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Re: Reset command key

Negoslav Sabev
 

Thank you! Great and clear instructions. It’s all done as I wanted.

Negoslav Sabev

On Feb 27, 2018, at 21:09, Doug Lee <dgl@...> wrote:

If you don't know, or can't type, your command key, you'll need to edit the skypeuwp.jcf file directly in your JAWS user folder:

Under the JAWS menu from Start, find Explore JAWS, then Explore My Settings. That will get you to the folder containing skypeuwp.jcf. On my machine, I do this by typing "explore" into the Start screen Search box, then arrowing
down to "Utilities - JAWS 2018" and pressing Enter; then pressing Enter on "Explore My JAWS."

Once in that folder, find skypeuwp.jcf and open it with Notepad, which I do via the "Open with..." dialog.

In that file, you should find a [MKCSOptions] section containing a single entry starting with CommandKey=. Change what comes after the = to indicate the key you want. Then save and close the file and switch back into Skype.
JAWS should say, "Updating command key, done." Try your new key now.

A few tips on keys - which I probably need to write up somewhere in the docs better than I did:

1. Usually if you want a shifted key, you'll need to type it out rather than just typing the key combination; for example, type shift+[ instead of {. Failure to do this tends to result in JAWS failing to recognize the key when
you type it.

2. If you want to use the caplock key, you can but must use "capslock"; example, capsLock+/.

3. If you choose a key combination that already has a JAWS script assigned, your choice will override JAWS; for example, specifying capsLock+[ will defeat the JAWS laptop-layout RouteJAWSToPC keystroke.

Best of luck.

On Tue, Feb 27, 2018 at 07:47:52PM +0200, Negoslav Sabev wrote:


hello Doug,

Thank you for creating and maintaining the Skype scripts for all versions. I am currently testing the scrips for universal windows platform ups. I have the following problem. I have changed the command key by pressing + and OK button. Unfortunately something happened, and I am not sure what exactly, but when I am pressing this key again it is not recognized as the command key, so I cannot execute any script commands. I uninstalled and reinstalled the scripts but the key stays the same and I have no other way to reset to another key. So my question is is it possible to reset the command key and is it possible such an option to land today quick Jaws settings is in the classic Skype version?

Negoslav Sabev


--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@... http://www.LevelAccess.com
"It is difficult to produce a television documentary that is both
incisive and probing when every twelve minutes one is interrupted by
dancing rabbits singing about toilet paper." --Rod Serling



Re: skype version 7.4

inamuddin khan
 

Write me of list:

Inamuddin09@...

I’ll share with my dropbox link with you which will download Skype 7.4.0.151

HTH

With regards from Inamuddin with the Skype:

Charlsdarwin1

 

 

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At the end, you have to ignore everything and clic I agree.
You can contact me via gmail:
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Add my Skype ID:
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Call me on my cell numbers:
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From: Gary Jackson
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 1:14 AM
To: skypeenglish@groups.io
Subject: [skypeenglish] skype version 7.4

 

Has anybody installed version 7.4 lately? If so, can you give me  a place to find the setup file? I have one but it keeps saying that it can't connect to the server.

 

Gary

 

 

 


Re: skype version 7.4

Jerry Pryde
 

Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2018 2:51 PM
Subject: [skypeenglish] skype version 7.4
 
Has anybody installed version 7.4 lately? If so, can you give me  a place to find the setup file? I have one but it keeps saying that it can't connect to the server.
 
Gary
 
 


skype version 7.4

Gary Jackson <gljackson@...>
 

Has anybody installed version 7.4 lately? If so, can you give me  a place to find the setup file? I have one but it keeps saying that it can't connect to the server.
 
Gary
 
 


Re: Reset command key

Doug Lee
 

If you don't know, or can't type, your command key, you'll need to edit the skypeuwp.jcf file directly in your JAWS user folder:

Under the JAWS menu from Start, find Explore JAWS, then Explore My Settings. That will get you to the folder containing skypeuwp.jcf. On my machine, I do this by typing "explore" into the Start screen Search box, then arrowing
down to "Utilities - JAWS 2018" and pressing Enter; then pressing Enter on "Explore My JAWS."

