Okay, what does this program do and where do I get it from?
That is really strange Chris but I do believe you. Just a tip here to try - did you try shift + F10 instead of the right mouse click when in jaws cursor/review mode - not sure if this will work. Usually I am in jaws cursor then do the usual insert plus * key for right mouse click. Wish I could help you. guess we will have to wait for a newer powergramo version.
Try this: 1. Jaws cursor to the list of recordings. 2. Left mouse click on a recording. 3. do a right mouse click on the selected recording to see if the context menu appears fro you. Petro
--- Chris Skarstad <toonhead5@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Petro > That's the funny thing. When I uninstalled and re-installed, > it did not > ask me to password protect my recordings again. it's like it > remembered > from last time. Sure wish I hadn't done that now! > > At 07:12 AM 11/5/2005, you wrote: > >There is always another way but I would uninstall powergramo > and > >reinstall it and during the setup do not password protect > your > >files with a password. Does this program provide an uninstall > >option in the Programs menu and/or Control Panel's > Add/Remove? > > > >Thanks. > >Petro > > > >--- Chris Skarstad <toonhead5@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > > Hi Jonathan and all > > > > > > Ok, I think we're getting down to the problem, but I'm not > > > sure how to > > > reverse it. > > > When I initially set up Power Gramo, i saw a dialogue box > > > asking me to > > > enter a password to protect my audio files. So I entered > one, > > > thinking that > > > I would still be able to access them as Ogg files, but > they're > > > being saved > > > as .pga files. This is the power Gramo file extention, > and it > > > can't be > > > used with anything but Power Gramo. So now I need to > figure > > > out how to get > > > it to save everything as .ogg files rather than the PGA > files > > > it's saving now. > > > So if anyone has any idea as to how I can get Power Gramo > to > > > not password > > > protect my files I'd appreciate it! > > > > > > > > > At 11:15 PM 11/4/2005, you wrote: > > > >Hi Chris, yes if all is working Well, echo123 does get > > > recorded, it is just > > > >a regular Skype call. Am not sure what to suggest, as I > am > > > using a beta and > > > >it is possible things have changed a bit. > > > > > > > > > > > >Jonathan Mosen > > > >Blog, podcast and radio show: > http://www.MosenExplosion.com > > > >Ph: +1-925-566-9265. > > > >Mobile/SMS +1-806-252-6671 > > > > > > > > > > > >-----Original Message----- > > > >From: Chris Skarstad [mailto:toonhead5@xxxxxxxxxxx] > > > >Sent: Friday, 4 November 2005 5:07 p.m. > > > >To: blindCasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > >Subject: Power Gramo not working? > > > > > > > > > > > > Hi folks > > > >Ok, I didn't have any skype contacts online so I decided > to > > > be resourceful > > > >and atempt to call the echo 123 testing service on skype. > I > > > did and > > > >everything sounded fine, and just as Jonathan said, there > was > > > a Power Gramo > > > >menu in skype itself with all the options and everything > just > > > as it should > > > >be. However when I finished the test call, I went to the > > > place where I > > > >saved my skype calls and there was nothing there. I > wonder if > > > Power Gramo > > > >doesn't count that as a regular call and hence doesn't > record > > > that? If > > > >that's the case, i'll wait for someone to come online and > > > i'll give 'em > > > >a call and see how it works. I do have it set to record > in > > > Ogg format, and > > > >after that option is a scrole bar, not sure what that > does? > > > But it's set to > > > >100% . Still haven't quite gotten the hang of this > software > > > yet but it > > > >sure as hell looks promising! > > > > > > > > > > > >