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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've read around on the internet and I've heard people say
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Recently when I was using Gmail i ought to notice that Gmail runs an algorithm by which if user types " I have attached " in a mail and does not actually attach mail it shows a dialog confirmation
I'm looking to define what makes more sense in a page visual hierarchy for both visual design / consistency & accessibility.
I have an iOS application and I'm adding accessibility to it.
I've been using SVGs for a multitude of things and I was able to get the exact result I was looking for. This got me wondering why we can't build entire websites with them...
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.
When I click on a link, a popup is opening and after closing the popup, focus is coming to the link, but focusing is not working in Mozilla. If I use tab focusing, it is working.
We are using Google reCaptcha for our web forms.
I have a problem with how VoiceOver announces my custom UITextInput while it has th
On running the following code:
let pid = getAppPid()
let AXApp = AXUIElementCreateApplication(pid)
I'm currently developing a book reader Android Application and I have some issue with setImportantForAccessibility function, the official documentation doesn't help much.
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 following form with input fields in my angular 2 Application
Trying to install and run Java Ferret in 64-bit Windows. JAB is installed and running. Screen readers (NVDA, JAWs) work. Java Monkey is working. Accessibility Bridge Explorer is working.
I have an issue where drilling down into a text field with Control+Option+Shift+Down ends up reading more than what's currently inside of the text field.
I've got a table showing participation of countries in a project in 2013 and 2018. For a year in which a country participated, we want to display a black circle.
EDIT: To the person who tagged this as having nothing to do with ADA. This question has everything to do with ADA.
I'm trying to get all possible information from an NSScrollView using the accessibility interface in Cocoa. I can read various things like the id, enabled state, scroll position, frame etc.
I am trying to add accessibility features to an iOS app that has already been developed.
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