2019-04-13 22:39:55

hello
i have a java app, and this is not accessible
i herd about the java access function that make java apps accessible. how i can enable this feature?

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2019-04-13 23:04:51 (edited by Slender 2019-04-13 23:17:53)

Please note that if you are using NVDA, you must use the 32-bit Java runtime. For Windows 7 and later, you can enable the Java Access Bridge from the Ease of Access control panel. Alternatively, you can use jabswitch.exe to enable it manually, by going to the bin directory in your Java installation and typing jabswitch.exe /enable.

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2019-04-13 23:26:29

Slender, thanks a lot!

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2019-04-14 01:48:22

You won't get access to 64 bit java apps because NVDA isn't technically 64 bit, though it sort of is in a weird way hybridized. So, even with the java access bridge, you only get 32 bit apps working.

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