java based applications accessibility improvement
Hi, at a moment narrator is not working with java applications, nvda and jaws screen readers does. Please enable the support of java access bridge , so narrator can work with applications that are developed in java.
please up-vote this idea, because it is important you never know when you need screen reader software support for java applications.
In terms of features Microsoft should publish the release schedule and let us upvote the features we want. at a moment progress feels quite slow, improving quite a bit but it could be better. make a survey or something for data collection so you know what the majority wants. how *** you fekt up with shortcuts and navigation when you knew that we are using other screen reader shortcuts?
consult the users first please every time
it is a mess to get something done in massive organizations like Microsoft or google, apple is the best in this matter voiceover on the phones are amazing because devs know operating system inside and out.
If communications between devs is not efficient there should be no problems. It is not easy to develop good software but feedback still is a central problem, because we are getting 90% **** because no one asked people what they actually need.
I am expecting one day narrator to be much better then NVDA or Jaws because it is done by Microsoft who created windows.
sorry for wining about other things and going out of topic i just could not let this go.
Thanks for leaving your feedback with us Vytautas, have you updated to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update? If you have and you're still experiencing this issue, we will make sure to pass on your feedback on improving Narrator with Java to the engineering team. The purpose of this forum is to leave accessibility feedback on our products so feel free to continue to leave your feedback with us here. Also feel free to upvote posts that you agree with.