Thanks and have been to your site and have found it to be very useful with lots of good links. I run a story publishing site at www.ticktalk.net which might be interesting for you, lots of free stories. I'm now building a site called Out Of Sight Creations, a site that will sell and distribute Blind and partially sighted artists works, I will be including a resource link area and maybe we can work something out, but in the mean time I will get hold of FS and report again this trouble. Already spent several hours with their techs trying to fix this really buggy bug. I also suggested to them that they might offer at least 3 free tech calls with every upgrade or new product sold. Its not fair to spend $100. on phone calls when you only paid $80 for the upgrade! Take care all On Sat, 13 Jan 2007 23:40:11 -0500 "Rick Harmon" <rharmon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: Hi, Make sure you report your problems to FS so they know enough of us have issues so they will feel the need to fix the problem. I've noticed some what similar problems in Outlook Express that during a say all JAWS will mis speak words and If I read word by word it will read the word correctly. I haven't any ideas why but it started in JAWS 8. Rick ======= Visit my webpage at www.blind-geek-zone.net Here you will find Audio tutorials for popular programs, blindness related web links, blind mailing list links and documents for various things. ----- Original Message ----- From: tickpub@xxxxxxxx To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, January 13, 2007 11:33 PM Subject: Re: Lots of blank virtual buffers in IE 7 with JAWS 7.1 and 8.0. Yes, this has been happening to me with Jaws 7.1. I counldn't figure out what the heck and now that you mention it, I now know that there is someone else out there that has the same thing. I'll be reading along, change pages or go to another site and bamm, no more reading and have tried everything to get it going again. I did shut down and it seemed to work as you so say. I also thought it might be a virus checker doing its thing but now I'll try your idea and thanks. Also, would you know why Jaws mispronounces words in Word as it is reading? Example: "shall" might read "hal" or god as good or good as godd. Got any ideas on this one? Michael tickpub@xxxxxxxx On Sat, 13 Jan 2007 10:54:34 -0700 "Darrell Shandrow" <nu7i@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: Hello Everyone, I have been noticing more and more frequent instances where web pages pulled up in IE 7 using either JAWS 7.1 or 8.0 have completely blank virtual buffers. It is necessary to close and reload the browser window. Further, this problem increases in frequency the longer JAWS is running. The problem goes away for awhile after JAWS has been closed and restarted, then recurs soon after. Anyone else experiencing this issue? Michael Thanks You... TickTalk Publishing Invites You... And www.ticktalk.net Welcomes You... Read Our Stories And Have A Better Life! Michael Thanks You... TickTalk Publishing Invites You... And www.ticktalk.net Welcomes You... Read Our Stories And Have A Better Life!