JAVA ACCESSIBILITY UTILITIES
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Welcome to the 1.3 release of the Java Accessibility Utilities!
The Java Accessibility Utilities are a set of utility classes that help
assistive technologies provide access to GUI toolkits that implement the
Accessibility API. This release supports the Java Accessibility features
of JDK 1.3.
In order to use this release, you need to have obtained and installed
Please refer to the following for more information on this release:
Overview of Java Accessibility Features:
Provides information on the concepts of both the Java Accessibility API
and the Java Accessibility Utilities.
Accessibility Utilities API Reference: Reference to packages,
classes and members. Generated by javadoc. Please note that this release
does not include the reference for the Java Accessibility API itself. Those
can be found in the JDK 1.3 documentation, which you can download.
Identical documentation on the Java Accessibility API can be found as part
Accessibility API docs.
Java Accessibility Utilities Examples:
A list of examples that demonstrate using the Java Accessibility Utilities.
Release Notes: Additional information about this release.
Speech API: The Java Speech API is not a part of the Java Accessibility
project. Those looking for more information on the Java Speech API
should refer to the Java
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To submit comments or suggestions about Java
Accessibility, please send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.