Accessibility

atk/at-spi


ATK/AT-SPI Special Interest Group

Toolkits provide a logical representation of the content of an application. Assistive technologies, such as screen readers or magnifiers, can use this logical representation to enable individuals with disabilities to browse and interact with applications.

mission

"First chartered in 2004 as the Linux Foundation Accessibility Workgroup (LFA), the Open A11y group functions today within the Linux Foundation to establish free and open standards that enable comprehensive universal access to various computing platforms, applications, and services. Open A11y makes it easier for developers, ISVs, and distributions to support assistive technologies (AT). Assistive technologies enable individuals to make full use of computer-based technology despite variability in physical or sensory abilities due to illness, aging or disability.

draftpages

handlers


Expert Handlers Special Interest Group (SIG)


Mission Statement

handlers/req

handlers/participants


Open A11y Expert Handlers SIG Participants

listed alphabetically, by last name

atk/at-spi/at-spi_best_practices

Note: The design of this page is still under consideration. Do not consider any information here a "best practice" until this note is removed.

atk/at-spi/overview

atk/at-spi/specs/draft/adoc_atspi


Accessible Document Navigation Using AT-SPI

Please use this page to suggest improvements to and prose for the unpopulated and underpopulated sections of Accessible Document Navigation Using AT-SPI.

atk/at-spi/reference


ATK/AT-SPI SIG References


Open A11y ATK/AT-SPI Technical References

atk/at-spi/reference/tests


ATK/AT-SPI SIG Reference: Tests and Test Suites

atk/at-spi/faq

atk/at-spi/at-spi_on_d-bus

iaccessible2/textattributes

Text Attributes

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