IAccessibleImage Interface Reference
Inherited by CAccessibleImage.
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This interface represents images and icons.
This interface is used for a representation of images like icons on buttons. IAccessibleImage only needs to be implemented in certain situations. Some examples are:
The accessible name and description are not enough to fully describe the image, e.g. when the accessible description is used to define the behavior of an actionable image and the image itself conveys semantically significant information.
The user can edit the content that includes an image and therefore the user needs to be able to review the image's position.
Definition at line 46 of file AccessibleImage.idl.
| ||Returns the localized description of the image. |
|long ||imagePosition ([in] IA2CoordinateType coordinateType,[out] long x)|
| ||Returns the coordinates of the image. |
|long ||imageSize ([out] long height)|
| ||Returns the size of the image in units specified by parent's coordinate system. |
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