scons source. Should I manually install each build time dependency? How? Which terminal should I use? (Windows Prompt, PowerShell, Windows Terminal, git-for-windows, Windows Subsystem for Linux + Ubuntu, ...) What's the recommended way to install Python 3.7 32-bit? (The only way I found was downloading the right exe from python.org.)
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I'am working on a simple application and I want it to make it accessible through screen readers. Problem Area : Screen Readers on web pages Actual Behavior : I see that the screen reader waits for the page to load completely(excluding the dynamically generated elements) and then it starts reading from top to bottom What I expect : I want the screen reader to start reading based on a condition say after a div gets injected dynamically I have tried a multiple ways to make the content accessible using aria-live, aria-busy, focus() methods. My code is as below :
<iframe src="http://localhost:3000" title="iframe" style="height: 500px; width: 100%;"></iframe>
<span style="float: right">Terms and conditions Apply</span></footer>
I want the above behavior to be implemented in a bigger application Thank you in advance
Hi, we are working on a project to support NVDA for accessibility. Our issue is NVDA doesn't read the link as link.
For example, <a href="http://www.google.com">Google</a>, NVDA only reads "Google" but not "Google (pause a bit)... link" like what ChromeVox does.
This is not ideal, because we'd like to have it to be indicative for visually impaired users.
Thank you for taking time to look into this issue. And wish you all happy holidays.
Hi - we are just in the process of starting to test our Bootstrap heavy website through the excellent NVDA
Within Chrome, if I have the following markup, NVDA will just not read out the value of the aria-label and is continuing to read the button label instead. Am I missing something?
<button aria-label="This is what the screen reader should read out" type="button" class="btn btn-primary" data-toggle="modal" data-target="#exampleModal" >Launch modal</button>
<label for="night-mode">Night mode</label>
<input type="checkbox" id="night-mode">
Hi folks, someone asked a question about NVDA's treatment of radio buttons for a snippet of HTML like this:
<div role="radio"> <div>Text 1</div> <div>Text 2</div> </div>
When navigating through this snippet with "Previous/Next Line" actions (i.e. - just up arrow/down arrow), it announces "Radio button Text 1", "Radio Button Text 2". Is this the expected behavior?