Hello,
I'm looking for an accessible Python Editor to be understood by the thread.
I'm not sure about Python's own editor works well with JFW. I know I can find a better and useful editor than notepad. LOL
Thanks!

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There's always Eclipse, although I don't know whether it's accessible with JAWS.

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I'm also a JAWS user and my go to editor for programming is Notepad++. It's free and it has a lot of features specifically for dealing with source code, though some features like key word highlighting have limited value to a blind user.

https://notepad-plus-plus.org/

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4 (edited by snape 2017-07-31 11:51:11)

Orko wrote:

I'm also a JAWS user and my go to editor for programming is Notepad++. It's free and it has a lot of features specifically for dealing with source code, though some features like key word highlighting have limited value to a blind user.

https://notepad-plus-plus.org/

Can you handle indendation in Notepad++? Does the NPP do it automatically or you must figure out manuel?

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I think notepad++ has an automatic indentation option in the preferences dialog box.

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Yes. Notepad++ has auto indentation.

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Hi snape!
you can use ed sharp if you want to
try searching in google and I hope you'll surely find it.
Thanks
Ishan

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I don't think EdSharp has autoindent, though.

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I like visual studio with python because i can use code completion and manage indentation quite easily. Also i'm using the python profiler with it (sometimes it is a bit buggy). The only disadvantage is, that you cannot use cython with it.

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I am using visual studio code from microsoft as a light version.
I like it alot. I believe accessibility fixes are introduced from time to time.

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