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Re: Jaws scripts.

Octavian Rasnita
 

Hi Doug,

In my opinion Alt+1 or Control+1 are much better than command + something,
for a few reasons:

1. The keys Control and Alt are easier to work with, because they are bigger
than other standard keys, so they are easier to find. Plus that they are
used very much, so the users are very used of using them.

2. The Control and Alt keys are placed at the margin of the alphanumeric
block, and this is another advantage because they are easier to find.
There is no other key that has this advantage. The key Left bracket is much
much harder to find, plus that on some keyboard arrangements it is used for
something else.

3. The Alt and Control keys have the advantage that they are placed in 2
places, at least on a standard desktop keyboard, so they can be used either
with one hand, or with 2 hands, depending on the current needs.
There is no other key which has this advantage of beeing placed in 2 places,
on the right and on the left of space key.
Yes, there are the keys backslash and grauve, and they also offer the
advantage number 2, of beeing placed at the margins of the alphanumeric
block, but they are smaller and placed in a single place each, plus that it
would be much harder to use them in combinations with numbers with a single
hand.

4. The Control and Alt keys are more safe than other keys, because we know
that if we just press them, but then we change our minds, nothing happends.
Even if we press the Alt key but then we decide that we don't need to use it
anymore, we can simply keep it pressed and press the Control key once, then
release the Alt key, and nothing happends, the menu doesn't open etc.
On the other hand, if we press the command key, but then we want to renounce
of using it, we would need to press another key as escape, or press it once
more than delete the typed char etc.

5. The Control and Alt keys are standard modifier keys in all applications,
so the people know how to use them.
On the other hand, the command key is not known by too many people.
I use your JAWS scripts for Skype for very many years, and with this
occasion I want to thank you very much for your great work, but I must admit
that only now after reading one of your previous messages in this thread I
understood what is that "Skype" that I hear when I want to type a left
bracket on Skype.
I admit that I now know what it is, but I still don't know what it could be
used for. I'll need to read the documentation because it might do some
things that I might need.
But for most people probably the features offered by Alt+numbers is more
than enough.
For example, I didn't know that I could have pressed the left bracket key
once more and the [ char would have been typed in the chat textfield.
Even you said that you just discovered that the command key can be pressed
and hold while pressing a numeric key. :-)
Well, the people surely knows much better how to use the Control and Alt
keys.

You also said something about the numpad. I hope that there will be other ways of using Skype without using numpad.
The single reason I never liked Window Eyes was the fact that it required us to use the numpad so I avoid using it a long time ago, when it was a pretty good screen reader otherwise.
I use numpad only for Route JAWS to PC, and this is not very often, and when I make some calculations with num lock on.

--Octavian

----- Original Message -----
From: "Doug Lee" <dgl@dlee.org>
To: <skypeenglish@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2017 3:35 PM
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


It's easy now to change the Command key to something else. I support that
mostly because of languages where the left bracket key has another
more common use. That should let you make it a one-hand operation if you
like.

And as for the one versus two-keystroke question, you just caused me to
learn something: If you hold down the Command key and then press the
next key in a sequence, it still works! In other words, if you prefer a
key combination approach, you can actually do it that way, at least
for sequences that are just the Command key and one other. Sadly you
cannot make the Alt key into the Command key or we'd all win completely
lol. But you can pick a key convenient to you and then use it like an Alt
key.

What did you mean when you said, "Well, yes, it does matter when chatting
with sighted people." I couldn't be sure what that applied to.

On Thu, Nov 09, 2017 at 03:01:09PM +0200, Andre Polykanine wrote:
Hi Doug,
Command, 1 is two presses, Alt+1 is one. Well, yes, it does matter
when chatting with sighted people. Plus, I can do Alt+1 with one hand,
and I can't do command, 1, I need two hands because we use the left
bracket in Russian and Ukrainian (and German, and Swedish, and... you
got it) as letters.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion


------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 2:48:10 AM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


I always thought the Alt+arrows/Home/End were way better for really
busy chats, because they keep your place and make it far harder to miss
lines.

