[jaws-uk] Re: Braille markings

  • From: "Harding, Wally" <Wally.Harding@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jaws-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 11:06:44 -0000

I'll come back to you if I find out the answer, but I'm having the same thing 
happen to me, but on an Alva.

Wally Harding
RNIB Hi-tech support

-----Original Message-----
From: jaws-uk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jaws-uk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On 
Behalf Of Scott Wood
Sent: 16 December 2004 10:44
To: Jaws list
Subject: [jaws-uk] Braille markings

I have noticed this with previous versions of JFW and now with V6.  
I have an 80 cell Powerbraille and I like to turn off the dots 7 and 8 markings 
for highlighting etc.  I do this by going into config manager, selecting 
default.jcf, settings, braille options and then going into the markings 
dialogue, unchecking everything.
Still, in Outlook anyway, the braille highlighting is still coming up.  What's 
going on? When I look at Outlook.jcf it tells me that highlighting is checked 
even though I unchecked it in the default.jcf.  
Any light that can be brought to bear on this rather puzzling occurrence would 
be greatly apreciated.  BTW, I am so far pleased with V6 for responsiveness and 
one or two niggling problems that have been sorted out since v5.1.  Just off to 
experiment with the Daisy player.
Respectfully ... Scott
T: 0117 955 0605
M: 0787 078 0727 
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E: scott.wood@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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