Once in that folder, find skypeuwp.jcf and open it with Notepad, which I do via the "Open with..." dialog.

In that file, you should find a [MKCSOptions] section containing a single entry starting with CommandKey=. Change what comes after the = to indicate the key you want. Then save and close the file and switch back into Skype.
JAWS should say, "Updating command key, done." Try your new key now.

A few tips on keys - which I probably need to write up somewhere in the docs better than I did:

1. Usually if you want a shifted key, you'll need to type it out rather than just typing the key combination; for example, type shift+[ instead of {. Failure to do this tends to result in JAWS failing to recognize the key when
you type it.

2. If you want to use the caplock key, you can but must use "capslock"; example, capsLock+/.

3. If you choose a key combination that already has a JAWS script assigned, your choice will override JAWS; for example, specifying capsLock+[ will defeat the JAWS laptop-layout RouteJAWSToPC keystroke.

Best of luck.

On Tue, Feb 27, 2018 at 07:47:52PM +0200, Negoslav Sabev wrote:


hello Doug,

Thank you for creating and maintaining the Skype scripts for all versions. I am currently testing the scrips for universal windows platform ups. I have the following problem. I have changed the command key by pressing + and OK button. Unfortunately something happened, and I am not sure what exactly, but when I am pressing this key again it is not recognized as the command key, so I cannot execute any script commands. I uninstalled and reinstalled the scripts but the key stays the same and I have no other way to reset to another key. So my question is is it possible to reset the command key and is it possible such an option to land today quick Jaws settings is in the classic Skype version?

Negoslav Sabev


--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@... http://www.LevelAccess.com
"It is difficult to produce a television documentary that is both
incisive and probing when every twelve minutes one is interrupted by
dancing rabbits singing about toilet paper." --Rod Serling


Reset command key

Negoslav Sabev
 

hello Doug,

Thank you for creating and maintaining the Skype scripts for all versions. I am currently testing the scrips for universal windows platform ups. I have the following problem. I have changed the command key by pressing + and OK button. Unfortunately something happened, and I am not sure what exactly, but when I am pressing this key again it is not recognized as the command key, so I cannot execute any script commands. I uninstalled and reinstalled the scripts but the key stays the same and I have no other way to reset to another key. So my question is is it possible to reset the command key and is it possible such an option to land today quick Jaws settings is in the classic Skype version?

Negoslav Sabev

Sent from my iPhone


Re: No Problem

Michele Barbi
 

For now I do not encounter any kind of problems with Skype 7.40, JAWS 18 and scripts revision 986. Note that JAWS 2018 is not yet available here in Italy, afaik.
Bye!
Barbuz


Re: First release of JAWS scripts for Skype 8 (Electron)

Hamza Ahmad
 

It seams good, but as long as skype classic is working fine, it is
better to use it. Otherwise, these scripts are there to use.

On 2/26/18, Doug Lee <dgl@...> wrote:
I have released JAWS scripts for Skype 8 for Windows Desktop. This is an
Electron app, and I often call it Skype Electron to help distinguish it from
the other two Skype versions for Windows.

The scripts and docs can be found at http://www.dlee.org/skype/electron/

Enjoy!

--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@...
http://www.LevelAccess.com
The very smart may feel they have nothing to learn from anyone;
The very wise will find something to learn from everyone. (7/14/01)




Re: No Problem

Hamza Ahmad
 

Me too is using the jaws 18 and 2018 together, and have no problems at all.

On 2/26/18, Jerry Pryde <jpryde1@...> wrote:
Hi all.

I must be the most blessed person on this list.
I’m reading all the problems some of you are having, and I’m amazed.
I’m still using Skype 7.0.0.151 on Windows 7, JAWS 15, and all is well; even
with a restart after installing updates.
But, if they’re phasing out classic skype, this too shall pass.
Jerry.


First release of JAWS scripts for Skype 8 (Electron)

Doug Lee
 

I have released JAWS scripts for Skype 8 for Windows Desktop. This is an Electron app, and I often call it Skype Electron to help distinguish it from the other two Skype versions for Windows.

The scripts and docs can be found at http://www.dlee.org/skype/electron/

Enjoy!

