Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Length: Two lessons, one hour each
Exam offered (optional): Yes
Continuing Education Units (CEU) awarded: 0.3
When developing scripts for JAWS or MAGic it is important to first examine the structure of the application you are working with. Script Utility mode provides a means of looking at the structure and components of a program to learn what information is available for JAWS or MAGic to speak. Join us in this two-part series to learn how to more effectively use the JAWS Script Utility mode to analyze the structure of a Windows application. Topics may include analyzing windows and objects, using the logging feature, debugging scripts and functions that are currently running, and more. It is strongly recommended that you understand the basics of writing scripts and functions before participating in this Webinar.