Re: How do I check a JAWS script version?
Van Lant, Robin
P.S. I unzipped the file I had and that executable file name has more numbers it it that I assume indicate version. But, I still wonder if there is a way I can tell the version from within JAWS, in case I didn’t have the original file.
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Subject: [jaws-users] How do I check a JAWS script version?
I’m doing some troubleshooting with someone on Cisco software I’m using at work. He’s asking what version of the Cisco scripts I am using. How do I check this? The .zip file I originally downloaded doesn’t’ have a version number in the file name. If I launch the scripts manager from JAWS, I get the following, which I don’t know how to interpret.
use "j4w_default.jsb" ; 5
void function filler()
; Filler to make some JAWS versions compile this file successfully.
I’m using JAWS 2019 May release with Windows 10.
Robin Van Lant, Sr. Program Manager, Strategy & Performance Management
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