Re: Sort of looking into eclipse for first time

You shouldn't even need the JAB, Eclipse uses SWT controls. The whole thing is actually pretty accessible if you ask me, barring some plugin developer doing something exceedingly strange. Some screen reader side tweaking could knock up efficiency some by automatically reading certain data and the like, but that's about it. The largest obstacles for blinks are the same as for anyone--Eclipse is a pretty beefy and extensible beast, so it can take some time to get comfortable with how it keeps house.

On 11/17/2010 6:40 PM, Jacob Kruger wrote:
Although might be able to find info in mailing list archives, thought it might be something relatively simple, but if looking into eclipse for first time, and have made sure have JRE installed, as well as a version of JAB, what else should I do off-hand to make any of the eclipse environments seem usable at all...?
Specifically looked at the PHP and javascript versions, but anyway...
TIA

Jacob Kruger
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