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Thanks a lot Stuart for your detailed answers :)
Le 21/03/2016 18:36, V Stuart Foote a écrit :
Sorry, nothing new here, and I would not characterize the LibreOffice
development as becomming more inaccessible in ensuing releases. 

MENGUAL Jean-Philippe wrote
... in Writer, access to format and style bar becomes (ery
difficult with keyboard. 

Yes this is a problem, the F11 Styles & Formatting dialog was pushed into
the Sidebar but remains SRC based.  F6, F10 sequence navigation is not fully
supported, and there is a lack of keyboard shortcut/accelerator assignments
for components in the Sidebar ( tdf#84502
<>  ).

The .src for the Styles & Formatting content panel in decks for each module




Unfortunately the .src is not fully integrated into the .ui oriented
Sidebar, and probably needs to be converted fully to .ui for seamless
keyboard navigation behavior and provide quick help as accessible text.

That should probably be written up as a new a11y related enhancement.

... tables are still nearly impossible to be
browsed properly. 

That is  tdf#87680

Bullets are not spoken at all and don't appear.

That is  tdf#93139

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