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Automatic suggestions in the address fields in www.gmail.com compose message are not read by NVDA #5676

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sumandogra opened this Issue Jan 13, 2016 · 8 comments

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sumandogra commented Jan 13, 2016

NVDA remains silent and does not give any info bout the automatic suggestions in the address fields in the compose message of www.gmail.com.
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  1. Open www.gmail.com.
  2. Login to your account.
  3. Press ALT+C to open compose message window.
  4. Go to the address edit field, To, Cc.
  5. Type in a few characters for the address already resent in the contacts list.
  6. No automatic suggestions are read.
  7. TAB to input and address. No information is read by NVDA
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It does not work in internet explorer.

From: James Teh [mailto:notifications@github.com]
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Automatic suggestions in the address fields in www.gmail.com compose message are not read by NVDA (#5676)

What browser? Works fine for me in Firefox.


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sumandogra commented Jan 13, 2016

It does not work in internet explorer.

From: James Teh [mailto:notifications@github.com]
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Cc: sumandogra sumandogra6@gmail.com
Subject: Re: [nvda] Automatic suggestions in the address fields in www.gmail.com compose message are not read by NVDA (#5676)

What browser? Works fine for me in Firefox.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #5676 (comment) . https://github.com/notifications/beacon/AHIIBvXIv65kHJ8TUpTwAwXpgnL8bmNcks5pZh3ogaJpZM4HD0jk.gif

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nvaccessAuto commented Feb 1, 2016

Incubated in b718586.

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Incubated in 47daf9a.

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Incubated in c078fcc.

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@sumandogra: What version of Internet Explorer were you testing with? While we did fix a problem with NVDA switching to browse mode incorrectly when address suggestions appear, even without this fix, suggestions still get read for us. Could you please re-test this with both master and next branches? If you can still reproduce this, a log file at level input/output would be useful.

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@sumandogra: What version of Internet Explorer were you testing with? While we did fix a problem with NVDA switching to browse mode incorrectly when address suggestions appear, even without this fix, suggestions still get read for us. Could you please re-test this with both master and next branches? If you can still reproduce this, a log file at level input/output would be useful.

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In Internet Explorer and other MSHTML controls, moving focus to certa…
…in controls (specifically, where aria-activedescendant is used) no longer incorrectly switches to browse mode. This occurred, for example, when moving to suggestions in address fields when composing a message in Gmail.

MSHTML NVDAObject: expose focusable and focused states if this object is the active descendant of the focus as IE fails to do this itself. This code was moved from shouldAllowIAccessibleFocusEvent into states.
Re #5676.

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This fix addresses one issue, but we couldn't reproduce the original report, so leaving open for now pending a response from @@sumandogra.

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jcsteh commented Apr 13, 2016

This fix addresses one issue, but we couldn't reproduce the original report, so leaving open for now pending a response from @@sumandogra.

jcsteh added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 29, 2016

In Internet Explorer and other MSHTML controls, moving focus to certa…
…in controls (specifically, where aria-activedescendant is used) no longer incorrectly switches to browse mode. This occurred, for example, when moving to suggestions in address fields when composing a message in Gmail.

MSHTML NVDAObject: expose focusable and focused states if this object is the active descendant of the focus as IE fails to do this itself. This code was moved from shouldAllowIAccessibleFocusEvent into states.
Re #5676.

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bhavyashah Aug 19, 2018

@sumandogra Could you please respond to @jcsteh's request for a status update in #5676 (comment)?

bhavyashah commented Aug 19, 2018

@sumandogra Could you please respond to @jcsteh's request for a status update in #5676 (comment)?

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