I am recently taking a course on database concepts in my
university to fulfill my requirements for my Information
Technology minor. our class is using the MySQL Workbench and
server software from Oracle.
My question is: is this application for Windows accessible with
JAWS or NVDA? Do I need anything I have to do to run MySQL
workbench with one of these screen readers?
Today in class was the first day in which we were supposed to
learn how to create models with tables and diagrams for our
first database. However, all the input I get from the installed
copy of JAWS on my lab computer are some empty listviews
labeled, "Add tables," "Add routines" "Add users," "Add
diagrams," and others. I can not seem to type in, or edit any
columns, rows, or other data within the database model, as the
instructor was explaining and telling us how to do it and what
to select on what I assume are selectable controls in the GUI.
Are there any specific keyboard commands used
in the MySQL workbench application that I should know? Are there
any third party scripts that I can load that are available for
On a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being super
accessible, how would anyone with experience with this
application rate the its accessibility with JAWS and / or NVDA?
Any advice, feedback, lessons or just advice
on how to get the instructor to accommodate for an alternative
solution to the MySQL application will be greatly appreciated,
as there is an assignment that I have to turn in using the MySQL
software next Monday.
Thanks for reading!
This email has been checked for
viruses by Avast antivirus software.
Set up is easy. Get online in
Starting at only $14.95 per month!