 

Additionally, I think that you will find Chrome to be a
faster and more responsive browser compared to Internet
Explorer. It will also take advantage of newer technologies,
which will mean better accessibility with some sites.
Internet Explorer 11 will still receive security updates for
some time but it will not receive any new enhancements,
leaving it somewhat behind compared to Firefox and Chrome.


David Goldfield, Assistive Technology Specialist
WWW.David-Goldfield.Com <http://WWW.David-Goldfield.Com> On
9/22/2018 2:05 AM, Gene wrote:


You don't need an account to juse use Chrome as a
browser.  I've never looked into why people might want
accounts. 

I don't know what kinds of problems you are having
but the following may help.  For now, if you use control l
to move to the address bar to type an address, you will be
able to go to a web page in that way.

Book marks can be created with control d, just as in
Internet Explorer.

To move around in bookmarks, open the menu with alt
f, hold alt and type f.  Then type b to move to bookmarks in
the menu and press enter.  You are now in a bookmarks menu
similar to Internet Explorer.

There is a tutorial a list member wrote for Chrome
and it will probably be sent to you by someone.  Until then,
what I've written will allow you to begin to use it.
Browsing itself is just about identical since both programs
use browse mode or the Virtual PC Cursor, both names for the
same thing.

Commands like h for heading, b for button, etc. will
all work because they are browse mode commands, and thus
screen-reader commands, not browser commands.

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Lorena Pennington
<mailto:lpennington3@...> 
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2018 9:36 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
<mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io> 
Subject: [TechTalk] chrome brower

I need help with the chrome brower I down loaded it
from ninite do I need to create a account with google and
can some one give me step by step instruction how to use the
chrome browser thanks much






Re: chrome brower

Jim Wohlgamuth
 

Hi!

I really did enjoy that! I'd like to find more of that.  Thanks!!

Jim Wohlgamuth 'wohlggie@...>.


On 22-Sep-18 15:41, Ann Marie Medlar wrote:

Paul link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u97_inloBmY

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ann Marie Medlar
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 3:40 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 

Hi all,

After reading this message amdand went to Fast.Com and my speed is

110 MPS.

Then figured I would check out YouTube

And clicked link about Paul McCartney.  He has new record Egypt Station out and I hope to score tickets to his show. 

Link for Paul and no issues with IE Jaws2018.  Enjoyed Paul on YouTube. 

https://fast.com/

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gerald Levy
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 2:25 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 

 

I just accessed five different Youtube  pages at random using IE 11and JAWS 16 and they all played.  Maybe the problem you are experiencing is with NVDA, not with Youtube.  Or maybe there’s a problem with your ISP and your Internet download speed is very slow.  Some Youtube videos will not play at all if your Internet speed is too slow.  You can perform a quick check of your Internet download speed by visiting Fast.com.

 

Gerald

 

 

 

From: Gene

Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:37 PM

Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 

But, as I asked in a previous message, have you tried Youtube in the last day?  I was able to use older browsers up until about a day ago.  No longer.  I don't have IE11 on any of my machines but it needs to be tested to see if it still works with Youtube unless those saying it works have used it within about the last day or day and a half.

 

Gene

----- Original Message -----

Gene

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 10:01 AM

Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 

I have no problem with IE with YouTube or with stocks, the
main two Internet types I use.

Best regards,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gerald Levy
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 6:29 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 
Not true at all.  IE 11 still works perfectly well with
Youtube. And if any browser is incapable of doing things
that most blind computer users needa browser to do, it is
Firefox, not IE.  Firefox Quantum no longer works with
popular blind-friendly add-ons like Webvisum, Navigational
Sounds and Plain Old Favorites.  And some JAWS users have
reported sluggish performance with Firefox Quantum.  And its
built-in RSS feed reader has never been accessible, unlike
the RSS feed reader built into IE, which is by far, the most
accessible feed reader I have encountered.  I have not used
Chrome, so I can't comment on it, and don't know whether it
has a built-in RSS feed reader. The fact that Firefox has
been steadily losing market share among browsers attests to
its growing unpopulairty with users who are sick and tired
of its frequent and forced updates.
 
