Re: Skype 8 language and prefix key
Ah, I thought Notepad would be an option there... so here is one alternative:toggle quoted message. . .
Open "Explore My Settings" for your JAWS version using your Start menu or Start screen, or otherwise navigate to that folder manually. One manual approach would be to open %APPDATA% from the Run box, then go to Freedom
Scientific, JAWS, your JAWS version, Settings, fra (if that's your language code; I forget that one).
Find skypeelectron.jcf and press Shift with the Applications key. This gets you a longer Context menu than usual.
From this extended menu, select "Copy as path" to get the full path of the file onto the clipboard.
Now open Notepad, type Ctrl+O, and paste that path into the box to open the file there.
Find the [MKCSOptions] line, then the line below that. Edit what comes after the = sign to be the key you want. Save with Ctrl+S and test. If this does not work, try using a name for the key; e.g., ` versus accent.
If you did not find a [MKCSOptions] line at all, go to the bottom of the file, add one, then on the next line enter something like CommandKey=[ (replacing [ with your key of course). Save with Ctrl+S and test.
On Wed, Oct 10, 2018 at 01:28:42PM +0200, Jean Philippe wrote:
I need to know how to do this. First, do you have to open this file in
notepad? How do you do this? If I type Application key on a JCF file, and go
to open with, notepad is not in the list.
Then, do you do a search for MKCSOptions?
Le 10/10/2018 ?? 13:07, Doug Lee a ??crit??:
Yes, the jcf. The jss would contain a default value, but the jcf is where any updates to it go for a user; so the jcf setting will override the jss value for that key if found.
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