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Accessibility

Found 2 articles in the Swift Knowledge Base for this category.

 

How to fix incorrect VoiceOver pronunciations

As clever as VoiceOver is, sometimes it will get the pronunciation wrong for certain words – particularly when it’s missing some context that would have made clear what the correct pronunciation was.... Continue Reading >>

How to help VoiceOver read specific kinds of text using accessibilityTextualContext

Although VoiceOver does a great job of reading our interfaces by default, sometimes it can benefit from a little extra guidance in order to read content appropriately. accessibilityTextualContext is a property available on all UIKit controls that lets us mark content as being a specific type – output from the command line, some spreadsheet data, or even narrative speech.... Continue Reading >>

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