to add a standard user, after opening the add user link:
1. On the how will the user sign in page, tab to the sign in without a
microsoft account link, and open the link by pressing spacebar (enter doesn't
work - words fail).
2. On the Add a user page, tab to local account button and press it.
I'm not quick sure what you mean by getting the script folder structure to
appear. If you you've run Jaws as that user, then the Jaws folder stuff should
be there in the roaming profile.
On Thursday, 4 February 2016, 2:55, Gary Campbell <campg2003@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Okay, they've made things so easy I can't figure it out!
Can anyone tell me how to add a user on Windows 10. By "user" I mean
just a standard PC user-- no e-mail, no birthday,no phone, no inviting
them to whatever?
I want to set up a standard user so I can install as not an
administrator. If I can do that, will I have to reinstall JAWS to get
the script folder structure to appear?
On 2/1/2016 4:14 AM, David Bailes wrote:
I came across a problem installing the script. When I tried to install for
only the current user, a dialog opened saying it could not complile
audacity.jss (details below). I then tried to install for all users, and that
was fine. I was installing from a standard user account, and then entering an
admin password in the user account control dialog.
The full text of the dialog was:
Could not compile audacity.jss, SCompile returned -1
Couldn't open file audacity.jss for reading
. Retry compile?
On Friday, 29 January 2016, 19:51, Gary Campbell <campg2003@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have just posted a new beta release of the JAWS script for
Audacity. This release features installer changes for
multi-language support. Currently English and Spanish are
supported. Silence Preview has also been updated to support
I am particularly interested in feedback from people with
non-English JAWS installations, since I don't have access to such an
Please note that although the installer installs and compiles the
scripts into the selected language folders, the JAWS script compiler
always compiles the script files for the language of the
currently-running version of JAWS. Therefore, after installing you
will need to run JAWS with each of the other languages and compile
the scripts "manually". This is a kind of silly implementation but
it's the best I've come up with so far given the way the script
ompiler works. I am open to any suggestions!
The script has a new home. The script is now hosted on GitHub. You
can download the 2.1.0-beta3 installer here.
The installer exe for the current "official release" is also there (although
not the same binary file, it should have been built from the same source and
should be functionally equivalent).
You can view the latest README. (This may be newer than the one in the beta
Let me know how it works for you.
The audacity4blind web site is at
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