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02/28/2014 06:07:56 AM (10 years ago)
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artychan
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  • Ticket #27011, comment 2

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    1 I don't know that there is a simple solution to this. The reason VoiceOver (or any screen reader) doesn't read the sub menus is because it doesn't "exist" until the hover state is triggered.
     1The reason VoiceOver (or any screen reader) doesn't read the sub menus is because it doesn't "exist" until the hover state is triggered.
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    33Refer to style.css line 1519
     
    2222Fixing this issue requires quite a number of rewrites to style.css and a lot of testing to make sure it works cross-browser and across devices.
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    24 I've made a stab at fixing this issue through [https://github.com/Arty-chan/Accessible-TwentyTwelve-Child-Theme/blob/master/style.css a child theme], so maybe some of the code could taken from there, but even in my child theme, I've only fixed the issue as far as the menu button part. Probably will just require me sitting down to do it for submenu items as well, but it's not there yet.
     24A possible solution is to do something similar to the patch under ticket #27039 (for twentythirteen theme)