--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@... http://www.LevelAccess.com
The very smart may feel they have nothing to learn from anyone;
The very wise will find something to learn from everyone. (7/14/01)


No Problem

Jerry Pryde
 

Hi all.
 
I must be the most blessed person on this list.
I’m reading all the problems some of you are having, and I’m amazed.
I’m still using Skype 7.0.0.151 on Windows 7, JAWS 15, and all is well; even with a restart after installing updates.
But, if they’re phasing out classic skype, this too shall pass.
Jerry.


Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

ann
 

Hi,


I'm sorry to put you through all this and still have bad news. But I tried both suggestions, but no dice. Still getting a default setting message with Ins+q.


~Ann

On 2/23/2018 12:19 AM, Doug Lee wrote:
I have two more ideas:

1. Press Tab in Skype and then try Ins+Q again. I have tested the scripts under the latest Skype UWP on my machine today, and under JAWS 18 I one time saw Ins+Q say "Default settings are loaded" until I tabbed once.

2. There is a way to disable script and configuration sets in JAWS. I don't remember where it is or how it works because I never use it, but I do know it updates a JCF file. You should no longer have a Microsoft.SkypeApp.jcf
file in that folder, so if you have a skypeuwp.jcf, move that out of the way and try again. If that works, send the contents of that file here if you don't mind satisfying my curiosity. :)

On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 12:04:07AM -0500, ann wrote:
No one has been near this computer except me since i first installed the new
Skype and your scripts this morning. Actually, copying and/or moving/renaming
files is something I'd never thought of trying myself or I might have
accidentally done it.


I only found this one entry in confignames.ini:


Microsoft.SkypeApp!App=skypeuwp


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:59 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Strange in several ways, that one...

The script installer does not create any Microsoft.SkypeApp files. Those lines, though, are legitimate lines from the top of skypeuwp.jss, which you also have. I'm wondering if someone might have copied or moved/renamed files
in that folder at some point. If so, and if you have the means to do this, check for lines in ConfigNames.ini in the same foler that start with Microsoft.SkypeApp. My installer does set up a line in that file to load my
scripts.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:49:06PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


Moved the files out of the folder too no effect. I even quit and re-started
both Jaws and Skype,, still no change.


I have never installed any other scripts for this app. In fact, I hadn't
installed this particular version of Skype at all until this morning. But here
is the first few lines from the microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file:


; Scripts for Skype UWP
;
; Author: Doug Lee

/*
Copyright (c) 2017 Doug Lee.

~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:42 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Try moving the Microsoft.SkypeApp files into a backup folder, out of the JAWS user folder. Restart JAWS and see if that solves the problem. I think JAWS is loading those in place of the files set up by my installer. I'm curious
what's in the Microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file though, since that's not one of mine but is a file name that would normally indicate another set of scripts for this application.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:36:54PM -0500, ann wrote:
It does contain the microsoft.SkypeApp jcf and jss files. It also has a ton of
SkypeUwp files.


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:30 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann





Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

Doug Lee
 

I have two more ideas:

1. Press Tab in Skype and then try Ins+Q again. I have tested the scripts under the latest Skype UWP on my machine today, and under JAWS 18 I one time saw Ins+Q say "Default settings are loaded" until I tabbed once.

2. There is a way to disable script and configuration sets in JAWS. I don't remember where it is or how it works because I never use it, but I do know it updates a JCF file. You should no longer have a Microsoft.SkypeApp.jcf
file in that folder, so if you have a skypeuwp.jcf, move that out of the way and try again. If that works, send the contents of that file here if you don't mind satisfying my curiosity. :)

On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 12:04:07AM -0500, ann wrote:
No one has been near this computer except me since i first installed the new
Skype and your scripts this morning. Actually, copying and/or moving/renaming
files is something I'd never thought of trying myself or I might have
accidentally done it.


I only found this one entry in confignames.ini:


Microsoft.SkypeApp!App=skypeuwp


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:59 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Strange in several ways, that one...

