[macvoiceover] Re: Reposting these 2 questions.

Hi Ricardo, and Ashley, Thanks so much for replying. Kind regards.
Jason

On 5/27/11, ashley <ash.cox@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have the same problem about vo not working with the low battery. the
> reason, if i'm correct, is because the mac shuts off (or pauses)
> non-essential processes when it goes into recovery mode.
> to add a bookmark to the bookmarks menu, in the add bookmark dialog
> there is a popup button, in that there is the option 'bookmarks menu'.
>
> ash
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> On 27/05/2011 20:10, Jason Dasent wrote:
>> Hi Ricardo,
>>       Thanks a lot for the battery tips. Can you please also offer some
>> help with my second questions regarding bookmarks in safari? How about
>> voiceover not working once the low battery warning is given, is this
>> normal? Thanks again.
>> Jason
>>
>> On 5/27/11, Ricardo Walker<rwalker296@xxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I believe 5 hours of battery life is about what one can usually expect
>>> with
>>> average use.  A little more if your not viewing or listening to media.
>>> Here
>>> goes a few things you can do to conserve your battery.  First, if you
>>> have
>>> no use for the screen, turn down the display brightness to 0%  You can do
>>> this by pressing F1 and F2 or function F1 and F2 depending on how you
>>> have
>>> your function keys set up.  Second, in system preferences, go into
>>> displays.
>>>   In here, select the displays tab.  Now uncheck automatically adjust
>>> brightness.  If this is dimmed, you need to set your brightness to at
>>> least
>>> 5% to have this option undimmed.  You can also turn off keyboard
>>> illumination.  Go to system preferences/keyboards.  And under the
>>> keyboard
>>> tab, uncheck Illuminate keyboard in low light conditions.  Next, I would
>>> turn off bluetooth if not using it.  And lastly, you can turn off the
>>> infra
>>> red receiver for remote controls.  To do this go to system preferences,
>>> and
>>> then security.  You can find the checkbox to turn this off under the
>>> general
>>> tab.
>>>
>>> hth
>>>
>>> Ricardo Walker
>>> rwalker296@xxxxxxxxx
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>>> www.mobileaccess.org
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On May 27, 2011, at 1:25 PM, Jason Dasent wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi every one,
>>>>      Since there were problems with the list, I am reposting these 2
>>>> questions. Thanks to Nicole for replying the first time. Any other
>>>> help would be appreciated.
>>>>> Hi every one,
>>>>>     Thanks to every one who helped me with my first few mac
>>>>> questions. If I may ask 2 more?
>>>>> 1.  How much battery time do you all get on the macbook pro? I read
>>>>> that I should get 7 hours, but I only get about 4.5 to 5 hours. Could
>>>>> this be because I am using voiceover? Also, voiceover stops working
>>>>> when I get the reserve power warning. Is this normal?
>>>>>
>>>>> 2.  When ever I press command d in safari to add a bookmark, it adds
>>>>> it to top sites. However, I can't get to my bookmarks, the ones I
>>>>> saved in top sites via the bookmarks menu. I have to tab to the button
>>>>> that says show top sites and vo space on it every time I want to go to
>>>>> one of my bookmarks. Can some one please tell me how to get to them
>>>>> via the bookmarks menu? Also, please run through the steps to get to
>>>>> them via the top sites button, since it seems to be hit and miss right
>>>>> now.
>>>>> Thanks in advance for any help.
>>>>> Jason
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