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in question: are there standard ways for HTML5 games to communicate text information to the browser for screen readers?

(It occurred to us that we could pretty straightforwardly give text descriptions of on-screen content for our Secret Game Project if supported it, but we don't want to propose anything to Lexaloffle without at least giving them a lead on how to do it.)

(Also, if PICO-8 already supports it, please tell us so we can implement it in our game.)

@packbat

there is WAI-ARIA, which defines a lot of attributes for accessibility of rich web apps. not sure whether it fits well for games though, and we're certainly no accessibility expert 😶

@dhivael *nods*

That sounds like a good lead, though - thanks! 🦊👍🏽

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