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Oracle Solaris 11 Accessibility Guide for the GNOME Desktop     Oracle Solaris 11 Information Library
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1.  Introduction to Accessibility

2.  Using Assistive Technologies

3.  Configuring the Mouse and Keyboard

4.  Using the Keyboard to Navigate the Desktop

Introduction to Keyboard Navigation

Essential Keyboard Shortcuts

Global Keyboard Shortcuts

Navigating the Desktop Background

Navigating Panels

To Move a Panel Object

Navigating Drawers

Navigating Menus on Panels

Navigating Panel Applications

Navigating Your Workspaces

Navigating Windows

Giving Focus to a Window

Controlling a Window

Moving a Window

Resizing a Window

Navigating Paned Windows

Navigating Applications

Essential Keyboard Shortcuts for Navigating Applications

Essential Keyboard Shortcuts for Navigating Dialogs

Navigating the File Manager

Navigating Folders

Navigating the Side Pane

Navigating HTML Content in Caret Navigation Mode

Navigating Standard Elements and Controls

Navigating Menus

Navigating Buttons

Navigating Radio Buttons

Navigating Check Boxes

Navigating Text Boxes

Navigating Spin Boxes

Navigating Drop-Down Lists

Navigating Drop-Down Combination Boxes

Navigating Sliders

Navigating Tabbed Sections

Navigating Lists

Navigating Trees

Customizing Your Keyboard Shortcuts

To Customize Keyboard Shortcuts

To Disable a Keyboard Shortcut

5.  Customizing the Appearance of the Desktop

6.  System Administration


Chapter 4

Using the Keyboard to Navigate the Desktop

This chapter describes how to navigate the Oracle Solaris Desktop from the keyboard only. Users who have difficulty using a mouse or other pointing device can navigate and use the desktop from the keyboard.