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GWKB1005 : Smart Web Browsing with Window-EyesProdukt: Window-Eyes
Autor: Aaron Smith
Date dodania: 20/09/2005
Ostatnia modyfikacja: 20/09/2005
Anchors are elements that provide a method to link one document to another, or link one location to another. Anchors can also be used to provide values specifically for reference from other anchors (such as links). The anchor next and anchor prior hot keys allow for quick navigation between anchors that are used to provide values. The anchor next and anchor prior hot keys do not, however, navigate between links. For link navigation, the user would use the link next and link prior hot keys.
Filling out forms in MSAA mode
The user can interact with some form controls without having to leave MSAA mode, creating a more fluid browsing experience. Check boxes and radio buttons may both be toggled while in MSAA mode by pressing the SPACE BAR. MSAA mode will turn off when pressing ENTER to interact with edit boxes, or when pressing ENTER to interact with buttons.
Eloquence and Multiple Languages
If the user is using the SAPI engine Eloquence or RealSpeak, and have multiple languages installed, Window-Eyes will automatically switch to the specified language (assuming correct installation), and will speak the element in that language.
User Definable Popup WAVs
Users can use the default tones for New Browser Window (background) and New Browser Window (foreground), or specify their own WAV files in the Program Events list box under the Sounds tab of the Sound control panel. Any Windows compatible WAV file can be used to replace the default Window-Eyes New Browser Window sounds.
Quick Beginning / End Movement Keys
A user may utilize both the [ (left bracket) & ] (right bracket) keys to move to the beginning and end of the current element respectively. For example, if a user has navigated to the middle of a paragraph, and wishes to jump immediately to the beginning of that paragraph, they would press [ (left bracket) followed by the paragraph key, P. The user would automatically be placed at the beginning of the current paragraph. If the user then wanted to advance immediately to the end of the paragraph, they would press ] (right bracket) followed by the paragraph key, P. The user would automatically be placed at the end of the current paragraph.
Drag and Drop to select
The Window-Eyes Drag and Drop feature (discussed in Section 11.5: Mouse Drag and Drop of the Window-Eyes manual) can be used to quickly select large amounts of text inside the MSAA buffer. For example, to select the text from a number of paragraphs on a given web page, the user would move the MSAA pointer to the position where the selected text was to start, and "mark" that position with the Window-Eyes Drag and Drop feature. The user would then navigate to the position where the selected text was to end, and "drop" the MSAA pointer. All text between the initial starting point and the ending point would be selected inside the MSAA buffer. Pressing CTRL-C would copy the text to the clipboard, making it available for pasting in other applications.
Route Mouse to Current Element
The Window-Eyes Mouse to Cursor hot key can also be used to route the mouse pointer to a given element on a web page. Pressing the Mouse to Cursor hot key will always route the mouse to the current element on a web page.
Example 1: If the user needs to perform a single left mouse click on an image on a web page, the user would navigate to the image, press the Mouse to Cursor hot key (INS-NUMPAD-PLUS by default), and then press the Single Click Left Button.
Example 2: If the user needs to access a web page image for future use (i.e. scanning with an OCR package, or e-mailing to a friend), the user would navigate to the image, press the Mouse to Cursor hot key (INS-NUMPAD-PLUS by default), and then press the Single Click Right to bring up a context menu for that image. Once the context menu is visible, the user has the option of performing several tasks such as saving the image, e-mailing the image, printing the image, retrieving the properties of the image (URL, size, dimensions, type, etc.), and more.
ALT-ENTER has three very important features:
Element Properties Key
The Window-Eyes Element Properties hot key (INS-E by default) allows the user to receive additional information about the properties of a given element. For example, if the user would like to know the color of the text of a given piece of text on a web page, the user would navigate to that text, and press INS-E. The Element Properties dialog currently contains the following properties:
Moving Through Headings
Users have the option of swiftly moving through the headings of a given web page by pressing numbers 1 through 6 (depending upon the level of the heading the user wishes to advance to) followed by the letter H. For example, to reach the first level 2 heading on a web page, the user would press 2 followed by the letter H. Consecutive presses of the letter H at this point would continue to move through all headings regardless of their designated level. To move to a specific level again, the user would press the number of the heading level, followed by pressing the letter H.
Surfing with Sighted Friends
The line that the MSAA pointer currently inhabits will always be visible on the screen. For example, if a user traverses down past the last visible line on the web page, Window-Eyes will scroll the web page until the line with the MSAA pointer becomes visible. This feature allows both Window-Eyes users and sighted individuals to surf web pages together, always able to stay in synch with one another.
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