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I know why this different approach...
But, if it is possible to NV Access to decide the order, why not
gave the same power to the user?
Às 17:16 de 30/01/2022, Brian Vogel
On Sun, Jan 30, 2022
at 11:39 AM, Rui Fontes wrote:
By instance in NV Access home page, if I read with arrows, I
link Support NV Access
and if I navigate with K, I hear:
Support NV Access link
You don't think this is a deliberate design choice?
When you're down arrowing through a page heaven only knows what
you're going to hit, and you get the control you've hit (when you
hit one) followed by the descriptive text. It's a way of
differentiating ongoing text from some sort of control or
structure like a table or list.
When you're using the single charachater shortcuts, you know that
you are going to land only on the thing the shortcut navigates to,
so there is no sense in announcing what that thing is first, but
the descriptive text that goes with the instance of that thing.
And that's likely only the case for things that can be embedded in
text such as links with text used to present them. I don't have
time to play now, but I'd expect buttons, dropdowns, radio
buttons, checkboxes, and the like to always be announced as
descriptive text followed by the control type, at least in
English. In languages that use noun-adjective order, like the
romance languages, I'd expect the opposite.
Brian - Windows
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