[access-uk] Re: JAWS 7.0 and Internet Explorer 6

Mel,

I've tried this page at home, with XP Home and now at work, with XP Pro. They both appear to work ok with Jaws 7.0.

I'd guess it may be something do do with the configuration of IE, or perhaps the way Jaws on your work machine is setup, but I can't thik of anything particularly helpful just now, sorry.

Tink.

----- Original Message ----- From: "Mel Spooner" <mel.spooner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 4:02 PM
Subject: [access-uk] JAWS 7.0 and Internet Explorer 6



Hi All,

I have a strange problem with the latest version of JAWS and Internet
Explorer.  An example is when I go to www.natwest.com.  If I select the
login link, I am then taken to
https://www.nwolb.com/default.aspx?refererident=6376461EDBD2BD0F60DA1E948D
5E4C46DB8263ED&noscr=false&CookieCheck=1.  However, JAWS 7 will not read
this page apart from the title.  It also does not recognise any links.

I can access this page no problem on my home machine which is also running
JAWS 7.  The only difference is that I am running XP home and home and XP
Pro at work.

Hope this makes sense to someone.  does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks - Mel

Mel Spooner
edIT Help Desk
Nottinghamshire County Council
Tel   0115 854 6116
Email mel.spooner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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