The antenna at W0ZSW is a 200 foot long double extended Zepp, otherwise known around here as a “W0OXB Special”. Continue reading What kind of antenna does W0ZSW use?
So, what else is new with Web Transceiver version 184.108.40.206?: Menu Redesign
We at Handiham are all about simplicity and ease of use. That is why we are redesigning the menu system. Continue reading Menu Redesign
Client Software: Users who are not operating their own remote base stations
You do not have to open any special ports on your router to use the W4MQ client side Remote Base software. Continue reading Do I have to open ports on my router?
Hello Handiham Members and Volunteers
We wanted to make you aware of a known issue that we have on the list that is important to note. When you are connected to a station using the Remote Base client, we ask that you do not change from the connected station to another. Continue reading No changing active station while connected
Welcome to the New Web Transceiver Software Version 220.127.116.11!
This version of the W4MQ software has been developed to correct issues as documented throughout the beta cycle for version 6.2. Continue reading What’s new in 6.2
It’s coming, It’s coming, It’s here!
Here are special instructions for the authorization of Skype for blind users:
- Make sure Skype is running and that you are logged in. Continue reading Skype authorization steps for blind users
Sometimes you may need to clear out old permissions from the Advanced Settings area of Skype in order for the W4MQ software to interact correctly with Skype. Here are keyboard commands that will get you to the right spot: Continue reading How to remove outdated Skype permissions using keyboard commands
Here is a blog update for folks using Windows 8:
To all Handiham Members and volunteers,
While we work on updating the remote base client, we are uncovering some issues. Continue reading Logging function not working in Windows 8
To all Handiham Members and Volunteers,
We have a tip for folks that are using the remote bases and JAWS 13 or 14 is your screen reader of choice. When you are not able to read text on the remote base client interface, JAWS Convenient OCR technology might help you. You must be using JAWS 13 or 14 to take advantage of this feature. Essentially, the JAWS screen reader will take a snapshot of those windows that sometimes are hard to read and present the text contained within that window. With the remote base client, and before we update to a more screen reader friendly version (upcoming), you can actually read the entire contents of the main Remote Base client. Here is how to do it.
1. Press INSERT+SPACE (Sometimes INSERT is called the JAWSKey). On laptops, replace INSERT with CapsLock.
2. Press the letter O which stands for convenient OCR
3. Press the letter W which stands for window.
4. JAWS will present any text that it can find in plain text. This is useful if you want to be able to read power levels, or Gain, and so on.
We hope you can take advantage of this tip. 73, KK4JZX