Figure 260. The Play List.Music Creator’s accessibility features, including Microsoft UI Automation, expose rich information about it’s UI elements, such as type, state, name, and value.With reliable access to this information, vision impaired users can use screen reader programs such as JAWS and Window-Eyes to access, identify, and manipulate Music Creator’s UI elements. The screen readers read aloud what's on the computer screen.
By default, Music Creator opens the online HTML Help in your default Web browser. The latest documentation is always available from the Cakewalk Web site. Online help offers many benefits, including:If you do not have an Internet connection, SONAR will instead launch an offline version of the online Help.If you prefer to always use offline Help, go to Edit > Preferences > File > Advanced, and select Always Use Offline Help.To download the latest offline help file, go to Help > Download Latest Help File.
Tip - Searching Documentation
Tip: To search for a specific topic, type your search query in the Search Cakewalk.com field at the top right of this page.
When the search results appear, click which product's documentation you would like to search to filter the search results further.
Note - Using Offline Help
Note: If you prefer to always use offline Help, go to Edit > Preferences > File > Advanced in your Cakewalk software and select Always Use Offline Help.
If you are not connected to the internet, your Cakewalk software will default to showing offline help until an internet connection becomes available.