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Accessibility: Release Notes 0.9
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Mono Accessibility 0.9 Release Notes
The Mono Accessibility project enables Windows applications to be fully accessible on Linux.
This release is a developer release, meaning that it has not gone through exhaustive testing, and as such should not be used for production tasks.
Release Date: Nov 24th, 2008
- ComboBox (only DropDown & DropDownList styles)
- WebBrowser support is pending the resolution of #427866 for focus events to be properly captured.
- Changing the View property in the ListView control to/from View.Details is not supported yet. #428525
- MessageBox does not yet export details about its message text. #447783
- Items cleared from a ToolStrip or ToolStripDropDownItem may still appear in ATK (#446783)
- Support for focus and selection events for ToolStripItem is incomplete (#443971).
- RadioButtons don’t have a MemberOf relation yet. #447885
- Text attributes are not present in any Atk.Object yet (#442581) because of a bug in the Atk# binding: #393565.
- Active state of a Form is not removed when switching to another application (due to a limitation in the Provider API) (#445199)
Mono Accessibility is available for a variety of Linux distributions, including:
- OpenSUSE 11.0 - 1-Click Install
If packages aren’t available for your distribution, you’ll probably have to install Mono Accessibility from source. Step-by-step instructions are available.
If you just want to grab a source tarball, check out the Novell ftp page.
The following people have contributed to making this release happen:
Andrés G. Aragoneses, Brad Taylor, Brian Merrell, Calen Chen, Calvin Gaisford, Mario Carrion, Michael Gorse, Neville Gao, Ray Wang, Sandy Armstrong, Stephen Shaw
If you find any issues with this release, please don’t hesitate to file bugs.