[j-tools] J-Tools 3.0

  • From: "Brian Hartgen" <Brian.Hartgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <j-tools@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <tandt-news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2009 11:59:10 -0000


The latest release of J-Tools, version 3.0, has now been released and is
available from the J-Tools page of our web site at

This release is a compatibility upgrade to provide compatibility with
JAWS for Windows version 11.0, so the functionality you should receive
with this version is almost identical to version 2.0 of J-Tools.  Now
that we have this version available, we can start moving forward with
future updates including new features which we very much look forward to
producing.  We are very pleased with this release of the product given
that the latest release of JAWS version 11 was only released very
recently indeed.

Enjoy using J-Tools 3.0!

Brian Hartgen
Product Development Manager
Freedom Scientific approved script writer 
Dolphin Computer Access approved script writer

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