Re: New Version of audibleManager and New Scripts

Hi,

I appreciate your careful instructions very much.  But I don't understand 
everything you suggest.  It seems that first you say to recompile these 
brand new script by launching Audible Manager, then bringing up a Jaws menu 
with Insert F2, shooing the script management item, pressing control s to 
compile.  As I understand it, this will automatically locate the correct 
file, I believe the one with the .jss extension, for this purpose.  In other 
words, I should not have to go looking for the file in Windows Explorer, 
select it, and then do something (what that would be, I'm not sure).  Yes?

And then you say there's yet another .jss file somewhere else on the hard 
drive, and I should find it and somehow invoke that same recompile function? 
By pressing Insert F2 while I'm on that filename, wherever it is?  That's 
all I can imagine doing.

I hope you see that I am misunderstanding something here.  Please explain. 
I have downloaded the new script files according to the instructions given 
in email and in the FAQ section on Audible, and pasted them into the folder 
that opened when I went to Explore My Settings in the Jaws program submenu.
So is this all right, so far, and now do I just have to launch Audible 
Manager, press Insert F2, choose the script manager function, and do that 
procedure?  Or must I also look for other files on my hard drive using 
Windows Explorer and do something special to one of them, as well, without 
Audible Manager loaded?

thanks.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nermin Hasic" <voy44@xxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2006 3:46 PM
Subject: Re: New Version of audibleManager and New Scripts


Hi Yardbird,

maybe the scripts aren't compiled yet?
To compile them, open the audible files that have the extension .jss with
the script manager.
You can open the script manager using the command JAWSkey+F2, then selecting
the Script manager from the list, or even easier, from within audible, open
the script manager with JAWSkey+0, meaning 0 above the letter p, not the
Numpad.
To compile them, press control+S, and JAWS should report a successful
compile with something like "compile complete".
Close the scripts with control+F4.
As I recall, there was another file included with the script set with the
extension .jss, locate it either from the script manager with control+O, or
you can also open it from the Windows explorer.
Compile this script with control+s and close script manager.
See if that helps when using audible.

Good luck,
Nermin






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