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Sound Forge 8.0 Scripts for JAWS For WindowsVersion 8.08Sound forge Version 8Scripts for Sound forge version 8.10 are now available. Changes are discussed in the next heading.These scripts are for version 8.0d, as in david. If you are running the older version 8.0, or 8.0 ay, Please upgrade to Sound Forge 8.0d before using these scripts.Download Sound Forge scripts version 8.10If you do not presently own Snowman scripts for Sound forge 6 or 7, and wish to take the scripts for a test drive, you will also need toDownload a Demo Authorization file for jaws 5 or laterIf you presently already own scritps for sound forge 6 or 7, you do not need the demo authorization file. Your present authorization will enable these scritps as well.Plase the contents of the zip file, as well as the demo authorization if needed, into the user-specific settings folder for your language and version of jaws.Always take a tour through the insert+h hot key list to see what is available.With a few minor exceptions, as described below, These scripts are functionally equivalent to the scritps discussed inThe Sound forge 7 Read Me fileChange HistoryWe try to keep these scripts fully functional as changes occur in Sound Forge. But, with hundreds of controls in countless dialogs, there is no way one person can test every single one. So, if you find that features you wish to use do not function correctly, please send a report toSnowman@SnowManRadio.comVersion 8.10This version simply adds a small beep indication that will play when recording starts. While recording is in progress, hold down the control key to confirm that recording is active. If sound forge is actually recording, you will hear a beep about once per second. If you hear no beeps, sound forge is not recording.Because the scritps are making this determination by monitoring the updates to the time field, which only updates once per second, or even less during the first second or two of recording, there will be an inevitable delay from the time recording actually starts, until you hear the beep.Version 8.09This version adds the insert+f8 key stroke, for use in the Batch converter. It creates a list of batch converter controls, arrow to one and press enter to activate it.Version 8.08This version has been successfully run against jaws 8.0. There are some improvements in the handling of the regions list, with new hot keys, control+shift+1 through 4 on the numbers row to read the fields of the regions list.Control+f4 should more reliably close the regions list, rather than your sound file when you are focused in the regions list. But, to edit a region, you still have to use the jaws cursor to double click the field you want to edit. After pressing enter to finalize your edit, take the jaws cursor back to the start of the line, and click the region number to make the up and down arrow keys read region names again.The hot keys for changing scanning modes, which used combinations of modifiers in conjunction with the numPad 5 key have been changed for a variety of compatibility reasons.Use control+windows, in combination with f9, f10 and f11 to select between, play selection, play from cursor, and audition cut mode. Use alt+windows, in conjunction with f9, f10, f11 and f12 to choose between absolute, relative, blip mode, and audio scanning off.I know, I hate hot key changes too. but, once you get use to the new controls, you will like them, because you can go directly to the mode you want, rather than having to rotate through the list.version 8.08 is ready for use with HotSpotClicker, should you desire to do that. But,you don't have to install hsc in order to use them. You can add your own scripts, since the forge80.jss script source is provided, along with forge80brl.jss, which contains the braille support code.So, you can revise those files if you feel the need. The proprietary portion has been moved into Forge80Core.jsb, and the source for that part is still not provided.Version 8.07This version provides the reclassification of sliders to handle Sound Forge Version 8.0d, as in david.Corrected a situation where the alt_control_m keystroke jumped the playback position to the first marker when called at a position which was not at a marker.Some redesign of braille output, to keep the cursor time, or selection time, visible on the display.This version opens up the forge80.jss source file so you can add custom scripts to the snowman scripts.You can more easily connect HotSpotClicker in to the forge80.jss file.The Snowman scripts are located in file forge80core.jsb, and the source is not provided.Version 8.05JAWS 6 did not correctly report checked and unchecked statuses of items in the Options Preferences dialog.Version 8.04Sound Forge version 8/0b seems to be much more responseive, and is well worth upgrading.This version addresses issues raised by changes in sound forge version 8.0B, fixxes