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Minutes for 2007/06/26
Pete Brunet, Mike Squillace, Itoh-san (Takashi Itoh), Larry Weiss, Barry Feigenbaum
Structuring of tables - row objects as intermediate children (table, rows, cells)
There were two proposals for the case where focus events are fired from cells:
Larry: There needs to be a way to get the row and column indexes. This could be done using IA2::uniqueID. The table can map uniqueIDs to row/column indexes.
Pete: Another possible option is that the AT senses a ROW object, uses indexInParent (CELL in ROW) as the column index, and uses indexInParent on the ROW object (ROW in TABLE) to get the row index.
The latter approach has two problems:
It won't work for tables with spans.
Linux has no roles for ROW and COLUMN; this is a problem for multi-platform apps.
The former approach will be documented.
The DLL needs to be built by a non-IBMer and published.
The work is temporarily on hold through July.
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