Gerald
 
 
From: Gene <mailto:gsasner@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 2:21 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
I suspect that you can no longer use Youtube with Internet
Explorer.  I may be wrong but I am skeptical that Internet
Explorer supports HTML5, whyich is increasingly being used
for audio as it replaces Flash.  Internet Explorer is
archaic.  It is useful at times and important to have
available but as a main browser, it is increasingly
incapable of doing many things people want a browser to do.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: David Goldfield <mailto:david.goldfield@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 1:13 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 

Additionally, I think that you will find Chrome to be a
faster and more responsive browser compared to Internet
Explorer. It will also take advantage of newer technologies,
which will mean better accessibility with some sites.
Internet Explorer 11 will still receive security updates for
some time but it will not receive any new enhancements,
leaving it somewhat behind compared to Firefox and Chrome.


David Goldfield, Assistive Technology Specialist
WWW.David-Goldfield.Com <http://WWW.David-Goldfield.Com> On
9/22/2018 2:05 AM, Gene wrote:


You don't need an account to juse use Chrome as a
browser.  I've never looked into why people might want
accounts. 

I don't know what kinds of problems you are having
but the following may help.  For now, if you use control l
to move to the address bar to type an address, you will be
able to go to a web page in that way.

Book marks can be created with control d, just as in
Internet Explorer.

To move around in bookmarks, open the menu with alt
f, hold alt and type f.  Then type b to move to bookmarks in
the menu and press enter.  You are now in a bookmarks menu
similar to Internet Explorer.

There is a tutorial a list member wrote for Chrome
and it will probably be sent to you by someone.  Until then,
what I've written will allow you to begin to use it.
Browsing itself is just about identical since both programs
use browse mode or the Virtual PC Cursor, both names for the
same thing.

Commands like h for heading, b for button, etc. will
all work because they are browse mode commands, and thus
screen-reader commands, not browser commands.

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Lorena Pennington
<mailto:lpennington3@...
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2018 9:36 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
<mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] chrome brower

I need help with the chrome brower I down loaded it
from ninite do I need to create a account with google and
can some one give me step by step instruction how to use the
chrome browser thanks much





Looking for a Jaws accessible appointment reminder app/service

Cristóbal
 

Hello list,

I was wondering if there are any business owners out there or folks who deal with subcontractors and have to manage appointments and confirmations.

I’ve got a business where I broker out work and need to confirm appointments and so on.

So far, with Outlook (Office 365 for business) and Google Voice, I’ve been managing it with emails and texts, but I’d like to get something a little more automated and reduce the manual workload. Right now, it’s juggle emails, check and cross check who’s confirmed, follow up with a vendor who hasn’t confirmed, etc.

I’m also in the process of taking on a contract for a much larger workload and would really like to have something in place before things become unmanageable. I am a heavy Outlook user and yes, I know there are meeting and reminder functions in Outlook, but my Outlook calendar notes have information such as contract numbers other vendor info and stuff in general I’d prefer not to share with my sub vendors for their assigned appointments as there’s no reason for them to see that sort of data and my notes.

In any event, does anyone know of anything out there that is Jaws friendly and as a plus integrates with the Office eco system? Outlook, etc.?

I’m sure some of you have had experience with this sort of thing. Where you may get an email or text reminding you of an upcoming engagement with the option to click confirm/decline or if texting, reply 1 for yes or 2 for no and so on.

As an idea, I’ll likely be working with upwards of 300 appointments a month throughout the state of California. So anything that can automate this task is something I’m very interested in.

Below is one such option I was checking out. I don’t mind paying as long as it accomplishes what I need and cuts down on my having to chase down confirmations. https://www.goreminders.com/pricing

Again, any input or observations and experience would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Cristóbal

 


RAID 0 or RAID 1, which is advisable

Walter Ramage
 

Hi All.  A week or so back I asked a question on the use of Dropbox for large data storage.

 

After considering the responses from this list and that of other lists on which I asked the same question, I’ve decided I should stick to storing my media files on external hard drives.

