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Hi Marc,

Marc Paré wrote on 13/09/2020 21:37:

Knowing that accessibility compliance may be a growing issue for
institutional/corporate adoption, would it then make sense for the
TDF/LibreOffice consider taking a close look at this particular item and
perhaps adopt some kind of accessibility checker/aid for the suite?

Indeed this is an important option.
And from version 7.0 LibreOffice already has a checker under the
Experimental features (Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Advanced..)

Tools > Accessibility Check starts the feature.
Or when you do an export as PDF: Universal Accesibiliy (PDF/UA)

There is quite some extra work needed to extend the feature, so that
more accessibility items are checked. Roughly 50% of what possibly can
be checked, is covered now. Hence that it is marked as experimental.


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