[JScript-Dev] Re: Updated Yahoo Script

  • From: Dang Hoai Phuc <danghoaiphuc@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2007 20:11:49 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Rahim,
You do not make any wrong change. You can examine that
problem by going to the Yahoo Messenger window and
activate the Script Manager. You can see our script
file is not attached to the Yahoo Messenger
application more. In the previous version of YM, it is
associated with YahooMessenger but for th latest one,
it is associated with te name YahooM~1 so you need to
modify again in the Config_name.ini file. You open
that file an add one line below:
YahooM~1=Yahoo Instant Messenger
Hopeit works for you.
Phuc
--- Silatul Rahim Bin Dahman <stncom@xxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> I just upgraded to Yahoo Msgr 8.1 and used the same
> script but the alt plus 1, 2, 3, etc are not
> working. When pressed, it just says "Alt 1" and
> doesn't read the last message. Have I done something
> wrong? 
> 
> Secondly, I need jaws script for Kapaskey anti
> virus..  Does anyone know where can I download it?
> 
> Many thanks.
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Dang Hoai Phuc 
>   To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>   Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 10:52 AM
>   Subject: [JScript-Dev] Re: Updated Yahoo Script
> 
> 
>   Hi Sugiyo,
>   As you told before that it can run very well with
> the script that we wrote together in the workshop.
> If so, there is no clue to say that the new updated
> script cannot run. You can check with following
> points:
>   1. Can you check again in the Defualt.jss file to
> see if it includes the line: Use "YIMHelper.jsb"?
> Note, the file we wrote together was named
> "YMHelper.jsb" not YIMHelper.jsb. 
>    2. The second thing you need to check is inside
> the WindowCreatedEvent function, do you insert the
> right function or not? The line to call the function
> should be like this: CheckForYAlerts(hWindow)
>   3. Can you find the file YahooMessenger.jsi and
> does it look correctly with values when you read it
> with NotePad?
> 
>   Do you compile the Default.jss successfully?
> 
>   Try to compile all related script files such as
> Default.jss, Yahoo Instant Messenger.jss and
> YIMHelper.jss.
> 
>   In case of still not working, please zip all
> modified script files such as: Default.jss,
> ConfigName.ini, YIMHelper.jss, Yahoo Instant
> Messenger.jss
>    etc and send to the list for everybody to have
> alook at.
>   Phuc
>     ----- Original Message ----- 
>     From: Sugiyo 
>     To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>     Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 9:22 AM
>     Subject: [JScript-Dev] Re: Updated Yahoo Script
> 
> 
>     Hi Kai and all
> 
>     Actually, all the short-cut is running well
> except the indication for online and of line.
> 
>     Sugiyo
>       ----- Original Message ----- 
>       From: kai 
>       To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>       Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 11:16 AM
>       Subject: [JScript-Dev] Re: Updated Yahoo
> Script
> 
> 
>       Dear Sugiyo,
>       did you already change the file
> "configname.ini"?
> 
>       Kai.
>         ----- Original Message ----- 
>         From: Sugiyo 
>         To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>         Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 4:55 PM
>         Subject: [JScript-Dev] Re: Updated Yahoo
> Script
> 
> 
>         Dear Kai and Vuk
> 
>         Thank you for the reply. Actually, I have
> changed in the verbosity to be enabled or on, and I
> have edited the default file script. However, it
> still doesn't work. When I used the script we
> created together in the training, it works well. But
> it doesn't work when I use the last posted script.
> 
>         With warm regard
>         Sugiyo
>           ----- Original Message ----- 
>           From: kai 
>           To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>           Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 6:20 AM
>           Subject: [JScript-Dev] Re: Updated Yahoo
> Script
> 
> 
>           Sugiyo,
>           please go to check your virbosity,
> 
>           RGDS,
>           Kai.
>             ----- Original Message ----- 
>             From: Sugiyo 
>             To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>             Cc: trainerscorner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>             Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 3:58 PM
>             Subject: [JScript-Dev] Re: Updated Yahoo
> Script
> 
> 
>             Dear Vuk
> 
>             Thank you verymuch, I have installed it
> in Jaws510. 
> 
>             Anyway, after I installed the script
> from you, there is no indication when some one
> online and of line. Any suggestion for this problem?
> 
>             Best Regard
>             Sugiyo
>               ----- Original Message ----- 
>               From: Dang Hoai Phuc 
>               To: jscript-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>               Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2007 2:02 AM
>               Subject: [JScript-Dev] Updated Yahoo
> Script
> 
> 
>               Hello All,
>               How are you and how is your continuing
> with Jaws scripting after the workshop in Vietnam? I
> know that some of you are exploring more with FSDN
> and the scripting manual and more. Hope you can
> share together about your work relating to Jaws
> scripting issues. I am sending you the updated Yahoo
> scripts in attached. I hope that you can explore the
> code and get more ideas. I just just fix the say
> most recent message and add the feature to copy chat
> messages by pressing Control+alt+x (where x is the
> message number you want to copy to the clipboard).
> For any questions, please post it here.
>               Regards,
>               Phuc
> 
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