May 15, 2017 at 4:04 pm #356504
Is it noted anywhere in help text or release information that the onRightClick action does not work when you have Use Web Accessibility Settings set on? If not, I think it does need to be mentioned AND should also work even with accessibility settings checked. In a simulation, I need to allow my sighted mouse users to be able to right click on a button to open a menu, but with the accessibility setting on, this does not work.
I wasn’t sure if this was best posted here or in the suggestions.May 16, 2017 at 8:10 am #356555
Christine O’MalleyMember4 pts@comalley5856
“Slightly” besides the point but timely –
I am just starting a new user group, specifically for creating accessible e-Learning in Lectora. Our format will mirror the previous Chicago Lectora User Group where we shared Questions – Solutions – Ideas on how to program effectively in Lectora.
The intention is for the group to meet on a regular basis (virtually, with occasional in-person meetups as schedules allow). I see a primary output of this group to be the creation of a user guide that blends accessibility guidelines with some best practice on HOW to meet these guidelines/requirements in Lectora.
My hope is that our efforts will serve to enhance developer knowledge, increase awareness of the importance of accessibility in e-Learning, and maybe even demystify the topic for anyone who is a newbie. If you (or anyone you know) is interested, please send a private message to me and I’ll invite you to join. Then please watch for news from me regarding The Lectora Accessibility User Group.
May 16, 2017May 16, 2017 at 8:14 am #356558
Darrel SomozaMember199 pts@Klaatu
While you are waiting for an official response you can still get your functionality by adding an event listener to the onshow of the page. See attached.
Attachments:May 16, 2017 at 10:26 am #356605
Once again, Darren, you come to the rescue 🙂 I have a feeling it might take some time to remove the restriction on right click for web accessibility. From an accessibility standpoint, the page is still operable since there’s a duplicate button on the page that’s clickable without requiring a mouse.
Chicago is close enough to Minneapolis that it makes sense for me to send you a message, Christine.May 16, 2017 at 2:01 pm #356639
This looks like a bug in the product. We’ve gone ahead and documented this and will implement a fix for in an upcoming release. Most likely letting you use right click triggers but adding it as a warning during the accessibility checking process.May 17, 2017 at 11:24 am #356777
<span class=”bbp-user-nicename”><span class=”handle-sign”>@</span>comalley5856</span> – Did I just see you in the eLearning Guild Accessibility Summit? I saw the link, but unfortunately my firewall here at work is blocking it since it’s newly registered. I’ll hit the site up at home and jump in. Great idea!May 17, 2017 at 12:04 pm #356780
Christine O’MalleyMember4 pts@comalley5856
Hi Jason – I am in the Accessibility Summit. If you’re referring to the User Group, glad to hear you’re interested! ChristineMay 22, 2017 at 10:51 am #357145
I wasn’t at a summit but I did attend LUC 17. I’ve also joined the group Christine mentioned 🙂May 22, 2017 at 10:54 am #357147
I tried to get approval for LUC 2017, but came up short – Next year (almost) for sure! I may even take the dive off the cliff and put together a proposal 🙂
(Also, not sure what’s happening with my attempts to tag folks in posts – I’m also wondering how to do votes up, since I don’t see that as an option on a post itself.)May 22, 2017 at 11:13 am #357159
Submit something!!!! I tried getting approval for 6 years and it finally took me joining the company to be able to attend LOL. I totally feel your pain!
You should be able to tag people by including them using an @+user name such as @jvalley0714. If it’s not working for you I’d love to know what OS, browser (version), and computer type your running. I’ll have our developers take a look.
The vote up feature should be a thumbs up icon in the gray box. Are you by any chance on IE? Sometimes it doesn’t show in older versions of IE. I’ve got our developers looking into it but we haven’t found a solution quite yet.May 22, 2017 at 12:31 pm #357169
@jvalley4735 – It is IE 11 that’s the problem. I checked it in Firefox and the up vote icon is there.
And I have to do a head-desk on the tagging. I was copying from the page and pasting into the reply, which was adding the span tags (insert eye-roll at myself).May 22, 2017 at 4:20 pm #357200
We made some headway on the vote up disappearing in IE. Can you confirm @JasonADal that you see it now?May 22, 2017 at 4:35 pm #357202
Yes, it’s there now! Nice work to you and the dev team.
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