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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Class
org.eclipse.swt.accessibility.AccessibleEvent

Packages that use AccessibleEvent
org.eclipse.swt.accessibility SWT Accessibility. 
 

Uses of AccessibleEvent in org.eclipse.swt.accessibility
 

Methods in org.eclipse.swt.accessibility with parameters of type AccessibleEvent
 void AccessibleListener. getDescription ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests a description of the control, or a description of a child of the control.
 void AccessibleAdapter. getDescription ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests a description of the control, or a description of a child of the control.
 void AccessibleListener. getHelp ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests the help string of the control, or the help string of a child of the control.
 void AccessibleAdapter. getHelp ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests the help string of the control, or the help string of a child of the control.
 void AccessibleListener. getKeyboardShortcut ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests the keyboard shortcut of the control, or the keyboard shortcut of a child of the control.
 void AccessibleAdapter. getKeyboardShortcut ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests the keyboard shortcut of the control, or the keyboard shortcut of a child of the control.
 void AccessibleListener. getName ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests the name of the control, or the name of a child of the control.
 void AccessibleAdapter. getName ( AccessibleEvent e)
          Sent when an accessibility client requests the name of the control, or the name of a child of the control.
 


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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