On 21.12.2009 13:17, Serge Tumanyan wrote:
> Hello, Stefan,
> 1. the commit dialogue:
> The situation is again became better - JAWS stopped to read the links as
> dialogue text along with WindowEyes.
> The only problem left here is that the 'Static' window class of these links
> messes up the screenreaders and they do not announce that these links are
> links. Is it possible to assign a different window class to these links,
> something like 'LinkWindowClass' or something else?
Unfortunately, changing the class is not possible. A window class
defines what the window/control actually is.
But I've changed the accRole property to "link" for those controls and I
thought that this would be enough for the screen readers to recognize
them as such?
> The other problem that arised due to making links in the commit dialogue is
> that the listview with the files to commit is now very far from the the edit
> box. It is often needed to look at the exact list of files rather then
> select one with the links. There are two possible descisions here -
> A. to change the Tab order for links to be after the listview - though you
> can leave them phisically on the screen as they are.
> B. Assign the hotkey to the listview.
Added an invisible label with accelerator Alt-f for the list view
control (f for 'file list').
And I've also added an invisible label for the edit control (Alt-E as in
the branch/tag dialog).
> The third problem to solve here is that there are a lot of links to click on
> and as far as I understand you can not assign a keyboard shortcut to any of
> them? If it is still possible - it will be really great!
Sure, that would be possible. But I think it's not possible to find
unique shortcuts anymore since many chars in the alphabet are already in
use by some other controls of that dialog.
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