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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 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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I have a application which supports screen readers via the Java Access Bridge. The jre version works fine with screen readers such as NVDA.
Sometimes I accidentally put my arm on the Numpad Enter when coding and when the enter key starts repeating, things get messy.
I downloaded the Java JDK 7 source code from https://jdk7.java.net/source.html.
I am using :before pseudo-elements bound to particular classes to add symbols in front of p tags, with CSS like this:
The possibility of connection to JAWS and N
I have a time picker component, composed by two separate input fields that work together to create the illusion of being one.
This is how the skeleton looks like
Refer the implementation as mentioned here:Role image for pseudo background images
Is it possible to determine the order of HTML elements read by a screen reader (like TalkBack or VoiceOver) regardless of their position in the DOM?
I have JS that will be handling videos and there are anchor tags with an icon in them on the page which, when clicked, will open a video.
I have the following code for a select:
I'm trying to use the Java Access Bridge to get information about Swing components from inside a C++ app. However, none of the callbacks I register ever get called.
I'm colour blind, and find it impossible to tell the difference between the colours for 'Available' and 'Away' in Skype for Business 2016:
I'm interested in making sure some of our sites are usable by people using screen readers.
Getting lot of ANR reports,
I have two identical 10.13 boxes that I use to build a tool that uses the Accessibility API. The tool needs to get a list of open applications.
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