Editor Toolbar buttons not uniquely identified in JAWS Form Field Dialog (INSERT+F5)

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  1. Matt
    Matt avatar
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    Member since:
    Mar 2009

    Posted 21 Jun Link to this post

    I've created a Kendo Editor with a variety of toolbar buttons.  However, when I bring up the list of fields in JAWS (Insert + F5), not all of them are uniquely identified.  Some of them just say "Button", whereas others say what the button is used for, as shown (and described) in the attached file.  The markup is below:

    01.$("#txtBody").kendoEditor({
    02.    resizable: {
    03.        content: true
    04.    },
    05.    tools: [
    06.        "formatBlock",
    07.        "formatting",
    08.        "bold",
    09.        "italic",
    10.        "underline",
    11.        "strikethrough",
    12.        "subscript",
    13.        "superscript",
    14.        "justifyLeft",
    15.        "justifyCenter",
    16.        "justifyRight",
    17.        "justifyFull",
    18.        "insertUnorderedList",
    19.        "insertOrderedList",
    20.        "indent",
    21.        "outdent",
    22.        "foreColor",
    23.        "backColor",
    24.        "createLink",
    25.        "unlink",
    26.        "print"
    27.    ],
    28.});

    What needs to be done in order to update the button's such that they're uniquely identified in the dialog?

    According to my understanding of your 508 documentation (http://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/accessibility/section-508), this should be supported out of the box.

  2. Joana
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    Posted 23 Jun Link to this post

    Hi Matt,

    I tested the behavior on my side and everything is as expected. I am using JAWS 16.0 version and latest Telerik KendoUI (2016.2.607). I have attached an image for reference. Could you please verify that you are using latest of both JAWS and Kendo and give us more detailed steps to replicate the issue? Is it browser specific issue?

    I am looking forward to your reply.

    Regards,
    Joana
    Telerik
     
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  4. Matt
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    Member since:
    Mar 2009

    Posted 28 Jun in reply to Joana Link to this post

    For clarification, the screenshot I posted was using IE11.  I went to Telerik's Kendo Editor demo page (http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/editor/index) and was able to replicate the issue there as well in both Chrome and IE11.  

    See the attached files for the screenshots of JAWS running on the Telerik Kendo Editor Demo pages.

  5. Joana
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    70 posts

    Posted 28 Jun Link to this post

    Hi Matt,

    Still not able to reproduce the issue and I have attached a screenshot on the demo too. Please, refer to the JAWS version because there are enhancement smade in its last releases that concern recognizing formcontrols. Issues in the JAWS version is out of scope of our products. You could take a look at the JAWS Release Notes and versions.

    I tested on JAWS 16 and there is no issue in any browser. As we test on the same page it's not possible to have differences in the Editor setup that interfere the JAWS behavior.

    Regards,
    Joana
    Telerik
     
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