Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) is an Application Programming Interface (API) for user interface accessibility ... The programmatic goal of MSAA is to allow Windows controls to expose basic information, such as name, location on screen, or type of control, and state information such as visibility, enabled, or selected. - Wikipedia
Accessible Info Viewer is designed to be used with the Acc Library. The Child Path, which can be copied by clicking on the middle section of the status bar on the viewer, is designed to be used with the Acc_Get function, which will be added to the Acc Library in the near future. Here is an example of getting the URL from Firefox, as shown in the image above:
- In the Acc Viewer window, Accesible Objects are bold, and child elements are normal font.
- ^/ is a Hotkey that operates like dragging the cross-hair, but allows you to still click.
Builds Child Path from Window object, rather than Client object
Child Path is now dot-delimited, rather than csv
- Show More/Less button is now text
- Change Curser to hand
- Added "Path" & Removed the "Copy Child Path" button
Store each objects child_path in it's TVobj slot
Turned Off "~Lbutton Up" Hotkey at beginning of script
Path doesn't go back up to the Parent Window if you first reach the ObjectFromWindow object in GetAccPath()
*Note - thread history can be found here.