The following are shortcut keyboard-commands necessary to use Eclipse without a mouse.
Navigating to Matching braces:
Navigating to different parts of the code:
Ctrl+O give you a small accessible window for navigating to different parts of the code.
Finding the syntax errors in a code:
Ctrl+, and Ctrl+. takes you to the previous/next error. After reaching the error location, F2 will give you more information on the error in a small text area which is also accessible by JAWS.
Switching to different views
Ctrl+F7 gives you the option in an accessible window to switch to different views
Switching to different Editors:
Ctrl+F6 give you the option to switch between different editors.
Switch to Different Perspectives:
Ctrl+F8 will give you the option to move to different perspectives.
Tracing back runtime errors from console:
Once you are on some error hyperlink, F3 will take you to the corresponding source code.
Jumping from Method to Method:
Reading the error messages on the top of the wizard dialog:
Accessing help context messages:
The JavaSpeak project is part of the CSCAP (Computer Science Curriculum Accessibility Program) at Winona State University and Saint Mary's University, which is funded in part by NSF .