This goes back to something i posted here before.
I have a buffalo link station ls440 nas device.
Whenever you need to shut it down, you are asked for a 4 digit number.
This is displayed on the screen as four images.
However, the alt attribute for each of these numbers is “number_1” “number_2” etc.
This alt attribute is assigned when the confirmation number is asked for.
So, if you try to shut it down you could get a number like 1234.
The next time it could be 4321.
However, the alt attribute always remains at “number_1” “number_2” etc.
Therefore, you don’t know what number is actually displayed.
Tried custom label, graphics labeller, hight and width of graphics, show hide tagged etc.
However, by examining the element in my browser, i have determined, that the actual image file is the actual number.
e.g. if the first number being displayed on screen is the number 6:
the img tag will be:
<img alt=”number_1” src=”num6.jpg”>
So, if i could force jaws to read the actual name of the file, it would indicate to me what the four numbers actually are.
I have tried every setting i can find both in the default application settings and the browser specific settings in relation to graphics.
This is the same for jaws 2018 and 2020.
Jaws has a scripting language.
Has anyone ever used this to force something?
I have programming experience, but i haven’t had the need to script anything for jaws yet.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What i cannot understand, is why jaws wont assign a custom label to it. Afterall, its just an image tag!!