[guispeak] Re: EdSharp 2.6 and FileDir 3.2 released

  • From: "Donald L. Roberts" <donald_roberts_99@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 15:42:51 -0800

Jamal, I cannot get Textpal to recognize the digit token, \d. 
Perhaps, it is operator error on my part, but please would you 
check this out?  Thanks.

Don Roberts

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jamal Mazrui" <empower@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <program-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; 
<programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <uaccess-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2008 7:53 AM
Subject: [guispeak] EdSharp 2.6 and FileDir 3.2 released



On February 18, new versions of EdSharp and FileDir offer the 
fixes and
enhancements described below.  First are improvements common to 
both, then
those particular to each.

Jamal


Fixed various visual aspects of menus, dialogs, and the status 
bar.  Fixed
the Context Menu, Shift+F10, producing an error if no "verbs" 
were found
in the Windows registry for the extension of the current file.

When LaTexProcessing is off (Shift+F12), fixed Alt+Control+PageUp 
and
Alt+Control+PageDown being used for matrix commands rather than 
changing
speech rate with the JAWS screen reader.  Used a more reliable 
method of
detecting whether the Window-Eyes screen reader is running.

Enhanced list-based dialogs with filter and order commands. 
Control+F
sets a filter to restrict what items are shown via wildcards (* 
to match
any sequence of characters or ? to match a single one).  For 
example, you
could browse replace-related commands in the Alternate Menu, 
Alt+F10, by
pressing Control+F after invoking that list and then entering 
*replace* as
the filter expression.  Control+Shift+F clears the filter so all 
items are
shown again.  The order of items may also be changed:  Alt+A for 
alpha
order, Alt+Shift+A for reverse alpha order, Alt+D for default 
order, or
Alt+Shift+D for reverse default order.

Open windows may now be visually organized according to common 
MDI
(multiple document interface) patterns.  The Window menu includes 
the
following commands:  Arrange Icons (Alt+F11), Cascade 
(Control+F11), Tile
Horizontal (Alt+Shift+F11), and Tile Vertical 
(Control+Shift+F11).

Use the new Environment Variables command, Control+E, to review 
or change
such settings of Windows.  Choose those of the current process, 
user, or
system as a whole.  Jump quickly to a particular variable based 
on its
initial letter, e.g., Alt+P for the PATH setting that determines 
where
Windows searches for an executable file that is not found in the 
current
directory.  Changes to process settings affect the current 
session of
EdSharp or FileDir, but not the next time it is run.  User 
settings take
effect when you log in again.  System settings take affect when 
you
restart the computer.


EdSharp 2.6
http://www.EmpowermentZone.com/edsetup.exe

As before, Control+Shift+G goes to another, more interactive 
environment.
The default setting has been changed from the Boo interpreter to
Interactive JScript, which is also separately available at
http://www.EmpowermentZone.com/ijs.zip
This environment is particularly useful for learning the library 
of the
.NET Framework and testing expressions that may be incorporated 
in
programming code, including EdSharp snippets.  It may also be 
used as a
simple, speech-friendly calculator, since most algebraic, 
trigonometric,
or date calculations may be done in JScript.
If you upgrade from a previous version of EdSharp, you can press
Alt+Shift+0 to reset configuration options to the latest default 
values.


FileDir 3.2
http://www.EmpowermentZone.com/dirsetup.exe

Fixed the Quick Folder command (Control+Q or GraveAccent) 
referring to an
old location.

----------
End of Document

** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe]
** If this link doesn't work then send a message to:
** guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
** and in the Subject line type
** unsubscribe
** For other list commands such as vacation mode, click on the
** immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=faq]
** or send a message, to
** guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the Subject:- faq 


-- 
I am using the free version of SPAMfighter for private users.
It has removed 7605 spam emails to date.
Paying users do not have this message in their emails.
Get the free SPAMfighter here: http://www.spamfighter.com/len


** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe]
** If this link doesn't work then send a message to:
** guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
** and in the Subject line type
** unsubscribe
** For other list commands such as vacation mode, click on the
** immediately-following link:-
** [mailto:guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=faq]
** or send a message, to
** guispeak-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the Subject:- faq

Other related posts: