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Re: Installing JAWs on Parallels


From: Joshue O Connor
Date: May 31, 2007 3:10AM

Jared Smith wrote:
> The
> biggest problem I had was that I couldn't use the JAWS key which is
> INSERT by default - the MacBook doesn't have an INSERT key. I used
> rempkey.exe to map F11 to INSERT and it seems to work fine.

Thats really useful to know Jared so thanks for that. I got a separate
USB keyboard just for the INSERT key, which is vital for using JAWS,
especially for power use. I have tried to find the Remapkey.exe
application and seem to be able to only get it as a part of Windows
Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools
I don't really need all of the sys admin apps that you get with this
download, is it possible to just get the Remapkey.exe file on its own?



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