Instance Property

accessibilityCustomRotors

An array of custom rotors for the current element.

Declaration

@property(nonatomic, retain) NSArray<UIAccessibilityCustomRotor *> *accessibilityCustomRotors;

Discussion

The default value for this array is nil.

Assistive technologies, like VoiceOver, use a context-sensitive function that provides more power and flexibility to perform actions and searches. VoiceOver accesses this functionality through the VoiceOver rotor.

A current element can expose an array of custom rotors that a user can activate to search for other instances of similar elements. The same applies to ranges within elements.

For example, in a magazine app, you can create a custom rotor to allow the user to find the next link or heading within an article. Alternatively, in a document editor, you can help the user find the next misspelled word by returning the next range that contains a misspelled word.

See Also

Configuring Behavior

Accessibility Traits

Tell an assistive application how an accessibility element behaves or should be treated by setting these accessibility traits

accessibilityTraits

The combination of accessibility traits that best characterize the accessibility element.

UIAccessibilityTraits

A mask that contains the OR combination of the accessibility traits that best characterize an accessibility element.

accessibilityElementsHidden

A Boolean value indicating whether the accessibility elements contained within this accessibility element are hidden.

accessibilityNotifiesWhenDestroyed

A Boolean value that indicates whether a custom accessibility object sends a notification when its corresponding UI element is destroyed.

accessibilityRespondsToUserInteraction

A Boolean value indicating whether the element performs an action based on user interaction.

accessibilityViewIsModal

A Boolean value indicating whether VoiceOver should ignore the elements within views that are siblings of the receiver.

shouldGroupAccessibilityChildren

A Boolean value indicating whether VoiceOver should group together the elements that are children of the receiver, regardless of their positions on the screen.