In Using Braille on Windows, we introduced you to the basics of making a braille display work with various screen readers. In this session, we took this to the next level in the first of an occasional series of Masterclasses looking at the braille settings of a particular screen reader.
This time it was JAWS. There are lots of settings and we weren’t able to cover all of them in an hour, so instead we reviewed some of the most common questions we’re asked, found the settings that relate to them, and explained what they do.
- Adding and selecting your braille display
- Choosing your braille code and grade
- Status cells and their use in structured mode
- Reversing panning buttons and panning by paragraph
- Using JAWS Braille In ™
This session was recorded on Tuesday 6 July 2021. For further information please visit the Braillists Foundation Media Page.