 

Now here’s my problem; ignorance!  I am clearly going to have to obtain high capacity hard drives.  The largest single hard drive unit I can get is a Seagate 10tb but I’ll very soon grow out of that so will have to go for something quite larger such as 16tb or 24tb and I have no knowledge of how these large arrays work.

 

I have found on Amazon a16tb western digital drive, which is a two bay 2x8tb drive.  This item can be configured for Raid 0 or Raid 1.  I looked on line to find out what that meant and as I understand it; RAID 0 means the two drives act as one drive whereas RAID 1 means the data is duplicated, a copy on each drive but to my mind that wouldn’t give me enough space and I’d be just as well sticking to my individual 8tb drives.  Now do I have that understanding correct or have I misunderstood something?  From my understanding RAID 0 is best for my needs but the negative is, if any one of the 2 internal drives fails then all my material goes down the pan.

 

Now the second part of my lack of knowledge is what is better; a two bay array (2x8tb) or a four bay array (4x4tb) or even more weird a 24tb array with 6 bays (6x4tb).  This is all very confusing to me and I don’t know what is the best combination.  And finally, are these drives plug and play or is any software to be installed or configuration required prior to use?

 

Phew!!! I hope that all made sense, and I’ve not even mentioned any NAS options yet but one step at a time... Now, where’s that bottle of wine! LOL.  Walter.


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Re: Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone 6S

Ann Marie Medlar <amedlar1@...>
 

Good for you. I replaced my IPhone6 battery for $30 with Apple about 3 or 4
months ago.
Battery seems okay but I think new battery drains faster than old battery.
I upgraded to IOS 12 and so far all good.
I did not upgrade Ipad 4+ to IOS 12 because on Facebook in group for IPhone
apps for blind that someone lost all purchased apps.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
janet gross
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 4:16 PM
To: 'main@TechTalk.groups.io' <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: [TechTalk] Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone
6S

Hi Everyone,
I came across this report, and I just wanted to share it with you all, so I
copied and pasted it below.
I am happy to know this!

Janet

Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone 6S, nothing rong
after 3 years -- thanks to iOS 12 and a free battery upgrade.
Still going strong after 3 years -- thanks to iOS 12 and a free battery
upgrade.

By
Chris Taylor
It's launch day for the iPhone XS and XS Max. And if it seems a little muted
compared to iPhone launch days past, that may be because Apple is making it
increasingly easy to hang on to your three-year-old phone instead - even if
they no longer sell that phone.
As I
wrote last week,
I was in the market for an XS. But I was torn: I'm one of those people who
believes the iPhone 6S is the last truly great iPhone Apple made.
I'm loath to swap my built-in headphone jack for a life in which I have to
carry around a Lightning-to- aux dongle just in case.

And yes, fanboys, before you jump in: I already use Bluetooth headphones! I
just like the option to plug in a wired set of cans - the same option I am
afforded on my latest-model iPad Pro and bang-up-to-date MacBook. Answer me
this, jackless iPhone owners: When you jump into a friend's car for a long
ride, want to play some tunes, and all they have is an aux cord, what do you
do? Hope you remembered your dongle and don't need to charge your phone at
the same time!
Still, for a hot moment, I felt compelled to give in to my inner early
adopter and get the latest thing. My 6S often drained fast, requiring me to
carry an external battery at all times or to live in Low Power Mode. Perhaps
I was being unreasonable.
Perhaps I could learn to live with dongles.
Perhaps I could even learn to live with FaceID, though it still seems an
unnecessary and insecure feature. I messaged an old friend who loves his
iPhone
X: What percentage of the time does FaceID fail to open the phone, due to
you wearing sunglasses or a hat or the room being too dark? Oh, just 35
percent of the time, he estimated. My TouchID still works 100 percent of the
time. Hmmm.
Perhaps I could upgrade to last year's iPhone 8, the last Apple model to use
TouchID. But what an uninspiring option that seemed. Spend $549, get a phone
with half the capacity of my 128GB 6S (Apple doesn't offer a 128GB version
of the 8), and of course, enter Dongle-land.

