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Best place to implement table navigation for IAccessibleTable2

derek riemer
Good news: Libre office supports IAccessibleTable2. I am thinking of implementing table navigation for it in NVDA. Is there anything I should know before I try? What place should I implement it in to make sure I maximize the chance of the PR being accepted and such?
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Re: Best place to implement table navigation for IAccessibleTable2

derek riemer

Correction: it implements IAccessibleTable, not Table2


On 12/19/2016 1:44 AM, derek riemer wrote:
Good news: Libre office supports IAccessibleTable2. I am thinking of implementing table navigation for it in NVDA. Is there anything I should know before I try? What place should I implement it in to make sure I maximize the chance of the PR being accepted and such?
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