on 2007-04-14 3:36 AM, Marc Wan at email@hidden
> I'm trying to enable accessibilty in my Cocoa application, and
> sorting through the docs has been a bit bewildering for me.
Your questions suggest that you haven't found all the documents (there are
several of them), or that you haven't spent enough time with them. These
questions are all answered quite clearly in one document or another. There
are separate documents for Carbon and Cocoa, as well as some overview
documents that contain useful information. Also, the "AX" headers for Carbon
apps (in the HIServices subframework of
/System/Library/Frameworks/ApplicationServices.framework) and the
"NSAccessibility" header for Cocoa apps (in
/System/Library/Frameworks/AppKit.framework) contain some information.
The easiest way to find most of the documents is to choose Documentation in
the Xcode Help menu, then select the top level "Reference Library" search
group in the left pane of the Developer Documentation window, then use the
search field to search for "accessibility." The top 8 hits are all very
helpful. Start by reading "Getting Started with Accessibility." Also search
on "assistive" to pick up another document or two.
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