Not sure what makes the Command numbers cumbersome though. It would be
Command 1 for the last, Command 2 for the next back, etc. Alternatively
you
could do Command semicolon for the last one, then just j j j to read
farther back one at a time and Esc when done. I may implement Left and
Right and NumPad5 as duplicates of j/k/l. I'm deciding exactly how to do
this first by playing with it myself to see what seems most
natural. The ultimate goal, though, is to avoid conflicting with
application keystrokes in a way that is not likely to stop working as the
app evolves. Alt+numbers and Ctrl+numbers have become fairly popular
application commands for switching among screens, tabs in a tab
control, etc.

I am listening though, and I of course don't want to cause needless
inconvenience out there.

So far, the Alt+number score among my chat program scripting projects
stands like this:

Where they work: Skype for Windows Desktop, TeamTalk, TeamSpeak, Adobe
Connect. (Locally I just changed all of those to the new system but have
yet to try it regularly myself.)
Where they conflict with the application itself: Skype for Windows
Desktop.
Where they are not currently practical to implement: Skype UWP for Windows
10, Skype for Business 2016.
Where they would conflict with the app if implemented: Skype UWP for
Windows 10.

On Thu, Nov 09, 2017 at 01:49:22AM +0200, Andre Polykanine wrote:
Hi Doug,
As Alt+Numbers is the main reason I use the scripts at all, could you
please leave a resort for people like me? Sorry, but pressing
Command-something in a crowded chat to read a couple of last messages
is far more cumbersome for me than my lovely Alt+numbers.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion


------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 7:09:23 PM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application
keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of
the fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all
Skype command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last
few messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h,
j, k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command
h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and
reads the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and
next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike
the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then
just tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back,
etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can
do everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences
easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with
repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype
for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding
at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in
a history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work
with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not
on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window
style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration,
alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com
http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com
http://www.LevelAccess.com
"There's no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he
doesn't mind who gets the credit." Ronald Reagan?






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com
http://www.LevelAccess.com
"I forgot, because I wanted to forget, except I don't remember
forgetting." --Sarah Alawami



Re: Jaws scripts.

Doug Lee
 

It's easy now to change the Command key to something else. I support that mostly because of languages where the left bracket key has another
more common use. That should let you make it a one-hand operation if you like.

And as for the one versus two-keystroke question, you just caused me to learn something: If you hold down the Command key and then press the
next key in a sequence, it still works! In other words, if you prefer a key combination approach, you can actually do it that way, at least
for sequences that are just the Command key and one other. Sadly you cannot make the Alt key into the Command key or we'd all win completely
lol. But you can pick a key convenient to you and then use it like an Alt key.

What did you mean when you said, "Well, yes, it does matter when chatting with sighted people." I couldn't be sure what that applied to.

On Thu, Nov 09, 2017 at 03:01:09PM +0200, Andre Polykanine wrote:
Hi Doug,
Command, 1 is two presses, Alt+1 is one. Well, yes, it does matter
when chatting with sighted people. Plus, I can do Alt+1 with one hand,
and I can't do command, 1, I need two hands because we use the left
bracket in Russian and Ukrainian (and German, and Swedish, and... you
got it) as letters.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion


------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 2:48:10 AM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


I always thought the Alt+arrows/Home/End were way better for really busy chats, because they keep your place and make it far harder to miss lines.

Not sure what makes the Command numbers cumbersome though. It would be Command 1 for the last, Command 2 for the next back, etc. Alternatively you
could do Command semicolon for the last one, then just j j j to read farther back one at a time and Esc when done. I may implement Left and
Right and NumPad5 as duplicates of j/k/l. I'm deciding exactly how to do this first by playing with it myself to see what seems most
natural. The ultimate goal, though, is to avoid conflicting with application keystrokes in a way that is not likely to stop working as the
app evolves. Alt+numbers and Ctrl+numbers have become fairly popular application commands for switching among screens, tabs in a tab
control, etc.

