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The browsers themselves will have "standard" or reasonably standard keyboard shortcuts (backspace for navigate backwards for example), but I wouldn't expect the actual applications to have keyboard shortcuts - standard or otherwise. Why? Because the browser gets to handle the input first, so application developers will need to pick shortcuts that don't ...
I only have experience with text documents from Google Docs, but their accessibility appears abismal, and I must assume the same holds true for presentations. The only way I've been able to get a screen reader to read such a document is with the ctrl + alt + z keystroke (there is supposedly more information on shortcut keys available with ctrl + alt + /, but ...
We don't have any reports of Trello working or not working with screen reader software.
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