I’ve been looking around for <Oleacc.h> examples, and find plenty on how to make a client, but none on how to make a server (e.g. something to process the accessible events sent by the windows, A.K.A. a screen reader). Does this exist anywhere? Source: Windows..
For an accessibility desktop application I must overlay the desktop screen with numbers, text and a grid of rectangles (stroked with e.g. red brush). Ideally this should work on any window manager system (windows, linux KDE/GNOME, possibly even mac). What is the standard approach to something like this? I was thinking of taking a screenshot ..
I am developing an application in which communication will be from Application layer(Java) from Native layer(C++) through JNI implemented by AOSP framework and viceversa. Here my question is If a create a file in application layer, Can I access that file in native layer using file descriptor. Source: Windows Que..
Sorry if remap isn’t the right term. I need to catch and cancel any drag-and-drop event, and instead trigger a normal click on the initial coordinates where the mouse was clicked. This is to assist my mom who suffers from tremors and motor dysfunction. Whenever she clicks on something, she keeps the button pressed and ..
I’m still hacking away on my little Screen Reader project, and need to add support for MSAA/UIA/IAccessible/other Accessibility APIs, but I can’t seem to find any good tutorials for doing so (in Python, that is). I can find a lot of ctypes/comtypes tutorials, but I need more functionality, I already know how to use those ..
I started hacking away on a tiny screen reader project the other day (it’ll probably never take off, but everyone needs a hobby, plus it’s a tool that I use on the daily, why not make my own)? Anyways, I currently only have support for getting the active foreground window text with win32gui.GetWindowText(win32gui.GetForegroundWindow()). Every time ..
As title says. I would like to know if i can hide overloaded operator of class/struct from Visual Studio’s member/function list (see images below) without using private: or protected: which makes the operators inacessible in C++. Accessing via Class/Struct Name::UnwantedThingsHere Accessing via declared variable class/struct a, a.UnwantedThingsHere declaration of the struct and operator overloads: struct ..
I’m trying to automate an old Qt 4 application (for which I don’t have the source code). If I run the application before running Spy++, Qt does not create window handles for child widgets. If I run the application after Spy++, window handles are created for child widgets like buttons and I can find them ..