known issues with the level meters, and adds some additional features. Level meters should work correctly now, both play and record Adds support for the Pluggin Chainer. You can add elements, delete elements, even edit the order of the elements in the chain, and modify settings for each element adds a training option for the toolBar in the Pluggin Chainer. If your's does not work correctly. Press that shift+alt+control+t key while focused in the pluggin chainer. Adds some hot keys for speaking the fields in the regions list. Distinguishes markers from regions when arrowing up and down the list.Adds performace timer, specify a time interval, press a hot key to start the timer. Your JAWS sound card will beep when the timer expires, even while recording. Good for timing performaces such as vocal reads.The tab key no longer attempts to learn which of the two stereo channels is selected. This process was too slow, and was mostly annoying, so it was removed. You can tell which channel is selected by pressing the tab key while playing.other minor correctionsVersion 8.03This version addresses some issues broken when Sound Forge updated to build 8.0A. The record dialog, the preferences page, and a few other miscellaneous items were broken. This version will not support the older version 8.0, so please upgrade.This version also makes slight improvements in the plug in chainer, but that part is not complete yet.Version 8.02fixes problems regarding recognition of the buttons in the record dialog experienced on some machines.Improved reliability for detecting channel switching when pressing the tab key while focused in the data window.Ads a performance timer, very handy if you need to read some text in a certain amount of time. Press shift+f9 to specify the amount of time in tenths of a second. Press f9 to start and stop the timer. Starting the timer places a marker in the recorded file, so you can easily find the start of a take. A small beep plays when the timer starts and stops.The plug-in chainer still does not work>Version 8.01This is the initial version for Sound Forge 8. Graphical buttons in Sound Forge 8 have changed such that they can no longer be detected as graphics by JAWS. Therefore, the AutoGraphicsLabeler is no longer useful. The good news is that you no longer have to run it in all those dialogs.The normal Stop Method still may require the control+alt+shift+t keystroke. If your NumPad arrows do not cause scanning, and you have used shift+alt+NumPad 5 to make sure your mode is set to Absolute mode, then, with a sound file open, press Shift+alt+control+t, and then press enter. Jaws will make a woarbling sound for a few seconds, while it searches out the tooltips. That should enable the arrow keys to start scanning.The record dialog no longer needs graphics labeling.Areas for additional work:The Pluggin Chainer The Script EditorCD ArchitectBatch Converterthis version of Sound Forge seems a little more sluggish than previous versions, even with Asio drivers installed.One thing that does help some, if you are using the Windows Classic driver,is to go to Options, Preferences, then to the Audio tab. Change the Playback Buffering to a smaller number. Get it as low as you can get it without skipping. That will speed up the response somewhat.Naturally, we would love to hear from you. Send e-mail to:Snowman@SnowManRadio.comUse your backspace key to browse the rest of the JAWS scripts offered by The SnowMan.Back To The Snowman Main Page
I bought an upgrade of Sound Forge Pro suite (from 13 up to 16) in May, and the installation and activation on my first PC went flawless. I have a second PC permanently sited in my holyday cottage in the Norwegian mountains, in which I like to use the second slot of my Sound Forge Pro 16 Suite license. Activating Sound Forge Pro was hassle-free, but when I tried to activate SpectraLayers Pro 8 using the original Serial number delivered in the purchase, I get the message: \"The activation code has been used already. An activation code can be used only once to download or upgrade a license. Please contact your software vendor to get a valid activation code.\" I am using the eLicenser software in the activation process.
@Nelnor SpectraLayers licenses are given out by Steinberg, not Magix. Since you already used the activation code, the license is already in your Steinberg user account, so there is no need to activate it again. You can manage all your licences in your Steinberg user account at
Welcome to the Magix Sound Forge users forum @LL-Crawley. Which version number of Sound Forge AS (Audio Studio) Was it purchased from Magix or a third-party vendor like Best Buy By \"voucher code\", do you mean the activation serial codeAre you stating you cannot download the installer file Does the download link not work at all or does the download URL is not valid, Does it start, but not complete successfully. Are you getting any error messages 1e1e36bf2d