Re: GtkSocket/GtkPlug accessibility
- Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2017 14:32:53 +0000
- From: Mario Sanchez Prada <msanchez@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: GtkSocket/GtkPlug accessibility
On 09/01/17 14:28, Colomban Wendling wrote:
> Thanks for those answers.
> Le 29/12/2016 à 11:51, Alejandro Piñeiro a écrit :
>>>> But fact is things like MATE-Panel make heavy use of those, so it'd be
>>>> nice to have it work properly.
>> Then perhaps it is about using AtkSocket/AtkPlug on MATE-Panel. But that
>> is an advice given without looking at all that code.
> Okay, I'll see then. If it's not something that should be done at the
> GtkSocket/Plug level and would profit everyone, I might investigate a
> different hackish solution that might be good enough for the MATE-Panel
> specific problem. Or see to use AtkSocket/Plug in MATE-Panel's side if
> needed, we'll see.
I know I arrive tremendously late to this thread, and I'm not even sure if
this is going to be helpful for your situation, but just in case this is a
small test application I wrote long ago to understand how the whole thing of
AtkSocket & AtkPlug works:
Also, in case it also helps, this is a (long) rant I wrote a while ago too
explaining how we implemented accessibility support in the multiprocess
architecture of WebKit2, also using AtkSocket and AtkPlug:
Now, feel free to dismiss all this if it's totally irrelevant :-)
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