[j-say list] Upcoming podcasts of J-Say technology

  • From: "Brian Hartgen" <Brian.Hartgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <j-say@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 30 May 2012 13:21:42 +0100

Hi everyone!


Now that J-Say 10 has been released, we would like to produce some more
short podcasts focusing upon using J-Say to good effect.


With excellent help from Sue Martin, we updated the podcasts when J-Say
9.0 was released to reflect its new features.  I certainly intend in the
near future to record a podcast demonstrating the new custom menu
feature and some examples of its use.  But we were wondering if there
are any other topics people may like to have demonstrated in very short
audio podcasts?  These are not a substitute for training but a short
overview as to how a particular function works.  J-Say contacts may be a
good example of a podcast we may produce.


Here is a list of the items we produced at thhe 9.0 stage.


Introduction which included some basic dictation.


My Words.

Selecting Files in Windows Explorer.

Program Markers.

Folder Shortcuts.

J-Say and Audio Transcription.


Proof Reading.


All suggestions are very welcome and thanks for reading!





Brian Hartgen

Product Development Manager

Freedom Scientific approved script writer 

Dolphin Computer Access approved script writer


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