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Re: Visually Impaired [message #1201233] Thu, 21 November 2013 11:43
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
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Registered: July 2009
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Preston,

Window->Preferences->General->Keys... and enter "context menu" in the
filter. You'll see there is a "Show Context Menu" command that, by
default, doesn't have an associated key binding, but you can go to the
"Binding" field and enter some key combination that you'd like to use to
bring up the context menu. That should do the trick...


On 20/11/2013 3:19 PM, Preston Taylor wrote:
> I apologize if this is in the wrong sub forum\site, feel free chastise
> accordingly.
>
> A fellow student of mine is visually impaired, we use Eclipse for most
> of not all of our Java EE projects at university. Despite the very
> complex page setup Eclipse has he's by some feat of what I suspect is
> black magic able to navigate it without a ton of help. His major
> hangup is a lack of a hotkey to access the context menu of a given
> highlighted item. Apple in all their wisdom has decided that their
> keyboards no longer need this functionality... In summation I urge the
> Eclipse open source community to consider adding this functionality
> for the OSX version of Eclipse.
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