The accessibility player for scenarios is a special viewing mode for all ThingLink scenarios designed to better meet WCAG web accessibility standards.
How it works
The accessibility player is a separate special page that shows all content of the scenario in a way that is easier to navigate with keyboard controls. Any ThingLink scenes that are part of the scenario will automatically open in the accessibility player mode (see this article for more information on the accessibility player for scenes). In addition, the page has a special widget that can be used to change the page's appearance and use the built-in screen reader.
How to access the accessibility player
Start editing your scenario, click the Share button, and select the Accessibility tab. Copy the accessibility link and share it with your viewers:
The language selector allows you to pick the interface language of the scenario. Please note that this does not affect the content of the scenario. For example, if you select Italian, all default interface elements (like the 'Proceed' button) and aria labels used by screen readers will be translated to Italian, but the text you added will be displayed in the language it was written in.
Here's a demo link you can use to test how the accessibility player works with scenarios: https://app.widgets.thinglink.com/accessibility/scenario/1704854838078079971.
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