[AI] Re; Introduction- a new member

Kuldeep Kumar kumarkuldeep47 at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 19 03:06:26 EDT 2010


Dear Mahesh, There are many problems in life

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Subject: AccessIndia Digest, Vol 51, Issue 108
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Date: Saturday, 17 July, 2010, 5:38 PM


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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Introduction - new member. (B. P. Mohith)
   2. Re: AccessIndia Digest, Vol 51, Issue 107 problem about rail
      way recruetment (saddula anjaneyulu)
   3. Re: Specifications  of C5 (Anuj Verma)


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Message: 1
Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 22:04:15 +0530
From: "B. P. Mohith" <ckm.mohith at gmail.com>
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Subject: Re: [AI] Introduction - new member.
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Hearty welcome to this mailing list Mahesh,
I think it will be better if you learn some accessability softwares first.
It is up to your interest to join IT field or Gvt jobs.


On 7/17/10, mahesh kumar <mahesh.proff at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear
 Friends,
>
>        First-of-all, I feel very very happy to know about this mailing list.
> I gained lot of confidence just by reading all  the mails i got from last
> ten days. And still, I'm growing in confidence now. I thank the list
> moderator and organizer of the list for this great work. I think many people
> like me are getting benefited through this one. Let me introduce to all of
> you.
>
>                                    I'm Mahesh Kumar, completed my B. tech
> degree in Mechanical Engineering in May 2010. I came to know about my Visual
> impairement  and RP just three  years ago. Luckily or Unluckily, my vision
> has not spolied to great extent and i used to read the paper with naked eye
> but with some difficulty. Now also, I have same
 condition. Only few of my
> friends know about my condition Till that time, i used to perform very well
> in my academics and i used to be in the list of first three members in my
> class. But when i came to know about this disability, i was depressed to a
> great extent, As my parents are not much educated and as i live in a small
> town, I was unable to know the opportunities for the V.I candidates.But from
> past one year, I'm coming to know about the facilities and  technologies
> which help us to perform equally as the others, I feel that i made a blunder
> by feeling depressed. Because of which, my percentage in graduation has been
> dropped to 75% where it is 90% in my 10th and 96% in my 10+2. I managed to
> study the last two years of my graduation with the help of my friends.
>
> You may feel this one silly... i didnt even attended the  campus placements
>
 conducted in my college. I was so stupid at that time.
>
>
> However, past is past. Now, I came to know that we can find opportunities in
> many places. I feel so glad to hear that. But now, i'm confused of choosing
> the below two fields:
>
> 1. I'm interested in getting in to IT sector as the job is to be done using
> computers, i feel it suits better. I request the Techie guys present in this
> list l to advice me and give me  guidance in choosing this career.
>
> 2. Getting a govt job before my vision gets deteriorate.  and to settle as
> soon as possible.
>
> And also, I request all of the list members to inform any information which
> they  feel is useful to me.
>
> At present, I'm comfortable with using  magnifier.  I know Jaws too... but
> not completely. I'm still learning some keystrokes.
>
> Please
 be patient to read this long mail. And I request all the list members
> to extend their cooperation whenever neede.  You can also contact me off the
> list too.
>
> With Regards,
> Mahesh Kumar B
> Phone:.  +91-9030936798
> Email 1 : maheshguru.b at gmail.com
> Email 2: mahesh.proff at gmail.com
> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with
> disability bill at:
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-- 
"Strength is life, weakness is death"

Best Regards
Mohith B. P.
Personal ID:
mohithbp at rediffmail.com



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On Sat, 17 Jul 2010 20:43:45 +0530  wrote

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Today's Topics:







  1. Re: Driver for the scanner
 (Sumesh K S)



  2. Skype 3.8 Required (jagadeshwari kumari)



  3. Re: Skype 3.8 Required (Vijay Kumar P.V.S.)



  4. Re: Quarries about writer in Bank exams (Vamshi. G)



  5. Introduction - new member. (mahesh kumar)



  6. Re: Quarries about writer in Bank exams (mahesh kumar)



  7. Re: problem with google talk (jignesh thakur)



  8. Re: problem with google talk (jyotsna diwan)











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Message: 1



Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 18:08:31 +0530



From: "Sumesh K S" 



