Re: [orca-list] how to use Orca with VSCode for git commands

You need to press ctrl+shift+g to activate the scm view. In this view you will find the list of changed files and an action bar. Use the tab key to locate this bar and navigate to it using the left and right arrow keys.

Initially the list of possible actions is poor, with only basic actions, but if you press the spacebar in views and more actions and navigate with the up and down arrow keys, you will find almost everything you need.
Hope this can help. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

On 9/15/21 03:55, kk's Programming Hub via orca-list wrote:
Hello all.

I wish to first thank all those who have worked on Orca accessibility
with VSCode.

Needless to say this also includes people working on the VSCode side.

I am however having just one query.

I want to use the git based features in code using Orca.

I feel it is very much mouse oriented.

Can anyone suggest how to go about pulling, pushing and doing commits as
well as staging?

Also need to know how to create new branches or checking out existing ones.



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