Defining Access Keys (continued)
Reusing Access Keys
You can bind the same access key to several components. If the same access key appears in multiple locations in the same page, the rendering agent cycles among the components accessed by the same key. That is, each time the access key is pressed, focus moves from component to component. When the last component is reached, focus returns to the first component.
Depending on the browser, if the same access key is assigned to two or more Go components on a page, the browser may activate the first component instead of cycling through the components that are accessed by the same key.
Note: If you assign an access key that is already defined as a menu shortcut in the browser, the ADF Faces component access key takes precedence.