To: 



Subject: Re: [AI] Driver for the scanner



Message-ID: 



Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed;
 charset="iso-8859-1";



reply-type=original







Thanks a lot for sending me the number,



With best regards,



Sumesh K S



----- Original Message ----- 



From: "B. P. Mohith" 



To: 



Sent: Saturday, July 17, 2010 11:31 AM



Subject: Re: [AI] Driver for the scanner











> Sumesh, below I am pasting the toll free number of Acer, try this from



> BSNL or MTNL you may get some help



> 1800116677



>



>



> On 7/16/10, Sumesh K S  wrote:



>> Hi all,



>> Recently one of my friend got an old scanner. But he didn't get the 



>> driver



>> cd. The model number and other details of the scanner is given below.
 If



>> some of you have the driver or if you know the source from which I can 



>> get



>> it, please be kind enough to help me by giving that.



>>



>> Acer Scanprisa 640p manufactured in 2000.



>> serial number is



>> 91675240QE0220270552000.



>>



>> MODEL NUMBER: 66960QE.



>> It will be a great help to me if some you can give me the driver.



>> Thanking you,



>> Sumesh K S



>> Mob:09747092956



>> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with



>> disability bill at:



>> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm



>>



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>



>



> -- 



> "Strength is
 life, weakness is death"



>



> Best Regards



> Mohith B. P.



> Personal ID:



> mohithbp at rediffmail.com



>



> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with 



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Message: 2



Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 05:44:42 -0700



From: jagadeshwari kumari 



To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



Subject: [AI] Skype 3.8 Required



Message-ID:







Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1







Hi all! can anybody please
 help me lending me the above-mentioned.



Even though I tried to download it from oldaps.com, it ended up with



no result. Script is also required for the same. Thanks, K.



Jagadeshwari.







-- 



Mob: 9900250122



Res: 080-23236014



Skype: k.jagadeshwari78















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Message: 3



Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 18:48:49 +0530



From: "Vijay Kumar P.V.S." 



To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



Subject: Re: [AI] Skype 3.8 Required



Message-ID:







Content-Type: text/plain;
 charset=ISO-8859-1







You can get it from the following website







http://www.filehippo.com







With warm regards



VIJAY











-- 



"Man needs his difficulties because they are necessary to enjoy



success." A.P.J. Abdul Kalam















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Message: 4



Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 18:50:10 +0530



From: "Vamshi. G" 



To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



Subject: Re: [AI] Quarries about writer in Bank
 exams



Message-ID:







Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1







Hi,







The present rules of scribe are certainly ridiculous.







now that all banks are free to lay down their own rules, people/NGOs



in a certain area should approach the banks whose central offices are



located in that particular area. For example, Mr. Gautam, President



of NFB Karnataka, is in Banglore and hence can approach banks like



Corporation bank, Vijaya Bank, Syndicate bank, etc. Efforts can be



made to sensitise them about the present rules and how they are



making life difficult for visually challenged people, and above all,



propose rules that are amicable to both banks and candidates.







They should be sensitised as to how
 aspects like scribe from a



different academic stream are irrelevant for a banking entrance exam,



and how strengthening of invigilation can replace the current



stringent rules.







Almost all the banks' head offices are located in places like Mumbai,



Delhi, Kolkatta, Chennai, Hyderabad, Banglore, where we have some very



good NGOs operating. So, they can summarise the experiences of



visually challenged people and present them before the banks.







In the meanwhile, we can put efforts towards creating a centralised



database of willing scribes and try to cater to the needs of needy



people. In searching scribes, once our own friend on Access India was



successful in using social networking sites like Orkut, Twitter, etc.,



to find people with the required
 conditions.







I heard kanchan madam is fighting a legal battle on this issue, but



don't know the details and progress. But as she always says, everyone



should shoulder the responsibility in winning a major battle.







