Re: Skype question, was RE: [jaws-users] JAWS Update, J2019.1904.60 Download Link + What's New

 

Hello John and Larry:

While you are looking into the Skype Desktop issues with JAWS, please mention to the programmers that we have great difficulties adding participants, either to a conversation or to a group that we have created prior to calling, because when we input the search criteria JAWS answers with the number of results of the search, but they are not accessible to select and add, more so after we add the first.

TIA,

Humberto

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Subject: Re: Skype question, was RE: [jaws-users] JAWS Update, J2019.1904.60 Download Link + What's New

Yes, there are only four listed for some reason.
John
At 09:00 AM 5/2/2019, you wrote:


john,

Is the list below what you get?

This is from my work computer, a Dell Latitude.

Skype Keystrokes List

Back - control+JAWSKey+B

Chat Edit Field - control+Insert+E

Chat History List - control+Insert+Y

Conversations List - control+Insert+N



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On May 2, 2019, at 6:53 AM, Panagiotis
Antonopoulos <<mailto:pantonop@...>pantonop@...> wrote:

Hi John/all,
If it can be of any help, in my case, if I press jawskey-f8 from the skype
window, I get the following flash message: "unknown script:
CalltoPickToolbarItem".
Hope this is of some help,
Take care,
Takis

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Subject: Re: Skype question, was RE: [jaws-users] JAWS Update, J2019.1904.60
Download Link + What's New

My brother is having the same problem, outlook works, skype does not.
I don't know why its working for me.
We're asking around so we'll see if we get an answer we can post to the
list.
John
At 05:30 AM 5/2/2019, you wrote:
Hi John:

I do have Outlook 2016 and there, Insert-F8 does work; it gives me a list
of
29 key shortcuts, but no cigar with Skype.
Humberto



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Subject: Re: Skype question, was RE: [jaws-users] JAWS Update,
J2019.1904.60
Download Link + What's New

I'm stumped.
If you have office 365 and maybe outlook 2016, the same insert f8
tool bar should bring up keystrokes. I
know it does with the current version of Microsoft 365 and April
JAWS release.
JohnAt 07:04 PM 5/1/2019, you wrote:
Yes John, as I said, I press Insert-F8 and Jaws says "F8" and nothing
happens. However, the other combinations, to go to the Skype window from
anywhere, to answer or hang up a call, work well.
Humberto



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Subject: Re: Skype question, was RE: [jaws-users] JAWS Update,
J2019.1904.60
Download Link + What's New

and you are bringing up JAWS key f8 in the skype window?
John
At 06:20 PM 5/1/2019, you wrote:
Hi John:

This is very interesting and puzzling. Do you perhaps have some
scripts
installed that I do not?
I do have the April update to Jaws 2019 and the latest version Skype
has
offered; Windows 18.09, I7 chip, 64 bit processor. I have no idea what
could
be the difference between your system and mine that could cause the
discrepancy.

Regards,

Humberto


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J2019.1904.60
Download Link + What's New

Interdsting, my skype ends in 43 and I updated it today.
My JAWS is the April release.
When I hit jaws key and f8 I hear:
Skype Keystrokes List
Back - control+JAWSKey+B OK
Chat Edit Field - control+Insert+E
Chat History List - control+Insert+Y Cancel
Conversations List - control+Insert+N

John
At 06:09 AM 5/1/2019, you wrote:
Hi,
These are the versions I have:
JAWS Version 2019.1904.60.400
Skype Version 8.44.0.40
Windows 10 Home 64 bit

Insert+f8 just says f8.

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Subject: Re: Skype question, was RE: [jaws-users] JAWS Update,
J2019.1904.60 Download Link + What's New

HI,
It works for me if you have the current JAWS April update and the
current update for Skype desk top which is I believe 8.4.
John
At 05:05 AM 5/1/2019, you wrote:
Hi all,

I was very happy to learn that finally the functionality of Skype
Desktop will approach that to which we were all accustomed; after
updating JAWS, I tried the Insert-Spacebar Y S and it does take me
to
the Skype windows from anywhere; I still have not tried answering
or
hanging up calls,, but have encountered difficulty with the
following:

"* You can now press INSERT+F8 in the Skype for Desktop application
to
display a list of JAWS keystrokes specific to Skype. You can then
select the action you want to perform and press ENTER."