The script installer does not create any Microsoft.SkypeApp files. Those lines, though, are legitimate lines from the top of skypeuwp.jss, which you also have. I'm wondering if someone might have copied or moved/renamed files
in that folder at some point. If so, and if you have the means to do this, check for lines in ConfigNames.ini in the same foler that start with Microsoft.SkypeApp. My installer does set up a line in that file to load my
scripts.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:49:06PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


Moved the files out of the folder too no effect. I even quit and re-started
both Jaws and Skype,, still no change.


I have never installed any other scripts for this app. In fact, I hadn't
installed this particular version of Skype at all until this morning. But here
is the first few lines from the microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file:


; Scripts for Skype UWP
;
; Author: Doug Lee

/*
Copyright (c) 2017 Doug Lee.

~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:42 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Try moving the Microsoft.SkypeApp files into a backup folder, out of the JAWS user folder. Restart JAWS and see if that solves the problem. I think JAWS is loading those in place of the files set up by my installer. I'm curious
what's in the Microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file though, since that's not one of mine but is a file name that would normally indicate another set of scripts for this application.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:36:54PM -0500, ann wrote:
It does contain the microsoft.SkypeApp jcf and jss files. It also has a ton of
SkypeUwp files.


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:30 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann







--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@... http://www.LevelAccess.com
Snowmen fall from heaven, unassembled.
--anon


Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

ann
 

No one has been near this computer except me since i first installed the new Skype and your scripts this morning. Actually, copying and/or moving/renaming files is something I'd never thought of trying myself or I might have accidentally done it.


I only found this one entry in confignames.ini:


Microsoft.SkypeApp!App=skypeuwp


~Ann

On 2/22/2018 11:59 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Strange in several ways, that one...

The script installer does not create any Microsoft.SkypeApp files. Those lines, though, are legitimate lines from the top of skypeuwp.jss, which you also have. I'm wondering if someone might have copied or moved/renamed files
in that folder at some point. If so, and if you have the means to do this, check for lines in ConfigNames.ini in the same foler that start with Microsoft.SkypeApp. My installer does set up a line in that file to load my
scripts.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:49:06PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


Moved the files out of the folder too no effect. I even quit and re-started
both Jaws and Skype,, still no change.


I have never installed any other scripts for this app. In fact, I hadn't
installed this particular version of Skype at all until this morning. But here
is the first few lines from the microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file:


; Scripts for Skype UWP
;
; Author: Doug Lee

/*
Copyright (c) 2017 Doug Lee.

~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:42 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Try moving the Microsoft.SkypeApp files into a backup folder, out of the JAWS user folder. Restart JAWS and see if that solves the problem. I think JAWS is loading those in place of the files set up by my installer. I'm curious
what's in the Microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file though, since that's not one of mine but is a file name that would normally indicate another set of scripts for this application.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:36:54PM -0500, ann wrote:
It does contain the microsoft.SkypeApp jcf and jss files. It also has a ton of
SkypeUwp files.


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:30 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann





Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

Doug Lee
 

Strange in several ways, that one...

The script installer does not create any Microsoft.SkypeApp files. Those lines, though, are legitimate lines from the top of skypeuwp.jss, which you also have. I'm wondering if someone might have copied or moved/renamed files
in that folder at some point. If so, and if you have the means to do this, check for lines in ConfigNames.ini in the same foler that start with Microsoft.SkypeApp. My installer does set up a line in that file to load my
scripts.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:49:06PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


Moved the files out of the folder too no effect. I even quit and re-started
both Jaws and Skype,, still no change.


I have never installed any other scripts for this app. In fact, I hadn't
installed this particular version of Skype at all until this morning. But here
is the first few lines from the microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file:


; Scripts for Skype UWP
;
; Author: Doug Lee

/*
Copyright (c) 2017 Doug Lee.

~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:42 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Try moving the Microsoft.SkypeApp files into a backup folder, out of the JAWS user folder. Restart JAWS and see if that solves the problem. I think JAWS is loading those in place of the files set up by my installer. I'm curious
what's in the Microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file though, since that's not one of mine but is a file name that would normally indicate another set of scripts for this application.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:36:54PM -0500, ann wrote:
It does contain the microsoft.SkypeApp jcf and jss files. It also has a ton of
SkypeUwp files.


