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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 recently noticed some differences in amazon.com and Amazon.in.
I want to tell the narrator to read the window description when it's shown.
Recently I've been implementing ARIA into a web application and I found this quest
How can I see the text of non-focused RecyclerView children (items)?
I have a TextView with some text written "Hello World".
This question at face value is a duplicate of: Divs vs tables for tabular data
I'm working on making my existing tab component accessible, I'm basing my design off of the W3C's
I'm trying to make my website fully accessible for devices like screen readers. In one page on my site, I have a screenshot of an application showing a lot of text.
We're using JAWS to test accessibility in our web application on IE11. One of our controls requires a CTRL + click to bring up a context menu.
I'm currently making my app accessible and I'm having problem with my EditTexts:
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 noticed on scenebuilder that a modena high contrast theme exists.
How do I properly use it? I mean in a cross platform or implementation way.
When using NVDA on Firefox it fails to read the first child when focusing from a container, but it is able to read the second child.
I am currently working on an enterprise website with loads of different views/content.
I am now making my website readable by screen readers.
Say I have a div with some p tags below some text elements, how do I aria tag these so the screen reader picks these up?
I could give the div tagindex="0" but my linter complains:
I had some strange behaviour where the chrome screen reader was reading labels twice, I inadvertently "fixed" it and I'm not sure the fix was correct.
If I have a standard select element with a label, like this:
I have the following code in my project,
How would you approach announcing an accessibility message via TalkBack on Android (or iOS equivalent)? Is this possible with existing ReactNative version?
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