[nabs-l] email, highlighting, and languages
ryan.l.silveira at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 02:51:12 UTC 2015
I am not sure why JAWS is reading “misspelled” before the words that are spelled incorrectly. I never had that problem when I used JAWS. You might want to check your verbosity settings (insert V). As for why it would do it in Firefox and not IE, I have no idea. I’m not sure you can select non-consecutive lines using JAWS. I have never actually come across any way to do it, but I will check for you. With your third question, I can definitely help. I took Spanish in middle school an high school and found it very easy. You can put JAWS in Spanish, as well as several other languages. I can look up how to change languages on the Braille Sence, but I’m sure there is a way to do it. You will need to learn the braille symbols used for letters with accent marks. If you like, I can e-mail them to you off-list, as well as detailed instructions on how to put JAWS, your iPhone and your Braille Scense in Spanish. Sorry I couldn’t help much with your other questions, but I hope my Spanish advice helped.
Ryan L. Silveira
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> On Jan 8, 2015, at 9:38 PM, Anna Givens via nabs-l <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I have three separate questions. I need to know how to highlight
> non-consecutive lines of text without using a mouse. I know how to
> highlight, but when you need to skip lines of text I don't know how.
> I also would like to know why when I am writing an email in my g-mail
> account using firefox JAWS reads it differently then when I do it in
> IE. Instead of just reading through the text I have written, it
> announces "misspelled" everytime it there is a word that is mispelled.
> I happen to find that very annoying, I just want it to read through it
> misspellings and all. But it doesn't do that in IE. I want to use
> firefox though. Thoughts??? Suggestions??
> Last question is kind of broad: How do you study Spanish as a blind
> person. I am coming up on a Spanish class and would greatly
> appreciate any advice I can get. I use JAWS and have a Braille Sense
> as well. I also have an IPhone with VO, and a stream.
> I would love to hear from people who have done this, and how did you do it.
> Thanks as always,
> Anna E Givens
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