I am listening though, and I of course don't want to cause needless inconvenience out there.

So far, the Alt+number score among my chat program scripting projects stands like this:

Where they work: Skype for Windows Desktop, TeamTalk, TeamSpeak, Adobe Connect. (Locally I just changed all of those to the new system but have yet to try it regularly myself.)
Where they conflict with the application itself: Skype for Windows Desktop.
Where they are not currently practical to implement: Skype UWP for Windows 10, Skype for Business 2016.
Where they would conflict with the app if implemented: Skype UWP for Windows 10.

On Thu, Nov 09, 2017 at 01:49:22AM +0200, Andre Polykanine wrote:
Hi Doug,
As Alt+Numbers is the main reason I use the scripts at all, could you
please leave a resort for people like me? Sorry, but pressing
Command-something in a crowded chat to read a couple of last messages
is far more cumbersome for me than my lovely Alt+numbers.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion


------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 7:09:23 PM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j, k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"There's no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he
doesn't mind who gets the credit." Ronald Reagan?






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"I forgot, because I wanted to forget, except I don't remember
forgetting." --Sarah Alawami


Re: Jaws scripts.

Andre Polykanine
 

Hi Doug,
Command, 1 is two presses, Alt+1 is one. Well, yes, it does matter
when chatting with sighted people. Plus, I can do Alt+1 with one hand,
and I can't do command, 1, I need two hands because we use the left
bracket in Russian and Ukrainian (and German, and Swedish, and... you
got it) as letters.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion

------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 2:48:10 AM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


I always thought the Alt+arrows/Home/End were way better for really busy chats, because they keep your place and make it far harder to miss lines.

Not sure what makes the Command numbers cumbersome though. It would be Command 1 for the last, Command 2 for the next back, etc. Alternatively you
could do Command semicolon for the last one, then just j j j to read farther back one at a time and Esc when done. I may implement Left and
Right and NumPad5 as duplicates of j/k/l. I'm deciding exactly how to do this first by playing with it myself to see what seems most
natural. The ultimate goal, though, is to avoid conflicting with application keystrokes in a way that is not likely to stop working as the
app evolves. Alt+numbers and Ctrl+numbers have become fairly popular application commands for switching among screens, tabs in a tab
control, etc.

I am listening though, and I of course don't want to cause needless inconvenience out there.

So far, the Alt+number score among my chat program scripting projects stands like this:

Where they work: Skype for Windows Desktop, TeamTalk, TeamSpeak, Adobe Connect. (Locally I just changed all of those to the new system but have yet to try it regularly myself.)
Where they conflict with the application itself: Skype for Windows Desktop.
Where they are not currently practical to implement: Skype UWP for Windows 10, Skype for Business 2016.
Where they would conflict with the app if implemented: Skype UWP for Windows 10.

On Thu, Nov 09, 2017 at 01:49:22AM +0200, Andre Polykanine wrote:
Hi Doug,
As Alt+Numbers is the main reason I use the scripts at all, could you
please leave a resort for people like me? Sorry, but pressing
Command-something in a crowded chat to read a couple of last messages
is far more cumbersome for me than my lovely Alt+numbers.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion


------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 7:09:23 PM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j, k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"There's no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he
doesn't mind who gets the credit." Ronald Reagan?


Re: Jaws scripts.

Doug Lee
 

I always thought the Alt+arrows/Home/End were way better for really busy chats, because they keep your place and make it far harder to miss lines.

