New shortcuts not completely accessible
Dec 28, 2020
Kudos to the design team for the great enhancements in the Dec. 15th update. The key command to list all the key commands (Shift+?) (https://articulate.com/support/article/Storyline-360-Accessible-Player-Controls) "opens" a dialog with a close "X" in the corner. In dialogs such as this, a) they need to be able to be closed with the Escape (Esc) key (which doesn't seem to work), and b) the close buttons needs to be accessible via the keyboard. It seems that you can tab to both the button to enable keyboard shortcuts and the close "X" button, but a) you can't SEE that you've tabbed to it. (Edit: I see yellow boxes now -- they aren't "over" the buttons correctly and are much too light -- make them thick and dashed and bright, please, see attachment) b) The close button is not labeled -- it just reads as "button" so you don't hear what it does when you're using a screen reader.
The information in the dialog is in a table. I suggest you make the first column headings as well as the first row, so if someone navigates in the 2nd column straight down, they can hear what the action for that shortcut is.
You might find the information here to be useful: https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-practices-1.1/#dialog_modal
Additionally, the keyboard command to list commands (Shift + ?) doesn't work when NVDA is running (I tested in Firefox and in Chrome). The shortcut to replay the slide (Alt+Ctrl+r) doesn't work when JAWS is running in Firefox (it works in Chrome).