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Expose grammar errors from IAccessible2 text. #8280

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michaelDCurran commented May 16, 2018

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Summary of the issue:

As well as spelling errors, IAccessible2 implementstions can also expose grammar errors. This may be through built-in support in the app itself, or conveyed by the author via aria-invalid="grammar".
However, NVDA only looks for spelling errors from IAccessible2, not grammar errors.
Grammar errors in UIA are already supported.

Description of how this pull request fixes the issue:

NVDA now supports the IAccessible2 text attribute: invalid:grammar, and maps it appropriately as the invalid-grammar=True attribute on formatFields so that it is spoken similar to spelling errors.

Testing performed:

Using following html testcase:
invalidText.html.txt
Tested in Firefox to ensure that NVDA announced grammar error at the appropriate place. (at the position of the second "to ").
Chrome does not yet expose grammar errors.

Known issues with pull request:

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Change log entry:

New features:
NVDA will report grammar errors when appropriately exposed by web pages in Mozilla Firefox.

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derekriemer commented May 16, 2018

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Brian1Gaff commented May 16, 2018

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Might this also work with LibreOffice? Probably not...

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