Not sure what makes the Command numbers cumbersome though. It would be Command 1 for the last, Command 2 for the next back, etc. Alternatively you
could do Command semicolon for the last one, then just j j j to read farther back one at a time and Esc when done. I may implement Left and
Right and NumPad5 as duplicates of j/k/l. I'm deciding exactly how to do this first by playing with it myself to see what seems most
natural. The ultimate goal, though, is to avoid conflicting with application keystrokes in a way that is not likely to stop working as the
app evolves. Alt+numbers and Ctrl+numbers have become fairly popular application commands for switching among screens, tabs in a tab
control, etc.

I am listening though, and I of course don't want to cause needless inconvenience out there.

So far, the Alt+number score among my chat program scripting projects stands like this:

Where they work: Skype for Windows Desktop, TeamTalk, TeamSpeak, Adobe Connect. (Locally I just changed all of those to the new system but have yet to try it regularly myself.)
Where they conflict with the application itself: Skype for Windows Desktop.
Where they are not currently practical to implement: Skype UWP for Windows 10, Skype for Business 2016.
Where they would conflict with the app if implemented: Skype UWP for Windows 10.

On Thu, Nov 09, 2017 at 01:49:22AM +0200, Andre Polykanine wrote:
Hi Doug,
As Alt+Numbers is the main reason I use the scripts at all, could you
please leave a resort for people like me? Sorry, but pressing
Command-something in a crowded chat to read a couple of last messages
is far more cumbersome for me than my lovely Alt+numbers.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion


------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 7:09:23 PM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j, k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"There's no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he
doesn't mind who gets the credit." Ronald Reagan?


Re: Jaws scripts.

Andre Polykanine
 

Hi Doug,
As Alt+Numbers is the main reason I use the scripts at all, could you
please leave a resort for people like me? Sorry, but pressing
Command-something in a crowded chat to read a couple of last messages
is far more cumbersome for me than my lovely Alt+numbers.


--
With best regards from Ukraine,
Andre
Skype: menelion_elensule
Twitter: @m_elensule; Facebook: menelion

------------ Original message ------------
From: Doug Lee <dgl@dlee.org>
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Date created: , 7:09:23 PM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.


As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j, k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg


Re: Jaws scripts.

Doug Lee
 

A bit more about the Command key sequences; sorry, I've been using these for years and forgot to give a proper intro to those who haven't
used these...

All my scripts that use Command key sequences use the system I'm about to describe.

All commands in what I call a Command key system start with a common keystroke. By default, this is the left bracket key, [. See below if
you need to change this initial key to something else. This key is typed separately and before the other keys in each command. In other
words, these commands are key sequences, not key combinations.

When you type the Command key, JAWS will say something quick, like "Skype" or "Command," to let you know you have pressed the Command key. If you
actually need to type the key used as a Command key, such as to put a bracket character into a document, just type it again. If the default key
is inconvenient, change it by typing it and then typing Ins+C. This will give you a way to type a new key to use as the Command key. The
change will survive through JAWS and script updates and will apply only to the scripts you are using at the time.

All scripts I produce also include a help system for the key sequences:
- Type Command and then starttyping Tab and Shift+Tab to move among and list the available commands with descriptions. During this
exploration, Ins+Tab will repeat the command description you just heard. Press Esc when done exploring.
- Press Enter after hearing a command description to execute it. This works for commands that do not start a sublayer. You can of course
also just press the key listed for the command, even if it does start a sublayer.
- Command Ins+C or Command JAWSKey+C lets you change the Command key.

The Skype scripts currently do have a command key system like this, though I don't know how many people already use it. I introduced the
system into these scripts in 2007 or 2008. Not all commands in this system still work in the modern version of the classic Skype for Windows
desktop client.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 12:17:01PM -0500, Doug Lee wrote:
Oh they are not typed simultaneously. The Command key goes first, then you let go of that and press the second key. These are sequences, not
combinations.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 12:12:34PM -0500, Jerry Pryde wrote:
I'm not sure about the command key combined with the assigned key.
command+1 for example.
What's the Command key?

-----Original Message-----
From: Doug Lee
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2017 12:09 PM
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.

