Re: System Tray Issue

I've done that as well by using Windows M to minimize all apps and then 
tried it. The list is not hidden, I can view the items, just not open or 
activate them from the sys tray.

Brad


trouble wrote:
>Sounds like the item list is being hide. Try minimizing everything then do
>the f11 and see if works.
>
>At 09:44 AM 2/10/04, you wrote:
> >David,
> >
> >Yes accessing the system tray is not the issue, I generally use INS F11,
> >but activating an item in the system tray such as Norton Anti-Virus, or as
> >in one case I have now, a listing that says there is one document waiting
> >for me, which I believe resulted in an error I'll ask about in another
> >message at a later date. Use to be, you could highlight the system tray
> >item and press enter and it would pop up a dialog box to open the
> >program,  and other choices depending on the program or item you opened.
> >
> >Right now if I'm on the desk top and press INS F11 and try accessing an
> >item there, it gives me options to sort icons and etc. If I'm in Eudora and
> >press INS F11 and try accessing a tray item it gives me option to send a
> >message and etc. from a Eudora menu. How can I access a tray item once the
> >sys tray is opened and an item is highlighted?
> >
> >Brad
> >
> >
> >David Poehlman wrote:
> > >There are two ways to access the system tray in xp.  One is to tab to it
> > >while your apps are minimized and arrow through the options and press
> > >shift+f10 on them and the other is to press jaws key+f11 anywhere or 
> almost
> > >anywhere and get a list of them in a convenient dialog.
> > >
> > >----- Original Message -----
> > >From: "BD" <bram4@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >To: "JFW List" <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 9:15 AM
> > >Subject: System Tray Issue
> > >
> > >
> > >When viewing the system tray, and then trying to  activate an item by
> > >hitting the enter key, I get a dialog box giving options to sort icons and
> > >etc. from the desk top. A couple times I've been able to successfully
> > >activate the item but nearly all not. With an older Jaws one had to bring
> > >focus first to the desk top and then access the tray to be able to 
> read the
> > >listing. Is there a similar trick to be able to activate items in the
> > >system tray using JFW 5.0 in XP Pro?
> > >
> > >Thanks,
> > >
> > >Brad
> > >
> > >
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