Re: [orca-list] reviewing orca with eclipse, any experiences?
- From: Jose Vilmar Estacio de Souza <vilmar informal com br>
- To: Michael Whapples <mwhapples aim com>
- Cc: Orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] reviewing orca with eclipse, any experiences?
- Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 17:29:04 -0300
Yes, the bug regarding auto complete was fixed and the fix is present in
One big problem that I am facing is that I can not access the status
line with orca.
This is critical in my opinion because I can not know for example in
which line I am.
I am trying script orca to solve this problem.
On 26-03-2009 13:52, Michael Whapples wrote:
First of all eclipse works with orca fairly well. Although eclipse is
java based it doesn't need the java access bridge to work with orca as
eclipse uses SWT for the GUI which uses the platforms native toolkit
(in the case of linux GTK).
Auto complete in the past hasn't always worked with orca, I believe it
was an eclipse issue that an accessible event wasn't being fired when
the text in the editor changed. I think the bug has been recently
fixed in eclipse (I don't know if the fix has made it into a release
Eclipse doesn't always seem to shutdown properly when using
accessibility so I tend to keep it open all the time when using it and
only shut it down when I plan to shutdown the computer.
There are some other bugs as well, but probably it is best you just
try and use it, I don't think there is anything so big it will stop you.
On 23/12/42 19:59, Krishnakant wrote:
I have got some free time for a few days and I have as usual decided to
dedicate it to orca and complete a few things like some editing of my
recorded orca audio tutorials.
I am now trying to explore eclipse as a potential ide for java and
Can some one share their experiences on using orca with eclipse?
I want to know particularly if the auto completion of syntax is
accessible with orca?
What all other features are accessible?
Should I put things like access bridge to use with eclipse for making it
accessible with orca?
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