As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application
keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the
fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype
command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few
messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j,
k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads
the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike
the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just
tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do
everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences
easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with
repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype
for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding
at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a
history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not
on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration,
alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com
http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"Pray devoutly, but hammer stoutly."
--Sir William G. Benham

--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
No one alive is beyond hope; every second of life is a chance.
(08/29/02)


Re: Jaws scripts.

Jerry Pryde
 

What is the command key.
I'm not sure what that is.

-----Original Message-----
From: Doug Lee
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2017 12:17 PM
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.

Oh they are not typed simultaneously. The Command key goes first, then you let go of that and press the second key. These are sequences, not
combinations.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 12:12:34PM -0500, Jerry Pryde wrote:
I'm not sure about the command key combined with the assigned key.
command+1 for example.
What's the Command key?

-----Original Message-----
From: Doug Lee
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2017 12:09 PM
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.

As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application
keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the
fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype
command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few
messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j,
k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads
the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike
the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just
tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do
everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences
easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with
repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype
for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding
at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a
history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not
on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration,
alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com
http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"Pray devoutly, but hammer stoutly."
--Sir William G. Benham


Re: Jaws scripts.

Doug Lee
 

Oh they are not typed simultaneously. The Command key goes first, then you let go of that and press the second key. These are sequences, not
combinations.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 12:12:34PM -0500, Jerry Pryde wrote:
I'm not sure about the command key combined with the assigned key.
command+1 for example.
What's the Command key?

-----Original Message-----
From: Doug Lee
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2017 12:09 PM
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.

As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application
keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the
fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype
command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few
messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j,
k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads
the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike
the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just
tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do
everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences
easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with
repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype
for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding
at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a
history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not
on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration,
alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com
http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg






--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"Pray devoutly, but hammer stoutly."
--Sir William G. Benham


Re: Jaws scripts.

Jerry Pryde
 

I'm not sure about the command key combined with the assigned key.
command+1 for example.
What's the Command key?

-----Original Message-----
From: Doug Lee
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2017 12:09 PM
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.

As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j, k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg


Re: Jaws scripts.

Doug Lee
 

As part of my attempts to avoid keyboard collisions with application keystrokes, I'm planning a change to the commands used to navigate
chats. Thoughts welcome, though I'm pretty set on doing this in light of the fact that Alt+1, Alt+2, etc., conflict with not only the Skype
for Windows Desktop classic client but also with Skype UWP for Windows 10.

In the below keystrokes, "Command" means the prefix key common to all Skype command key sequences. By default, this is the left bracket ([);
but this can be changed by the user.

Alt+1 through Alt+0 become Command 1 through Command 0 and read the last few messages; thus, Command 1 becomes the command for reading the
last message.

Alt+Home, Alt+Left, Alt+NumPad5, Alt+Right, and Alt+End become Command h, j, k, l, and semicolon (;) and move among messages to read them. Command h
goes to and reads the first message, and Command semicolon goes to and reads the last message. Command j and l move to and read the previous and next
message, respectively; and Command k repeats the current message. Unlike the above Command <number> sequences, these do not leave the key layer;
thus, one can type Command h to go to and read the first message, then just tap l to keep reading forward, k to repeat a message, j to go back, etc.
Press Esc when done reading messages..

The new system has two more or less accidental advantages: First, you can do everything without moving your hands away from the home row.
Second, anyone with hand coordination difficulties may find key sequences easier than key combinations. Similarly, since it is no longer
necessary to hold down Alt to read through a bunch of messages, those with repetitive strain sensitivities may find the new system easier on
the tendons.

As a final note, I am now writing scripts for Skype UWP, also called Skype for Windows 10; and I'm trying to get the same Command h j k l
semicolon system to work there. For technical reasons, I am not succeeding at getting the Command <number> sequences to work. In a nutshell,
I have no reliable way in Skype UWP to find the first and last message in a history list without focusing it first.