Well, I figured, at least I could get my 6S ready for trade-in or
hand-me-down by taking advantage of Apple's $29 battery replacement program
(which the company is offering until the end of the year). For some reason,
I discovered at the Apple store, my out-of-warranty phone qualified for a
free battery upgrade; I didn't even need to drop $29.
The only caveat: It had a minor crack in the corner of the screen. Apple
won't perform battery upgrades unless you have a pristine screen, for fear
that it may shatter when they remove the back. The Apple store offered a
screen replacement for $149.
Other stores charged $109. The trade-in value of an iPhone 6S is around
$100. Again I faltered, feeling nudged towards the latest thing.
But then I found a store that did a third-party screen replacement for $65.
It looked indistinguishable from the original. Apple generally won't repair
your phone if it has third-party components, but it makes an exception for
screens. The Apple store did the battery replacement in minutes. All of a
sudden, the phone that had been limping along, rapidly draining, felt like
new.
My 6S feels like it has a new lease on life.

This was helped in large part by the upgrade to iOS 12. Apple has been
touting the fact that the latest iOS will make an old phone run faster, and
I'm here to tell you they're absolutely right. My 6S feels like it has a new
lease on life. If not brand new, it certainly feels like less than a year
old.
Good enough for me.
It seems odd that a trillion-dollar company well known for making you want
the latest thing should make it so easy to get away with not upgrading your
phone for three years. But Apple does seem to be making a new commitment to
sustainability.

Lisa Jackson, former EPA chief and now Apple's vice president of
environment, policy and social initiatives, took a good chunk of the iPhone
XS launch event last week to talk about this. All Apple offices and data
centers are now powered by 100 percent renewable energy. The phones are made
with more recyclable components than ever before.
Jackson didn't talk about this, but the biggest thing you can do for the
environment as an iPhone customer is to not buy a new iPhone every year.
Very quietly, Apple has made this possible, even for eager early-adopter
types like me.
I don't know how this works, financially, in the long-term. Perhaps my
continued use of the 6S is effectively subsidized by people who don't mind
the efficiency downgrade of FaceID, people who must have the latest,
brightest, gold-plated thing, people who don't mind dongles.
All I can say for now is something I've never said before: Thank you Apple,
for not making me upgrade.

https://mashable.com/article/iphone-6s-ios-12-upgrade/

Janet


Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone 6S

Janet
 

Hi Everyone,
I came across this report, and I just wanted to share it with you all, so I copied and pasted it below.
I am happy to know this!

Janet

Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone 6S, nothing
rong after 3 years -- thanks to iOS 12 and a free battery upgrade.
Still going strong after 3 years -- thanks to iOS 12 and a free battery upgrade.

By
Chris Taylor
It's launch day for the iPhone XS and XS Max. And if it seems a little muted compared to iPhone
launch days past, that may be because Apple is making it
increasingly easy to hang on to your three-year-old phone instead - even if they no longer sell that
phone.
As I
wrote last week,
I was in the market for an XS. But I was torn: I'm
one of those people
who believes
the iPhone 6S is the last truly great iPhone Apple made.
I'm loath to swap my built-in headphone jack for a life in which I have to carry around a Lightning-to-
aux dongle just in case.

And yes, fanboys, before you jump in: I already use Bluetooth headphones! I just like the option to
plug in a wired set of cans - the same option I am
afforded on my latest-model iPad Pro and bang-up-to-date MacBook. Answer me this, jackless
iPhone owners: When you jump into a friend's car for a long
ride, want to play some tunes, and all they have is an aux cord, what do you do? Hope you
remembered your dongle and don't need to charge your phone at
the same time!
Still, for a hot moment, I felt compelled to give in to my inner early adopter and get the latest thing. My
6S often drained fast, requiring me to carry
an external battery at all times or to live in Low Power Mode. Perhaps I was being unreasonable.
Perhaps I could learn to live with dongles.
Perhaps I could even learn to live with FaceID, though it still seems an unnecessary and insecure
feature. I messaged an old friend who loves his iPhone
X: What percentage of the time does FaceID fail to open the phone, due to you wearing sunglasses or
a hat or the room being too dark? Oh, just 35 percent
of the time, he estimated. My TouchID still works 100 percent of the time. Hmmm.
Perhaps I could upgrade to last year's iPhone 8, the last Apple model to use TouchID. But what an
uninspiring option that seemed. Spend $549, get a phone
with half the capacity of my 128GB 6S (Apple doesn't offer a 128GB version of the 8), and of course,
enter Dongle-land.

