Munawar Bijani <munawarb@...>
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You can check the QT framework. I've used it in python for GUIs and in V++ for console applications. The GUI framework that definitely does render accessible content is WS. QT, although the most popular, was a hit or miss for me.
On Jun 29, 2019, at 7:54 PM, Annabelle Susan Morison <foristnights@...
That's cool with me. I wasn't sure where to send it, so I
thought some of you might know something about what I
I’m going to forward this question to a more
appropriate list that deals with programming.
I'm beginning to create
a project in C++ with Codeblocks, and I wonder, are there specific C++ codes for
creating accessibility features in a program? Also, does anybody know if there
are C++ codes for creating things like buttons, checkboxes, combo boxes,
hotkeys, header bars (which I think might be the same as title bars), list
boxes, list views, password edits, radio buttons, sliders, text areas, text
boxes, tree views, and the like? If so, where would I find