Recent changes:Miscellaneous fixes. Added merge support for .jgf files. During a merge, if a file with the same name as a container file already exists, it is now backed up with a numeric suffix, e.g., to Default_01.jss. Made JSX compatible with 64-bit Windows. Included latest version of Inno Setup. Added three optional script sets: JFW Technical, JLS Utilities, and Script Template.
At the end of the installation process for the complete JSX application, six script sets are now offerred. These options are unchecked by default. You can check one ore more of them to install their zip archives with JSX, i.e.,
BX, the Jaws toolbox, by Doug Lee HomerKit, the Homer script library and editor interface, by Jamal MazruiJFW Technical, menu-driven inspector of Windows environment, by Michael Curran
JLS Utilities, advanced alternative to JAWS home row mode, by Jim Snowbarger
Script Template, a template for event-based scripting of JAWS, by Jamal Mazrui
Scripts for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008, by contributors from the blind programming community
These zip archives are stored in a zip subfolder of the JSX program folder, located by default at
C:\JSX\zipShortcuts for installing them are included in the JSX program group on the Start Menu, so they may be installed at a later point, not just during installation of JSX.
A shortcut and zip archive are also made available for reading full documentation of JAWS, itself, in "structured text format." These are .txt files with organizational conventions that add navigational benefits of .chm files (the help format installed with JAWS). EdSharp, a powerful, speech-friendly editor, recognizes structured text format, and has hotkeys for efficiently searching topics or navigating sections within it. This free editor is available at
AppStamp, utility for updating a package from a web server HomerJax, registration-free COM server with web client and XML support IniForm, utility for creating a dialog from an ini fileInPy, custom Python interpreter (including code snippets for 35 web client tasks)
Thus, the JSX distribution has become a powerful collection of developer tools for JAWS scripting. Free, open source contributions by blind programmers provide valuable components and utilities.
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