[Pc-listen] Ny opdatering af Jaws 2022

Brian Olesen brian at blindkom.dk
Tor Dec 16 20:50:00 CET 2021


Netop nu har vi fået en fin juleopdatering af Jaws 2022, som indeholder en
ny ting til punktlæsere og 16 fejlrettelser til resten af Jaws.


Jeg sætter herunder den engelske tekst ind, til alle I som behersker dette


Mvh. Brian


Enhancements in JAWS 2022.2112.24 (December 2021)

The following is a list of improvements made between the November 2021
release and the December 2021 update.

To download the latest release, visit the
<https://support.freedomscientific.com/Downloads/JAWS> Downloads web page.
You must be logged on as an administrator to install this software.

Show the Clock Right On Your Braille Display

If you use a braille display that offers status cells, JAWS and Fusion can
now show the time from the system clock in the status cells of your braille
display. You can even choose between 12 or 24 hour time as well as display
either hours and minutes or minutes and seconds and the time will
automatically update. Having a running clock right on the braille display
can be helpful when you are giving a presentation or you need to talk until
you reach a specific time, enabling you to quickly check the time similar to
a user glancing at the on screen clock.

To toggle the clock display in the status cells on or off, press
INSERT+SHIFT+F12, or if using a Focus braille display, LEFT SHIFT+RIGHT
SHIFT+DOTS 1-2-3. You can also use the Show time in status cells check box
in Settings Center to toggle this feature. If your status cells are
disabled, turning this feature on also temporarily enables them until you
turn it off. Turning on or off the clock display affects all applications.

To change how the time is displayed, open Settings Center, search for
"clock," and use the following options:

*	Select or clear the 24 Hour Format check box to display the clock
using either 24 hour or 12 hour time. For English, the default is to show 12
hour time, however, this may vary depending on the active JAWS language.
*	Use the Time Format group of radio buttons to change the clock
display between hours and minutes or minutes and seconds. The default is
hours and minutes.

Both settings can be configured for specific applications. For example, you
might want to change the time format to minutes and seconds in one
application, but leave it on hours and minutes everywhere else.

If you prefer not to continuously show the clock, pressing a Cursor Router
over the status cells area on most displays will briefly show the time as a
flash message and then return to what is currently being displayed.
Alternatively, if the clock is currently being shown, pressing a Cursor
Router over a status cell causes what would normally be displayed to be
briefly shown as a flash message.

Note: On certain braille displays, the cursor routers and status cells may
have a unique function, which could impact this feature working completely
on that display.

Other Changes

*	When launching Teams, Zoom, or Skype, where it is beneficial to
separate JAWS speech and audio in a call or meeting, JAWS or Fusion now
displays a dialog box offering a quick tip on using the Sound Splitter
feature. There is a check box in that dialog you can select to avoid seeing
this reminder in the future.
*	The Audio Ducking feature, which lowers the volume of other programs
while JAWS is speaking, is now unavailable if JAWS has been routed to the
left or right speaker using Sound Splitter.
*	If you are focused on a link in an email message or web page that
you are not sure about, you can now say a command like "Hey Sharky, Tell Me
the Address" to quickly find out where the link is going.
*	Addressed a reported issue in Word where JAWS was not indicating the
word count status in a document when pressing INSERT+PAGE DOWN.
*	Addressed reported issues where JAWS was not reading the Clipboard
History (WINDOWS+V) or the Emoji panel (WINDOWS+PERIOD) in Windows 11.
*	In Google Sheets, resolved an issue where JAWS was announcing the
previous cell along with the current cell when using table navigation
commands (ALT+CTRL+ARROW keys).
*	Added a new Quick Settings option for Outlook 365 for toggling the
sounds heard when the auto-complete list opens or closes when typing in
message header fields like To or CC.
*	When using JAWS on Citrix, improved performance with navigating
Excel spreadsheets, and resolved an issue with Say All not working correctly
in long documents.
*	JAWS now says "selection deleted" when pressing DELETE on a selected
block of text.
*	After deleting a line in Word, resolved a reported issue where JAWS
would only read the first letter of each line while navigating.
*	Resolved an issue in Firefox where JAWS was announcing an extra item
when tabbing into a radio button group.
*	Addressed a reported issue where JAWS would continue to say "star"
when pressing BACKSPACE in an empty login password field.
*	When entering text into Word or an Outlook message in a language
other than English, addressed an issue where JAWS was reading as if there
were no spaces between words. This was observed with several international
*	When pressing CTRL+ENTER in Chrome to open a link in a new tab and
you then used CTRL+TAB to switch to it, resolved an issue where JAWS would
continue reading the previous page instead of the new page that gained
*	In Google Chat, added the ability to press CTRL+UP ARROW to display
the most recent message from the chat history in the Chat edit field. This
functionality will be available in an update to Google Chat coming soon.
*	JAWS and Fusion users will now have limited access to Windows
Terminal/PowerShell. The December update has some of this working now and we
will continue to expand and improve the support for this with upcoming


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