Re: Visual Web Developer

Another one that seems to work most of the time is Ctrl + PgUp to switch to design view, and Ctrl + PgDown to switch to markup view in a page, but I generally select the option I want from the context menu in the solution explorer.


Stay well

Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
'...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'

----- Original Message ----- From: "RicksPlace" <ofbgmail@xxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 2:27 AM
Subject: Re: Visual Web Developer


HI:
For your first problem of closing the "Designer:
Ctrl-F4
Closes the current MDI child window
Here are a couple of other general hot keys:
F7
Switches from the design view to the code view in the editor
Shift-F7
Switches from the code view to the design view in the editor

Ctrl-Alt-L SolutionExplorer
ctrl+alt+x ToolBox
f4 Open PropertiesWindow
Ctrl-J
Lists members for statement completion when editing code
Alt-Right Arrow or
Ctrl-Spacebar
Displays statement completion based on the current language or autocompletes word
if existing text unambiguously identifies a single symbol
Ctrl-Pagedown
Moves to the next tab in the document or window (e.g., you can use this to switch
the HTML editor from its design view to its HTML view
Ctrl+PgUp should go back.
These are some I pulled from a rough document but I never finished a polished version so it has allot of untested hot keys. I have used the above ones I believe in VWD 2008. There are several others I have used that enhance accessibility and improve your speed but since I never finished the series of articles I am not sure how many I have detailed examples of in the works. A key factor in working in the IDE is having set it up for accessibility. You don't need scripts with WindowEyes but I think you might with JAWS. See if the above hot keys work in your setup to help start getting around the IDE. You likely know you can also navigate by selecting items under the View Menu or, as Jacob mentioned, right clicking a file and selection options from the DropDown list.
Rick USA
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jacob Kruger" <jacobk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2010 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: Visual Web Developer


Simple one is from solution browser (ctrl + alt + L), right click on a page, and then hit enter on context menu item of view code.

My primary issue with it is invoking event declarations, but fiddling around in markup, entering event names etc. sometimes works well enough.

Stay well

Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
'...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'

----- Original Message ----- From: "Jeff Berwick" <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2010 6:50 PM
Subject: Re: Visual Web Developer


I haven't gotten to the point where I am having difficulty with the book...I'm having difficulty navigating the IDE. Currently, I'm stuck in the design view which I got to by using the Jaws cursor to click on "Design" near the bottom of the screen. I now can't get back to the code window. I'm used to using Jamal's VS scripts and jumping between the solution window with [ctrl] w (cord) and then s, using [f7] to go to code and [shift] [f7] to go to design. I just can't figure any easy way to jump around in Web Developer 2008 like I can in C# 2008.

Any tips?

Also, perhaps a link to those tutorials might be useful.

Thx,
Jeff

On 2010-07-31, at 12:39 PM, RicksPlace wrote:

Hi Jeff: I have used VWD 2008 to build a site or 2. I learned using Scott Mitchell's 72 tutorials on the subject. That said, what exactly are you trying to do? When you want to build a site you use a combination of the HTML Editor, the Forms Designer and the VB or CSharp code editors along with the various dialogs and Database features. What and how you use them depends on the type of site you are building. Since you are working from a book, what is the problem you are having with the book's instructions?
Rick USA
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jeff Berwick" <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2010 11:37 AM
Subject: Visual Web Developer


Is anybody out there using Visual Web Developer (2008 or 2010) in order to develop ASP.net websites? If so, I would appreciate some assistance. I'm trying to follow along with Programming ASP.net 2.0 - a book I downloaded from Bookshare. I am an experienced computer programmer (using C#.net) and an experienced web developer. I can't, however, figure out the navigation of the IDE.

Can anybody point me to a tutorial geared towards a blind developer for either of these IDEs?

Your assistance is greatly appreciated!

Jeff

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