RE: Hope Windows Live mail support gets better in Jaws 13

In Windows Live Mail Do the following steps to label the "unread" and
"attachment" graphics in the message list, so they will be announced.

 

1. First make sure that within the Windows Live Mail application that it is
configured to read labeled graphics. Without Configuration Manager set this

way, the message status will never get read.

 

2. Temporarily set the verbosity to read all graphics by pressing
Insert+V=adjust jaws options, now press the letter G until you hear
"Graphics". Press the Spacebar until it announces "all",

then press Enter. .

 

3. Move to an unread message, then route the JAWS Cursor to the PC Cursor by
pressing Insert + NumPad minus (-).

If your using a laptop layout, you would press caps-lock-key+left bracket.

 

4. Navigate     to the left of the unnamed graphic message by pressing
Ctrl+Left-arrow.

 

5. Press Insert+G to label the graphic. Type in "unread" without the quotes,
and press Enter-key.

 

6. Press the NumPad plus to make certain that the PC Cursor is enabled.

 

7. Move to a message with an attachment, then route the JAWS Cursor to the
PC Cursor.

 

8. Move on top of the unnamed graphic to the left of the message by pressing
Ctrl+Left-arrow.

 

9. Press Insert+G to label the graphic. Type in "attachment" without the
quotes, and press Enter.

 

10. Press the NumPad plus to make certain that the PC Cursor is enabled.

 

11. Set the verbosity back to read labeled graphics by pressing
Insert+V=adjust jaws options, then press G until you hear "Graphics". Press
Space until it announces "labeled",

then press Enter.

 

From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Anthony Hodgetts
Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 4:00 PM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Hope Windows Live mail support gets better in Jaws 13

 

Hi folks.  When I was using Windows XP outlook express worked fine it would
tell me when I had new mail when you went over each message it said unread
message, also it would tell me when I had an attachment neither happens in
Windows Live mail now.  Sure it tells you you have so many new messages but
I think that is important as is the knowing you have attachments without
having to look for them.  Again fix what is broken don't make all kinds of
new stuff that may come in handy.

Anthony

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