Yes, I also agree with Marlon.(It seems that many blind users agree, but most of the others don't care. :-)
And I also find useful to have the possibility of setting bookmarks, but in an easier way, like in TextPad and not like in VS.net.
In TextPad I just need to press control+F2 to set or unset a bookmark, and F2 to jump to the next bookmark, or shift+F2 to jump to the previous bookmark, and Control+Shift+F2 to delete all the bookmarks.
In VS.net I need to press a strange combination like Control+B,N and control+B,P in order to jump to the previous or next bookmark. With other Words VS.net sets very many hotkeys and very few are util, instead of not setting anything or only a few and allow the users to set more simple hotkeys.
Octavian----- Original Message ----- From: "Marlon Brandão de Sousa" <splyt.lists@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 9:13 PM Subject: Re: The top three big problems
Agree with Teddy. Also I'll point out this: 1- Non random navegation: A sighted person can scroll quickly the text of some thousands of lines untill they see a green color then they know that is a variable declaration or untill they see a idented block then they know that uge if statement opened 200 lines ago is closed. We can't. Having commands like next declaration, next definition, next block and their previous conter parts would greatly emprove navegation speed. 2- Errors: Sighted people can see in a pane what is the error and fix that. This is hard for us. Commands like next error, next warning, together with the previous counter parts would emprove the error corrections sppeed. These commands would put your cursor in the line pointed as being wrong, and there should be a command like say error to say what error it is. Alternatively, a well structured, accessible error list could be provided. This list should contain the error, and a enter key should put you right in the line pointed as having the error. 3- A decent settings menu, with standard controls that would let you clearly to set things such as include files directories, include libraries and such. Visual c++ 2003 (I don't know about the 2005) is a good example about how to make one spend more times trying to fine tunning the project than actually coding it. If all those controls where standard (the standard controls aren't so horrible) it would be easier. As for debugging, if MS and Borland have a gdb like I would be very very very very very happy! I never found another way of debugging, but placing messageboxes and cout stuffs in my code (which sometimes is faster) than thus, and I feel really good with gdb because it will allow mme to do whatever I need. Marlon -- When you say "I wrote a program that crashed Windows," people just stare at you blankly and say "Hey, I got those with the system, for free." Linus Torvalds __________ View the list's information and change your settings at //www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind
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