When I press Insert-F8 JAWS says F8 and nothing happens, has anyone
been successful with this new command?

Regards,

Humberto



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Subject: [jaws-users] JAWS Update, J2019.1904.60 Download Link +
What's
New

Hi All,

Below is the direct download link for todays release of build
J2019.1904.60 and what's new in this release.

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Enhancements in JAWS 2019.1904.60 (April 2019) The following is a
list
of improvements made in JAWS 2019 between the March 2019 update and
the
April 2019 update.

To download the latest release, visit the Downloads web page.
You must be logged on as an administrator to install this software.

Improved Heading Navigation When Using the Numbers Row

For years, users have been able to use 1 through
6 on the numbers row to move to specific heading levels on web
pages.
For instance, 1 for level 1 headings,
2 for level 2 headings, 3 for level 3 headings, and so on. However,
this type of navigation only allowed you to move to headings equal
or
lower than the level you were trying to move by. For example, if
you
attempted to move to a level 3 heading, but the very next heading
was
a
level 2, JAWS would announce:
"No more headings at level 3 in this section,"
and would not move past the level 2 heading.

Beginning with the April 2019 update, you can now move to any given
heading level on a page and if it is under a different higher
precedence heading, the immediately higher precedence heading will
be
read so you know that the new heading belongs to a different
section.
For example, if you attempt to move to a level 3 heading which
causes
you to jump past a level 2 heading, JAWS will announce the level 2
heading prior to announcing the level 3 heading so you know you
have
moved into a new section. You can also choose to have JAWS play a
sound
to indicate when you move into a new section or you can switch back
to
the prior behavior which restricted heading navigation to the
current
section.

To configure how JAWS navigates headings when using the numbers 1
through 6, open Settings Center (INSERT+6 on the numbers row), type
"heading" into the Search edit box, select the "Heading Navigation
Using 1-6" option, and then use the SPACEBAR to choose the setting
you
want. Alternatively, open Quick Settings (INSERT+V) from your
browser
and configure the "Heading Navigation" setting.

Support for MathType Content When Reading in Office 365 Word
Documents

You can now use JAWS or Fusion to read and study math problems in
Word
documents created using the MathType software from Design Science.
To
use this feature, you must do the following:

* Make sure you are running the April 2019 release of JAWS or
Fusion
along with Microsoft Word from Office 365.
* Install MathType from
<http://Wiris.com>Wiris.com
and activate the software as a trial or actual license.
* In Settings Center, make sure the "Use Accessibility Driver for
Screen Capture" check box is selected.

When you encounter a math equation or formula in a document, JAWS
reads
the problem and then says "Math Content." You can then press
INSERT+SPACEBAR followed by EQUALS to open the JAWS Math Viewer so
you
can study the equation in greater detail.

Once the Math Viewer is opened, you can navigate individual parts
of
an
equation like variables, terms, coefficients, exponents, etc. As
you
navigate to the various components, pressing DOWN ARROW will let
you
drill down into and navigate within that level of the equation
using
LEFT and RIGHT ARROW. Pressing UP ARROW will move you back to the
prior
level.
In addition, if you have a Braille display and JAWS is set to
United
States English or Unified English Braille Grade 1 or Grade 2, the
math
equation or formula will be displayed in Nemeth Braille.
Pressing ESC will close the Math Viewer and return to the document.

See our
MathType Sample Demonstration document
for examples of how JAWS and Fusion can enable students to
access
math content.

Visit the
Design Science
website for more details about MathType.

Easy Access to Answer or Disconnect From a Skype Call Using the
Desktop
Application Version 8.42 or Higher

In Skype for Desktop 8.42 and later, JAWS or Fusion now provides
keystrokes for answering or disconnecting a call from any
application
as well as moving focus into the Skype main window. Note that these
keystrokes are only available in the Skype for Desktop application.
They will not work in the Skype for Windows 10 universal app from
the
Microsoft store or the Skype for Business app.

