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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).
Is There any way to force VoiceOver to not read view controller title "heading" word after reading title/accessibilityLabel?
Event taps provide a way to create assistive technologies as described here:
I have a UIButton subclass, ACTLanguageButton that really just does some custom UI changes so that I can reuse the style.
I am looking for advice on how to make a scrollable list drawn with OpenGL into a CAEAGLLayer backed UIViews accessible with VoiceOver.
I have a blurred view which overlays other views.
I have a button with accessibility label @"a". When the button is pressed, I have a callback that sets the accessibility label button.accessibilityLabel = @"b".
button.accessibilityLabel = @"b"
Apple's Accessibility Inspector tool displays the Objective-C class corresponding to the currently inspected UI Element. See NSButtonCell at the very bottom of this screenshot:
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