-- 



G. Vamshi



PH Res :+91 877-2243861



Mobile: +91 9949349497



E-mail ID:



gvamshiai at gmail.com



Skype: gvamshi81







www.retinaindia.org



>From darkness unto light























On 7/2/10, gautam  wrote:



> Dear swasti,



>



> Thanks a lot for responding my quires in regard with
 facility of writer in



> bank exams. Actually some people from Karnataka have approached me to



> address the issue of relaxation in eligibility condition for writer for not



> having more tahn 60% marks in last exam. According to them because of this



> condition it is difficult to get eligible writer in time. Here I would like



> to know what are the experiences and thoughts of the people in all other



> states in this regard.



>



> With regards,



>



> Gautam Agarwal.



>



> -----Original Message-----



> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in



> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Swasti Mathur



> Sent: 29 June 2010 17:41



> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



> Subject: Re: [AI] Quarries about writer in Bank exams



>



> hello sir,



> rules for a writer in bank exams are as follows.



> the scribe is to be arranged by the candidate itself. bank does not



> provide any such facility.



> the qualification of writer must be one grade less than the required



> qualification for the post. for example, required qualification for
 the



> post of clerk is 10 + 2, than writer should be of 10 + 1 or less. but



> not equevilant to 10 + 2.



> percentage of scribe in last passed exam in any case should not be more



> than 60%.



> probabely, all banks have same eligibility criteria for scribe. it does



> not vary from bank to bank.



> every state has same rules regarding writer. while filling form you have



> to specify in the form whether you need a scribe or not.



> hope everything is clear.



> gautam wrote:



>> Hello friends,



>>



>>



>>



>> Would anyone respond my quarries pertaining to the provision of writer for



>> v.i. Examinees in bank exams which include
 following



>>



>>



>>



>> 1.      If the writer is provided by bank? Or the examinee has to



>> arrange his/ her own.



>>



>>



>>



>> 2.     What are the eligibility conditions for writer?



>>



>>



>>



>> 3.     If these rules equally apply in all bank exams or vary from



> bank



>> to bank?



>>



>>



>>



>> 4.    If the rules may vary from state to state even in same bank?



>>



>>



>>



>> 5.    Some one has told me that one of the
 conditions is that the



> marks



>> of the writer in last passed exam should be less than 60 p.c. Is this



> true?



>>



>>



>>



>> 6.         Does this condition not cause inconvenience to get a



>> suitable writer?



>>



>>



>>



>> Thanks in advance.



>>



>>



>>



>>



>>



>> With due regard,



>>



>>



>>



>> Gautam agarwal.



>>



>>



>>



>> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
 with



> disability bill at:



>> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm



>>



>> To unsubscribe send a message to accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in



> with the subject unsubscribe.



>>



>> To change your subscription to digest mode or make any other changes,



> please visit the list home page at



>>



> http://accessindia.org.in/mailman/listinfo/accessindia_accessindia.org.in



>>



>>



>



>



> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with



> disability bill at:



> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm



>



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>



>



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> disability bill at:



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>



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 at



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>















------------------------------







Message: 5



Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 18:55:30 +0530



From: mahesh kumar 



To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



Subject: [AI] Introduction - new member.



Message-ID:







Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1







Dear Friends,







    First-of-all, I feel very very happy to know about this mailing
 list.



I gained lot of confidence just by reading all the mails i got from last



ten days. And still, I'm growing in confidence now. I thank the list



moderator and organizer of the list for this great work. I think many people



like me are getting benefited through this one. Let me introduce to all of



you.







                  I'm Mahesh Kumar, completed my B. tech



degree in Mechanical Engineering in May 2010. I came to know about my Visual



impairement and RP just three years ago. Luckily or Unluckily, my vision



has not spolied to great extent and i used to read the paper with naked eye



but with some difficulty. Now also, I have same condition. Only few of my



friends know about my condition Till that time, i used to perform very
 well



in my academics and i used to be in the list of first three members in my



class. But when i came to know about this disability, i was depressed to a



great extent, As my parents are not much educated and as i live in a small



town, I was unable to know the opportunities for the V.I candidates.But from



past one year, I'm coming to know about the facilities and technologies



which help us to perform equally as the others, I feel that i made a blunder



by feeling depressed. Because of which, my percentage in graduation has been



dropped to 75% where it is 90% in my 10th and 96% in my 10+2. I managed to



study the last two years of my graduation with the help of my friends.