To answer an incoming call, press
INSERT+SPACEBAR, y followed by UP ARROW. To
disconnect from a call, press INSERT+SPACEBAR, y followed by DOWN
ARROW.
To move focus directly into the Skype window, press
INSERT+SPACEBAR,
Y
followed by S.

Other Changes
* When performing the monthly updates of JAWS, ZoomText, and
Fusion,
the shortcut keystroke on the Desktop Icon used to launch the
application, will no longer be removed during the update process.
* JAWS now offers localizations for Swedish and Italian when
performing
a full install.
* In the Amazon Kindle app, JAWS and Fusion now supports reading
and
navigating inside tables.
* Resolved an issue where you could not use the keyboard to
interact
with the controls in the Display Options dialog box in the Amazon
Kindle app.
* If Track Changes is turned on in a Word document, you can now use
INSERT+SHIFT+R to list revisions in footnotes, endnotes, and
comments
in addition to the main document. Note that this command only lists
revisions in the currently active pane.
For example, pressing INSERT+SHIFT+R from the Document pane will
list
revisions in the main document while pressing this keystroke from
within a footnote will only list revisions found in footnotes.
* If a word document contained more than 150 revisions, resolved an
issue where the number of revisions was not being reported
correctly
when using INSERT+SHIFT+R.
* The "Document and Web Pages Automatically Read When Loaded"
option
in
Settings Center is now enabled by default in PowerPoint. When you
start
a presentation and move to the next or previous slide, JAWS
automatically begins reading the current slide.
* In Excel, JAWS and Fusion now indicates in both speech and
Braille
if
a cell contains a data type.
* Resolved an issue where pressing INSERT+E was not announcing the
default button in a Chrome dialog box.
* Addressed a reported issue where the aria-required attribute was
not
being indicated as expected in Internet Explorer while navigating
with
the Virtual Cursor.
* Addressed reported issues where JAWS and Fusion was not
consistently
reading elements that use the aria-describedby" or title attributes
while tabbing through a page.
* If you are inside a table in a Google Docs document and you press
INSERT+SPACEBAR, Q to activate the Quick Nav mode, you can now use
the
ARROW keys to move to each cell. You can also use CTRL+UP/DOWN
ARROW
to
move to the top or bottom of the current column, CTRL+LEFT/RIGHT
ARROW
to move to the beginning or end of the current row, and
CTRL+HOME/END
to move to the beginning or end of the table.
* For users of the Focus Blue Braille Display, you can now press a
Selector button along with the Left or Right NAV Mode button to
toggle
speech on or off for the corresponding NAV Rocker. When enabled,
JAWS
will speak as you scroll by line, sentence, or paragraph. This
setting
is off by default for both NAV Rockers.
* Added additional information to installer error messages such as
when
you include an invalid language code when using the /language
command
line argument.
* You can now press INSERT+F8 in the Skype for Desktop application
to
display a list of JAWS keystrokes specific to Skype. You can then
select the action you want to perform and press ENTER.
* The "Prompt to Confirm when Exiting JAWS"
option has been added to the Run JAWS Settings page of the Startup
Wizard.
* When using Braille in a WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation)
app,
JAWS now includes the name and type of the current window on the
braille display to make it easier for Braille users to know when a
new
window opens.
* In Microsoft Teams, addressed issues with reading chat messages
as
well as removed extra speech that was heard when attempting to join
a
meeting.
* Added necessary changes to JAWS to support Gaaiho Doc, Nuance
Power
PDF, and Nuance Power PDF once these products are released by
Nuance.
* Improved how JAWS reads incoming text when connected to remote
sites
using SecureCRT or other SSH software such as Windows TelNet.
* Added support for the latest Remote Desktop Terminal Services
client
from Microsoft.
* Due to issues with the Weather Research It lookup source, it will
no
longer appear in the Research It dialog box (INSERT+SPACEBAR, R) by
default until a solution is found. In addition, the Amazon Product
Search lookup source has also been removed due to ongoing issues
which
we are continuing to investigate.


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