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A couple of jaws issues.

Ron Kolesar
 

Hello to my fellow jaws users.
I just got off of the phone with the MS disability hotline.
The experiment that we ran was this.
1. When you are moving folders and or a huge amount of files from one folder to another and or from one hard drive to another you do see the progress of how many files have been moved and how many files that still needs to be moved.
But what you do not see like in the good old days of win 7, you do not see the processor speed that takes to move the folders and all of the files that you're moving.
But you do see the speed of your processor when you switch to narrator.
it shows the total of all the files, how many files have been move and how many are left to be copied and or moved and it shows the speed.
But it dose not show the speed when you're using jaws.
2. Also, when you move files and or folders from one place to another, the less details is checked, when you uncheck that with the spacebar your more details or greater details does pop up at you but it is unchecked.
When you do click on more details, it goes back to the less details.
So, far those are the only two details that are not working within JAWS.
I just thought my fellow jaws users would like to know this and I welcome any feedback on these features that needs to be fixed and hope that they'll be in the next upgrade of jaws.
Very Thankfully Yours,
Ron Kolesar Ham Station KR3DOG
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

cheez
 

Eh, Ron, enlightenment me, please?
Why knowing the processor speed so important? Shouldn't knowing the task has been done be more important?
Just asking; not criticizing.

Vince

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Kolesar" <kolesar16417@...>
To: "JAWS User's Mailing List" <jaws-users-list@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 11:53 AM
Subject: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.


Hello to my fellow jaws users.
I just got off of the phone with the MS disability hotline.
The experiment that we ran was this.
1. When you are moving folders and or a huge amount of files from one folder to another and or from one hard drive to another you do see the progress of how many files have been moved and how many files that still needs to be moved.
But what you do not see like in the good old days of win 7, you do not see the processor speed that takes to move the folders and all of the files that you're moving.
But you do see the speed of your processor when you switch to narrator.
it shows the total of all the files, how many files have been move and how many are left to be copied and or moved and it shows the speed.
But it dose not show the speed when you're using jaws.
2. Also, when you move files and or folders from one place to another, the less details is checked, when you uncheck that with the spacebar your more details or greater details does pop up at you but it is unchecked.
When you do click on more details, it goes back to the less details.
So, far those are the only two details that are not working within JAWS.
I just thought my fellow jaws users would like to know this and I welcome any feedback on these features that needs to be fixed and hope that they'll be in the next upgrade of jaws.
Very Thankfully Yours,
Ron Kolesar Ham Station KR3DOG
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

Ron Kolesar
 

Just curious to see how hard my processer is having to work to move larger files and or larger folders from place to place.
Hope that answers your questions.
Ron Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

-----Original Message-----
From: cheez
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 15:56
To: jaws-users-list@groups.io
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.

Eh, Ron, enlightenment me, please?
Why knowing the processor speed so important? Shouldn't knowing the task
has been done be more important?
Just asking; not criticizing.

Vince

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Kolesar" <kolesar16417@...>
To: "JAWS User's Mailing List" <jaws-users-list@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 11:53 AM
Subject: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.


Hello to my fellow jaws users.
I just got off of the phone with the MS disability hotline.
The experiment that we ran was this.
1. When you are moving folders and or a huge amount of files from one folder to another and or from one hard drive to another you do see the progress of how many files have been moved and how many files that still needs to be moved.
But what you do not see like in the good old days of win 7, you do not see the processor speed that takes to move the folders and all of the files that you're moving.
But you do see the speed of your processor when you switch to narrator.
it shows the total of all the files, how many files have been move and how many are left to be copied and or moved and it shows the speed.
But it dose not show the speed when you're using jaws.
2. Also, when you move files and or folders from one place to another, the less details is checked, when you uncheck that with the spacebar your more details or greater details does pop up at you but it is unchecked.
When you do click on more details, it goes back to the less details.
So, far those are the only two details that are not working within JAWS.
I just thought my fellow jaws users would like to know this and I welcome any feedback on these features that needs to be fixed and hope that they'll be in the next upgrade of jaws.
Very Thankfully Yours,
Ron Kolesar Ham Station KR3DOG
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG




In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

cheez
 

Okay. Just wondered. Cool.

Vince

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Kolesar" <kolesar16417@...>
To: <jaws-users-list@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:55 PM
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.


Just curious to see how hard my processer is having to work to move larger files and or larger folders from place to place.
Hope that answers your questions.
Ron Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

-----Original Message-----
From: cheez
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 15:56
To: jaws-users-list@groups.io
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.

Eh, Ron, enlightenment me, please?
Why knowing the processor speed so important? Shouldn't knowing the task
has been done be more important?
Just asking; not criticizing.

Vince

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Kolesar" <kolesar16417@...>
To: "JAWS User's Mailing List" <jaws-users-list@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 11:53 AM
Subject: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.


