[jawsscripts] Re: Are there jaws scripts for spy ware blaster?

These scripts, if I remember correctly, were done by Miss Debbie 
Scales. I am sure she would be intersted in helping because she had a 
real servent's heart. However, we cannot ask her because she moved on 
to a different plane of existence a few years ago.

Someone plese correct me if I am wrong on the authorship of the 
scripts. The old scripts can still be found in the program section up on

http://www.jfwlite.com/programs.html

hth

Doris




At 09:51 AM 5/1/2009 +1000, you wrote:
>Hi Chris & Doris and david.
>
>right. ok, well please pardon my ignorance upon that one.
>and Thanks for setting us straight about the different purposes for the two
>types of spyware applications.
>
>Since you also seem to be aware of the existence of Scripts for previous
>versions which david has referred to before if memory serves,
>Are you perhaps aware of the identity of the author's of those scripts, with
>the view to asking them personally if they are interested in any ongoing
>development for them? although I suppose if they had been, then scripts
>supporting the new versions of spyware blaster would've been readily
>available from wherever those previous ones had been gotten.
>Since you are obvoiusly users of this program, and have managed to drive the
>program successfuly using the jaws Cursor, perhaps you and david could
>communicate personally
>as regards this, since there seems to be significant enough difficulties
>there that I don't believe this is the first time David has sought
>assistance with operation of this program?
>
>It just seems to me david, that if all this is not forthcoming, it might be
>worth for you, either:
>A. tracking down the developers of spyware blaster itself, and finding out
>how aware they are of accessibility issues, and seeking to highlight for
>them, some of the issues your facing as a blind user, and in doing so,
>seeking to gage their interest in helping make their program more accessible
>from the, "back end," where of course the most joy/benefit  would be gained,
>for them as well as for wider community,
>if their interest/motivation as regards
>increasing accessibility to their software for the most people, was excited.
>Rather than tracking down a script based solution, which of course is
>continually going to break every time a new version of the software is
>released, especially if the developers have no idea as yet, about
>accessibility issues or concerns.
>
>B. find another program which does a similar job, (there'd have to be stacks
>I'd have thought,) that might be, "out of the box," more accessible/drivable
>for you, than this program obviously is?
>have you as yet sought to follow either of these A or B tracks, as outlined
>above?
>
>
>geoff c.
>
>
>
>Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2009 10:34 PM
>Subject: [jawsscripts] Re: Are there jaws scripts for spy ware blaster?
>
>
> > Spyware Blaster and Superantispyware are two different programs with
> > different functionality.
> >
> > Superantispyware detects and removes spyware while spyware blaster
> > prevents installation of a lot of spyware in the first place by using
> > a sort of blacklist to prevent spyware from getting into the computer
> > in the first place.
> >
> > There used to be jaws scripts for it but the interface of the program
> > has changed so that the scripts no longer work. It is possible to use
> > the program by using the jaws cursor, hthough. I am not sure if this
> > is scriptable.
> >
> > Cheers,
> >
> > Doris
> >
> > At 10:26 PM 4/30/2009 +1000, you wrote:
> > >David. you always use the jawsCursor, if you want to simulate a mousClick
>on
> > >anything.  the jaws Cursor is the same as the mouse. so when your
>navigating
> > >with the jaws cursor, you are moving the mouse around the screen.
> > >
> > >But this will very often not identify controls as buttons etc, if the tab
> > >key doesn't do so.  So you still need to know where this button is, or
>have
> > >some way of knowing what potentially numbered graphic, which it might
> > >identify itself as, is the next button etc.
> > >
> > >Have you thought of trying superantiSpyware? it's a very accessible
>program
> > >out of the box it seems to me.
> > >
> > >---
> > >From: "david ingram" <dingram269@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >To: <jawsscripts@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2009 1:22 PM
> > >Subject: [jawsscripts] Are there jaws scripts for spy ware blaster?
> > >
> > >
> > > > Hi list members, i'd like to know if there are jaws scripts for spy
>ware
> > >blaster?  If so, where can i get them from?
> > > > The reason why i ask this question is because i'm having a problem
>with
> > >going through the tutorial when i need to choose the item that says
>manual
> > >updating, But i'm not sure if this is a dialog or a button.  There is
>also a
> > >next button, but i'm not sure what cursor that i need to use to semulate
>a
> > >mouse click for that button whether it should be the jaws cursor, pc
>cursor,
> > >or the invisible cursor.  I would appreciate any information that any one
> > >might have about this, thank you.
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