Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class

Packages that use AccessibleState
javax.accessibility Defines a contract between user-interface components and an assistive technology that provides access to those components. 

Uses of AccessibleState in javax.accessibility

Fields in javax.accessibility declared as AccessibleState
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.ACTIVE
          Indicates a window is currently the active window.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.ARMED
          Indicates that the object is armed.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.BUSY
          Indicates the current object is busy.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.CHECKED
          Indicates this object is currently checked.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.COLLAPSED
          Indicates this object is collapsed.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.EDITABLE
          Indicates the user can change the contents of this object.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.ENABLED
          Indicates this object is enabled.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.EXPANDABLE
          Indicates this object allows progressive disclosure of its children.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.EXPANDED
          Indicates this object is expanded.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.FOCUSABLE
          Indicates this object can accept keyboard focus, which means all events resulting from typing on the keyboard will normally be passed to it when it has focus.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.FOCUSED
          Indicates this object currently has the keyboard focus.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.HORIZONTAL
          Indicates the orientation of this object is horizontal.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.ICONIFIED
          Indicates this object is minimized and is represented only by an icon.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.INDETERMINATE
          Indicates that the object state is indeterminate.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.MANAGES_DESCENDANTS
          Indicates this object is responsible for managing its subcomponents.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.MODAL
          Indicates something must be done with this object before the user can interact with an object in a different window.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.MULTI_LINE
          Indicates this (text) object can contain multiple lines of text
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.MULTISELECTABLE
          Indicates this object allows more than one of its children to be selected at the same time.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.OPAQUE
          Indicates this object paints every pixel within its rectangular region.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.PRESSED
          Indicates this object is currently pressed.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.RESIZABLE
          Indicates the size of this object is not fixed.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.SELECTABLE
          Indicates this object is the child of an object that allows its children to be selected, and that this child is one of those children that can be selected.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.SELECTED
          Indicates this object is the child of an object that allows its children to be selected, and that this child is one of those children that has been selected.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.SHOWING
          Indicates this object, the object's parent, the object's parent's parent, and so on, are all visible.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.SINGLE_LINE
          Indicates this (text) object can contain only a single line of text
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.TRANSIENT
          Indicates this object is transient.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.TRUNCATED
          A state indicating that text is truncated by a bounding rectangle and that some of the text is not displayed on the screen.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.VERTICAL
          Indicates the orientation of this object is vertical.
static AccessibleState AccessibleState.VISIBLE
          Indicates this object is visible.

Fields in javax.accessibility with type parameters of type AccessibleState
protected  Vector<AccessibleState> AccessibleStateSet.states
          Each entry in the Vector represents an AccessibleState.

Methods in javax.accessibility that return AccessibleState
 AccessibleState[] AccessibleStateSet.toArray()
          Returns the current state set as an array of AccessibleState

Methods in javax.accessibility with parameters of type AccessibleState
 boolean AccessibleStateSet.add(AccessibleState state)
          Adds a new state to the current state set if it is not already present.
 void AccessibleStateSet.addAll(AccessibleState[] states)
          Adds all of the states to the existing state set.
 boolean AccessibleStateSet.contains(AccessibleState state)
          Checks if the current state is in the state set.
 boolean AccessibleStateSet.remove(AccessibleState state)
          Removes a state from the current state set.

Constructors in javax.accessibility with parameters of type AccessibleState
AccessibleStateSet(AccessibleState[] states)
          Creates a new state with the initial set of states contained in the array of states passed in.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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