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This listing is a compilation of both questions asked in-site and questions related to accessibility themes gathered from different sources (stackoverflow, UX Stack Exchange).
I'm trying to create an Accessibility scanner android app something like
I have a fragment that appears over the bottom half of a full screen webview to display glossary and footnote items that are clicked on in the webview.
I'm trying to make my React Native app accessible.
In native, when I have a Button, TalkBack says my content description, then the component type and then a hint like:
I have a duo lingo (English + Spanish) android application.
I am trying to implement an AccessibilityService that records the user's actions (only click events at this point) and stores them, such that they can be replayed at a later point in time.
I am using AccessibilityService to determine the text and coordinates of views of any current application running in android device.
I'm trying to add a custom ACTION_CLICK text. This what I'm doing:
I have a Google map and added marker on the map. When the accessibility mode is ON and we navigate to Map marker using Bluetooth keyboard it announces press Alt+⇧Shift+Enter ↵ to activate.
I override my own Accessibility Service, and print the event.getEventType to Log in
public void onAccessibilityEvent(Accessibility event)
My last question about the same topic was not clear enough and was put on hold by c
My users will be using TalkBack enabled or some other Accessible Service.
After I open my app, it jumps to the accessibility settings.
I am trying to read every item inside a ListView of any application by using AccessibilityInfo class.
I need to read a resource of a 3rd party app using its resource id(which is known to me).
I am referencing to this link:
Following Android documentation, I tried adding
I'm trying to grasp how to code with screen readers in mind, and I'm having a number of issues. The first example is a single HTML element that I tried to display:
I'm using the new TextInputLayout provided by Android.support to do floating label.
i'd like to create custom view and provide for talkback information about type, state and may be short description of this view.
how i can to do it?
Discovered some bad app using android accessibility to hack my app, call up my app and manipulate things automatically (user are cheaters so they enable accessibility service), how can I block andr
I recently included the RatingBar view into a layout and realized it is not compatible with Talkback (it is not accessible).
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