i can use jaws to read windows dialog box under wine!
hank.smith966 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 05:12:14 UTC 2017
do you know how to make a nvda portable?
if not I can make one and get it to you.
On 2/19/2017 9:53 PM, Amir wrote:
> good news! let me explain clearly, sorry if unclear.
> first i install wine and all packages, winetricks and so on.
> and i use storm dragon's script to get sapi working.
> and then i download jaws 3.3 from the internet, and then i set the
> windows to 98. Not sure what version of windwos works with jaws 3.3
> though. I think i will try xp next time. the code is,
> winetricks win98
> next, i run jaws 33 installer, wine jaws3.3.exe /silent . Maybe the
> file name is similar, but something like that. The winzip self
> extracting dialog pops up, thanks to ocr desktop, i can read that
> message. so i hit enter to continue.
> then doctor jaws came, and i got error. Don't enter on the error
> message, because if you did that, the jaws will be installed. The
> purpose of me trying to avoid installation of jaws is, it cant be run
> from the installed version, meaning if you use the jfw.exe and enter,
> it will complaint about video driver not install. So for now, just
> ignore the dialog and use doctor jaws, with eloquence, working. Next,
> open the windows applications that you want, it should work hopefully!
> I was able to register super football using jaws, it reads and speaks
> what i've typed!
> if yours doesnt work, just to let you know that i also try installing
> the msaa but i didnt get finish screen so i dont know whether it is
> successfull or not. Now, need to find the nvda portable, if i can get
> it running, it'll be great!
> On 02/20/2017 11:26 AM, The Wolf wrote:
>> if jaws doesn't work, try nvda
>> On 2/19/2017 8:17 PM, Amir wrote:
>>> take a look at:
>>> i've downloaded it, and try installing it using the /silent flag in
>>> wine, and it said 13 files extracted. now i am going to run the jaws
>>> demo and see whether it works or not.
>>> anyone can comment on this?
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