Accessibility

At Axway, we strive to create accessible products and accessible documentation for all users.

This section describes the accessibility features of the B2Bi product and its documentation.

Accessibility features of B2Bi

B2Bi provides the following accessibility features:

Keyboard shortcuts

B2Bi provides a set of shortcuts for navigating the interface screens and for executing various actions.

Note   To use shortcuts with JAWS, turn off the virtual PC cursor. For more information, see Screen reader support.

The following table contains a list of keyboard shortcuts that you can use:

To do this Press
Move forward through selectable objects Tab
Move backwards through selectable objects Shift + tab
Multi-select in list boxes (where multi-select is enabled) Ctrl + click
Multi-select (where multi-select is enabled) Shift + click
Select/clear check boxes and radio buttons Space
Display drop-down box content Alt + down arrow
Move cursor within drop-down box Up arrow / down arrow

Screen reader support

B2Bi supports JAWS. Before you can use JAWS with B2Bi, you must first configure your screen reader.

As with other screen readers, you interact with JAWS using keyboard shortcuts. Most of the time, you must press the JAWS key in combination with other keys. By default, the JAWS key is the Insert key.

To use the arrow keys and keyboard shortcuts with B2Bi, turn off the virtual PC cursor by pressing the JAWS key+Z.

Accessibility features of the documentation

The product documentation includes the following accessibility features:

Screen reader support

  • Text is provided as an alternative to displayed images throughout the documentation.
  • PDFs are optimized for screen reader navigation.

Support for high contrast and accessible use of colors

  • The documentation is very readable on high-contrast displays.
  • There is sufficient contrast between the text and the background color.
  • The colors used in graphics are designed to be easily distinguishable by people who have color blindness.

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