You may feel this one silly... i didnt even attended the campus placements



conducted in my college. I was so
 stupid at that time.











However, past is past. Now, I came to know that we can find opportunities in



many places. I feel so glad to hear that. But now, i'm confused of choosing



the below two fields:







1. I'm interested in getting in to IT sector as the job is to be done using



computers, i feel it suits better. I request the Techie guys present in this



list l to advice me and give me guidance in choosing this career.







2. Getting a govt job before my vision gets deteriorate. and to settle as



soon as possible.







And also, I request all of the list members to inform any information which



they feel is useful to me.







At present, I'm comfortable with using magnifier. I know Jaws too... but



not
 completely. I'm still learning some keystrokes.







Please be patient to read this long mail. And I request all the list members



to extend their cooperation whenever neede. You can also contact me off the



list too.







With Regards,



Mahesh Kumar B



Phone:. +91-9030936798



Email 1 :maheshguru.b at gmail.com



Email 2: mahesh.proff at gmail.com











------------------------------







Message: 6



Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 19:02:45 +0530



From: mahesh kumar 



To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



Subject: Re: [AI] Quarries about writer in Bank exams



Message-ID:







Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1







Dear Vamshi sir,







     I agree with you. and the alternatives suggested by you are



satisfactory. and I request all the people who can made this one to focus



some light on this tipic.











Thank you...







On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 6:50 PM, Vamshi. G  wrote:







> Hi,



>



> The present rules of scribe are certainly ridiculous.



>



> now that all
 banks are free to lay down their own rules, people/NGOs



> in a certain area should approach the banks whose central offices are



> located in that particular area. For example, Mr. Gautam, President



> of NFB Karnataka, is in Banglore and hence can approach banks like



> Corporation bank, Vijaya Bank, Syndicate bank, etc. Efforts can be



> made to sensitise them about the present rules and how they are



> making life difficult for visually challenged people, and above all,



> propose rules that are amicable to both banks and candidates.



>



> They should be sensitised as to how aspects like scribe from a



> different academic stream are irrelevant for a banking entrance exam,



> and how strengthening of invigilation can replace the current



> stringent
 rules.



>



> Almost all the banks' head offices are located in places like Mumbai,



> Delhi, Kolkatta, Chennai, Hyderabad, Banglore, where we have some very



> good NGOs operating. So, they can summarise the experiences of



> visually challenged people and present them before the banks.



>



> In the meanwhile, we can put efforts towards creating a centralised



> database of willing scribes and try to cater to the needs of needy



> people. In searching scribes, once our own friend on Access India was



> successful in using social networking sites like Orkut, Twitter, etc.,



> to find people with the required conditions.



>



> I heard kanchan madam is fighting a legal battle on this issue, but



> don't know the details
 and progress. But as she always says, everyone



> should shoulder the responsibility in winning a major battle.



>



> --



> G. Vamshi



> PH Res :+91 877-2243861



> Mobile: +91 9949349497



> E-mail ID:



> gvamshiai at gmail.com



> Skype: gvamshi81



>



> www.retinaindia.org



> From darkness unto light



>



>



>



>



>



> On 7/2/10, gautam  wrote:



> > Dear swasti,



> >



> > Thanks a lot for responding my quires in regard with facility of writer



>
 in



> > bank exams. Actually some people from Karnataka have approached me to



> > address the issue of relaxation in eligibility condition for writer for



> not



> > having more tahn 60% marks in last exam. According to them because of



> this



> > condition it is difficult to get eligible writer in time. Here I would



> like



> > to know what are the experiences and thoughts of the people in all other



> > states in this regard.



> >



> > With regards,



> >



> > Gautam Agarwal.



> >



> > -----Original Message-----



> > From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in



> > [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Swasti



> Mathur



> > Sent: 29 June 2010 17:41



> > To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



> > Subject: Re: [AI] Quarries about writer in Bank exams



> >



> > hello sir,



> > rules for a writer in bank exams are as follows.



> > the scribe is to be arranged by the candidate itself. bank does not



> > provide any
 such facility.



