This is a comprehensive set of text documentation for the JAWS 13.0 screen reader from
The following 38 files are included in the archive: Basics_of_Scripting.txt braille.txt builtin.txt default.txt FIND.TXT fsdn.txt HJAdmin.txt HJPad.txt JAWS 13 Updated Functions.txt JAWS 13 Updated Scripts.txt JAWS Quick Start Guide.txt JAWS Tandem Quick Start Guide.txt jconfig.txt jdiction.txt JFW.txt jkey.txt jscript.txt JTandem.txt Keystrokes.txt NavigationQuickKeysSample-Word-2003.txt PackagedDirReadMe.txt PersonalizedSettingsDirReadMe.txt PlaceMarkerDirReadMe.txt PlaceMarkers Readme File.txt popapps.txt Readme for Personalized Web Settings.txt ReadMe.txt Remote.txt ScriptingManual.txt SettingsCenter.txt SettingsPackager.txt SoundsDirReadMe.txt SPELLING.TXT tutorial.txt What's New.txt winvnc.readme.txt XTraSpeechAndSoundsManager readme.txt ZipDirReadMe.txtAt least two files are targeted toward beginning script writers: the Basics of Scripting tutorial (Basics_of_Scripting.txt) and the original scripting manual called "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Writing JAWS Scripts, But Didn't Know Whom to Ask" (ScriptingManual.txt). Advanced scripters may appreciate the reference manual for the Freedom Scientific Developer Network (fsdn.txt). They may also value the analysis of differences between the scripting languages of JAWS 12 and 13. 109 functions and 28 scripts are documented, respectively, in the files
JAWS 13 Updated Functions.txt and JAWS 13 Updated Scripts.txtA function or script was considered updated if it is either new in JAWS 13, or its documentation has changed since JAWS 12.
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