Re: Teamviewer and jaws
matthew dyer <ilovecountrymusic483@...>
Thanks all, everyone. Jaws was not a factor at all, I needed to use jaws tto read the id to the person who needed to connect to my system. I made it through the first part we will see how the main interview coes prosses we will see how it goes. Thanks again for the help.
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Sent: Thursday, August 2, 2018 3:45 AM
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] Teamviewer and jaws
Instead of closing jaws, you might simply consider pressing jawskey-space and place your mode on “speech on demand”, this will probably silence jaws and will not be disturbing your teamviewer partner.
Just a thought,
G reetings from the island of Euboea,
Thus far, I have not run into any type of issues with TeamViewer. I am able to do my part to let the other person into my computer. Just be aware that the other user will hear JAWS on their computer as well. If this is a problem for them, you will need to Alt+F4 to shutdown JAWS.
If there are any other features in TeamViewer such as conferencing or a chat feature, I have no idea about them.
This is kind of ergent as I have a job interview and need to know if anyone has used teamviewer with jaws 2018. I took a look and found that the login screen seem to work. This is a phone interview for infosition and they require a system compatibility test. Thanks.