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Created attachment 19528 [details]
• Windows 10.
• Version 1067.
• Build 14393.607.
Visual Studio and Xamarin:
• VS 2017 RC Enterprise.
• Xamarin For VS 22.214.171.1240.
• Xamarin Inspector 1.0
Pre -Requisites: Build and Deploy Xamarin Application into Android Emulator
1.Launch Xamarin Inspector and change to View Inspector View.
2. Wait to load content of application.
3. Try to access App UI screen in Xamarin inspector window using keyboard.
Keyboard focus is not going to App UI screen.
App UI screen should be accessible with keyboard. Which is accessible with mouse.
Users need to be able to navigate an application and interact with all the UI elements by using a keyboard alone. Users who are dependent on keyboard navigation include those with visual impairments who rely on screen readers and those with dexterity or mobility impairments who cannot use a mouse.
This is fixed in 1.4.
The issue is fixed and the app UI an be accessed with the up/down and left/right arrow keys.