No, you get to keep both Replay Media Catcher 4 and 5 on your computer. They are two different programs. You should have both on your desktop as icons since you had RMC 4 already and bought RMC 5 recently.
If you do not see the start monitoring button on main UI do the following steps.
Choose display listview. Then find the library module/tab an press enter on it. Press alt+v for the view toolbar that is hold down the alt key and press V at the same time. Make sure all is with check mark except the always on top.
Now locate the Internet module tab on the main interface and press enter on it.
Press alt+i for the internet toolbar. Arrow down the list and enter on start monitoring.To view what was recorded for you press enter on the Library module/tab on the main interface. Locate the listview contents with your tab key.
To stop monitoring there should be a stop monitoring on the main UI but if you don't see it then either do these two options,
While the internet module/tab is active press alt+i and choose stop monitoring.
ORChoose the Library module/tab and press enter on it then locate the stop monitoring on main UI.
----- Original Message ----- From: "J. Landrum" <amber8844@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, August 03, 2013 10:23 AM Subject: [blindreplay] Re: Replay Media Catcher V5
On 8/2/13, Petro T. Giannakopoulos <petrogia@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:I am not a Windows Eyes user here but most of the steps should be similar except for when using the route JAWS to PC cursor, the left mouse click. If you see the welcome screen that contains a checkbox and the ok button just uncheck that checkbox and choose OK to get rid of it.Next thing to do is to change to listview so press alt+l and press enter ondisplay listview.Next press alt+v for the view toolbar and make sure all items have a checkmark next to them except for the 'always on top'. Read my past posts. Note I am using version 18.104.22.168 and not sure if this version has been released but is vastly improved with UI interface and settings and conversion settings screens. ----- Original Message ----- From: "J. Landrum" <amber8844@xxxxxxxxx> To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Friday, August 02, 2013 2:30 PM Subject: [blindreplay] Re: Replay Media Catcher V5On 8/1/13, Leslie Bee <leslie@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Another helpful series of tips from Petro: RMC 22.214.171.124 Blind Tester JAWS 14 Leslie please post to the blindreplay list. While on main UI I accessed the toolbar Library menu for both the settingsand conversion settings all is excellent. To access this I pressed alt+lwhile 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 notmake any modifications with it. Keep it as is. It works great. The blindJAWS 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 PCcursor 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 withkeystroke Numpad / on the numpad. this will activate/choose the plug-instab sheet properties. Go to PC mode with numpad +. So go ahead and press yourtab key to configure the settings for plug-ins. To go to a different tabsheet 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 keyThen use arrow keys to find the test 'internet tab' and when you find itpress 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 tabThese are tabs above so if you need to configure something within one ofthese 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 JAWSto PC cursor. Arrowing around. Find the tab you want and do aleft mouse clickon it. Go back into PC Cursor mode. Then use your tab key to jump to thevarious 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 Advancedinterface 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 CICS Test IBM UK Ltd MP 102 Hursley Park Winchester, Hampshire United Kingdom. SO21 2JN Tel: +44 1962 815531 (internal 245531) Internet: kevin_russell@xxxxxxxxxx<mailto:kevin_russell@xxxxxxxxxx> Unless stated otherwise above:IBM United Kingdom Limited - Registered in England and Wales with number741598. Registered office: PO Box 41, North Harbour, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO6 3AUHello, 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. --To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribein subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx--To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe insubject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxHello, Would you be so kind as to help me. I was all ready using replay catcher 4.4.5 and I loved it so I purchased version 5 since it no longer recorded as it used to. I was wondering do I uninstall version 4? I can't get verision 5 to let me select start recording on start up. I would like version 5 to work just like version 4. Please any advice would be welcome. I am sure there is something I am missing. --To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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