When print preview, the web page is rendered as an image, no enabled widgets. We should not expose accessibles of the web page. This bug is not urgent for Firefox 3 but worth logging here, I think.
When in print preview mode, anything in the web page should be STATE_INVISIBLE. Then we should be fine.
Summary: Accessible should not be exposed when print preview → Accessible should be exposed as INVISIBLE when in print preview mode
Usual user can read in preview mode so user with disabilities should be able to read it too. Probably we shouldn't expose select accessible for html:select but we should expose nsAccessibleWrap or hypertext accessible.
The stuff is all visible, but it's just not ENABLED|SENSITIVE|FOCUSABLE.
Summary: Accessible should be exposed as INVISIBLE when in print preview mode → Accessible should not be ENABLED|SENSITIVE|FOCUSABLE in print preview mode
We're not only exposing wrong states when print preview, but also exposing wrong boundaries.
(In reply to comment #4) > We're not only exposing wrong states when print preview, but also exposing > wrong boundaries. > Actually, we didn't expose the previewing content (I think it's OK), but the web page under it.
Mass un-assigning bugs assigned to Aaron.
Assignee: aaronleventhal → nobody
AUTO-CLOSED. This bug untouched for over 2000 days. Please reopen if you can confirm the bug and help it progress.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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