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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 need to Disable Talk back voice within Application. Because i need to play my audio file in all accessibilities. i also tried importantforAccessibility attribute.
As the title says, Android Talkback is not registering the onFocus event.
I am developing a app using google maps api, and it is suppose to be used by people that can't see, so the acessibility is important.
Problem is I am using TTS to read a long string message when my activity is launched, but TalkBack automatically reads the application name in the middle of it and cuts the long string and is very
I have listview in my application
when talkback is enabled
and first item is highlighted
when i swipe on 4th item it is giving actual coordinates
In my app I have ad on bottom, in accessibility (talkback) mode I don't want ads to be included.
I have an Android app that hosts an WebView and we want to adopt some accessibility feature on it.
I have a TextView with some text written "Hello World".
I'm currently making my app accessible and I'm having problem with my EditTexts:
This question asked how to know if Android Talkback is active; that worked until Jelly Bean.
I'm developing an application that uses TalkBack to guide people through it.
I want to know if a user of the app currently has the narrator/TalkBack accessibility feature turned on.
I have a view that has a long press action handler. I use the content description to set the message Talkback speaks when the view gets focus.
I have added skip to main content links on header in my web app. It works as expected in Windows and MacOS. It even works as expected in IPhone.
Is it possible to programmatically modify the local context menu that TalkBack shows when my own app is in front, by default upon swipe up and right gesture?
In Xamarin Forms application, when i turn on TalkBack/Screen Reader for Accessibility in Android and swipe through the screen the screen reader doesn't read text on screen like label's and other im
I have a duo lingo (English + Spanish) android application.
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'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?
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