Re: Click this baloon to fix this problem.

George, I pasted it and got it to compile.  My bet is when you copied and 
pasted the lines, some of them wrapped to two lines.  Check the script and 
make sure that each script statement is on a single line.
Also then I got a compile error I needed another end if.  So I put another 
at the end.
Then, smile, you didn't paste the name of the script.  But at the end you 
have an EndFunction not EndScript statement.
Anyway after getting it compile though, I tried it and it said clicked the 
balloon.
But I don't have any balloons right now, ha ha.
I'm not sure but I think this script would work to click a balloon if one 
was still on the screen.
Debbie


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "George Zaynoun" <george.zaynoun@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 9:56 AM
Subject: Re: Click this baloon to fix this problem.


Yes Debbie I did and I cannot find it, I am trying to make the following
script which I got forwarded for me and I added it to the end of default.jss
but when I attempt to compile it the script manager protests and says
missing endquote, I am not cleaver at these things but look below and
reformulate for me please if you can, regards.

Var
String SClass, ; The name of the window class.
String SName, ; The name of the window.
Handle HWND ; The handle of the current window.
Let SClass = GetWindowClass (GetFirstWindow (FindTopLevelWindow
("Shell_TrayWnd",  "")))
Let SName = GetWindowName (GetFirstWindow (FindTopLevelWindow
("Shell_TrayWnd",  "")))
Let HWND = GetFocus ()
GetFocus ()
If SClass == "tooltips_class32"
& SName != "" then ; Click the baloon.
SayFormattedMessage (OT_NO_Disable, "Clicked help baloon.", "Clicked.")
SetFocus (GetFirstWindow (FindTopLevelWindow ("Shell_TrayWnd",  "")))
SaveCursor ()
RouteJAWSToPc ()
RoutePcToJAWS ()
{LeftMouseButton}
SetFocus (HWND) ; Return the focus to its previous window.
Else
if SClass != "tooltips_class32"
|| SName == "" then ; State that a help baloon wasn't found.
SayFormattedMessage (OT_No_Disable, "Help baloon not found.", "Not
found.")
EndIf
EndFunction
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Debbie Scales" <debbie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 3:09 PM
Subject: Re: Click this baloon to fix this problem.


Usually if there is a pop up balloon you can often find the item relating to
it in the system tray.
After you get the pop up have you went to insert f11 to see if you can find
it?
Debbie
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "George Zaynoun" <george.zaynoun@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 4:46 AM
Subject: Click this baloon to fix this problem.


Hello all!

Whenever I try to turn on my braillino that I use with two computers via
bluetooth a baloon pops up asking me to click it to do what I want, this
baloon disappears and reappears after a while repeatedly. Is there a
keystroke in jaws to click such messages and if not how to make a script for
that purpose?


Many thanks, George.

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