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Re: Speech Viewer for JAWS?

From: Michael Gower <michael.gower@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2018 09:15:26 -0800
To: "Wright, Isaiah" <Isaiah.Wright@ally.com>
Cc: "w3c-wai-ig@w3.org" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
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Isaiah, please have a look at Speech History to see if this is something 
like what you're looking for.
http://doccenter.freedomscientific.com/doccenter/doccenter/rs25c51746a0cc/2014_12_3_using_jaws_speech_history/02_Speech_History_Mode.htm


Michael Gower
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From:   "Wright, Isaiah" <Isaiah.Wright@ally.com>
To:     "w3c-wai-ig@w3.org" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Date:   2018-02-28 08:49 AM
Subject:        Speech Viewer for JAWS?



Sorry for the double post – I sent my previous email with the wrong 
subject line!
 
 
NVDA offers a great feature called Speech Viewer which allows you to 
visually see what the screen reader is saying. Does JAWS have an 
equivalent to this? Through a google search, I found a thread from 2013 
that suggested using JAWS Braille viewer. It looked promising but it only 
displays the first 40 characters of what is being read.
 
I am a user experience (UX) researcher and I’m conducting some 
accessibility testing on our site with real users. It would be great if I 
could read and save everything that the screen reader is saying. This will 
help me analyze what users did so that I can make recommendations to our 
creative teams on things they can change in order to make users’ 
experiences more delightful.
 
Thanks!
-Isaiah M. Wright
 



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