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yes values can be accessed. see livedocs <- have edited link CG
debug your movie and you should be able to see any property contained within _accprops in the debug window.
don't know much about native screen readers that work with browsers on the mac coz i've looked and not been able to find one on mine. i have read about voiceover for tiger though...
> yes values can be accessed. see livedocs
That link wouldn't open. What document were you referring to? I've read the docs quite a bit...
> debug your movie and you should be able to see any property contained within
> _accprops in the debug window.
That's how I would expect it to work also, but as I said it does not. The _accProps is undefined if you use the Accessibility panel. According to the docs, if you delete an _accProps from an object, rather than removing all accessibility properties it reverts to whatever was set in the Accessibility panel, if anything. Very unintuitive. It doesn't look like accessing properties that have been set via the Accessibility panel is possible.
> That's how I would expect it to work also, but as I said it does not. The _accProps
> is undefined if you use the Accessibility panel.
I spoke too soon; I just make a blank document and tested this, and it appears to work. Something else must be amiss in my original project -- which is very confusing, but not at all surprising.
I've edited the link - should work now - it's just a link to the _accprops help doc.
Something i overlooked when i first started with accessibility is that every time you edit accessibility properties of a movie-clip or movieclips you need the line: