RE: Windows media Player 9 and Jaws.

Hi, speed readers
Would you like more control of the speed in Mp3 files?

While In Media Player Turn on Speed settings by hitting alt v e for 
enhancements
check show enhancement
then arrow down to play speed settings (check).

I'm using JFW 5.00.844, Windows XP, Media Player 9.
When you want to change speed hit f8 to mute your mp3, now you will hear 
JFW 5 only.
insert plus control plus f for jaws find
press escape to move focus into the speed settings (happens to be near the 
centre of screen)
tab 9 times to snap slider to common speed (14 per cent is normal)
Press f8 to start playing your song again
Now use your arrow keys to control your speed.

You can also use media player menu or the jaws search as above and:
Read track info by tabbing to media playlist and next current playlist.
To jump forward or backward tab to Seek left right slider then use arrow keys.
To increase Media play volume tab to volume left right slider then use 
arrow keys.

Preston

At 06:48 PM 23/06/2004, you wrote:
>The only fix I have found so far is WindowEyes.  But, I'm still hanging =
>in
>for jaws to get with it.
>
>Have you also noticed that when tabbing through the task bar, Jaws takes =
>so
>long to say the button?
>
>Mark=20
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On =
>Behalf
>Of Anders Holmberg
>Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 2:16 PM
>To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Windows media Player 9 and Jaws.
>
>
>Hello!
>When i have windows media player is running in the background playing
>streaming audio or any thing else jaws seem to get focus problems. For
>example when pressing jaws key + f10 to get to the running aplications
>window the window flickers up and down on my braille display. This is =
>very
>iirritating. This alsom happens when in the media player. Does anybody =
>have
>a solution to this kind of problem? Thanks in advance. /Anders.
>
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