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FreeSpace 1.7by jeff weiss
Get drive free space and other info about any drive on your system
ToggleTrackFocus 1.0by Bernhard Renner
This script provides you with a hotkey to toggle the Mouse TrackFocus setting.
WEDiag 1.2.8by Ai Squared
Window-Eyes diagnostic utility.
HotWind 1.1.7by Chip Orange
Allows you to activate and maximize any open window with a single hotkey which it allows you to assign to the window. Useful when working with a large number of open windows, and you frequently need to change windows.
TaskMaster 1.5.1by Handy Tech Elektronik GmbH
Efficient Braille access to the Windows task bar.
Uninstall 2.9by Bruce Babcock
Uninstall version 2.9 runs on XP and Window 7 OS systems and is activated by holding down the Control-Shift keys and hitting the U key. Added to this version is the automatic reload of the program list if you have added-Installed or deleted-Uninstalled a program. (Adding works on XP only.) This app allows you to send an email or go to links that may be listed on the properties of the program by just hitting the space bar when on that property. You can also list all properties of any program by hitting the Page Down key and waiting for the list to be populated. You can also go back to a basic listing by hitting the Page Up key. You can also add or delete keys used to sort given programs you want listed.
Polyglot 1.0.4by Christo de Klerk
Translate input text or files between two languages.
Extended Dictionary 0.69.5by David Pedersen
This package has only been tested with Window-Eyes 8.4 and up. It cannot be guaranteed to run under any earlier version. The app is meant to be a Replacement, and Extention, to the built-in Exceptions Dictionary of Window-Eyes. It gives you the chance of storing separate dictionaries for each voice on your computer. Furthermore, under each individual voice, you can save Software-Specific Dictionaries for the applications that need special entries. You also can replace a character, word or phrase, with a sound clip. Please note: The app requires GWToolkit to be installed on your computer. To benefit from the sound clip feature, you will need to have the GWAudioKit app running as well. To read the full documentation, hit the hotkey Alt-Shift-9. You will be presented with a list of Contents of the documentation. Arrow to the chapter of your interest, and press Enter. Read the chapter, and press Alt-L, to close the window. You will be back in the list of Contents. When done, use the Escape key, to Cancel your way out of the dialogs. Alternatively, to open the Documentation, please go to App Manager, and focus the entry of DICTIONARY. Press the letter D, and then a second press on the letter D. Then follow the steps outlined above. (C) December 2014 - D.P. (Norway) firstname.lastname@example.org
Speech_Fix 1.3.2by Chip Orange
Corrects the speaking of "ordinals" and a few abbreviations