You can use a number of different ways to navigate through your script file. You can navigate line by line, by script, or display a list of all scripts and user-defined functions within the current script file.
You can use the Next Script and Prior Script options from within the Script menu to navigate by script. You can also press F2 to move to the next script and SHIFT+F2 to move to the prior script. Each time you press either keystroke, the insertion point is moved to the beginning line of the appropriate script and JAWS speaks it automatically.
When you press F2 with the insertion point on the last script within the current script file, a system beep sounds informing you that you have reached the bottom of the file and have now wrapped around back to the top of the file.
Likewise, when you press SHIFT+F2 with the insertion point on the first script in the current script file, a system beep sounds informing you that you have wrapped around to the bottom of the file.
You can display a list of all of the scripts and user-defined functions contained within your script file. Select the Script List option from the Script menu or press the keystroke CTRL+L. The Script Manager displays the list in alphabetic order. Use your arrow keys to move up and down through the list. You can also use first letter navigation to move directly to a script.
After you have located the desired script, press ENTER to move directly to the script or function within the script file. You should exercise care when using this method. Once you press ENTER on the desired script or function name, the Script Manager moves the insertion point directly to the beginning line of the script or function. The Script Manager also highlights the name of the script or function. Since the Script Manager highlights the name, typing any characters will replace the name of the script or function. You can press any of the navigation keystrokes to remove the highlight.
You can also move directly to any line within your script file. Choose Go To Line… from the Script menu or press CTRL+G to display the Go To Line dialog. You can type the line number in the Line Number edit box and press ENTER to move the insertion point to the line. The Script Manager displays the line number along with the total number of lines in the script file in the status bar at the bottom of the application window.