Visual 2005 With Jaws

  • From: "Marvin Hunkin" <startrekcafe@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 10:40:18 +1030

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                          Marvin Hunkin Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 10:52 AM

                          Jacob Kruger <jacobk@xxxxxxxxxxx> Mon, Feb
18, 2008 at
                        4:31 PM
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                        Not 100% sure, but this used to defintely be
                        necessary/worth a try since I
                        know that in the old days it was in fact required.

                        When in the code editor, hit Jaws + F2 and move down to
                        the configuration
                        manager, then when it opens, use Alt + S to go to the
                        set options menu, move
                        down to Window Classes, and hit enter on it, then when
                        it opens (you might
                        first need to 'assign' a new window class allocation,
                        tab until you get to
                        where it allows you to 'tell' it what type of control
                        you are in, and move
                        down to multi-line edit, tab to ok, and hit space, then
                        Ctrl + S to save the
                        configuration changes, and then alt + F4 to close the
                        configuration manager.

                        This should change the way it 'reads' the code
window to
                        you.  Like I said,
                        not 100% sure if this is still
required/recommended, but
                        maybe check with
                        the other guys on the blind programming
mailing lists as

                        Apart from that, just go through the list of script
                        assigned hotkeys and see
                        if you come right.

                        Also, to be honest, I'm actually a bit out of practice
                        with this stuff since
                        I've basically been working in PHP etc. for the last 6
                        months or so, but,
                        FWIW, I'm actually starting a new job today and will
                        also be working in
                        VS.Net 2005 etc. mostly doing ASP.Net or
classic ASP. so
                        should, hopefully,
                        get on track soonish - LOL!

                        Stay well

                        Jacob Kruger
                        Blind Biker
                        Skype: BlindZA
                        '...Fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'

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                          Marvin Hunkin <startrekcafe@xxxxxxxxx> Tue, Feb 19,
                        2008 at 10:29 AM
                        To: Jacob Kruger <jacobk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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                        okay, will try that, and what class should i assign?
                        and now, the blind programming site is down, and maybe
                        might forward
                        this to the blind programming list if that is okay.
                        e-mailed James Holme, and he said they are recoering
                        from a virus,
                        that is why the site is down.
                        cheers Marvin.

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