[bct] Re: great podcasts, all

  • From: "Hope" <musicofhope@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 22:51:05 -0500

Hi Mary,
I'm so glad you liked the Celtic podcast.  It was truly great fun to do it.
I'm glad you liked Blair Douglas's tune as well.  That is an especial
favorite of mine as well.
Sorry you're having such dismal weather.  I hope it improves for you.

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  Subject: [bct] great podcasts, all

  Hi list,

  The podcasts in the past week have been really great. Welcome to the new
podcasters; Pam, yours was interesting not only for dog guide users, but for
just plain animal lovers like me. Rick, your Nero part 1 was interesting. I
wonder if you could use shift plus tab to go backward through those long
dialog boxes, to avoid having to wade through all that stuff just to change
one thing. Sometimes that doesn't work, though.
  Hope, thanks for another Celtic podcast. I especially enjoyed the final
song you played.

  Would it help any of you if I did a podcast on the Jaws configuration
manager and the basics, voices, and braille menu items in Jaws 7? It would
probably be out of date with the next Jaws release, but, having spent hours
over the past few years setting this stuff up, maybe some of my discussion
would help someone. I don't set everything, but I do change a lot of things.
I also tend to skip over stuff I don't know or don't need to learn, but most
of it is fairly familiar.

  Maybe somebody can balance this out with some Window Eyes and Hal menu
setting descriptions too.

  Mary, who hopes it isn't as stormy where you are, as it is here; it's a
mess out there! Wind and rain for the next week...
  Mary Emerson
  E-mail: maryemerson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Skype name: mkemerson
  Podcast web site: http://www.emerson.libsyn.com
  Podcast feed: emerson.libsyn.com/rss

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