> > the qualification of writer must be one grade less than the required



> > qualification for the post. for example, required qualification for the



> > post of clerk is 10 + 2, than writer should be of 10 + 1 or less. but



> > not equevilant to 10 + 2.



> > percentage of scribe in last passed exam in any case should not be more



> > than 60%.



> > probabely, all banks have same eligibility criteria for scribe. it does



> > not vary from bank to bank.



> > every state has same rules regarding writer. while filling form you have



> > to specify in the form whether you need a scribe or not.



> > hope everything is clear.



> > gautam wrote:



> >> Hello friends,



>
 >>



> >>



> >>



> >> Would anyone respond my quarries pertaining to the provision of writer



> for



> >> v.i. Examinees in bank exams which include following



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> 1.      If the writer is provided by bank? Or the examinee has to



> >> arrange his/ her own.



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> 2.     What are the eligibility conditions for writer?



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> 3.     If these rules equally apply in all bank exams or vary from



> > bank



>
 >> to bank?



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> 4.    If the rules may vary from state to state even in same bank?



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> 5.    Some one has told me that one of the conditions is that the



> > marks



> >> of the writer in last passed exam should be less than 60 p.c. Is this



> > true?



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> 6.         Does this condition not cause inconvenience to get a



> >> suitable writer?



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> Thanks in
 advance.



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> With due regard,



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> Gautam agarwal.



> >>



> >>



> >>



> >> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with



> > disability bill at:



> >> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm



> >>



> >> To unsubscribe send a message to accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in



> > with the subject unsubscribe.



> >>



> >> To change your subscription to digest mode or make any other changes,



> > please visit the list home page at



> >>



> >



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> >>



> >>



> >



> >



> > Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with



> > disability bill at:



> > http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm



> >



> > To unsubscribe send a message to accessindia-request at accessindia.org.inwith



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> > Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
 with



> > disability bill at:



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> >



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> >



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Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 20:20:26 +0530



From: jignesh thakur 



To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



Subject: Re: [AI] problem with google talk



Message-ID:







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sir,



Sir,



How to know who is online in g talk? How to add contact?



How to send text or make a call?



Actually I don?t have
 any knowledge about g talk.



And please tell me how much g talk scripts helps with jaws.



Thanks











On 7/17/10, sunil  wrote:



> although there is a graphical button to sign out, but jaws users may



> find difficulty to find it. so better if you sign out via system tray.



> just go to the system tray, select google talk, and press the right



> single button and now choose sign out.



>



> On 7/17/10, Vamshi. G  wrote:



>> Hi,



>>



>> 1. Make sure you have installed the scripts properly. Did you paste



>> them in the enu folder? If yes, you should get a list of short cut



>> keys when you press insert + H when the g talk window is
 active.



>>



>> 2. What are the operations you want to perform in g talk? If you can



>> be more specific, we can help you out.



>>



>> G. Vamshi



>> PH Res :+91 877-2243861



>> Mobile: +91 9949349497



>> E-mail ID:



>> gvamshiai at gmail.com



>> Skype: gvamshi81



>>



>> www.retinaindia.org



>> From darkness unto light



>>



>>



>>



>>



>>



>> On 7/17/10, jignesh thakur  wrote:



>>> Dear friends,



>>> Sorry if this
 question is already answered.



>>> I have installed Google talk, downloaded scripts and copied in jaws.



>>> Now the problem is I don?t find anything accessible in it, I was using g



>>> talk



>>> when I didn?t have scripts for it, but after installing scripts I



>>> could not feel any change.



>>> So i request you to give me proper information and instructions.



>>> Thanks in advance.



>>> Your learning friend jignesh.



>>>



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Message: 8



Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 20:43:34 +0530



From: jyotsna diwan 



To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in



Subject: Re: [AI] problem with google talk



Message-ID:







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 charset=windows-1252







Hi!



If you have copied g talk script thenafter opening the google talk



press Insert +h to know the list of shortcut keys.However, to know



online friends, press control +shift +o.



Regards



Jyotsna







On 7/17/10, jignesh thakur  wrote:



> sir,



> Sir,



> How to know who is online in g talk? How to add contact?



