[blindreplay] Re: Replay Music

  • From: "Petro T. Giannakopoulos" <petrogia@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 18 May 2014 20:17:17 -0400

Bookmark your website or websites in your browser's favorites first.
Within Replay music 6,
When you click the start record / record button the dialog screen appears. 
Within this dialog screen choose the 'open browser' button. This will open your 
browser program with a RM6 webpage. Go to your favorites / bookmarks you have 
in your browser for the media. Do not play the media though. Press alt+tab to 
go back to the Replay music 6 dialog screen where you had previously clicked on 
the open browser button and choose the OK button. You have put RM6 in record 
mode now but it is not recording yet for you until you play the media. Press 
alt+tab to go back to your opened browser and play the media. See what happens. 
To stop recording go to Replay music 6 and choose the stop recording button. 
Examine the list view within RM6.

Can you provide me the website URL you are trying to capture?

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Rob 
  To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2014 5:50 PM
  Subject: [blindreplay] Replay Music

  Greetings all,



  Replay Music Version 6.10 01-23-2014

  Windows 8.1

  Firefox 29.0.1

  Internet Explorer Version: 11.0.9600.17107

  JAWS Version 15.0.8021  


  Previously, when I was using Windows XP, I had found a technique that worked 
every time so that RM would record the stream and not JAWS or other system 
sounds.  However, that technique does not seem to be working here on Windows 
8.1.  There has got to be a better way to have RM record what is desired 
without having it try to guess what  to record.  If there was a button or 
checkbox that simply stated record what is being requested by browser "fill in 
the blank", then it wouldn't be so difficult to have it not record speech 
produced by an accessibility service.  In addition, the "Open Browser" button 
has not helped with this issue and it has its own draw backs.  Currently, I use 
Firefox as my default browser, but I do not have Flash installed.  The site I 
want to record uses Flash which would be fine if I could pick Internet 
Explorer.  This way, I am forced to either install Flash on Firefox or switch 
my default to IE, which I did do temporarily just to see if it made a 


  So is anyone using a similar configuration to what I currently have 
successfully?  If so, what steps or settings do you use?


  Thanks for any assistance with this issue,


  n  Rob


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