Category Archive: Dynavox V/VMax

Tip of the Month (November 2010) : Locking Down Device to Avoid Accidents

There are a few ways to avoid users from accessing or making changes within the Windows environment on a V or Vmax. Firstly: You can set your device to “Act Like A Closed Device”.    This will prevent the user from exiting the Series 5 software and accessing the Windows side of the device.  The down …

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Tip of the Month (October 2010) : Changing the TV Channel or TV Volume with your device (Using IR commands)

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The Dynavox V and Vmax devices have the ability to learn IR (infrared) codes to send signals to any appliances that can be used with an infrared remote control (ie. television).  To make use of the DynaVox IR capabilities, you must teach your device the IR commands you want to use and then assign those …

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Tip of the Month (September 2010) : Saving a Page or Popup as a New Template

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If you do not want to use any of the available templates to create a series of pages or popups, you can create your own template.  This can be extremely useful if you have particular buttons that you need to have consistently placed on a page or popup. I have a template for a popup …

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Tip of the Month (August 2010) Putting a display of the current battery level on a button

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You don’t have to go all the way into the Setup Menu to check your current battery level.  The current battery level percentage can be displayed as a special type of label on a button on any of your pages.  This is especially useful if you have set a password on your menu settings. To …

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Tip of the Month (July 2010) Where to go for Help

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Where to go for Help Online at : www.dynavoxtech.com Online Knowledge Base for Programming Help; Under the Support tab you can search for questions specifically on topics relating to V, Vmax and Eyemax devices.  A useful tool here is that you can also save your search results and questions to review or refresh later. On …

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Tip of the Month (June 2010) Linking a Button to a Website

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Before you can gain access to the internet from your device you need to first establish how you will be connecting to the internet. You may either connect a network cable to the Ethernet port on the left side of the device, or use a wireless network adapter to access a wireless connection. If you …

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Making your V or Vmax Internet & Cellphone accessible

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Dynavox V and Vmax Internet and Cell Phone Information Internet You can plug in directly using the built in internet port on the side;  or You can purchase an extra Compact card that slots into the left side of the V or Vmax for Wireless access. The costs For wireless internet you will need a …

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