mhorspool at live.co.uk
Fri Jul 21 14:29:22 BST 2017
To answer your question on JAWS voices, it still only comes with Eloquence by default, at least when you download it from the Internet - it might be different on the product CD or Elbraille.
However, Nuance Vocaliser voices are available for free download from the Freedom Scientific website. The easiest way to find them is to go into the JAWS "Help" menu and select "More Voices...". That will take you to the following web page:
From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of Georgina Joyce
Sent: 21 July 2017 10:10
To: BCAB Discussion List <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
Subject: Re: [BCAB] elbraille
Many thanks for this update. I much appreciate the time you have taken to write. I wondered how many voices does jaws come with now-a-days? Do you have large hands? Is the 14 a little cramped for you? Naturally with your fingers on the keys, how close to your sides are your elbows? I think if you have to bend / angle your wrists it affects your braille efficiency. Would you be comfortable using it on a train or bus’s narrow seat? I don’t know why I am asking you as I have already purchased one. I guess I would like to know of your initial experience.
> On 21 Jul 2017, at 08:54, dennis huckle <muir1918 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just to let you know a few little points regarding elbraille,
> I received mine yesterday, jaws already loaded and running, not my
> chosen voice however but that's easily changed.
> I got to work on it straight away, put outlook on there although had
> to renew my outlook subscription as I ran out of installs.
> Today put several radio stations on to desktop and created shortcuts
> to them.
> This is where I found using a qwerty keyboard was slightly better.
> Although the focus 14 is a really nice display I prefer the more
> perkins-like keyboard of the focus 40.
> Other than that everything went well although its slightly slower than
> I have been used to on a pc which is core 7 processor.
> But generally very happy.
> Kind regards,
> Dennis huckle.
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