Re: Volume Controll

Ryan,
I've been messing with them quite a lots, lately. That's why I want a quick way 
to get to them. 
But all my messing about hasn't made the icon appear in the system tray list 
view. Any other ideas?

BTW, my name is Dana (D A N A), not Donna, even if you have to tell JAWS  
dictionary manager that Dana=dayna, before it pronounces it correctly.)

Blessed Be,

Dana

D. S. Leslie, nÃe C. R. Guttman
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Skype: dsleslie
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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: ryan west 
  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 8:02 PM
  Subject: Re: Volume Controll


  Hello Donna,

  I am not sure why it is back but I now have volume.  I did go into sounds and 
audio and mess with some of the balance and up down sliders.  Again not sure 
why it is back but maybe you can mess around with some of the sliders and it 
will appear, like magic.
  Ryan West

  Email:  ryanwest47@xxxxxxxxxxx

  Msn messenger, and Skype sign in:  ryanwest47

  Each day after your born is one day closer to your death so make every day a 
special one!
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Dana S. Leslie 
    To: JFWList 
    Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 4:28 PM
    Subject: Re: Volume Controll


    Adam,

    As I indicated in my original message, I've done all of that, and done it 
several times. If it had had the expected effect, I wouldn't have posted here, 
asking if anyone knows why it hasn't. And, as Ryand indicated in his post, at 
least one other person running XP Home seems to have had the same problem 
appear only after installing the new JAWS 6.20. So, to repeat my original 
question, does anyone here know what is going on with, apparently, the 
interaction between XP Home, JAWS 6.20, and the volume Control icon, that is 
preventing the latter from appearing in the system tray, or being read by JAWS 
6.20, if, in fact, it is there but is not being seen by JAWS?

    Blessed Be,

    Dana

    D. S. Leslie, nÃe C. R. Guttman
    Email: DSLeslie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Skype: dsleslie
    Web: ÃE OL' PHILOSOPHIE SHOPPE
    Your Source for Discounted Ideas
    http://members.cox.net/dsleslie2/
      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: Adam 
      To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
      Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 7:05 PM
      Subject: Re: Volume Control


      Hi Dana,

      Try the following:

      Open your Control Panel,

      Locate Sound and Audio Devices and open it,

      Tab to the check box âPlace volume icon in the task barâ, and press 
the space bar to check it.

      Apply using Alt + a, and hit Enter for OK.

      Close the Control Panel. Normally, the volume icon should appear in your 
System Tray. Please let us know if detailed navigation is needed.

      Good luck!

      Adam



      Dana S. Leslie wrote: 
        Well, it's good to know it's not something *I've* done wrong. But, does 
anyone else know anything about how to correct this. 

        Dana 
        ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ryan west" <ryanwest47@xxxxxxxxxxx> 
        To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
        Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 4:04 PM 
        Subject: Re: Volume Control 



          Hello, 

          Not sure what the problem is, however I am experiencing the same 
thing.  I am running windows xp home and jfw 6.2.  This problem just started. 
          Ryan West 

          Email:  ryanwest47@xxxxxxxxxxx 

          Msn messenger, and Skype sign in:  ryanwest47 

          Each day after your born is one day closer to your death so make 
every day a special one! 
          ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dana S. Leslie" 
<dsleslie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
          To: "JFWList" <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
          Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 11:32 AM 
          Subject: Volume Controll 



            On the Volume tab of the Sounds and Audio Devices dialogue of 
Control Panel, I have the check box checked to show the Volume Control icon in 
the system tray. But it does NOT appear in the system tray, even after I 
reboot. Does anyone know what might be going on here -- whether this is a 
Windows XP issues, a JAWS 6.20 issues, or what? 

            Thanks. 

            Blessed Be, 

            Dana 

            D. S. Leslie, nÃe C. R. Guttman 
            Email: DSLeslie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
            Skype: dsleslie 
            Web: ÃE OL' PHILOSOPHIE SHOPPE 
            Your Source for Discounted Ideas 
            http://members.cox.net/dsleslie2/ 

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