1. Click the Loop talk icon. 2. Click the person icon in the top nav (make sure you are first signed in). 3. Hover over a contact (press the "Add a Contact" first if you have none). 4. Carefully click the white down-arrow icon in the green button that appears. 5. Once the white menu appears, try pressing the arrow keys or pressing any letter. 6. Notice nothing happens. (Note: this is also reproducible with the settings menu exposed by clicking on the gear icon when the user is signed in.) Expected result: Arrow keys should navigate between menu items. And accesskeys should also work. I should be jumped to a menu item by typing its first few letters. Actual result: Nothing on the keyboard seems to allow me to toggle between the menu items.
going to put meta in for accessibility and get a full review. agree seeing a few bugs on this area. focus on 38 to bring up to bar.
full accessibility review on the backlog - results will prioritize bugs.
working on UX stability - changing very rapidly - but keeping on backlog to fix once stable.
Thoughts on how to open the Hello panel can be found in Bug 1106932. Once it is opened, I believe focus should move to the panel. Then the user can keyboard down, first through the Conversations/Contacts tab headers, then through the conversations. Hitting enter opens one and moves focus to the conversation window. If they keep keyboarding down they can hit the "Start a Conversation" button which opens a new room and moves focus there. All this plus a tab order through the elements should make the panel keyboard accessible.
Support for Hello/Loop has been discontinued. https://support.mozilla.org/kb/hello-status Hence closing the old bugs. Thank you for your support.