Improvements in accessibility for Mac OS X in Firefox 41

During a big Mozilla event in June in beautiful Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, a few team mates, contributors and I had the chance to work on some improvements to what Firefox exposes to VoiceOver on the Mac OS X operating system. These improvements will be in Firefox version 41, currently…

Switching back to Windows

This post is no longer current. For an update on the reasons why, read this post. The below post is kept for historic reasons, since they reflect my thoughts and reasoning from that time. Yes, you read correctly! After five years on a Mac as my private machine, I am…

Progress on Mac accessibility work in Firefox

This is an update for all who are interested in our Mac accessibility implementation. After I blogged about this topic last time, we entered into a bit of a rough time having to do with the text interface of the Universal Access protocol. If you want to read the full…

Accessibility on the Mac: Progress report Jan 30, 2012

After my blog post about the accessibility of Firefox on Mac OS X ramping up stirred up so much interest (thanks again to everyone who commented!), I thought you’d like to hear a bit about the progress we’ve made since then. When I wrote the original…

Apple's iOS 4 supports WAI-ARIA landmarks

This is, I believe, my 100th post on this blog, and I’m using it to announce that Apple’s iOS 4, released yesterday for the iPhone and iPod Touch, supports WAI-ARIA landmark in the VoiceOver screen reader. VoiceOver has had, since its inception, a feature called the…