> How to send text or make a call?



> Actually I don?t have any knowledge about g talk.



> And please tell me how much g talk scripts helps with jaws.



> Thanks



>



>



> On 7/17/10, sunil  wrote:



>> although there is a graphical button to sign out, but jaws users may



>> find
 difficulty to find it. so better if you sign out via system tray.



>> just go to the system tray, select google talk, and press the right



>> single button and now choose sign out.



>>



>> On 7/17/10, Vamshi. G  wrote:



>>> Hi,



>>>



>>> 1. Make sure you have installed the scripts properly. Did you paste



>>> them in the enu folder? If yes, you should get a list of short cut



>>> keys when you press insert + H when the g talk window is active.



>>>



>>> 2. What are the operations you want to perform in g talk? If you can



>>> be more specific, we can help you out.



>>>



>>> G. Vamshi



>>> PH Res :+91
 877-2243861



>>> Mobile: +91 9949349497



>>> E-mail ID:



>>> gvamshiai at gmail.com



>>> Skype: gvamshi81



>>>



>>> www.retinaindia.org



>>> From darkness unto light



>>>



>>>



>>>



>>>



>>>



>>> On 7/17/10, jignesh thakur  wrote:



>>>> Dear friends,



>>>> Sorry if this question is already answered.



>>>> I have installed Google talk, downloaded scripts and copied in jaws.



>>>> Now the problem is I don?t find anything accessible in it, I was
 using g



>>>> talk



>>>> when I didn?t have scripts for it, but after installing scripts I



>>>> could not feel any change.



>>>> So i request you to give me proper information and instructions.



>>>> Thanks in advance.



>>>> Your learning friend jignesh.



>>>>



>>>> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with



>>>> disability bill at:



>>>> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm



>>>>



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i applied  railway board exams on 23/4/2010 but i got from them Unqualified letter i filled form correct but What was the problem i don't no. not only  me  this letter  have gotten  allmost visually impaire students  in andrapradesh if any body help me please regarding about  this problem.

  and one more problem  i have all
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Message: 3
Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 23:08:15 +0530 (IST)
From: Anuj Verma <ak.divyadrishti at yahoo.co.in>
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Subject: Re: [AI] Specifications  of C5
Message-ID: <56387.24408.qm at web94106.mail.in2.yahoo.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

Dear friend, Is this double SIM mobile?
thanks.
Dr. A.K. Verma

--- On Fri, 9/7/10, Ashwani Jassal <ashwanijassal at gmail.com> wrote:


From: Ashwani Jassal <ashwanijassal at gmail.com>
Subject: [AI] Specifications of C5
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Date: Friday, 9 July, 2010, 6:17 PM


Hi friends 

Below I am pasting specifications of Nokia C5 those who
 were in search of
these specifications may be benefited. 

Dimensions

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. Form: Monoblock

. Dimensions: 112 x 46 x 12.3 mm

. Weight (with battery): 89.3 g

. Volume: 56 cc

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Product dimensions

Display and user interface

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. Size: 2.2"

. Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA)

. Up to 16.7 million colours (TFT)

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Keys and input methods

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. 5 way NaviT key and two soft keys

. Call, end, clear and application keys

. Side volume keys

. Alpha numeric keypad

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Colours

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. Available colours: 

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. White

. Warm
 Grey

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Personalisation

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. Customisable home screen

. Customisable profiles

. Video ringtones

. Ringtones: mp3, .mid, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, WMA

. Themes 

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. wallpapers 

. screensavers

. ringtones 

. pre-installed themes

. changeable colour themes

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Hardware

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Power Management

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. BL-5CT 1050 mAh Li-Ion battery

. Talk time (maximum): 

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. GSM 12 h

. WCDMA 4.9 h

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. Standby time (maximum): 

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. GSM 630 h

. WCDMA
 670 h

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. Video playback time (3GPP, 8 fps, maximum): 11 h

. Video recording time (QCIF, 8 fps, maximum): 5.4 h

. Video call time (maximum): 3.5 h

. Music playback time (offline mode, maximum): 34 h

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Operation times may vary depending on radio access technology used, operator
network configuration and usage.