Well, I figured, at least I could get my 6S ready for trade-in or hand-me-down by taking advantage of
Apple's $29 battery replacement program (which the
company is offering until the end of the year). For some reason, I discovered at the Apple store, my
out-of-warranty phone qualified for a free battery
upgrade; I didn't even need to drop $29.
The only caveat: It had a minor crack in the corner of the screen. Apple won't perform battery
upgrades unless you have a pristine screen, for fear that
it may shatter when they remove the back. The Apple store offered a screen replacement for $149.
Other stores charged $109. The trade-in value of an iPhone
6S is around $100. Again I faltered, feeling nudged towards the latest thing.
But then I found a store that did a third-party screen replacement for $65. It looked indistinguishable
from the original. Apple generally won't repair
your phone if it has third-party components, but it makes an exception for screens. The Apple store
did the battery replacement in minutes. All of a sudden,
the phone that had been limping along, rapidly draining, felt like new.
My 6S feels like it has a new lease on life.

This was helped in large part by the upgrade to iOS 12. Apple has been touting the fact that the latest
iOS will make an old phone run faster, and I'm
here to tell you they're absolutely right. My 6S feels like it has a new lease on life. If not brand new, it
certainly feels like less than a year old.
Good enough for me.
It seems odd that a trillion-dollar company well known for making you want the latest thing should
make it so easy to get away with not upgrading your
phone for three years. But Apple does seem to be making a new commitment to sustainability.

Lisa Jackson, former EPA chief and now Apple's vice president of environment, policy and social
initiatives, took a good chunk of the iPhone XS launch
event last week to talk about this. All Apple offices and data centers are now powered by 100 percent
renewable energy. The phones are made with more recyclable
components than ever before.
Jackson didn't talk about this, but the biggest thing you can do for the environment as an iPhone
customer is to not buy a new iPhone every year. Very quietly, Apple
has made this possible, even for eager early-adopter types like me.
I don't know how this works, financially, in the long-term. Perhaps my continued use of the 6S is
effectively subsidized by people who don't mind the efficiency
downgrade of FaceID, people who must have the latest, brightest, gold-plated thing, people who don't
mind dongles.
All I can say for now is something I've never said before: Thank you Apple, for not making me
upgrade.

https://mashable.com/article/iphone-6s-ios-12-upgrade/

Janet


Re: chrome brower

"Marvin Atkins"
 

Gene,
 
I listened to Youtube videos last night and this morning using IE 11. I had no problems with it; but, I did nothing else in Youtube, only listened to some videos. I use JAWS and Windows 10. I have Firefox and Chrome but haven’t opened those browsers in weeks.
 
Marvin.
 

From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:37 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
But, as I asked in a previous message, have you tried Youtube in the last day?  I was able to use older browsers up until about a day ago.  No longer.  I don't have IE11 on any of my machines but it needs to be tested to see if it still works with Youtube unless those saying it works have used it within about the last day or day and a half.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Carolyn Arnold
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 10:01 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
I have no problem with IE with YouTube or with stocks, the
main two Internet types I use.

Best regards,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gerald Levy
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 6:29 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower

 
Not true at all.  IE 11 still works perfectly well with
Youtube. And if any browser is incapable of doing things
that most blind computer users needa browser to do, it is
Firefox, not IE.  Firefox Quantum no longer works with
popular blind-friendly add-ons like Webvisum, Navigational
Sounds and Plain Old Favorites.  And some JAWS users have
reported sluggish performance with Firefox Quantum.  And its
built-in RSS feed reader has never been accessible, unlike
the RSS feed reader built into IE, which is by far, the most
accessible feed reader I have encountered.  I have not used
Chrome, so I can't comment on it, and don't know whether it
has a built-in RSS feed reader. The fact that Firefox has
been steadily losing market share among browsers attests to
its growing unpopulairty with users who are sick and tired
of its frequent and forced updates.
 
