Hi, I am learning to program in java in prep for my AP computer science class. I went through the java programming tutorials on oracle's web site and they mention getting the Java SDK with netBeans IDE. I don't quite remember why I couldn't get it to work, I think it was because I couldn't read the installer with NVDA, none of the controls were labeled. I am thinking it probably has to do with the fact that in order for a screen reader to read the controls it needs the java access bridge. I have that installed, as I have successfully seen the java access bridge in action with openOffice, but there doesn't seem to be a way to enable java access bridge for the installer. My question is, are there accessible versions of the java sdk and an accessible IDE, because netBeans doesn't seem to be right for me as I can't get it installed.
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