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Re: OT: emacs with jaws



I also tried a Windows port of Emacs with JFW without much success.  I 
found that JFW wouldn't track the cursor in an edit buffer or the 
highlighted items in the menus.  I looked into a bit (I tried to change 
the cursor in Emacs or adjust the cursor tracking settings in JFW.), but I 
didn't get very far.  If anyone does figure anything out, I'd be 
interested in hearing about it.

BTW, I also plan on trying to run Linux with Emacspeak as a guest 
operating system under Windows 2000 using VMWare.  By doing this, I should 
be able to run JFW in Windows simultaneously with Emacspeak in Linux.

Christopher

Christopher J Chaltain
cchaltain@austin.rr.com




Doug Smith <bdsmith@buncombe.main.nc.us>
01/16/2002 06:03 PM
Please respond to bdsmith

 
        To:     roger@cclawyer.com
        cc:     emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu
        Subject:        Re: OT: emacs with jaws


Hi, Roger. I haven't heard from you in a while. How is it going? I
know that sounds quite horrifying, in fact, to some, it might give
Stephen King a run for his money, but he said he had the windows emacs
port. His problem was that JAWS wasn't recognizing some kind of
editable window. If emacs is working, just convert emacspeak, a
relatively simple task if you have all the necessary compilers and
interpreters such as the ones mentioned in the letter, write the
server and off you will go. 



Sorry about that. 

-- 
Doug Smith: The Righteousness of GOD,
Son of GOD,
Joint Heir with CHRIST 
and Keeper Of The Light.

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