[j-tools] Re: J-Tools with Jaws 12
- From: "G.W. Cox" <gwcox2@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: <j-tools@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2010 10:27:44 -0600
There is the leverage on Freedom Scientific that some people like me won't consistently use the new version of Jaws until J Tools can be used with it. I may be cruising right along in Jaws 12, find I want to use extended selection or pull something out of text notes and have to jump back to Jaws 11. Jerry ----- Original Message ----- From: Brian Hartgen To: j-tools@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2010 8:47 AM Subject: [j-tools] Re: J-Tools with Jaws 12 Not yet, and it won't be for some time to come. However, the good news is that we are putting measures in place starting early in the new year to be much more responsive to jaws changes and product updates. From: j-tools-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:j-tools-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Stuart Deadman Sent: Saturday, 30 October 2010 4:14 AM To: j-tools@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [j-tools] J-Tools with Jaws 12 Is J-Tools compatible with Jaws 12 yet? Stuart Deadman From: j-tools-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:j-tools-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Brian Hartgen Sent: 28 August 2010 22:59 To: j-tools@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [j-tools] Re: a suggestion for a future release of J-Tools Hi Selection in PDF documents ought to be fairly easy to do, consider it to be on the list. Excel is another one which people seem to want. From: j-tools-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:j-tools-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Luis Eduardo Peña Sent: Saturday, 28 August 2010 11:51 AM To: j-tools@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [j-tools] a suggestion for a future release of J-Tools Hi Brian, I have always found pdf documents challenging to read using Jaws. This is not a Jaws fault but in many instances the result of not following certain guidelines on the part of the document developer. Moreover, the manipulation of its contents is difficult to achieve due to the fact that in many instances the documents are protected. Thus copying and pasting becomes almost impossible unless the pdf is saved as a text file or is converted to a text file using an OCR program such as K1000 or Open Book. It would be great if the functionality of J-Tools could be extended to pdf documents. Brian, you are so clever in developing features that one has never Kind regards, Luis thought off that perhaps you might be able to come up with tools that could make pdf documents more friendly for the Jaws user.