The new Omnis Studio 10 supports a number of UI features to help to make your applications more accessible, primarily for people with disabilities. The WCAG 2.0 guidelines (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) are an international recommendation for the barrier-free design of web applications, which are binding for authorities in the European Union from September 2019 onwards. Similar requirements apply in many other countries including the US, Canada and Australia.
So-called “Landmark Roles” in standard accessibility guidelines are also implemented for Page Panes, and allow you to identify different areas of a form to allow screen readers to describe the structure of the page to end users.
As well as the ARIA properties, the behavior when using various keys to navigate a remote form, or inside more complex controls, has been improved. For example, the behavior when tabbing from one control to another has been improved, plus the behavior has been improved for the Enter and Arrow keys, and the Spacebar, which can be used to select options or items in dropdown menus for example.
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