XButtons, XCheckBoxes and XRadioButtons all have a special 'label'
field, which is always picked up by screenreaders. However, XListBoxes,
XTextFields or XNumericFields don't have such a field, and I can't seem
to figure out how you can link a control with an XFixedText (label).
Apparently some screenreaders can guess the labels by analysing their
relative positions, but most screenreaders can't.
Has anyone got any experience in making extensions accessible?
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