Il giorno 14/apr/2011, alle ore 11.59, Christophe Strobbe ha scritto:
It seems that VoiceOver reads tabs as buttons.
It is true in Libre Office and other applications, but it is false in general. The object for
multi-tab dialogs is available under MacOSX and it is properly recognized by Voice Over.
When I am on a tab page, I use the Tab key to navigate the controls inside
it. I believe Mac OS also use the Tab key for this.
Yes, it is true. You can navigate a dialog with tab key, but, if yo are using Voice Over, another
possibility is to use ctrl+option+arrow keys. This movement command allows a blind user to
navigate a dialog landing on objects normally unreachable using tab: labels associated to
controls, warning text containing in a dialog and so on. There are are movement command available
in Voice Over. Of course, the controls in paragraph or character dialogs are reachable using tab
tho they are not correctly labelled; but none of the other movement Voice Over command works.
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