Gerald
 
 
From: Gene <mailto:gsasner@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 2:21 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 
I suspect that you can no longer use Youtube with Internet
Explorer.  I may be wrong but I am skeptical that Internet
Explorer supports HTML5, whyich is increasingly being used
for audio as it replaces Flash.  Internet Explorer is
archaic.  It is useful at times and important to have
available but as a main browser, it is increasingly
incapable of doing many things people want a browser to do.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: David Goldfield <mailto:david.goldfield@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 1:13 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io <mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
 

Additionally, I think that you will find Chrome to be a
faster and more responsive browser compared to Internet
Explorer. It will also take advantage of newer technologies,
which will mean better accessibility with some sites.
Internet Explorer 11 will still receive security updates for
some time but it will not receive any new enhancements,
leaving it somewhat behind compared to Firefox and Chrome.


David Goldfield, Assistive Technology Specialist
WWW.David-Goldfield.Com <http://WWW.David-Goldfield.Com> On
9/22/2018 2:05 AM, Gene wrote:


You don't need an account to juse use Chrome as a
browser.  I've never looked into why people might want
accounts. 

I don't know what kinds of problems you are having
but the following may help.  For now, if you use control l
to move to the address bar to type an address, you will be
able to go to a web page in that way.

Book marks can be created with control d, just as in
Internet Explorer.

To move around in bookmarks, open the menu with alt
f, hold alt and type f.  Then type b to move to bookmarks in
the menu and press enter.  You are now in a bookmarks menu
similar to Internet Explorer.

There is a tutorial a list member wrote for Chrome
and it will probably be sent to you by someone.  Until then,
what I've written will allow you to begin to use it.
Browsing itself is just about identical since both programs
use browse mode or the Virtual PC Cursor, both names for the
same thing.

Commands like h for heading, b for button, etc. will
all work because they are browse mode commands, and thus
screen-reader commands, not browser commands.

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Lorena Pennington
<mailto:lpennington3@...> 
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2018 9:36 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
<mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io> 
Subject: [TechTalk] chrome brower

I need help with the chrome brower I down loaded it
from ninite do I need to create a account with google and
can some one give me step by step instruction how to use the
chrome browser thanks much






Re: technological resources for learning I P A symbols?

Teri McElroy
 

Hello Leo

I would be interested to know if anyone else on list has answers to your questions, especially about writing phonetic or phonemic symbols. If you are a Jaws user, there is a way to modify Jaws so that it says the names of the phonetic symbols, but it won't pronounce words written with those symbols.

Which screen reader do you use? If you use NVDA have you emailed the developers to see if NVDA can be modified to pronounce the symbols? I found information on how to do this with Jaws by googling so there could be something similar for NVDA.
If you have difficulty understanding ESpeak, can you use another synthesizer?

Teri

On 23-Sep-18 4:02 AM, Leo Bado wrote:

Hello fellow listers,

I stop by to ask a question about learning phonetic sounds for English language and any accessible tech-tool related.

I’ve been looking for an accessible way to read phonetic symbols specificly with a synthetizer or may be a software.For my surprise espeak reads some of the phonetic sounds properly but it seems not to be able to read all of them, besides I have a hard time trying to grasp what espaek is trying to say due to its robotic sound.So, if anyone can give me a tip ere I would appreciate it.

I also want to know if someone knows how to write phonetic sounds, let’s say at least using ascii code.I foundcodes for ascii decimal and hexadecimal or something like that but I don’t know how to use those codes to write the symbol.

Lastly but no least, does anyone have international phonetic alphabet (I P A) on audio that be willing to share?

I take hints and remarks about how to face this situation, specially because I can’t find reliable technological resources in oreder to properly learn the international phonetic alphabet.

Thank you for any help or suggestion.

--
Leo Bado


iHart radio 2018 music festival audio?

David Mehler
 

Hello,

Does anyone have or know of audio of the complete Ihart radio 2018
music festival?

Please email privately.

Thanks.
Dave.