Hmmm. I never thought of that. I'll try it with 6. That's the earliest I can
Before I sold my TripleTalk, I never had a problem remotely like it. Have you tried it with an earlier version of JAWS?
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On Thu, 29 Dec 2005, James Dean wrote:
Hi all. I recently aquired a Tripple-Talk USB synthesizer. It is working grate. I installed the drivers and everything. there's just one slightly annoying issue that I'm having with it. I think this is a JAWS problem, but not sure. Unfortunately, I can not test it with Window-Eyes to see if I have the same issue. So here goes. Whenever I am trying to arrow through something, be it with the up/down arrows or the left/right arrows, or if I am trying to backspace something, Tripple-Talk will often times leave out bits of words, Speak extra characters that are not even there, or not speak at all. When the not speaking at all thing happens, I have to left and right arrow a few times until I can get it to speak what character I am on. One of the things it seems to do most commonly is that if I am arrowing through/backspacing something out, it says "Zero O" with out the quotes, of course. One other thing, once a say all is started with insert down arrow, it reads grate.--
Any Help will be grately appreciated!
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