Re: Key label Mute
Matthew,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
For Run JAWS Manager.
Press s (as in Sam) twice for
Shift tab back once and press home for default all applications, or press
In the search edit box, type
K e y b (no spaces when you type)
That should be enough of the word keyboard to display the results.
There should be five results.
Arrow down to keyboard
And press enter.
JAWS says, Keyboard, closed
Press right arrow to open it.
Arrow down to
And press right arrow to open it.
Arrow down to
Manage key labels.
Press the space bar. If you press enter, it will throw you out!
Press t for tab. JAWS should tell you that the tab speaks. Tab once and
press the space bar to mute the tab key.
Press r for return and tab once and press the space bar to mute the enter
I did not mute the function keys but you can arrow through the 84 items and
mute what you choose.
It will say that the shift key speaks, but mine does not
When you’re done, tab to ok and press enter. Tab to ok again and press
I hope I’ve got all this straight! LOL.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
Of Matthew Chao
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2018 3:24 PM
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] Key label Mute
Hi, Rebecca. I want to do exactly what you did. I'm a Window-Eyes user,
and use JAWS kicking and screaming. I don't like all the keys spoken, and
have not been able to silence them all. How do I do that in the fewest
possible keystrokes? Thanks in advance.--Matthew Chao
On 9/17/2018 1:39 PM, Rebecca Lineberger wrote:
Since the tab key will be silent in JAWS 2019, I decided to turn itWindow-Eyes.