As for Windows Narrator, it announces most stuff as "Unknown" or "Unknown Key". What's up with that, I wonder?
Do you mean Windows Narrator announces them as "Unknown", while JAWS doesn't announce them at all?
Yes, that's exactly what I mean.
OK, I managed to load an old machine which runs Windows 7 Enterprise SP1, and I installed Qt Creator 4.7.0 on it. I launched the Microsoft Narrator that came bundled with Windows 7. I used its default settings: "Echo User's Keystrokes" and "Announce System Messages".
Here is what I did and what I heard:When I launched Qt Creator, Microsoft Narrator said, "Window opened. Quartz Creator." When I pressed Alt, Microsoft Narrator said, "Alt. File. Menu Item. Menu key Alt plus 'F'. Menu bar with 8 items."
So Qt Creator 4.7.0 should be accessible to screenreaders on Windows 7. I can't understand why your copy of Microsoft Narrator only reads "Unknown".
In your community, are there any programmers or folks who are knowledgeable with computers? It could be worth getting their assistance. I'm afraid that our ability to help you through an online forum is quite limited.