Media catcher works like a charm. ----- Original Message ----- From: Petro T. Giannakopoulos To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2013 1:02 PM Subject: [blindreplay] Re: folder structure for replay radio 9 Hi Life Thank you. It is the same sort of thing with JAWS. You have to use route JAWS to PC cursor to find the folder dropdown. Have you tried the other method? When you are in the scheduler and right before the ok button you will hear No Conversion Setting. When you hear this No Conversion Setting press your down arrow key to find the various conversions. You may have to use spacebar or your ENTER key on No Conversion Settings then down arrow. Go down to where it saids, Output Folder submenu and see if works for you this way. RR9 does a fine job when it comes to recordings so for now let's be thankful for that. How is Replay Media Catcher 5 treating you? ----- Original Message ----- From: Life My Way To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2013 1:01 PM Subject: [blindreplay] Re: folder structure for replay radio 9 for those of you who are using window eyes. if you want to try this do the following. to Organize the folders 1. enter on the program you want to have a folder.2. use your window eyes mouse and either go to the bottom right, or bottom left. 3. then use your number 8 key on the num pad and go to where it says media folder. 4. do a left mouse click and choose new folder. make your folder. Now when on the media folder item do the left mouse click and choose your created folder. THat should get the folder right for what you want in folders.