Re: Skype 8 scripts updated, with new way to load themin old JAWS versions
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Respected friend, it seams that you have pre-August update of JAWS 2019.
If so, then you will have to install Script load manager (slman)
For that, please visit:
Download Script load manager from that page and install it!
With regards from Inamuddin with the Skype ID:
arguing with a woman is just like reading software’s lisence agreement.
At the end you ignore Her everything and click I agree button.
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Well I sincerely don't understand whats happening there, as I said I am using Skype 184.108.40.206 and scripts 121 are working fine on my hand. Don't know if it makes any difference,
running latest versions of jaws and win10, I've just downloaded
revision 128 but when I press insert q i'm still being told "google
chrome settings are loaded".
On 23/08/2019, Doug Lee <dgl@...> wrote:
> I have released an update to the Skype 8 scripts to make JAWS name the
> split-view chat windows including online status and/or mood text, as is
> already done for conversations displayed inside the main window. These are
> https://www.dlee.org/skype/electron/ as usual.
> If you are running the August JAWS 2019 update, you will only need the above
> scripts for Skype 8.51 support. If you are running any other JAWS version
> supported, 17.0 through pre-August JAWS 2019 versions, read on.
> For various reasons, I have split out the system for loading Skype 8 scripts
> in older JAWS versions into a new and separate set of scripts, which I am
> calling Script Load Manager, or SLMan. These are at
> If you want further information on this system and why I created it, listen
> to my audio explanation, which is about five minutes long, at
> The basic process to run, for anyone upgrading Skype scripts, is this:
> 1. Install the updated Skype scripts, which will first uninstall your
> current Skype scripts as usual.
> 2. Install the Script Load Manager.
> That combination should make the Skype scripts load properly into any JAWS
> version 17.0 through current 2019. This finally even includes making
> JAWSKey+v load the Quick Settings for Skype rather than loading the Quick
> for Chrome.
> The Script Load Manager is a pretty new idea, though I built it on ideas I
> had already been using for Skype and other apps. As was already true for the
> Skype 8 scripts, there remains the possibility that the Script Load Manager
> will cause side effects in other environments. In particular, any website or
> web application that uses a URL like file:///Index.html or about:blank for
> the focused page may cause odd behavior, especially in a non-Chrome
> browser. I would appreciate notification of any such occasions found by
> users out there, as I don't know a quick way to test all cases here.
> Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
> Level Access doug.lee@...
> "The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do
> what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with
> them while they do it."--Theodore Roosevelt