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Date: Mar 26, 2011 1:36PM
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As was pointed out previously, a navigable canvas sub-DOM is only a partial solution.
Provision of a focus ring on the canvas whose co-ordinates are programmatically exposed so that AT such as screen magnifiers can correctly convey current focus on areas of a canvas.
Ditto for caret
Also provision of a native method to pass events fired on areas of the canvas to elements in the sub-DOM.
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On 26 Mar 2011, at 18:44, paniz alipour < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> Hi All,
> As I read this link,It seems that the problem of canvas
> accessibility(fallback content) has been solved:
> The recently released Internet Explorer 9 beta implements the HTML5
> specification’scanvas element fallback concept. This means that the content
> inside a canvas elements start and end tags is exposed to assistive
> technology users even when the browser supports canvas. It also means that
> any interactive elements, inside a canvas elements start and end tags such
> as links or form controls will be included in a documents default tab order
> even when the browser supports canvas.
> Also the problem of focusing on elements,
> Now which problem exists and not solved?
> Paniz Alipour