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Re: JavaScript library for display and customization of keyboard shortcuts?

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From: Brian Lovely
Date: Oct 29, 2015 12:05PM


There’s the Aegis Project: http://access.aol.com/aegis/#goto_datepicker <http://access.aol.com/aegis/#goto_datepicker>; which modifies the jQuery UI library to include accessibility features.

Brian Lovely
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> On Oct 29, 2015, at 1:58 PM, Robert Fentress < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
>
> Hello, all.
>
> I was wondering if anyone was aware of an open source JavaScript library
> that provides keyboard-only users the ability to view and change keyboard
> shortcuts. It would work something like this:
>
> - After the skip link would be a visible keyboard button.
> - When the button receives focus a tooltip appears that says something
> like "view/change keyboard shortcuts for page navigation and common
> functions"
> - Activating the button launches a modal dialog with fields for each
> named (aria-label or aria-labelledby) landmark region, plus fields for any
> functions the developer has exposed.
> - The fields already contain default keyboard shortcuts, but with one of
> these fields in focus, pressing a key combination changes the default value
> to whatever is pressed.
> - Ideally, it would include functions that allowed for persisting these
> values across sessions.
>
> How about it? Anybody know of anything like this? Ideally, it would be a
> jQuery plugin or AngularJS module, but anything like this would do.
>
> Thanks,
> Rob
>
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