Re: System tray question

  • From: "david poehlman" <david.poehlman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 09:49:42 -0500

You can kill those messages for eudora by editting the script.

I suspect that right click will do the same in 5.1 as well as 4.02 and 4.5.

Johnnie Apple Seed

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jeanie Vejil" <proud2have-tsedog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 9:39 AM
Subject: Re: System tray question


David, if I right click on the English United States icon in the system
tray, I just get thrown back out to JAWS.  When that didn't work when I
tried it about a week ago, I tried left single clicking on the icon in the
system tray, and the same thing happened.  This is when using JFW 4.02.

I supposeI could install JFW 4.5, but whether it would make a difference, I
don't know because I've never used it before.  WE upgraded from JFW 4.02
all the way to JFW 5.01.

I don't really want to uninstall JFW 4.02 from my computer since the
scripts for Eudora 6.1 aren't good, and mainly, I don't care for the end of
list and begining of list messages in Eudora when using JFW 5.01, and I
can't get rid of them.  The message at the bottom of the list, which is end
of list, causes me to have to up arrow and down arrow to be sure I'm not
misssing a message.

Thanks for these new things to try.  I'll have to play around with them
later on in the day as I need to begin working in a couple of hours and
have things that need to be done before then.

Jeanie

At 07:33 AM 12/6/04, you wrote:
>On systray issues, you need to see that the box that says to hide unused
>icons in the system tray found in task bar and start menu in controll panel
>or in settings, is not checked but you've probably already done that.  You
>might find improvement also if you uninstall 4.02 and you might find still
>more improvement if you uncheck all the boxes in the taskbar tab of taskbar
>and start menu options in controll pannel / settings.  To be clear for 
>those
>who need it, taskbar and start menu options can be found in two places. 
>One
>is in settings and the other is in controll panel which is also in 
>settings.
>
>If these options don't work, we can investigate further.  I have never seen
>jaws 5.1 place a keyboard language item in the systray.  If you get things
>streightened ot so that you can access the systray, what happens if you
>right click on this option?
>
>Johnnie Apple Seed
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jeanie Vejil" <proud2have-tsedog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 12:14 AM
>Subject: Re: System tray question
>
>
>Adam, everything I do makes the problem worse, and now I can't unload JFW
>4.02, so I'm going to leave things alone and try to figure it out later.  I
>never had English United States in my system tray until I installed JFW
>5.01, which is odd since I'm not using that version of JFW right now.  I
>can't even get into the system tray now to make sure my fire wall is
>active.  I think I messed it up even worse than it was before.
>
>Thanks for your suggestions anyway.
>
>Jeanie
>
>
>At 10:22 PM 12/5/04, you wrote:
> >Hi Jeanie,
> >I have win 98 SE in a second computer. If alt e doesn't work, just keep
> >tabbing until you find enable indicator on taskbar check box. Press the
> >spacebar to uncheck it.
> >Adam
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Jeanie Vejil" <proud2have-tsedog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Sent: Sunday, December 05, 2004 10:44 PM
> >Subject: Re: System tray question
> >
> >
> >Adam, I can get to control panel and keyboard, and to speed tab, right
> >arrow to language tab, but alt e doesn't do anything.  Could we be using
> >different versions of windows?  I'm using win 98 SE?
> >
> >There must be another way to clear the English United States from my 
> >system
> >tray.
> >
> >When I get to the language tab, it says English United States 101.
> >
> >Hope this gives you a little more information as to what is going on
> >because it sure didn't give me any more ideas as to how to get rid of the
> >English United States from my system tray.  It never used to be there so
> >this is kind of strange.
> >
> >Jeanie
> >
> >At 07:49 PM 12/5/04, you wrote:
> > >Try this for your first question:
> > >Press windows key, s for settings, c for control panel, and k for
> > >keyboard.
> > >Hit enter to open your keyboard properties.
> > >shift tab to get to top of keyboard dialog box, right arrow to 
> > >language,
> > >press alt e to uncheck enable indicator on taskbar,
> > >press alt a to apply,
> > >and enter for Ok.
> > >Your system tray should reflect these changes.
> > >I don't use Eudora but I'm sure someone will be able to help.
> > >Adam
> > >
> > >----- Original Message -----
> > >From: "Jeanie Vejil" <proud2have-tsedog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >Sent: Sunday, December 05, 2004 8:15 PM
> > >Subject: System tray question
> > >
> > >
> > >Hi all.
> > >
> > >Can anyone give me some idea why my system tray always has English 
> > >United
> > >States as one of the things in my system tray?  I can get rid of it, 
> > >but
> > >then the next time I restart my computer, it's back again.
> > >
> > >I have JFW 5.01 but predominantly use JFW 4.02 because I don't care for
> > >the
> > >scripts available for Eudora 6.1.  I'm also using win 98 SE.
> > >
> > >Perhaps someone on list can help with a question about JFW 5.01 and
> > >Eudora
> > >too.  I can't get it to stop saying end of list at the bottom of any 
> > >list
> > >and beginning of list at the top of any list.  I especially notice this
> > >in
> > >Eudora 6.1 and find it very annoying.  I've been given some things to 
> > >try
> > >in order to get rid of it, but it never goes away.
> > >
> > >If anyone has some input on either of my questions, I'd appreciate 
> > >their
> > >suggestions.  Thanks in advance.
> > >
> > >Jeanie
> > >
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