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:30 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann







--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@... http://www.LevelAccess.com
"Maturity is knowing that the world owes you nothing. Freedom is knowing you owe it the same. Character is how
you respond to the knowing." --Jack Kincaid


Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

ann
 

Hi,


Moved the files out of the folder too no effect. I even quit and re-started both Jaws and Skype,, still no change.


I have never installed any other scripts for this app. In fact, I hadn't installed this particular version of Skype at all until this morning. But here is the first few lines from the microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file:


; Scripts for Skype UWP
;
; Author: Doug Lee

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~Ann

On 2/22/2018 11:42 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Try moving the Microsoft.SkypeApp files into a backup folder, out of the JAWS user folder. Restart JAWS and see if that solves the problem. I think JAWS is loading those in place of the files set up by my installer. I'm curious
what's in the Microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file though, since that's not one of mine but is a file name that would normally indicate another set of scripts for this application.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:36:54PM -0500, ann wrote:
It does contain the microsoft.SkypeApp jcf and jss files. It also has a ton of
SkypeUwp files.


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:30 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann





Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

Doug Lee
 

Try moving the Microsoft.SkypeApp files into a backup folder, out of the JAWS user folder. Restart JAWS and see if that solves the problem. I think JAWS is loading those in place of the files set up by my installer. I'm curious
what's in the Microsoft.SkypeApp.jss file though, since that's not one of mine but is a file name that would normally indicate another set of scripts for this application.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:36:54PM -0500, ann wrote:
It does contain the microsoft.SkypeApp jcf and jss files. It also has a ton of
SkypeUwp files.


~Ann




On 2/22/2018 11:30 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann







--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@... http://www.LevelAccess.com
Don't be afraid your life will end; be afraid that itwill never begin.
-- Grace Hansen


Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

ann
 

It does contain the microsoft.SkypeApp jcf and jss files. It also has a ton of SkypeUwp files.


~Ann

On 2/22/2018 11:30 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann





Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

Doug Lee
 

Does your JAWS user folder contain any files starting with Microsoft.SkypeApp? Even if letters are not capitalized as I just did here? Also make sure you see a bunch of skypeuwp... files in that folder.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:12:55PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi,


There were no errors when I ran?? the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from
typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.




On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann






--
Doug Lee dgl@... http://www.dlee.org
Level Access doug.lee@... http://www.LevelAccess.com
"The nice thing about standards is that there are so many of them
to choose from." -- Andrew Tanenbaum


Re: Can't get SkypeUWP scripts from dlee.org to work

ann
 

Hi,


There were no errors when I ran  the .exe installer file.


I did not hear any version number. But, here is the virtual buffer output from typing Ins+q twice:


JAWS Settings Information:
Default settings are used in the Microsoft.SkypeApp application.
The configuration name is Microsoft.SkypeApp.
The current scheme is Classic.


List JAWS Hot Keys
Press ESCAPE to close this message.

On 2/22/2018 11:07 PM, Doug Lee wrote:
A few questions:

1. Did you get any error messages during install? I assume here that you ran the installer. Manually unpacking the installer file into settings\enu will not work.

If you got a compile error and you find a uia.jsh file in the JAWS user folder, remove it and run the installer again. Note though, I mean the user folder, not the shared folder. The user folder is what you get by going to
Explore JAWS, Explore My Settings.

2. When you run the installer, you should see a list of JAWS versions. Make sure your JAWS version appears in that list and that it is selected. By default though, all JAWS versions recognized are selected.

3. Assuming you can install without an error message, then go into Skype and type Ins+Q and tell me what revision number you hear. If Ins+Q does not speak a revision number, go to the next question.

4. Virtualize the Ins+Q output by typing Ins+Q twice quickly, then paste the resulting user buffer into your next message to this list, so I can see it.

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:41:28PM -0500, ann wrote:
Hi folks,


I am using Jaws18 and Windows 10, latest version. Since i understand Microsoft
is getting rid of the old Skype Desktop program, I am trying to learn to use
the newest version of Skype for Windows10. I downloaded Jaws scripts from
dlee.org and ran the executable .exe installer. But these scripts do not seem
to be loading when I start Skype the trusted app version.


Does anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks so much for any help,

~Ann



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