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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 learned that the <abbr> tag is supposed to be interpreted by screen readers in a way that its title attribute would replace its content when read by a screen reade
So I have the following function. What it does is listens for the focus event on all elements.
How would one place focus on a paper-input contained within a paper-dialog at the point of it being opened?
I have a React project that shows a bunch of social media links that are just icons to their respective sites.
I am trying to implement an AccessibilityService that records the user's actions (only click events at this point) and stores them, such that they can be replayed at a later point in time.
I'm make an accessible website menu and would like to differentiate between a mouse "Click" and a VoiceOver "Press" to open a submenu.
I am using AccessibilityService to determine the text and coordinates of views of any current application running in android device.
I'm trying to add a custom ACTION_CLICK text. This what I'm doing:
I am currently working on making a responsive website accessible and I wonder whether a blind person who opens the page on a smartphone will be able to open the hidden menu somehow, or if he/she "s
Like any responsible developer, I'd like to make sure that the sites I produce are accessible to the widest possible audience, and that includes the significant fraction of the population with some
I'm working on code diff view design, and would like to gather your opinion on two existing patterns.
Below are screenshots of two different side-by-side diff view designs.
I've tried adding random labels to a UITableViewCell and the accessibility voice over system reads all of them automatically.
Unlike a raster image (e.g. a PNG), a screen reader could in theory read and somewhat understand the content of an SVG file.
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.
My company is exploring some scenarios that we use commonly in our design that we are realizing may not be 100% compliant with WCAG 2.0 standards.
I have a "home screen-replacement" app on Android for people with eyesight problems and I'm considering making a similar App for iOS.
My last question about the same topic was not clear enough and was put on hold by c
In order to provide Accessibility i need to to focus elements when entering screens in my Cordova app.
I override my own Accessibility Service, and print the event.getEventType to Log in
public void onAccessibilityEvent(Accessibility event)
I'm looking for a way to change the voice with a shortcut:
going in to settings->accessibility->Speech and setting the voice "Alex"
take's to long.
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