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android studio and autocomplete

Juan Hernandez-2
Hello,


I am using android studio for my work, I am developing android code for my
company.

So far android studio isn't too bad.  One really annoying issue is when I'm
in the code editor, and I type something like

ServiceManager sm = new ServiceManager();
Sm. (on typing the dot, it brings up my various autocomplete options.)

So this part works great, I can up/down errow through the various methods,
etc with no issue.  When I select one NVDA seems to loose focus.  because I
loos focus I think.  If I just do something like alt+f, or alt+spacebar, to
focus onto a menu, then hit escape to close those menus, I am back in the
editor, and can see my completed code.

Is there something that can be done? Iwould love to help developing to make
bug fixes, but I am not super comfortable with python, and the nvda code
base.  I wouldn't know where to start.

Or is this an android studio, and they need to fix this?  If I can no this I
can begin to hound them to fix it on their end.

Thank you for your time.

Juan

 


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Re: android studio and autocomplete

Noelia
Hi,

Hope someone gives a better answer. Maybe useful to recall this NVDA's
issue, where mohammad-suliman, an NVDA contributor and also developer of
an add-on for Visual Studio, provides a link to the "Accessibility
Features | Android Studio" document, where NVDA is recommended and
object navigation is also mentioned:
https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/6224

I'm a user of Android and NVDA
Thanks.

El 26/03/2017 a las 7:18, Juan Hernandez escribió:

> Hello,
>
>
> I am using android studio for my work, I am developing android code for my
> company.
>
> So far android studio isn't too bad.  One really annoying issue is when I'm
> in the code editor, and I type something like
>
> ServiceManager sm = new ServiceManager();
> Sm. (on typing the dot, it brings up my various autocomplete options.)
>
> So this part works great, I can up/down errow through the various methods,
> etc with no issue.  When I select one NVDA seems to loose focus.  because I
> loos focus I think.  If I just do something like alt+f, or alt+spacebar, to
> focus onto a menu, then hit escape to close those menus, I am back in the
> editor, and can see my completed code.
>
> Is there something that can be done? Iwould love to help developing to make
> bug fixes, but I am not super comfortable with python, and the nvda code
> base.  I wouldn't know where to start.
>
> Or is this an android studio, and they need to fix this?  If I can no this I
> can begin to hound them to fix it on their end.
>
> Thank you for your time.
>
> Juan
>
>
>
>
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