[access-uk] Re: Sendspace shortcut keys

  • From: "Sandra Henshall" <oceania@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 4 May 2007 19:48:01 +0100

Hi Andy,
I use Sendspace with window-Eyes all the time and have no problems.  First 
of all, though, I'd recommend that you register at least for a free account. 
If you don't, you'll get bombarded with pop up ad pages which get in the way 
and are hard to get rid of.  There's a sign up for free link near the top of 
the home page.  If you then log in to your new account, and make sure the 
remember me box is checked, which it is by default, you're automatically 
logged in every time you visit after that.
If you're downloading a file via a link sent to you in an e-mail, click on 
that link and when the page loads, press shift control F for the Window-Eyes 
find command and type the words, download link.  When Window-Eyes says, 
found, it's not that particular occurrence you want, but the next one so 
press insert F to find the words download link again and when you hear, 
found, arrow down once and you're on the link to download the file.  After 
that, it's just the standard download dialogue box.
to upload a file, log into your account, bring up the links list with insert 
plus tab and hit the letter U for upload.  Press enter.  When the page 
loads, pressthe letter C five times and you'll land in the edit box where 
you type the name of the file to be uploaded.  Press enter to turn off 
browse mode and either type in the name of the file or press Alt plus I for 
the look in dialogue and browse for the file.  Tab to the open button and 
press enter.  After that, tab through the fields, filling in the recipient's 
e-mail address and then tab to the upload button and press enter.  That's 
it.  The file is now uploading and you can check progress by using the mouse 
keys either by time elapsed, time left or a percentage.
Hope this has been of some use.


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