Re: JFW 5.1 and Eudora 6.2

  • From: Ann Byrne <annakb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 07:12:10 -0600

We set the window to restored to make Eudora read correctly.  Ain't that a 
pistol?  It worked, though.
At 06:52 AM 12/16/2004, you wrote:
>Well. I thought that was it but it is maximized and still not reading when
>composing a message.  It will read the entire line if I just read it via up
>and down arrows but try to CTRL Arrow to read word by word and it just says
>blank perhaps half way through the sentence. Such as this very note I'm
>writing , I get to "word by word and", and after the word and it just say
>blank blank, and if I arrow more I'll eventually get to the sentence
>wrapping to the beginning of the left margin and it will read again. I've
>asked my wife if anything is blocking the screen or the like and she said
>no. Any other ideas?
>
>Brad
>
>
>At 06:39 PM 12/15/2004, you wrote:
>
> >Brad,
> >
> >I am using Eudora v6 and I have also used v5 and have not scene your
> >problem. Are both the Eudora windows maximized?
> >
> >Pranav
> >   At 04:19 AM 12/16/2004, Brad D wrote:
> >I'm having  issue with Jaws not reading properly in the body of the message
> >
> >in Eudora when I'm composing a message. It sometimes reads parts of a line
> >and sometimes not. For example if I misspell a word and want to left or
> >right arrow o CTRL to it or back from the end of the line, it just says
> >blank. I sometimes have to highlight it to get it to speak but that doesn't
> >
> >work all the time either. I also saw that while arrowing around in my
> >message I'm creating it will try to read the "My Documents" icon in the
> >background saying in part "My Docume 1 of 27"  I know there is issue with
> >Jaws, Norton and Word with need to uncheck the Microsoft Office Activation
> >checkbox, is there a similar issue with Eudora these days?
> >
> >Brad
> >
> >
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