Accessibility is an elementary concept of Fabasoft Folio. Users with visual impairment are supported with entry and visual display.
Fabasoft Folio offers full access for users who work with the keyboard instead of the mouse. As you use shortcuts on your operation system, you can use default key operations as for example Ctrl + C in Fabasoft Folio. The supported shortcuts can be found in chapter “Keyboard Operations”.
Users who only use the keyboard should define following settings:
When working with the keyboard the focus is highlighted increasingly (e.g. yellow margin). The reinforced highlighting is automatically activated by pressing Tab or Shift + Tab. The first mouse using deactivates the reinforced highlighting again.
You can zoom text and graphics. The layout adapts itself optimally to the size. Use the web browser functionality for this.
Ctrl + Plus (Edge/Firefox/Chrome)
Apple key + Plus (Safari)
Ctrl + Minus (Edge/Firefox/Chrome)
Apple key + Minus (Safari)
Ctrl + 0 (Edge/Firefox/Chrome)
Apple key + 0 (Safari)
Reset to normal size
Fabasoft Folio supports the design in high contrast.
Note: If you have activated the high contrast, after you have loaded Fabasoft Folio, you have to reload the page.
Fabasoft Folio supports the WAI-ARIA standard (Accessible Rich Internet Applications). WAI-ARIA is not fully supported by all screen reader programs.
The following screen reader programs are recommended for the use with Fabasoft Folio:
Users who use a screen reader should define following settings:
The following JAWS settings permit an optimum work with Fabasoft Folio. If these settings do not correspond to your habits, use personalized web settings for Fabasoft Folio.
Perform the steps below:
The following functionality is restricted or not accessible:
The BPMN editor is used to graphically model business processes that can be executed directly. The BPMN editor is displayed when you open a BPMN process diagram, BPMN choreography diagram or BPMN conversation diagram.
Keyboard operation and screen readers are not supported (graphical modeling is only possible using the mouse).
The document view is used for the integrated PDF preview of documents. The document view is displayed in the content area when you navigate in a document.
Screen readers are not supported (document structure and navigation are not accessible).
Alternatively, documents can be opened in the corresponding third-party product (if permitted).
Content of Widgets
Widgets show preview lists or graphics and serve in dashboards as access points to the corresponding areas. For example, widgets are displayed directly on “Home” in the content view.
Keyboard operation and screen readers are not supported (access to preview lists is not possible and there are no text alternatives for graphics).
Alternatively, you can navigate into the widget to access the complete, accessible information.
New Events in Teamrooms
The new events are used to display changes in the Teamroom. The events are shown on tabs with different filter criteria. The events are displayed when you execute the “Show New Events” command.
Screen readers are not supported on the “New Events” and “Timeline” tabs.
Alternatively, the “History”, “By Objects”, “By Category”, and “By User” tabs can be used.
Images can be scaled and cropped. The integrated image processing is possible, for example, when defining logos or user images.
Screen readers are not supported (the image size cannot be determined when scaling via the slider).
Adjusting Screenshots (Support Button)
For support requests, a screenshot can be edited and transmitted. The support request opens when you use the “Support” button.
Keyboard operation and screen readers are not supported (cropping, highlighting and blackening is only possible with the mouse).
Menus in List Cells
Menus in list cells are used to execute commands directly in relation to the row. Menus in lists are used in the worklist to execute work steps of activities.
Keyboard operation and screen readers are not supported (the menu is not accessible).
Alternatively, you can navigate in an activity and execute the corresponding work step action or use the context menu.
Manual Sorting of Lists
Entries in lists can be arranged manually. Positioning is possible using drag-and-drop.
Keyboard operation and screen readers are not supported (manual sorting is only possible with the mouse).