Re: jaws 6 .0 best feature bad implementation

The whole thing is that one of the things about programming a product is to 
bata check the item as well as possible yourself.  After this has been 
accomplished the product is put on the market.  It has been shown that the 
product would have greater benefits it this job was done as supposed to be 
done.  I've in the programming field myself, as well as having one of my 
children in the profession.  If either one of us would produced a program 
like some of these programs have been produced in placed in the market place 
we'd out out the door as far as a job.
Your Friend
dave

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Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2005 8:41 PM
Subject: Re: jaws 6 .0 best feature bad implementation


> Again, I agree.  In the end the public beta testing will make a better
> product and mean more sales and loyalty and halt the  shif towrd  not
> upgrading.
> Thanks,  Bruce,  all that  people want are pretty obvious improvements.
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Bruce Toews" <water_drinker@xxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2005 9:18 PM
> Subject: RE: jaws 6 .0 best feature bad implementation
>
>
>> If FS would go back to the public beta system, where end-users had a say
>> in the program they shell out the money for, a lot of these issues would
>> be non-issues. In my mind the biggest detrement to JAWS itself, and it's
>> this fact that makes it relevant to the list, is the fact that public
>> betas seem to have been abandoned, and you have to have to be very
>> influential to become a private beta tester. JAWS suffers because those
>> who make it isolate themselves.
>>
>> Bruce
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>> On Sun, 27 Mar 2005, Chris Feist wrote:
>>
>>> That explains why even with the progress bar announcement disabled I
>>> still
>>> here progress announcements when I'm downloading files from the 
>>> Internet,
>>> copying song files to my hard drive from a CD, etc.  Like most, I've
>>> permanently turned off the progress bar announcements feature inn 6.0 
>>> but
>>> would like to disable progress announcements in these other areas if
>>> possible.  It can get rather annoying, especially when it's a large 
>>> file.
>>> Can this be done?
>>>
>>> Chris Feist - The one and only!
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
>>> Behalf
>>> Of Francis Daniels
>>>
>>> The downloading of email progress is different from the page download
>>> progress bar.  They are different processes.  Downloading a program is
>>> something completely different.  That happens in a dialog box and is
>>> echoed
>>> on the task bar button, not on the Internet Explorer status line.
>>> Francis
>>>
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