Yes, I’ll be glad to copy it off when I see it again. Just BTW, I’ve never
seen it on my laptop which is also Windows 7 and the latest JAWS. The laptop
is much older, which is why I would have expected trouble. When it happens it
happens on a computer I only bought last May or June. Go figure.
[mailto:audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of David Bailes
Sent: Friday, September 22, 2017 8:08 AM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: odd problem
I don't know where the error message is coming from when you press the left
bracket key. Next time it happens, can you copy the text of the message dialog
(just press ctrl+c), and paste into a message for this list?
On 21 September 2017 at 19:09, don wardlow <wardlows97@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This will take a while, so get comfortable.
My computer has Windows 7, the latest JAWS and the latest Audacity (though I
don’t know its number.)
The odd thing it does doesn’t happen every day, thank heaven but when it does
it’s a pain in the neck.
I record radio broadcasts and later, when time permits I cut out the
commercials to only hear the parts I want.
I import the MP3 file into Audacity. I start to fast forward through to locate
the first commercial. When I find it, I hit P for pause and then try to hit the
left bracket key.
At this point I get an error message that says
“To use this feature you must enable the (Something) tool bar.”
Sorry, I didn’t copy down the message last time I heard it.
Anyhow I don’t know how to enable any_ tool bar including whatever one I am
being prompted to enable. So far, my only recourse is to get rid of the AUP
file, restart the computer, then import the original MP3 into Audacity.
This takes time.
If anybody else has a problem like this one and knows an easier answer, please
let me know.
Thanks as always.