Quickly bringing up context menus in VoiceOver in iOS 13.2: https://marcozehe.de/2019/12/05/quickly-bringing-up-context-menus-in-voiceover-in-ios-13-2/
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OMEMO is multi-client end-to-end encryption for XMPP/Jabber.
It uses the Double Ratchet Algorithm, like in FB Messenger, Riot, Signal, Skype, Viber, WhatsApp, Wire...
It offers future and forward secrecy and deniability with message synchronization and offline delivery.
Oof, glad I didn't do that then, even though I looked at the changelog and nothing stood out that could particularly cause accessibility issues.
If you use REAPER as your DAW software, you might want to wait with installing version 6 due to some accessibility issues. Fortunately, you can install a previous version over version 6 if you've installed it already.
12 years at Mozilla: https://marcozehe.de/2019/12/03/12-years-at-mozilla/
Congrats Vojta! This sounds amazing. Guys imagine I was chatting with this guy on linux #a11y on some email lists or even on facebook in the past. https://research.redhat.com/blogs_cpt/blind_programmer_redhatbrno/
Lableism: The act of intentionally removing web form labels and replacing them with placeholder text. Usually done in an effort to make form fields more aesthetically pleasing, while leaving blind and low vision users out in the cold. (https://michaelspellacy.com/lableism/)
#a11y peeps, I'd appreciate a signal boost. The Brave browser has a cool system letting you support websites of your choice by occasionally getting push notification ads, but to claim the tokens from them you need to solve an image drag&Drop captcha. https://github.com/brave/brave-browser/issues/7174
Why AI will never replace human picture descriptions: https://marcozehe.de/2019/12/02/why-ai-will-never-replace-human-picture-descriptions/
A curious web standards celebration: https://marcozehe.de/2019/11/30/a-curious-web-standards-celebration/
Auditing For Accessibility Problems With Firefox Developer Tools: https://marcozehe.de/2019/11/29/auditing-for-accessibility-problems-with-firefox-developer-tools/
Hi! I need to check up on this thing more. I just saw @marcozehe's blog post linking to some of the changes that happened with #pinafore and #a11y. Man is this client fast. The fact I can use it exclusively with hotkeys rather than screen reader virtual buffers is great. The fact I don't lose my place when looking at a conversation and then closing it is even better.
Following up on the last post, now after some looking around the mobile client space on iOS I discovered @tootapp. There's another example of really awesome #a11y work. Great implementation of VoiceOver actions so going from toot to toot takes one swipe. Now I really don't have an excuse to not look on here more haha.
Some of you asked if I could blog about my third switching to #Android experiment. I took this cloudy Sunday morning as an opportunity to do just that. Here you go. Enjoy! #a11y
If you think a single person is just too small to make a difference, you should read up on Jadav Payeng, the "Forest Man of India".
When he was 16 he started planting trees on a deforested sandbar. He made it a habit of planting at least one tree every single day - over the course of the last four decades.
His forest now encompasses an area of about 1,360 acres / 550 hectares and is home to not only over one hundred elephants, but also monkeys, tigers and deer.
Be the change you desire!
Raspberry Pi 4 WiFi stops working at 2560x1440 screen resolution:
My extended advent calendar: https://marcozehe.de/2019/11/22/my-extended-advent-calendar/