Declined
Last Updated: 06 Aug 2021 10:23 by ADMIN
Kavitha
Created on: 06 Aug 2021 09:45
Type: Bug Report
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On navigating to ordered list items, Narrator is only announcing first letter of the list items.
  1. Open the https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/ using valid credentials.
  2. open any related article.
  3. Navigate to 'Reply' button and invoke it.
  4. Navigate to 'ordered list' button and invoke it.
  5. Navigate to the edit region and type some ordered list items.
  6. Now, Navigate to the ordered list items and listen to Narrator announcement.

Actual Result:

On navigating to ordered list items with arrow keys, Narrator is only announcing first letters of the text and while navigating with 'caps-arrow' keys, Narrator is only announcing position details of the list items.

Note: this issue is not observed with nvda

Nvda version: 2020.2

 

Expected 
On navigating to ordered list items with 'arrow keys' or using 'caps-arrow' keys, Narrator should announce the whole text of the list item including position details.


User Impact 
Knowing how many items are in a list is extremely useful to assistive technology users as they can know if they should attempt to skip the list, navigate to the end, help them recall placement of certain items, or orient themselves within the list.  

1 comment
ADMIN
Stefan
Posted on: 06 Aug 2021 10:23

Hello, Kavitha,

This is expected as this is user-generated content.

Even if we have our list tool to add some accessibility attributes, the list can be loaded from a server with no attributes, the user may copy-paste a list from another source with no attributes.

Regards,
Stefan
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