On Wed, Nov 08, 2017 at 05:52:42PM +0100, Michele Barbi wrote:
Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with
this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available
here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on
the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style,
meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers
will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation
window.
Bye!
Barbuz



--
Doug Lee dgl@dlee.org http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@LevelAccess.com http://www.LevelAccess.com
"When your best-laid plans have turned to dust, vacuum!"
- Whoopi Goldberg


Re: Jaws scripts.

Stephen Troy
 

983 works fine.

Sent from my iPhone

On 8 Nov 2017, at 16:52, Michele Barbi <barbi.michele@gmail.com> wrote:

Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style, meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation window.
Bye!
Barbuz



Re: Jaws scripts.

Michele Barbi
 

Ok, if you refer to JAWS 2018, latest scripts revision 983 should work with this. I unfortunately cannot test it because this version is not available here in Italy.
Once you installed the scripts, alt+numbers on the numerical keyboard, not on the number pad, will read chat messages. I only use the double window style, meaning I use the separate chat windows; with this configuration, alt+numbers will work for the opened chat, otherwise it'll say not in a conversation window.
Bye!
Barbuz


Re: Jaws scripts.

Kimmie
 

Yep did that, but there’s no later scripts? Oh well. Had to reinstall scripts again, and all is well with the world.

 

From: skypeenglish@groups.io [mailto:skypeenglish@groups.io] On Behalf Of Stephen Troy
Sent: Thursday, 9 November 2017 4:59 a.m.
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.

 

dlee.org/skype and select version 6.22b

Sent from my iPhone


On 8 Nov 2017, at 15:54, Kimmie <pegasus21@...> wrote:

Hi Doug.  Do you have jaws scripts for the latest in jaws? Thanks.


Re: Jaws scripts.

Stephen Troy
 

dlee.org/skype and select version 6.22b

Sent from my iPhone

On 8 Nov 2017, at 15:54, Kimmie <pegasus21@...> wrote:

Hi Doug.  Do you have jaws scripts for the latest in jaws? Thanks.


Re: Jaws scripts.

Kimmie
 

Now I’ve updated to the latest in jaws, and I don’t know the hot keys to receive recent messages, please help. Thanks.

 

From: skypeenglish@groups.io [mailto:skypeenglish@groups.io] On Behalf Of Kimmie
Sent: Thursday, 9 November 2017 4:55 a.m.
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: [skypeenglish] Jaws scripts.

 

Hi Doug.  Do you have jaws scripts for the latest in jaws? Thanks.


Jaws scripts.

Kimmie
 

Hi Doug.  Do you have jaws scripts for the latest in jaws? Thanks.


Re: Two Small Things

Michele Barbi
 

Ok, I never used an Android phone, but try to completely log out from Skype in your cellular. If there is something similar to the iOs applications Switcher, close Skype from there as well.
Bye!
Barbuz


Re: Two Small Things

inam din
 

Dear friend, first of all thanks for your quick response.

Secondly I have resolved the first problem by pressing command /remotelogout.

Of my friend but my problem is still exist!

With regards from Inamuddin with the Skype ID:

Charlsdarwin1

 

 

When the power of love overcomes the love of power
then the world know what is peace!
You can contact me via gmail:
inamuddin09@...
outlook:
inam092@...
add me on my Skype ID:
charlsdarwin1
meet me on my facebook:
www.facebook.com/inamuddin786
follow me on my twitter ID:
www.twitter.com/charlsdarwin1
call me on my cell phones:
+92-334-3348409
+92-300-2227598

 


From: skypeenglish@groups.io <skypeenglish@groups.io> on behalf of Jerry Pryde <jpryde1@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 7, 2017 5:43:15 PM
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] Two Small Things
 
Hi.
 
I can only respond to question 1.
 
