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From Nicholas Kwiatkowski <nicho...@spoon.as>
Subject Re: [Component Accessibility]
Date Fri, 27 Jan 2012 15:35:06 GMT
The ANE is something I'm developing under contract, so it is not something
I can release at this time.  The biggest problem when working with ANEs is
that when you make a call out (for example, the function to send to
the accessibility subsystem in iOS, it happens asynchronously (actually, in
its own thread), so you don't know when you will loose focus.  It my test
cases, we lost focus about 1/2 a second later when the subsystem kicked in.

The work around we are thinking about putting in involves sending an event
back to the AVM when call to the accessibility system finishes doing its
work, and having the as3 code reset the focus when it gets the call.


On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 10:25 AM, David Francis Buhler <
davidbuhler@gmail.com> wrote:

> Nicholas,
> Is the ANE something you could share?
> I had a problem with Focus on an accessible control, where setting
> focus on the control crashed the browser (without an error).
> There might be options to dealing with your focus issue. For example,
> there's an operation available in FP (getNextFocusManagerComponent)
> that allows you to return focus to the previous control that had
> focus, if I remember right.
> > On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 10:00 PM, Nicholas Kwiatkowski
> > <nicholas@spoon.as> wrote:
> >   AIR for
> >> both iOS and Android do NOT support any forms of accessibility.  We
> tried
> >> to jerry-wrig it up with an ANE for iOS, and it didn't work right (every
> >> time we tapped into the APIs, we lost focus of the current control).

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