Hello to my fellow jaws users.
I just got off of the phone with the MS disability hotline.
The experiment that we ran was this.
1. When you are moving folders and or a huge amount of files from one folder to another and or from one hard drive to another you do see the progress of how many files have been moved and how many files that still needs to be moved.
But what you do not see like in the good old days of win 7, you do not see the processor speed that takes to move the folders and all of the files that you're moving.
But you do see the speed of your processor when you switch to narrator.
it shows the total of all the files, how many files have been move and how many are left to be copied and or moved and it shows the speed.
But it dose not show the speed when you're using jaws.
2. Also, when you move files and or folders from one place to another, the less details is checked, when you uncheck that with the spacebar your more details or greater details does pop up at you but it is unchecked.
When you do click on more details, it goes back to the less details.
So, far those are the only two details that are not working within JAWS.
I just thought my fellow jaws users would like to know this and I welcome any feedback on these features that needs to be fixed and hope that they'll be in the next upgrade of jaws.
Very Thankfully Yours,
Ron Kolesar Ham Station KR3DOG
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG




In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

Larry Volk
 

The problem I am finding with this is that Jaws no longer reads the
progress/percentage unless I use the insert+t to read the top line of the
file transfer. When I click on the more info then I am able to use the
up/down arrows to keep watching the progress. I too hope that Jaws will fix
this issue.

-----Original Message-----
From: jaws-users-list@groups.io [mailto:jaws-users-list@groups.io] On Behalf
Of Ron Kolesar
Sent: July 13, 2019 12:53 PM
To: JAWS User's Mailing List
Subject: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.

Hello to my fellow jaws users.
I just got off of the phone with the MS disability hotline.
The experiment that we ran was this.
1. When you are moving folders and or a huge amount of files from one folder

to another and or from one hard drive to another you do see the progress of
how many files have been moved and how many files that still needs to be
moved.
But what you do not see like in the good old days of win 7, you do not see
the processor speed that takes to move the folders and all of the files that

you're moving.
But you do see the speed of your processor when you switch to narrator.
it shows the total of all the files, how many files have been move and how
many are left to be copied and or moved and it shows the speed.
But it dose not show the speed when you're using jaws.
2. Also, when you move files and or folders from one place to another, the
less details is checked, when you uncheck that with the spacebar your more
details or greater details does pop up at you but it is unchecked.
When you do click on more details, it goes back to the less details.
So, far those are the only two details that are not working within JAWS.
I just thought my fellow jaws users would like to know this and I welcome
any feedback on these features that needs to be fixed and hope that they'll
be in the next upgrade of jaws.
Very Thankfully Yours,
Ron Kolesar Ham Station KR3DOG
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or
Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

Hareth
 

File movement operations mostly limited by the speed of the storage
media, because its the slowest part in the file transfer process.

Ram and processor are much faster than the storage drives with data
reading and writing speed.
So it rarely uses more than 10% of the processor capacity with file
transfer tasks.
And the speed we see while copying or moving files
is the PC's HDD or SSD actual data writing speed limit.
Or the HDD read speed limit, if we move files from an HDD to an SSD
drive because SSD writing is faster than the HDD data reading speed.

On 7/13/19, Ron Kolesar <kolesar16417@...> wrote:
Just curious to see how hard my processer is having to work to move larger
files and or larger folders from place to place.
Hope that answers your questions.
Ron Ham Radio Station KR3DOG

-----Original Message-----
From: cheez
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 15:56
To: jaws-users-list@groups.io
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.

Eh, Ron, enlightenment me, please?
Why knowing the processor speed so important? Shouldn't knowing the task
has been done be more important?
Just asking; not criticizing.

Vince

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Kolesar" <kolesar16417@...>
To: "JAWS User's Mailing List" <jaws-users-list@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2019 11:53 AM
Subject: [jaws-users] A couple of jaws issues.


Hello to my fellow jaws users.
I just got off of the phone with the MS disability hotline.
The experiment that we ran was this.
1. When you are moving folders and or a huge amount of files from one
folder to another and or from one hard drive to another you do see the
progress of how many files have been moved and how many files that still
needs to be moved.
But what you do not see like in the good old days of win 7, you do not see

the processor speed that takes to move the folders and all of the files
that you're moving.
But you do see the speed of your processor when you switch to narrator.
it shows the total of all the files, how many files have been move and how

many are left to be copied and or moved and it shows the speed.
But it dose not show the speed when you're using jaws.
2. Also, when you move files and or folders from one place to another, the

less details is checked, when you uncheck that with the spacebar your more

details or greater details does pop up at you but it is unchecked.
When you do click on more details, it goes back to the less details.
So, far those are the only two details that are not working within JAWS.
I just thought my fellow jaws users would like to know this and I welcome

any feedback on these features that needs to be fixed and hope that
they'll be in the next upgrade of jaws.
Very Thankfully Yours,
Ron Kolesar Ham Station KR3DOG
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or

Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG




In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or
Best Whishes,
From Ron U.S. Ham Radio Station KR3DOG