Re: JFW 8.0.1163

Well, that's an absurd and unconscionable interest rate he's asking of you! 
I suggest contacting your local office of the National Federation of the 
Blind and a capable attorney immediately and we'll make these monsters pay 
for putting us in houses with glass roofs for exorbitant mortgage rates!


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Earlene Hughes" <earlene@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2007 11:52 AM
Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163


Hmmm, regarding the skylights, what happens when it hails? <big smile, and
a frown>

I'm talking to a loan officer at Chase.  I have to put 5% down for a no doc
loan.
At 11:27 AM 3/14/2007 -0700, you wrote:
>Oh. I see. I misunderstood.
>thanks.
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Anthony P Schnurr" <aschnurr@xxxxxxx>
>To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2007 10:02 AM
>Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163
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>Yardbird,
>
>The support notices and FAQ link is on the JAWS headquarters page. You
>don't need to go to the support page first.
>When you are on JAWS headquarters, search for FAQ and you should find it.
>
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>Anthony,
>I may not be understanding you clearly. I went to the FS site, and clicked
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>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>
>To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 1:17 PM
>Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163
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>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.
>From: "Anthony P Schnurr" <aschnurr@xxxxxxx>
>To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 12:17 PM
>Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163
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>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,
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>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
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>habit of using the Start menu Explore My Settings approach, though I'm not
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>criticizing it) and looked in the FS/Jaws 8/settings/enu  folder under the
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>Administrator, All Users, and Default User folders for default.jss
>and default.jsb
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>Note: This question won't be easy to follow for anyone who doesn't use
>Windows Explorer to go to these application data folders)
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>The only place I found these files was under All Users; in Default user, I
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>didn't even find a Freedom Scientific folder under Application Data. Fine.
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>Under Admin, I found only default.jcf. Only under All Users did I find the
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>full range of default files, including the ones referenced in relation to
>this issue.
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>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
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>User refer to what I see in the folder tree view as Default User? In other
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>words, am I okay on this?
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>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.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Anthony P Schnurr" <aschnurr@xxxxxxx>
>To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 10:33 AM
>Subject: Re: JFW 8.0.1163
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>Boris,
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>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.
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>Regards.
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>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
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>Why would I get this error message?  More importantly, how to I get rid of
>
>this message?
>
>Thanks,
>
>Boris
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-- Earlene
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