Strings properties in cell subclass -> undesired accessibility element for cell
For a UITableViewCell subclass loaded from a xib, even if you don't specify it as an accessibility element in that xib, if you add string properties to the class, it will show up as an accessibility element with *all* the strings concatenated together.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Clone the git repository https://github.com/apontious/VoiceOver-String-Properties-in-Cells-Bug.git
- Build and run it on a VoiceOver-enabled iPhone or iPod touch
- Double-tap the + button a couple times to add a few rows to the table
- Swipe through the accessibility elements
The only table accessibility elements are the image view and the button inside every cell.
The cell itself is an accessibility element, with its string properties concatenated together as the label.
Removing the string properties from the cell subclass removes the cell as an accessibility element.
iPhone and iPod touch. Haven't tested on iPad.
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