It’s a querk with skype that shows the status of contacts incorrectly.
I have this problem as well.
Contacts show as Away, or Online when they’re offline.
It’s a problem with the newer versions of Skype that’s never been corrected, at least since Skype 6.0
 
 
From: inam din
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2017 7:29 AM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Two Small Things
 

Dear friends, how are you?

Since ages I couldn’t write anything on this mailing list!

Today I need your help in order to inquire about two small things.

I sincerely hope that I will be replied promptly!

1.

A friend of mine always shone to me online no matter if She is offline.

Please advise me what can I do to be shone Her actual status of Her Skype?

2.

I read on Skype blog that if I type on anyone’s chat /remotelogout, other than my machine, I will be signout from everywhere but that command is not working for me.

I did this command and I checked by typing /showplaces it said to me that I’m signing in with only one device but when I checked my Galaxy J7 2017, I was still sign in!

Please help me in this regard!

I sincerely hope that my request will be dealt with prompt response1!

With regards from Inamuddin with the Skype ID:

Charlsdarwin1

 

 

When the power of love overcomes the love of power
then the world know what is peace!
You can contact me via gmail:
inamuddin09@...
outlook:
inam092@...
add me on my Skype ID:
charlsdarwin1
meet me on my facebook:
www.facebook.com/inamuddin786
follow me on my twitter ID:
www.twitter.com/charlsdarwin1
call me on my cell phones:
+92-334-3348409
+92-300-2227598

 


Re: Two Small Things

Jerry Pryde
 

Hi.
 
I can only respond to question 1.
 
It’s a querk with skype that shows the status of contacts incorrectly.
I have this problem as well.
Contacts show as Away, or Online when they’re offline.
It’s a problem with the newer versions of Skype that’s never been corrected, at least since Skype 6.0
 
 

From: inam din
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2017 7:29 AM
Subject: [skypeenglish] Two Small Things
 

Dear friends, how are you?

Since ages I couldn’t write anything on this mailing list!

Today I need your help in order to inquire about two small things.

I sincerely hope that I will be replied promptly!

1.

A friend of mine always shone to me online no matter if She is offline.

Please advise me what can I do to be shone Her actual status of Her Skype?

2.

I read on Skype blog that if I type on anyone’s chat /remotelogout, other than my machine, I will be signout from everywhere but that command is not working for me.

I did this command and I checked by typing /showplaces it said to me that I’m signing in with only one device but when I checked my Galaxy J7 2017, I was still sign in!

Please help me in this regard!

I sincerely hope that my request will be dealt with prompt response1!

With regards from Inamuddin with the Skype ID:

Charlsdarwin1

 

 

When the power of love overcomes the love of power
then the world know what is peace!
You can contact me via gmail:
inamuddin09@...
outlook:
inam092@...
add me on my Skype ID:
charlsdarwin1
meet me on my facebook:
www.facebook.com/inamuddin786
follow me on my twitter ID:
www.twitter.com/charlsdarwin1
call me on my cell phones:
+92-334-3348409
+92-300-2227598

 


Two Small Things

inam din
 

Dear friends, how are you?

Since ages I couldn’t write anything on this mailing list!

Today I need your help in order to inquire about two small things.

I sincerely hope that I will be replied promptly!

1.

A friend of mine always shone to me online no matter if She is offline.

Please advise me what can I do to be shone Her actual status of Her Skype?

2.

I read on Skype blog that if I type on anyone’s chat /remotelogout, other than my machine, I will be signout from everywhere but that command is not working for me.

I did this command and I checked by typing /showplaces it said to me that I’m signing in with only one device but when I checked my Galaxy J7 2017, I was still sign in!

Please help me in this regard!

I sincerely hope that my request will be dealt with prompt response1!

With regards from Inamuddin with the Skype ID:

Charlsdarwin1

 

 

When the power of love overcomes the love of power
then the world know what is peace!
You can contact me via gmail:
inamuddin09@...
outlook:
inam092@...
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