Heree is a more direct way to reecompile scripts. Open the program that
needs script compiling. Then prees insert 0 on the number row. Then press
control s to recompile. Press alt f4 to close. I can't remember if you get a
message asking you to confirm to save thee change, if you do just press
enter on yes.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Yardbird" <yardbird@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "JFW List" <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, June 18, 2005 4:23 PM
Subject: recompiling a script file
I think someone mentioned how to do this earlier, but it was only a few minutes ago that, for no reason I am aware of, I got what seemed like a system message advising me that a particular Jaws script file in my settings/enu folder needed to be recompiled in order to function properly with something or other.
I've gone to that folder in Windows Explorer and highlighted that script
file. Now what? I thought someone said to press Insert F2, so I got this
list of configuration menu choices and then a script manager. So I hit
Enter on this, and it seemed that it put me (I mean my cursor) into the
midst of a script file, from what I heard on that line of words and syntax.
But pressing Tab doesn't reveal any options or controls, and I can't figure
out what's going on.
I guess I'm not doing this right. will someone please explain how I should
recompile this script file?
Thanks. resed than
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