accesskeyusing cyrillic and latin
There is a link, with
accesskey="я g" (instead of a button as used in accesskey-cyrillic-latin-manual).
For users with a cyrillic keyboard, there should be a standard key based on "я" plus modifiers that either activates or focuses the link. For users who do not have a cyrillic keyboard but do have a latin keyboard, the shortcut should be based on "g". The link will try to open a window with the Github repo for this test, so you can update the results section :)
Value of the accessKey DOM attribute:
accesskey, but not the HTML5 version, only a shortcut based on "я" will work.
This test is on github to enable Pull Requests…
accesskey attribute was first defined in HTML 4, and an improved version was redefined in HTML5
The first value for
accesskey is standard on cyrillic keyboards, so a browser that implements the HTML5 algorithm will use it as a shortcut. For users who do not have the key "available" but for whom the "g" key is "available", according to HTML5 there must be a shortcut based on "g".
Unfortunately the HTML 5 specification does not define what "available" means. At the very least, it should be simple for the user to generate such a key, and using the HTML5 definition which requires the user agent to assign modifiers, "available" seems to mean it does not require any modifiers to generate the base key.