JAWS Scripts For Hayaemon
With contributions by
Jitendra and ramkumar (from the ultrauniverse team)
Last Revised September, 2012
This document describes the scripts for Hayaemon and provides tips for
using this application with JAWS.
This document can be opened from within Hayaemon via a double press
of JAWSKey+F1 (or Insert+F1).
This document is laid out for easy navigation using JAWS HTML heading
navigation commands: H will move through all headings,
2 through major sections, and 3 and 4
through any subsections or subsubsections.
Table of Contents
These scripts provide the following features beyond those available in
- Better naming of controls in the main screen.
- Parallels to the Winamp script commands for checking track times:
Ctrl+JAWSKey+T for total track length,
Alt+Shift+T for elapsed time, and Ctrl+Shift+T
for remaining time.
- Ctrl+Shift+W launches the home page for these scripts
in the default browser. This can be useful when checking for updates.
Information regarding the user's script revision, JAWS version, and
Hayaemon version is sent to the script author's web site by this command
as well, so the author can keep track of what configurations
to support with the scripts.
There are no known system requirements for these scripts beyond those
for Hayaemon itself. However, JAWS versions older than 11.0 have not
been carefully tested with these scripts. The scripts were written
against Hayaemon 2.49 beta 12 for Windows.
To install these scripts on a new system:
- Load JAWS if this has not already been done. This will require
administrative privileges on the PC.
- Run JAWS as the user for whom the scripts are to be installed.
This and the following steps must be performed for each user of the PC
who will be using JAWS with these scripts.
- Run the script installer and follow its instructions.
Sliders in the main screen are mostly not named at this time, but
since they each immediately follow corresponding named edit spinboxes
in tab order, their names are contextually apparent.