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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 must be missing something simple:
When a UITableViewCell is selected, voice over announces "selected", I don't want voice over to say "selected". How can i achieve this ?
Normally, VoiceOver correctly reads web contents loaded with WKWebView and it is possible to read buttons and links.
Is There any way to force VoiceOver to not read view controller title "heading" word after reading title/accessibilityLabel?
Is there some way that I can avoid the section titles of the UITableView from saying "heading" in the voiceover mode after the text on the section is read?
Sorry for the question but I cannot figure it out after searching for a day. I have an iPad, using safari and VoiceOver off, with a wireless keyboard.
I'm using Appium (Mobile App Automation for Testing) to test an iOS app.
In TableViewCell, I have custom imageview which act as a radio button. This imageview has two states
At certain point I used Accessibility Inspector (from Xcode -> Open developer tool -> Accessibility Inspector) while running my app in simulator, and ever since the Xcode console is cluttered
I have an iOS application and I'm adding accessibility to it.
I have a problem with how VoiceOver announces my custom UITextInput while it has th
I am trying to add accessibility features to an iOS app that has already been developed.
I work with the following html code in iOS with UIWebView:
Is it possible to change the order in which the VoiceOver feature for accessibility in iPad reads out the elements, when the 'Two-finger Flick Down' gesture is done?
I wanted to use the Accessibility Inspector to verify all the accessibility identifiers in my app running in the simulator (iOS 9.2).
I have the following code in my project,
let bodyFontDescriptor = UIFontDescriptor
I'm wondering if there is a way to check the hints using Accessibility Inspector? Or any other way on iOS to debug the accessibility viewing the hints? Thanks!
I created a text view that has one line of text and part of the text is a link. I use linkTextAttributes to create that clickable link text, but I cannot get accessibility to work.
I am using Accessibility with VoiceOver in my app.
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