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Yes, I know, and my message below applies to all such items, as I
said. I've been developing web sites myself since 1996, so I am
well versed in web content components, and I dis state in the
message that the label applies to other gui elements as well,
which would include radio buttons, checkboxes, edit boxes, submit
buttons, and the like.
On 2/25/2019 10:27 PM, Rosemarie
Some forms have radio buttons which allow you to make a choice
whenselecting something. There are also combo boxes.
On 2/25/2019 7:25 PM, Travis Siegel
When using forms mode, it is expected that some sort of
identifying text will be included with the item needing to be
acted upon. Therefore, some checkboxes might have a title
saying it's the yes or the no check box. If the said text
isn't present, then NVDA has no way to know what the item is
refering to, so will only state the actual item and not what
it is supposed to be referring to. This goes for all gui
elements, not just checkboxes.
On 2/25/2019 10:10 PM,
I am a software
developer trying to develop accessible software. I am working
with some checkboxes that always announce "unknown" before
announcing the label. This occurs only in forms mode and only
when using a mouse (which I understand some NVDA users do).
Any clue as to what might be causing the issue?