Re: [orca-list] More structural navigation thoughts
- From: Michael Whapples <mwhapples aim com>
- To: Richard <rickfunes yahoo com>
- Cc: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] More structural navigation thoughts
- Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 22:43:46 +0100
I was going to say there is a page already on setting up java for use
However that page is quite dated so may be you could update it for the
new java ATK wrapper.
If you were more meaning about using java applications on Linux, I don't
think they really differ from using them on windows (that's the idea of
java, it should run the same where ever it is run). In fact java may
feel more natural on Linux as I think it took a few keyboard shortcuts
found on Linux, eg. f10 for menus instead of alt (this may be to do with
the amount of involvement Sun micro had in designing java and parts of
gnome, eg. I think Willie Walker worked on accessibility for both).
The other question is, how much of a concern is java for most users? I
don't know the answer to that, I just thought it may be worth asking as
if something else more commonly used needs documentation then it may be
best to start where there's the greatest demand.
On 01/-10/-28163 08:59 PM, Richard wrote:
The first item I'll look into is Java and Linux since there is no info
on it in the Orca Wiki. i'll do an install here, write down my
experiences,and submit it to the main Orca Wiki Admin.
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