[blindreplay] Re: Replay Media Catcher V5

  • From: "J. Landrum" <amber8844@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2013 14:30:52 -0400

On 8/1/13, Leslie Bee <leslie@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Another helpful series of tips from Petro:
> Blind Tester
> JAWS 14
> Leslie please post to the blindreplay list.
> While on main UI I accessed the toolbar Library menu for both the settings
> and conversion settings all is excellent. To access this I pressed alt+l
> while on the main UI screen or could have press alt+f for the file menu and
> then right arrow for the library menu items where the settings and
> conversion settings items appear.
> The settings and conversion settings do not work with ctrl+tab but do not
> make any modifications with it. Keep it as is. It works great. The blind
> JAWS user will know to use his route JAWS to PC cursor command.
> Then do a left mouse click with JAWS to press/activate the tab sheet tabs
> that he wants to look at.
> Then he should go back to PC cursor mode with numpad +.
> The route JAWS to PC Cursor keystroke is
> Insert+Num Pad minus
> Use arrow keys to find the tab sheet text that he wants to configure or take
> a glance at.
> For example, locate the Monitor, plug-ins, rtmp, http and the others you
> have on one of the tab sheets in the Internet settings. Route JAWS to PC
> cursor with insert+numpad minus then use arrow keys to find text 'plug-ins'
> and place focus on letter p on plug-ins and do a JAWS left mouse click with
> keystroke Numpad / on the numpad. this will activate/choose the plug-ins tab
> sheet properties. Go to PC mode with numpad +. So go ahead and press your
> tab key to configure the settings for plug-ins. To go to a different tab
> sheet repeat the steps above.
> So,
> While in main UI, main interface press enter on Library.
> Insert+t for title bar.
> It should say library in title bar.
> Press alt+l to bring up the library toolbar menu items.
> Arrow down one time.
> Settings item is heard. If not, then up arrow one time.
> Press enter on settings.
> The settings tab sheet properties appears.
> You will land on one of the tab sheets. One of these will say tab checked. I
> don't know for you but one of these will say checked.
> Use your right and left arrow keys to review the tabs mentioned below.
> The tab sheets are
> Library tab, Internet tab, Audio tab, History tab.
> You may hear settings tab too but no problem.
> For me the Library tab says checked. so I know I am in the Library tab
> property sheet properties which I can examine by pressing my tab keyboard
> key each time one by one.
> Try it.
> Say you want to view the Internet tab sheet next within this settings screen
> you would do a route JAWS to PC cursor command which is
> insert+ numpad minus key
> Then use arrow keys to find the test 'internet tab' and when you find it
> press your JAWS left mouse click which is numpad / on the numpad say on the
> letter I on the text internet tab. You will hear JAWS say to you Internet
> tab checked.
> Go back to PC cursor. Numpad +
> You know now that you are in the Internet tab property sheet so press your
> tab keyboard key to jump to the different settings you can configure.
> Note, the Internet tab sheet has some additional tabs within it.
> They are,
> Monitor
> http tab,
> http adv tab,
> rtmp tab,
> rtmp adv tab,
> dynamic tab
> BT tab,
> Naming tab,
> Plugins tab,
> ad blocker tab
> These are tabs above so if you need to configure something within one of
> these you will have to see which one is selected
> For me the Monitor tab is checked. JAWS tells you it is by it speaking
> Monitor tab checked.
> Want to go to a different tab then use the steps above again. Route JAWS to
> PC cursor. Arrowing around. Find the tab you want and do aleft mouse click
> on it. Go back into PC Cursor mode. Then use your tab key to jump to the
> various settings within that tab sheet.
> On Aug 1, 2013, at 1:41 AM, Kevin Russell
> <kevin_russell@xxxxxxxxxx<mailto:kevin_russell@xxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> Hi
> I've just purchased Media Catcher V5.  I'm using JAWS and I'm wondering if
> anybody can give me some quick tips and tricks for getting started.
> I'd like to get to the Advanced option as I'm guessing that the Advanced
> interface will be similar to Media Catcher V3.
> I decided to buy this as I believe it's much faster in terms of not always
> doing real time downloads.
> Also, any news on the new product that was mentioned on this list a few
> weeks ago.
> Many thanks.
> Cheers
> Kevin
> Kevin Russell
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Hello, Can you please poast using replay catchers with window-eyes? I
purchased replay catcher 5 last night and I am using window-eyes. Any
help would be gratefully appreciated.
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