[macvoiceover] how to ad a service to an application:
- From: David Poehlman <david.poehlman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2009 10:30:06 -0400
to fill in the details, here is exactly how to do it.1> open the application for which you want to ad a service. I am not certain, but once you ad the desired service to an application it will be available in all applications for which it applies. Note, to see all of the listed services for an application that have to do with text, select some text before proceeding.
2> open the application menu for instance, if you use mail for this example, open the mail menu, arrow down to services and press down arrow till you hear "services" submenu". Press right arrow, down arrow to "services preferences". and press enter. Note, this puts you in the keyboard shortcuts tab of the keyboard payne of system preferences. 3. tab to the shortcuts categories table and down arrow to "services". Tab to the list and down arrow to "text" it will say "mixed checkbox checked" one more down arrow will give you" ad to itunes as a spoken track". if this is what you want and it is unchecked, press space to check it and quite system prefs.
I hope this helps.
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