Memory

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. MicroSD memory card slot, hot swappable, up to 16 GB

. Internal memory: up to 50 MB

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Operating frequency

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. Quad band GSM EDGE 850/900/1800/1900

. WCDMA 900/2100

. Automatic switching between GSM bands

. Flight mode

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Data network

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. GPRS/EGPRS MSC32
 class B, maximum speed up to 298/178.8 kbps (UL/DL)

. HSDPA cat9, maximum speed up to 10.2 Mbps

. HSUPA cat5, maximum speed up to 2 Mbps

. Support for MS Outlook synchronisation of contacts, calendar and notes

. Dual transfer mode

. TCP/IP support

. Capability to serve as data modem

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Requires data service. Data Services may not be available in all networks.
Data transmission speeds may be as high as 10.2 Mbps, but may vary based
upon

network capabilities and other conditions. The establishment and
continuation of a data connection depends on network availability, provider
support and

signal strength.

Connectivity

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. Bluetooth version 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate

. Support for local and remote SyncML synchronisation

. High-Speed USB 2.0 (micro USB connector)

. Charging via USB
 supported

. 3.5 mm AV connector

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Software & Applications

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Software platform & user interface

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. S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2

. Symbian OS version 9.3

. Voice commands

. Active Idle

. FOTA (Firmware update Over The Air)

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Applications

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. Nokia Messaging (email and IM)

. Ovi Maps 3.0

. Ovi Store 

. Ovi Contacts

. Quick Office & Adobe PDF Reader (try & buy)

. Facebook 

. Friendster

. Flickr

. VOX 

. Hi5

. MySpace

. YouTube

. Simple Video Editor

. Still Image Editor

. Video Center

. Image Print

. Music Player 

. FM Radio

. Browser
 

. Mobile Search

. Switch

. Settings Wizard

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* Some services may be available only via downloading or upgrading. The
availability of particular products, services, and features may vary by
region.

Please check with your local Nokia dealer for further details

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definition list of 1 items

Personal Information Management (PIM)

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. Calendar and Contacts with location support

. To-do List

. Active Notes

. Recorder

. Calculator

. Clock

. Converter

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Communications

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Email and messaging

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. Nokia Email client (SMTP, IMAP4, POP3), MMS, SMS (OMA 1.2)

. Nokia Messaging (email, IM)

. OMA email notification
 support

. Support for email attachments

. Mail for Exchange*

. SMS with support for concatenated SMS for long messages

. List of recently used numbers in message editor

. Multiple SMS deletion

. Audio Messaging (AMS)

. Common inbox for SMS and MMS messages

. Message reader (SMS and email with high quality text-to-speech)

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* Some services may be available only by downloading or upgrading. Only
devices that offer compatible multimedia message or email features can
receive and

display multimedia messages. Content appearance may vary. Some images and
ringtones cannot be forwarded.

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Call management

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. Automatic answer with headset or car kit

. Any key answer

. Call waiting, call hold, call divert

. Call timer

. Talking
 ringtones

. Enhanced voice dialling

. Speed dialling

. Logging of dialled, received and missed calls

. Conference calling with up to 3 participants

. Contacts with images

. Video calling

. Vibrating alert (internal)

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Sharing & Internet

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Browsing and internet

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. Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map

. Supported markup languages: XHTML

. Supported protocols: WAP 2.0

. TCP/IP, JavaScript and Flash LIte 3.0 support

. RSS feeds support

. Video streaming support

. Nokia Mobile Search

. Ovi Store to discover, download, and install add-on applications and
widgets

. Share on Ovi notifications on homescreen

. Share Online connectivity to popular sharing services

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Navigation

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GPS and navigation

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. Integrated A-GPS receiver

. Ovi Maps 3.0 pre-installed

. Ovi Maps Loader application via PC

. Free lifetime navigation included*

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* Free navigation is for the lifetime of the phone. Downloading of maps,
games, music and videos, and uploading of images and videos may involve
transferring

large amounts of data. Your service provider may charge for the data
transmission. The availability of particular products, services and features
may vary

by region. Please check with your local Nokia dealer for further details and
availability of language options. These specifications are subject to change

without notice.

