[jawsscripts] Re: script to block text

Hi Jamal,

I've prefixed those hotkeys I do not want to function, but in the case of
Internet explorer, for example, my Alt + Home continues to do something
other than return to my home page.  I made my adjustments in the JKM file
associated with IE.  I placed a semicolon before Alt+I.  Thoughts?

Joe Orozco

"A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the
crowd."--Max Lucado 

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Subject: [jawsscripts] Re: script to block text

Hi Joe, Rick, and others,
I appreciate your interest in aspects of HomerKit and wish it 
all worked well for you.  Unfortunatly, I am unable to provide 
much support for this project at present.  I developed the 
scripts for compatability with JAWS 6 through 8.  I still 
regularly use them with JAWS 9 and 10 and am aware of others 
who do.  We do not use all features I had developed, so there 
are undoubtedly bugs that either were always there but not 
found before, or
which arose due to changes in JAWS versions after 8.0.   I intentionally
distribute HomerKit as both an executable installer and zip 
archive in order to allow people to pick and choose components 
as they see fit.

As you probably know, script sets distributed by FS are put in 
an All Users folder, and other scripts are put in a different 
folder.  That means you can restore FS functionality by 
deleting files in the user script folder.  Simply navigate 
there via the "Explore My Settings" option of the JAWS program 
group within the Windows Start Menu.

In general, I have tried to avoid key conflicts in the 
application script sets, (besides MS Word) and to mention 
conflicts that do exist within the HomerKit documentation.  It 
includes hotkey summaries.  I think pressing
Insert+H twice quickly in any supported application also brings up a hot
key summary.  Finally, the associated .jkm file can be examined 
for hotkey assignments, and individual ones can be disabled by 
prefixing the line with a semicolon (;) character (which turns 
a line  into a comment).

I welcome help debugging problems found in the scripts and will 
include code fixes that folks contribute within the main 
distribution (developers are also welcome to fork the 
distribution if that approach is not satisfactory).

Thanks for your understanding!

Jamal

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