Re: mouse over

Thanks Steve.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve" <k8sp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 9:53 PM
Subject: Re: mouse over


> Here ya go, Bob...
>
>
> Bulletin Type: FAQ
>
> Date Posted: 01/16/2004
>
> Product Name: JAWS for Windows
>
> Version: 5.0 plus
>
> Category: HTML
>
> Question:
>
> How do I get JAWS to stop speaking OnMouseOver information?
>
> Answer:
>
> HTML allows the author of a page to set an OnMouseOver attribute for
> most HTML elements that runs specified code, such as JavaScript or
> Visual Basic Script, when a visitor moves the mouse pointer over the
> HTML element. Often this is used to momentarily display text, graphics,
> or links.
>
> Beginning with version 5.0, JAWS recognizes the OnMouseOver attribute
> and, if it is set to display text or links as part of the page, provides
> access to that information. This can give you important information
> about an HTML page and it is recommended that you do not disable this
> feature. However, if you prefer that JAWS not speak OnMouseOver
> information, there are several options available. You can silence the
> OnMouseOver announcement or assign a sound to the OnMouseOver attribute
> announcement. Alternatively, you can temporarily turn off Element
> Attribute speech during your current Internet Explorer session, disable
> it for a specific Web site, or disable the feature entirely.
>
> To silence the OnMouseOver announcement:
>
> 1. Press INSERT+F2, select Configuration Manager, and press ENTER. 2.
> Press ALT+S to open the Set Options menu and press M to choose Speech
> and Sounds Manager. 3. In the Select Scheme combo box, choose Classic.
> 4. Press ALT+E to activate the Edit Current Scheme button.
>
> 5. Press CTRL+SHIFT+TAB until you move to the HTML tab.
>
> 6. Use the arrow keys to select OnMouseOver.
>
> 7. Press TAB three times to move to the Text edit box.
>
> 8. Press SPACEBAR to replace the existing text with a blank space. 9.
> Press TAB until you move to the OK button, then press SPACEBAR. 10.
> Press ALT+A to activate the Save Current Scheme As button. 11. Type in a
> name that is descriptive, such as "Stop On Mouse Over," then press ENTER
> to save the new scheme. When you use this scheme. JAWS will remain
> silent when you move to an HTML element that has OnMouseOver attributes.
> 12. Press ALT+F4 to close the Configuration Manager. Press SPACEBAR on
> the Yes button when JAWS asks if you want to save your current settings.
>
> To assign a sound to the OnMouseOver announcement:
>
> 1. Press INSERT+F2, select Configuration Manager, and press ENTER. 2.
> Press ALT+S to open the Set Options menu and press M to choose Speech
> and Sounds Manager. 3. In the Select Scheme combo box, choose Classic.
> 4. Press ALT+E to activate the Edit Current Scheme button.
>
> 5. press CTRL+SHIFT+TAB until you move to the HTML tab.
>
> 6. Use the arrow keys to select OnMouseOver.
>
> 7. Press ALT+P to select the Play Sound radio button.
>
> 8. Press ALT+W to activate the Select Wave File button. Use the arrow
> keys to select a sound file that you want JAWS to play whenever it
> encounters an HTML element with the OnMouseOver attribute. Press ENTER
> to activate the OK button and close this dialog box. 9. On the HTML tab,
> press TAB until you move to the OK button, then press SPACEBAR. 10.
> Press ALT+A to activate the Save Current Scheme As button. 11. Type in a
> name that is descriptive, such as "Sound On Mouse Over," then press
> ENTER to save the new scheme. When you use this scheme, JAWS will play
> the sound you selected when you move to an HTML element that has
> OnMouseOver attributes. 12. Press ALT+F4 to close the Configuration
> Manager. Press SPACEBAR on the Yes button when JAWS asks if you want to
> save your current settings.
>
> Note: If you turn off the Element Attribute Announcement option as
> instructed in the following procedures, then JAWS will not announce any
> element attributes you have specified in your current Speech and Sounds
> scheme. For example, if you are using the Classic scheme and you disable
> Element Attribute Announcement, JAWS will not announce the OnMouseOver
> or OnClick attributes.
>
> To temporarily disable the OnMouseOver announcement, along with other
> HTML Element Attribute announcements:
>
> 1. While in Internet Explorer, press INSERT+V.
>
> 2. Use the arrow keys to select Element Attribute Announcement. 3. Press
> SPACEBAR to choose Off.
>
> 4. Press ENTER to close the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog box.
>
> To disable OnMouseOver announcement, along with other HTML Element
> Attribute announcements on a specific Web site, you can use the
> Personalized Web Settings feature:
>
> 1. Go to the Web page and press INSERT+SHIFT+V
>
> 2. Use the arrow keys to select Element Attribute Announcement. 3. Press
> SPACEBAR to choose Off.
>
> 4. Press ENTER to close the Personalize Settings dialog box.
>
> To completely disable OnMouseOver announcement, along with other HTML
> Element Attribute announcements: 1. Press INSERT+F2, select
> Configuration Manager, and press ENTER. 2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+D to open
> the Default.jcf file. 3. Press ALT+S to open the Set Options menu, then
> press H to choose HTML Options. 4. Press CTRL+SHIFT+TAB to move to the
> Misc tab. 5. Press ALT+A to move to the Indicate Element Attribute check
> box. Press SPACEBAR to clear this check box.
>
> 6. Press ENTER to close this dialog box, then press CTRL+S to save your
> settings.
>
> 7. Press ALT+F4 to close the Configuration Manager.
>
> For more information about changing Web settings, refer to these FAQ
pages:
>
> http://www.freedomscientific.com/fs_support/BulletinView.cfm?QC=573
>
> In JAWS 5.0, how do I change the following settings: Language Detection,
> Wrap Navigation, and/or the announcement of web page elements like
> OnMouseOver?
>
> http://www.freedomscientific.com/fs_support/BulletinView.cfm?QC=531
> What is the difference between the new OnClick and OnMouseOver features in
> JAWS
> 5.0?
>
>
>
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