- native equivalent of aria-live with NVDA
Re: native equivalent of aria-live with NVDA
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That might very well be what it is, yes. I would like to break into addon development and remember getting somewhat stuck in the minutiae during my last attempt. I will keep this event in mine when I try again in the coming days. Veering off-topic for a hot second, is the addon dev guide still the place to be for people who'd like to get started, and if so, is there a natural next step after it?
Still really interested in the original topic of this email, I was thinking of for example Nick Stockton's IF Interpreters addon, but I'm not sure to what degree that addon does things in a standard way, so was looking for more examples to compare the ways of working as it were.
I think you might be thinking of live region change event. I don't know if any add-ons are listening to this event more actively, but I do log UIA live region events in Windows 10 App Essentials.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Florian Beijers
Sent: Saturday, May 1, 2021 12:20 PM
Subject: [nvda-addons] native equivalent of aria-live with NVDA
I am a web developer first and foremost, and don't have a huge amount of experience interacting with UIA and friends directly, so this is really me looking for an analog to the concept I know.
Is there a pattern for the web concept of aria-live, where a particular element on screen immediately echoes new text, but only the new text, to NVDA as it comes in?
Think new messages in a chat window, new output for a terminal program, that kind of thing.
If so, is there an example in some NVDA addon, guide, post or email thread where I can see how this is done?
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