JAWS (a third-party screen reader utility) may announce the cursor
position (row, column) with each keystroke in a terminal session.
- For JAWS 7.0 or higher, search in the Windows\All Users\Application Data\Freedom Scientific\Jaws\7.x\Settings\enu directory.
For JAWS versions earlier than 7.0, search in the JAWS50\SETTINGS\ENU directory.
- Remove the files listed below (either move them to a temporary directory or delete them).
- Restart JAWS.
You should see a significant difference in how JAWS reads the screen.
Below is the list of EXTRA.* files to remove to fix the problem:
For additional information about JAWS, see the Freedom Scientific web site at http://www.freedomscientific.com.