I use Firefox and Chrome.
Doesn't role = alert force the interruption of text as it
arrives on screen, and prepend the word "alert" to it?
Which browser are you making use of?
Ask since in chrome and firefox, I get no automatic feedback,
but, the content is being updated, but, in chrome, the
auto-completion in the edit field seems to be interfering at
However, if I try that out with internet explorer 11, then it
handles it like you probably want it to - seems to read out
next bit of feedback, etc. nicely, but, just gave it a very
I myself implement aria-live="assertive", and, role="alert"
to get NVDA, etc. to read out content changes, but, haven't
played around with the other ones yet.
"Resistance is futile, but, acceptance is versatile..."
On 2017-04-07 09:50, Sukil Etxenike
via Groups.Io wrote:
Lately I've been testing online interactive fiction
interpreters. All these implement aria
aria-relevant="additions"). The problem is that with some
specific games (like Ad Verbum) NVDA fails to output
anything automatically. Link to test this (with Parchment):
Anyone can clarify why this happens? Note that this is not
specific to this game, but this only happens in Parchment
That works properly...
Even more weirdness: Andrew Plotkin uses an older version
of Parchment with no ARIA, and it works surprisingly well
Thanks very much,