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This is the UNO Accessibility API <-> MacOS X Accessibly project page.
|Accessibility hierarchy including Name, Role and Description||done||M1|
|Bounding rectangles and hit test||done||M1|
|UI focus state and change notifications||done||M1|
|Basic text support||done||M2|
|Window attributes, orientations and boundrect notifications||done||M2|
|Text attribute support||done||M2|
|Tables and outline view||done||M3|
|Slider and sheets||done||M3|
|Complete list of supported interfaces||done||M3|
|Performance optimizations etc.||done||M4|
|M1||Hierarchy and focus handling||End of Nov. 07|
|M2||Text, text attributes and actions||Mid of Mar. 08|
|M3||Tables, outline view, slider and sheets||End of Apr. 08|
|M4||Optimizations||End of May 08|
2007/12/06 moved boundrect and child notifications to milestone 2 due to insufficient documentation
2008/02/04 VoiceOver needs text attributes for speaking documents, so moved to milestone 2. Child notifications seem not to be expected at all.
2008/04/08 rearranged milestones
Overview of the MacOS X Accessibility Infrastructure, in particular “The Mac OS X Accessibility Protocol”, “Testing for Accessibility”, “Roles and Associated Attributes”.