[Accessibility] disable accessibility for some elements in QML

Pierre Lamot pierre.lamot at yahoo.fr
Tue Jul 15 14:46:52 CEST 2014

>This is strange, in general elements that don’t have Accessible.something set should not appear for TalkBack at all. Please try to come up with a small example that shows this behavior (it should be easy enough to just create a simple qml file) and file a bug at bugreports.qt-project.org with GUI: Accessibility as component.

I opened this bug [1], but it seems to be rather related to ministro than Accessibility itself:

[1] https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-40238
>iOS accessibility support is in the dev branch - which is Qt 5.4. Feedback is much appreciated there, but of course it required building Qt. I still need to implement rotation (currently everything works after rotating the device but visually VoiceOver will show the focus rectangle as it it wasn’t rotated).
>But I bet there are rough edges that I’m not aware of.

I'm about to test it. I'll give feedbacks if I find any problems.

Best regards

Pierre Lamot

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