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7124293: [macosx] VoiceOver reads percentages rather than the actual values for sliders. #1098

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@@ -496,8 +496,9 @@ - (NSArray *)initializeAttributeNamesWithEnv:(JNIEnv *)env

// if it's a pagetab / radiobutton, it has a value but no min/max value.
// if it is a slider, supplying only the value makes it to voice out the value instead of percentages
BOOL hasAxValue = attributeStatesArray[2];
if ([javaRole isEqualToString:@"pagetab"] || [javaRole isEqualToString:@"radiobutton"]) {
if ([javaRole isEqualToString:@"pagetab"] || [javaRole isEqualToString:@"radiobutton"] || [javaRole isEqualToString:@"slider"]) {
[attributeNames addObject:NSAccessibilityValueAttribute];
} else {
// if not a pagetab/radio button, and it has a value, it has a min/max/current value.