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XAccessibleContext2 Interface Reference

Implement this interface for exposing more aspects of a class's content. More...


Inheritance diagram for XAccessibleContext2:
XAccessibleContext XInterface

Public Member Functions

string getAccessibleId ()
 Return the object's identifier. More...
- Public Member Functions inherited from XAccessibleContext
long getAccessibleChildCount ()
 Return the number of children. More...
XAccessible getAccessibleChild ([in] long i) raises (::com::sun::star::lang::IndexOutOfBoundsException)
 Returns the i-th child of this object. More...
XAccessible getAccessibleParent ()
 Returns the parent of this object. More...
long getAccessibleIndexInParent ()
 Returns the index of this object in its accessible parent. More...
short getAccessibleRole ()
 Returns the role of this object. More...
string getAccessibleDescription ()
 Returns the object's description. More...
string getAccessibleName ()
 Return the object's localized name. More...
XAccessibleRelationSet getAccessibleRelationSet ()
 Returns the set of relations defined for this object. More...
XAccessibleStateSet getAccessibleStateSet ()
 Returns the set of states that are currently active for this object. More...
::com::sun::star::lang::Locale getLocale () raises (IllegalAccessibleComponentStateException)
 Returns the locale of the component. More...
- Public Member Functions inherited from XInterface
any queryInterface ([in] type aType)
 queries for a new interface to an existing UNO object. More...
void acquire ()
 increases the reference counter by one. More...
void release ()
 decreases the reference counter by one. More...

Detailed Description

Implement this interface for exposing more aspects of a class's content.

This is an extension of XAccessibleContext to add getAccessibleId().

LibreOffice 6.3

Member Function Documentation

◆ getAccessibleId()

string getAccessibleId ( )

Return the object's identifier.

This is not meant to be presented to the user, but to be an ID which is stable over application development. Typically, this is the gtkbuilder ID. Such an ID can then be used to identify a given well-known accessible object independently from the current locale, user-visible labelling, or dialog structure. This can then be used for tailored screen reading (e.g. automatically announcing the content of a well-known object), or for automatic regression testing (to check the behavior of well-known objects). Uniqueness within the window is thus desirable when returning a non-empty string.

The returned string is the object's identifier.

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