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  • Add shift to go back, add Alt+Shift for a list (and use Esc to close it before showing the next list):
    • Headings - H
    • Links - K
    • Images - G
    • Landmarks - M
    • Lists - L (read as a group, use I for list items)
    • Form elements:
      • Buttons - B
      • Combobox - C
      • Radio - R
      • Checkboxes - X
    • Tables:
      • T, Alt+Shift+ arrows keys, or Alt+Shift+Home/End
      • OM + R / C for row / column headers
    • Paragraphs - P
    • Form fields
      • Alt+Shift+F list, OM+Tab for form fields
  • Up, Down for line by line
  • Say All (start reading from current location) - KP +

Testing with VoiceOver on iOS

VoiceOver is most frequently used with Safari, so test using the latest version of Safari.

First-time set up

  • Use the Accessibility Shortcut to switch VoiceOver on and off quickly:
    • This lets you triple-click the side button to stop and start VoiceOver.
    • Navigate to Settings > Accessibility > General > Accessibility Shortcut and select VoiceOver.
      • If you want to see the text of VoiceOver on screen, enable Caption Panel.
  • Customise the Rotor:
    • This lets you choose what appears in the Rotor.
    • Navigate to Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver > Rotor. Enable the following: Buttons, Form Controls, Headings, Images, Landmarks, Links, Lists, Search fields, Static Text, and Zoom.

Testing

  • Navigate by touch
    • Drag your finger over the screen
    • Double tap to open links, press buttons, etc.
  • Navigate by swiping
    • Swipe right to move to the next item (text or interactive controls)
    • Swipe left to move to the previous item
  • Scroll by flicking with three fingers
  • Use the Rotor to navigate by elements
    • Open the Rotor by twisting two fingers like a dial
    • Swipe up or down to jump between elements in the the selected category

Testing with TalkBack on Android

TalkBack is most frequently used with Chrome, so test using the latest version of Chrome.

First-time set up

  • Use the shortcut service to switch TalkBack on and off quickly.
    • This allows you to hold both volume keys for three seconds to start and stop TalkBack.
    • Go to Settings > Accessibility > Volume key shortcut. Select Use service and choose TalkBack as the Shortcut service.
  • If you want to see the text of TalkBack on screen, go to Settings > Accessibility > Caption preferences > Use captions.

Testing

  • Navigate by touch
    • Drag your finger over the screen
    • Double tap to open links, press buttons, etc.
  • Navigate by swiping
    • Swipe right to move to the next item (text or interactive controls)
    • Swipe left to move to the previous item
  • Scroll with two fingers