With integrated support for Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA), Flash Player 11.3 makes content available via screen access technologies such as Window-Eyes from GW Micro, JAWS from Freedom Scientific, and NVDA from NVAccess. Flash Player 11.3 includes support for complex, dynamic sites that update their content via ActionScript. It also helps ensure that users with mobility impairments can move easily between content in the Flash ActiveX control and HTML content.
To help designers and developers ensure that rich Internet applications are accessible, Flash Player 11.3 and Flash CS6 Professional include support for updating and generating accessibility properties via ActionScript. This enables applications to update accessibility information as the content changes.
Additionally, the Accessibility Resource Center provides new documents offering tips and tricks to designers and developers seeking to create accessible Flash content. These documents include information on adding text equivalents to objects in Flash CS6 Professional, marking up forms, working with text, and adding animation. This site will be frequently updated with new tools and information to support accessible design in Flash CS6 Professional.