[Mm-friends] two topics
Luis Eduardo Peña
lpena57 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 22 17:19:58 GMT 2011
Isn't the default folder my documents folder for dropbox?
Luis Eduardo Peña
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[mailto:mm-friends-bounces at acbradio.org] On Behalf Of Mary Emerson
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2011 12:02 AM
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Subject: [Mm-friends] two topics
I have two topics to mention here; one is an additional item about
dropbox, and the other is about the Teaching Company, which you'll hear
more about later this week.
Dropbox: You don't have to accept the default location of your dropbox
folder. In Windows 7, the default is c:\users\yourname\dropbox. I prefer
to have my dropbox folder in my c:\ root directory. Here's how to do that:
Go to the system tray and press enter on dropbox.
Down arrow to preferences.
Choose the advanced tab via a braille display routing button or routing
with speech.. I use Jaws and braille so don't know how to do it with
speech and different screen readers.
Tab to change ... and browse to c:\. (c colon backslash.)
Be sure the hard drive is open and tab to ok.
Tab to ok to close the application.
In preferences you can also change the name of your dropbox folder. On
my XP machine I called it My Dropbox and put it in the root directory.
The Teaching Company has updated their site since I did the podcast. If
you choose to download a course, and you're using Internet Explorer, you
have to download a plug-in which runs an application to download course
lectures. I used IE9 and had a problem because it quit downloading after
every few lectures, and IE9 crashed; fortunately it remembers where the
download quit so most of the time you can go back into the web
application and continue. I haven't tried this with Firefox and I hope
the procedure works better with that browser. also since I downloaded
lectures a couple weeks ago, Jaws 13 beta has been released so maybe
that will fix some of the problems.
To avoid downloading, courses can be purchased on CD or DVD.
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