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public interface: AccessibleAction [javadoc | source]

All Known Implementing Classes:
    AccessibleAWTChoice, AccessibleJTreeNode, AccessibleJTextComponent, AccessibleAWTMenuItem, AccessibleHyperlink, AccessibleAWTCheckbox, AccessibleJSpinner, AccessibleAWTCheckboxMenuItem, AccessibleAbstractButton, HTMLLink, AccessibleJComboBox, AccessibleAWTButton

The AccessibleAction interface should be supported by any object that can perform one or more actions. This interface provides the standard mechanism for an assistive technology to determine what those actions are as well as tell the object to perform them. Any object that can be manipulated should support this interface. Applications can determine if an object supports the AccessibleAction interface by first obtaining its AccessibleContext (see Accessible ) and then calling the AccessibleContext#getAccessibleAction method. If the return value is not null, the object supports this interface.
Field Summary
public static final  String TOGGLE_EXPAND    An action which causes a tree node to collapse if expanded and expand if collapsed.
    since: 1.5 -
public static final  String INCREMENT    An action which increments a value.
    since: 1.5 -
public static final  String DECREMENT    An action which decrements a value.
    since: 1.5 -
public static final  String CLICK    An action which causes a component to execute its default action.
    since: 1.6 -
public static final  String TOGGLE_POPUP    An action which causes a popup to become visible if it is hidden and hidden if it is visible.
    since: 1.6 -
Method from javax.accessibility.AccessibleAction Summary:
doAccessibleAction,   getAccessibleActionCount,   getAccessibleActionDescription
Method from javax.accessibility.AccessibleAction Detail:
 public boolean doAccessibleAction(int i)
    Performs the specified Action on the object
 public int getAccessibleActionCount()
    Returns the number of accessible actions available in this object If there are more than one, the first one is considered the "default" action of the object.
 public String getAccessibleActionDescription(int i)
    Returns a description of the specified action of the object.