The appendix describes keyboard bindings, acknowledgments, accessibility references and trademarks.
10.1 Keyboard Bindings
Keyboard bindings are partially implemented in JFC. There are some components with a question mark next to them, which indicates the binding might be modified. This section will change if and when the components change. These keyboard bindings are also under review by the IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Cen ter and other industry experts, such as the Trace Research and Development Center.
10.1.1 JFC Keyboard Bindings for Windows95/NT Components
This separate document contains a list of the keyboard bindings for JFC components on the Windows 95/NT platform.
10.1.2 Difference Evaluation: JFC Keyboard Bindings for Windows95/NT and CDE/Motif
This separate document contains a list of the differences between the keyboard bindings for JFC components on the Windows 95/NT and the CDE/Motif platform.
10.1.3 Reserved Key Mappings for Mobility Access Features
These keys are reserved for assistive technologies that assist mobility impaired users.
|keyboard mappings||mobility access feature|
|5 consecutive clicks of shift key||on/off for stickykeys|
|shift key held down for 8 seconds||on/off for slowkeys and repeatkeys|
|6 consecutive clicks of control key||on/off for screen reader numeric keypad|
|6 consecutive clicks of alt key||future access use|
Table 21: reserved key mappings for mobility access features