I agree, it’s the other side of us requiring Microsoft to be consistent with the handlers they provide for accessibity. We then need to be consistent with the implementation of windows keystrokes we use on our side.
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I'd have thought both have their place in a properly designed system. Standard use of windows keys is surely a must.
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Subject: [nvda] Accessibility Guidelines 2.1.3_Tab key or arrow key #advisory
For texas submission do we need to have tab key or arrow key compatible for all type of content, do we need to ensure that all content is 100% accessible via tab key or arrow key.