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Created attachment 19506 [details]
• Windows 10.
• Version 1067.
• Build 14393.607.
Visual Studio and Xamarin:
• VS 2017 RC Enterprise.
• Xamarin For VS 220.127.116.110.
• Xamarin Inspector 1.0
Pre-Requisites: Build and Deploy Xamarin Application into Android Emulator.
1. Launch Xamarin Inspector.
2. Navigate to the Inspector button at the top left corner of the app window.
3. Observe the Name property in Inspect
Actual: The Name property of the Inspector button is empty.
Expected: The Name property should be specific.
Visually impaired users will not get to know the purpose of the button as the screen reader will not announce anything when the user arrives at the control. Providing the name property enables the compatibility with the Screen Reader, which may be used by people with disabilities.
Addressed in https://github.com/bojanrajkovic/inspector/commit/92a18bebff903d334cdaa0d4f6d54216a0a6ef71. Will mark RESOLVED FIXED upon merge.
This is fixed in the upcoming 1.3 release.
verified and the issue is fixed