Accessiblity in Qt 5 using Cocoa and Mac OS 10.6
I've built Qt 5.0.0 on Mac OS 10.6.8 using the following configure options:
@configure --prefix=/Users/me/libs/Qt5.0.0-shared -sdk /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.6.sdk -platform macx-g++42@
The configure summary shows:
@Accessibility .......... yes@
But when I build a Qt application there's no accessibility for VoiceOver. All VoiceOver detects is the window title.
Do I need to add some special options to add accessibility support?
Same thing here.
We are switching to Qt5 primarily for its better accessibility support.
While it works fairly well on windows and linux (ubuntu >= 11.04), OS X accessibility seems inexistent.
Is there something Bjoern and I are missing?
[Replying to self]
So, this is relevant:
«Cocoa: Disable accessibility.
The accessibility implementation is unstable and
causes application crashes. Disable until it has
-> 5.0.0, 5.0.1 are not accessible on OSX. Hopefully next versions will be.