[jawsscripts] Re: driver

This may sound odd. But check to see if the text is white on black. JAWS
9 has designated white text on a black background as highlighted text
and it will read it automatically on refresh.

If the text is white on black and you don't have any other highlighted
text that you want spoken in the app., you can just go into the
NewTextEvent and put a semicolon in front of the SayHighlightedText
call.
 
Alice
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Subject: [jawsscripts] driver

Hello all.
I am using  a mud client for whom somebody wrote a driver to make jaws
read the incoming text.
With jaws 9 however, the text is now being read twice by jaws for some
odd reason.
What do I need to put on the say none highlighted text, and the say
highlighted text functions to stop this?
It only happens in a one window where the new text comes in.

Thanks.

D C


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