Re: JFW 8.0.1163

Anthony,
I may not be understanding you clearly. I went to the FS site, and clicked 
on the Jaws headquarters link.

There, I clicked on the support link. I could not find a link called support 
notices and FAQ.

Once On the support page, I clicked on FAQ. Again, I didn't see links named 
as you describe them, below.

On the FAQ page, I found no mention of, or link to, anything called Get 
Bulletin for Jaws.

So, I need more help with directions. Thanks a lot. Sorry if I got something 
wrong.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Anthony P Schnurr" <aschnurr@xxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163


A TSN is a Technical Service Bulletin.  There may be more than 1 way to
get to them but an easy way to get to the JAWS specific bulletins is to go
to Jaws Headquarters and find the Support notices and FAQ link.
From there find the Get bulletin for JAWS button and you will be presented
with a list of all the JAWS TSNs.


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Okay, thanks. As far as how my own XP home SP 2 system is set up, there's
no
one here but me, and I installed Jaws myself. I can't remember the
installation procedure, but I think it offers a choice at one point to
install under one of several categories, and maybe I chose All Users at
that
point? Just don't remember. I'm not shown anywhere as "owner" on my PC,
but
I think it's generally running under Administrator. Yes, I heard somewhere

that this makes you more vulnerable to attacks by the Jihadist hackers or
something, but I'm not experiencing any outside attack problems, so far.

One question: What is the area of the FS site to which you're referring as

TSN? What does that stand for? I might like to get into the habit of
surfing
it now and then, myself.

Thanks.
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Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163


Yardbird, I would say that if you are not having these errors and there
are no default script files in your user path, then you have no reason to
worry.  I didn't have this problem either.  I only knew about it since I
occasionally check for recent TSNs so I can keep up with what FS has
solved.
Note, your user path depends on the way users are set up on your PC.  Many
times it is owner under Win XP, however, it could be what ever either you
or an administrator had set up as your Windows user name.
Hope this helped.


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Hi Anthony,

Thanks for providing this link to the FS instructions for remedying that
problem. I have a question. Though I'm using the referenced recent Jaws
update, I haven't encountered this problem. I  would like to be sure
there's
no need for me to delete any files to make sure this doesn't happen to me
in
the future, though.

So I looked in my c:\Documents and Settings folder (I've never adopted the

habit of using the Start menu Explore My Settings approach, though I'm not

criticizing it) and looked in the FS/Jaws 8/settings/enu  folder under the

Administrator, All Users, and Default User folders for default.jss
and default.jsb

Note: This question won't be easy to follow for anyone who doesn't use
Windows Explorer to go to these application data folders)

The only place I found these files was under All Users; in Default user, I

didn't even find a Freedom Scientific folder under Application Data. Fine.

Under Admin, I found only default.jcf. Only under All Users did I find the

full range of default files, including the ones referenced in relation to
this issue.

So, would this mean that for some reason, the way I have this computer set

up, I'm not in any danger at all from this problem? Does the term Personal

User refer to what I see in the folder tree view as Default User? In other

words, am I okay on this?

Thanks to anyone who can either reassure me that I don't need to do
anything
or, if appropriate, caution m to delete those two files from All Users,
even
though I don't seem to have a problem? Thanks.
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Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 10:33 AM
Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163


Boris,

FS has a TSN covering this issue at:
http://www.freedomscientific.com/fs_support/BulletinView.cfm?QC=1175
It will walk you through the steps on how to remove a default script file
from your personal settings folder.

Regards.

Tony


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Hi List,

I recently upgraded to JFW 8.0.1163 and am now getting an error message
when
using the insert down arrow command.  The actual message is "  Unknown
function call to:  IsMagicRunning

Why would I get this error message?  More importantly, how to I get rid of

this message?

Thanks,

Boris

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