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Accessible Document Navigation Using AT-SPI

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Contents


Introduction



Terminology



Common Assumptions



Use Case: Navigate or Collect All Accessible Content by Unit



Scenario 1: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last item in the document



Scenario 2: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last interactive and enabled element in the document



Scenario 3: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last hyperlink in the document



Scenario 4: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last enabled form control in the document



Scenario 5: Collect all elements with a shortcut key in the document



Scenario 6: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last frame in the document



Scenario 7: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last section identified by a heading in the document



Scenario 8: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last data table in the document



Scenario 9: Navigate to the next, previous, current, first, or last embedded object or graphic in the document



Scenario 10: Navigate table cells by moving across rows and up and down columns within a grid or table



Scenario 11: Navigate to next, previous, current, first, last, up or down in a tree-style set of items or controls



Use Case: Where Am I?



Scenario 1: Ask where your point of regard is within a document and within containers in the document



Use Case: Document Summary



Scenario 1: Ask for a summary of the types of elements and containers in the document



AT-SPI Interfaces to Collect Element Characteristics for AT Rendering



Desireable Roles for Document Objects and Navigation


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