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    Hi,
    I checked the issues after your response.

    For point 2, the behaviour is as designed. It seems that the user have to select the option as the default selected item is the last added item in RHP and if no addition is done, then none of the option is selected. Further, I’m not able to hear “AV container View” with controls. I’ve informed the engineering team regarding this.

    For point 3, I have raised the issues with engineering team and hopefully it will be fixed in future release.

    Thanks
    Rachit

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    Hi,
    Thanks for connecting with us. I have raised your request to the higher management. We do not plan to implement in the near future but we have kept it in our bucket and you may see it future releases.

    Thanks
    Rachit

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    24 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » Accessibility  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Joel,
    We are always working to make it a better of experience for our accessibility customers.
    We’ll be adding the support of Undo/Redo in order panels and Reading Order Tool in our coming releases.
    Can you please tell me why you need the Tags Panel and Reading Order to be merged.

    Thanks
    Rachit.

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    Mark Wahlsten commented  · 

    Even with the Accessibility wizard, Acrobat's accessibility tools are tedious to use, difficult and time-consuming to learn, and often unforgiving of mistakes.

    Any steps not doable pre-emptively in InDesign or Word are intimidating and convoluted for beginners to fix.

    - Many clients and stakeholders don't want to pay for the extra time accessibility steps currently take.

    - Many businesses don't have the time or resources to teach Acrobat's accessibility tools to all their staff, pay subscriptions for expensive third-party tools, or hire external contractors.

    - Many freelancers don't have time or resources either.

    This learning curve dumps the burden for making everyone else's documents accessible, on the few staff and contractors that already understand its value – like designers, content creators, developers and accessibility experts. This is of course assuming we can convince management to invest in it at all – and not just dump it in the "too hard" pile.

    I've also made a detailed suggestion to "Acrobat online / document cloud" to add a more user-friendly accessibility process to its online tools:

    https://acrobat.uservoice.com/forums/911254-acrobat-web/suggestions/42200743-online-tool-to-check-and-fix-pdf-accessibility

    Please read and vote, to get this on their radar!

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