[BCAB] JAWS and Putty
Barry.Toner at clanmil.org.uk
Tue Feb 12 15:54:52 GMT 2013
Hole heartidly agree re putty and TeraTerm.
You can grab Tera Term here with JAWS scripts that will probably need to be compiled for your current version
From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of Michael A. Ray
Sent: 12 February 2013 15:43
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: Re: [BCAB] JAWS and Putty
I don't use Jaws so I don't know the answer. However, I do know that PuTTY uses a non-standard way of writing text to the screen and that's why it's such a pain.
NVDA works ok with it but I have found that Tera-Term is far, far better with screen-readers.
I have been using it to connect to my Raspberry Pi and editing stuff with nano.
Incidentally a couple of days ago I got a console-mode screen-reader going on the Pi, if that's what you're connecting to.
Now you're going to ask me where to find Tera-Term...it took me ages and I had a couple of abortive attempts when I managed to install something without the SSH plugin included. So I will see if I still have the installer and send it to you off list if you want.
On 12/02/2013 12:04, Chris wrote:
> Hi list. Sorry I’m with all the questions today.
> Anyone know of settings that can be adjusted or tips for using JAWS in a terminal window such as PuTTY? Specifically using a text editor such as nano on a Linux system. I’m finding when moving around, it’s very hard to locate a specific word or character. JAWS will miss words or lines as you pass over. When you return with the cursor keys, it made read it twice.
> Chris Turner
Michael A. Ray
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Use the NVDA screen-reader, not Scientific, just Freedom:
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