UNO API doesn't work as expected when ATT enabled
V Stuart Foote
VStuart.Foote at utsa.edu
Wed Oct 23 15:27:03 CEST 2013
Stephan Bergmann-2 wrote
> I cannot reproduce any problem with a current master build, at least on
> Windows 7 with MS Narrator (Control Panel - Ease of Access Center -
> Start Narrator) enabled. Expert Config comes up relatively quickly even
> and appears fully functional.
Not sure you'd have activated the Java dependent UNO Accessibility API on
Windows like that. Narrator uses the UI Automation API. Would still need to
activate the Java Accessibility API
>From Oracle's JAB site
-- Windows... Enabling Java Access Bridge
To enable Java Access Bridge, run the following command (where %JRE_HOME% is
the directory of your JRE):
Alternatively, in Windows Vista and later, you can enable Java Access Bridge
through the Control Panel:
Go to Start > Control Panel > Ease of Access > Ease of Access Center.
Alternatively, press Windows logo key+u to access the Ease of Access Center.
Select Use the computer without a display.
In the section Other programs installed, select the check box Enable
Java Access Bridge (you may have to scroll down).
Note: After enabling Java Access Bridge, you must restart your assistive
technology software and Java applications that use the accessibility API.
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