On 20/10/2009 8:47 PM, Heiko Folkerts wrote:
Ah. I believe I have a similar problem in Sun VirtualBox (http://www.virtualbox.org/). I wasn't sure whether perhaps it was an issue with VirtualBox, but suspected it was probably the widget.Well e.g. we have a QTabWidget with two tabs. The widtet and the Widgets provided to the addTab method have been given accessibleName and accessibleDescription. But it still says "tabsheet"
That would seem to indicate a different tab order with shift+tab versus tab. Or am I misunderstanding?It also seems that the information is read different when navigating with tab as when doing it with Shft+Tab. Shft+Tab seems to bring up more of the descriptions or names of the controls.
It does indeed. However, it seems that QT doesn't fire a focus event on the active tab, nor does it set the selected or focused states on the active tab. Screen readers need this in order to determine which tab is active.We have used accChecker to watch the MSAA information in the application and from that we saw that the tabwidget itself contains subwiindows carying the names for the tabs.
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