RE: Jaws and the Login Screen

hi if the other user is closing jaws then jaws is closed.  period end of
story.
there is no means of running it from the log on screen.
what you will need to do is one let jaws stay running.  this way you will
have speech threw out.
or two run the windows screen reader from the log in window with windows u
then log in with speech and then start jaws with your key stroke. 
hth 
 
 
Jim Grimsby JR.
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-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Katherine Schulz
Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2006 1:24 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: Jaws and the Login Screen


Hi, Everyone,
 
I am having a problem with speech on the login screen.  There are 2 users
and we each have a password.  I am the only one using Jaws as he turns it
off when logged on.  When we go to the login screen to switch members, if I
want to get on, there is no speech whatsoever and I have no way to tell
where I am.  Even when you use the keystroke to bring it back, it won't
work.  I have to have someone place the cursor on my password and then type
it in.  Then I have to turn Jaws on again.  Is this supposed to be this way
or can it be changed?
 
I have a Dell Demension310 and Windows XP Home Edition with Jaws 6.0.
 
Thank you for anything you can come up with to solve this problem.
 
Katherine


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