After some 508 Compliance work we recently performed on our
site, I found that a majority of my previously working scripts had started to
fail when attempting to click certain elements.
Most tests include clicking Checkboxes by clicking either
the control OR the label (clicking
both would essentially leave the control state unchanged)
Most test include clicking Radio Buttons by clicking the
control AND the label (clicking both
does not change state, which at the end is: selected)
What we see now is that clicking the label of a radio button
changes the state of the first checkbox preceding the radio button.
I've attached a graphic showing what's happening.
If this occurred within the same control type (i.e.,
checkboxes or radio buttons), my first thought would be that the elements in my
script were out of order.
The fact that clicking the label of a radio button changes
the state of a checkbox indicates that something else is at play here.
When I brought this to my DEV’s attention, she said that this
is occurring only in areas where the 508 Compliance work was completed, but
when I brought this to our DEV’s attention, should didn’t see anything in the
DOM that would account for this behavior.
I’m currently using version 2016.3.928.0, and have not
updated my client in many months.
I looked through the Form and couldn't find anything reported similar to this.
Thanks for any help you might be able to provide,