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Topic Title: How to make a scroll command for Firefox and Thunderbird?
Topic Summary: using your verbal basic
Created On: 03/30/2012 03:13 PM
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 How to make a scroll command for Firefox and Thunderbird?   - StGeorge - 03/30/2012 03:13 PM  
 How to make a scroll command for Firefox and Thunderbird?   - Lunis Orcutt - 03/30/2012 04:49 PM  
 03/30/2012 03:13 PM
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To Lunis Orcutt I have been thinking about what would make both Firefox and Thunderbird somewhat easier to use, with say one or two commands. I am typing this message using Dragon and Knowbrainer, plus I can open just about every program including the two in question, but cannot scroll in either one which would be very useful! I know you have the Command construction available but am not aware of how to construct the script needed for either one, or both. If I could get some guidelines on how to, maybe I could take care of this small problem?


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Variable universal scrolling commands, that work in Firefox, are included in your current KnowBrainer command software. Try saying Scroll Down 7 and see what happens. The actual KnowBrainer command is Scroll <Direction> <1-100> in any direction (including left and right) but you probably can't scroll much slower than 7. To stop scrolling say… Drumroll please…say Stop Scrolling or Escape.

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