[accesscomp] Re: problem closing nonresponsive programs

  • From: "Desiree Oudinot" <turtlepower17@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: accesscomp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2008 15:51:51 -0400

Maybe you can try going into the task manager and ending the program
that way. Jaws usually responds well when you do that, but I know it
can be a pain to find the end program button sometimes, especially
when Jaws is slow to respond. I hope that helped.

On 8/30/08, Marcus Williams <marcus72@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I use a program called Amberlit to convert .lit files into text, rtf, html
> and so on.
> Occasionally, a file causes the program to misbehave and a message stating
> the program needs to close.
> The problem is that JAWS will go silent and it is difficult to figure out
> how to know if I'm on the "end program" button.
> If there's something I can do that doesn't involve turning off my computer,
> I sure would like to know.
> Marcus

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