VoiceOver does it per default, the focussed object is highlighted
with a rectangle, its very usefull for visual impaired and to show
something to a sighted person.
Am 26.05.2017 um 19:11 schrieb Brian
Let me tell you, as a sighted person who tutors JAWS [mostly],
that the Focus Highlight add-on is unbelievably helpful and one of
the most appealing features available under NVDA for me.
It is very difficult for most folks, and particularly those of us
with sight, to wrap our heads around the virtual cursor and the
fact that, as a general rule [and for good reason from a practical
standpoint], most screen reader software makes absolutely no
effort to make the screen track with where the virtual cursor is
located and match that up. Even when you understand the virtual
cursor and that what's in the window you're working on is
buffered, if it's sufficiently complex it becomes well-nigh
impossible for a sighted person to have any idea of "where you
really are" once you've been working with things that are not
visible on the screen.
Focus highlight makes it much easier for me as a tutor, and for
any sighted assistant you might call upon, to know exactly what it
is that currently has focus. And for those who interact with it
enough the various line colors and/or "squiggles" contained within
those colored lines tell us exactly what screen reader state is
currently active for that item with focus.
This add-on was, and remains, a functional stroke of brilliance
for collaboration between screen reader users and the clueless or
even clued in sighted folks who would like to help, but are
hopelessly lost if they can't literally see what you're operating
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