Re: System Tray Icons

Hi All:
I, too, have checked and double checked all the settings mentioned here. And yes, I am also still having the problems with the system tray. And it does not matter whether I tab into the tray or use the Jaws + F11. In either case, it does not work reliably. As I mentioned in my original post that started this whole thing, it works 100 percent of the time on Windows 2000. It's only since I've begun using XP computers, that I have the problem.


And just for the record, there are five items in the system tray.

John

----- Original Message ----- From: "Rick Harmon" <rickharmon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2006 2:49 PM
Subject: Re: System Tray Icons



Jim,

I have checked my settings several times this morning and afternoon.  They
are set as FS and you state.  But I still have problems navigating the
system tray 100% of the time.

Rick



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----- Original Message ----- From: "Jim Grimsby" <jimgrims@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2006 2:41 PM
Subject: RE: System Tray Icons




It is indeed an FS problem if they don't bother to explain any of those
configurations you just described. And yes I did look at the FS Help and

guess what, it's not there.
Oh yes it is.  It is in the jaws with windows xp topic it clearly tells
you how your start menu for xp should be setup.
Here is the note in question.
Start Menu
List of 6 items
1. From Control Panel, Move to Taskbar and Start menu and press ENTER.
2. From the Taskbar page, press ALT+G to move to and uncheck Group
Similar Taskbar Buttons.
3. Press ALT+H to move to and uncheck the check box for Hide inactive
icons.
4. Press CTRL+TAB to move to the Start Menu page.
5. Select Classic start menu.
6. Press ENTER to close this dialog box.

list end
My own remarks.
Note step five is usualy optional but if you notus that you are having
problems  on your setup tracking menus or yes the system tray you should
do step five.
I have worked with jaws on over 200 computers now and have never needed
to do step five and after completing  the configuration for xp have
never had a problem with the system tray this is on any version of jaws
going back to 4.02 when xp was interduced.
Hth


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