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Photography

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Image capture

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. Flash modes: on, off, automatic, red-eye reduction

. Flash operating range: 1.5 m

. Capture modes: still, sequence, self-timer, video, panorama

. Colour tone modes: normal, sepia, black & white, vivid, negative

. Scene modes: automatic, user defined, portrait, landscape, sports, night,
night portrait

. Center weighted auto exposure; exposure compensation: +2 ~ -2EV

. Light sensitivity modes: high, medium, low, automatic

. White balance modes: automatic, daylight, cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent

. Full screen viewfinder

. Landscape (horizontal) orientation

. Photo editor on device

. Direct printing to compatible picture printers

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Camera

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. 3.2 megapixel
 camera (1536 x 2048 pixels)

. Full Focus EDOF (extended depth of field) technology

. Up to 4x digital zoom

. LED flash

. Still image formats: JPEG

. Secondary camera for video calls (VGA, 640 x 480 pixels)

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Video

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Video camera

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. Video recording in VGA resolution

. Up to 2x digital zoom

. Maximum clip length only restricted by available free memory

. Secondary camera (QCIF) for video calls

. Scenes: automatic, night

. Video light: on, off

. Colour tone: normal, sepia, black & white, vivid, negative

. White balance modes: auto, sunny, cloudy, incandescent, fluorescent

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Video codecs & formats

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. Video capture at up to
 640 x 480 pixels (VGA) and up to 15 fps (main
camera) and 176 x 144 pixels (QCIF) at 15 fps (secondary camera)

. Video recording format: 3GPP; codecs: H.263, MPEG-4

. Audio recording codec: AMR-NB

. Video playback formats: MP4, 3GPP, AVI; codecs: H.263, H.264 and MPEG-4

. DRM support: OMA DRM 2, Windows DRM-10

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Video sharing and playback

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. Video Center service support 

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. Download and stream internet videos

. WMV support

. RSS feed compatibility

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. Video Editor

. Video sharing support via Share on Ovi

. Share Online connectivity to popular sharing services

. Support for Flash video

. Support for video streaming

. Landscape mode video playback

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Music & audio

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Music features

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. Music Player 

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. playlists

. equaliser

. selection by artist, album and genre

. album graphics display

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. Nokia Music Store support

. Nokia Music Manager (PC application)*

. Audio file formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+

. DRM support: OMA DRM 2, Windows DRM-10

. Ringtones 

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. Up to 64 voice polyphony MIDI ringtones

. Nokia ringtones

. Video ringtones

. NB-AMR audio clips

. MP3, MP4 and AAC files

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* Requires a compatible PC

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Radio

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 of 1 items nesting level 1

. Stereo FM radio (87.5-108 MHz/76-90 MHz), RDS

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Gaming

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Gaming

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. Included games 

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. Bounce Tales

. Brain Challenge

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Environmental features

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Energy efficiency

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. Power Save mode, unplug charger reminder, High Efficiency Charger AC-8

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Eco content and services

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. Eco content and services available at Ovi, maps for route optimization and
pedestrian navigation

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Materials

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 nesting level 1

. Free of PVC, free of brominated & chlorinated compounds and free of
antimony trioxide as defined in the Nokia Substance List

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Recycling

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. All materials of the device can be recovered as materials and energy

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Packaging

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. Made of renewable, up to 60 % recycled material. 100 % recyclable, reduced
compact package size

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User guide

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. Interactive user help in device and online, black & white printing, eco
tips on Green Page

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Full Eco declaration

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Package contents

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Standard Sales Package

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 of 7 items nesting level 1

. Nokia C5-00 device

. Nokia 2 GB microSD Card MU-37

. Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101D

. Nokia Stereo Headset WH-102

. Nokia High Efficiency Charger AC-8

. Nokia Battery BL-5CT

. User guide

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Accessories

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Recommended accessories



Ashwani Jassal 

Assistant Professor department of Political Science 

Shyamlal College(E) University of Delhi

Mobile:9958481481/9013244122

E? Mail:ashwanijassal at slce.in /ashwanijassal at gmail.com 

Skype ID: ashwani.phd 



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