Do I just keep trying until it works?
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On 2019-12-16 9:02 p.m., Doug Lee wrote:
It's "not commonly downloaded" yet because until a few minutes ago it didn't exist. :-)
The "Windows has protected your PC" message is one I see often when launching installers and programs downloaded from the Internet. If you are unsure whether the file is safe, you should of course not run it. Windows is trying
to help avoid virus and malware attacks by warning users when they are about to run something that came from the Internet. However, the message is not itself an indication that the installer is infected or malicious.
On Mon, Dec 16, 2019 at 08:51:07PM -0500, Jerry Pryde wrote:
I downloaded the installer, clicked on it, and windows defender kicked in and
said Windows has protected your computer.
On 2019-12-16 8:39 p.m., Doug Lee wrote:
The JAWS script update for Skype 8.55 is released at https://www.dlee.org/skype/electron/
This update makes typing sounds and announcements work in Skype 8.55 as in previous Skype versions.
Also, a few extra things will speak as you navigate through a chat message list, such as the duration of a finished call and the amount so far played in a paused or playing voicemail. See the release notes at the above URL for