The Accessibility Assistant functionality is a task pane that must be opened to check the accessibility of the current document or presentation. We support controlling the default destination of the exported PDF.
Define the export destination of the exported PDF. This parameter is optional, but notice that if it is omitted, the export dialog default to the Documents folder.
Origin as value if the desired export destination is the same as the document.
Compares the luminosity of font color vs. a background color. The default setting for contrast is 4.5 (if the parameter is not used/defined), meaning an issue will be raised if the contrast between two colors goes below 4.5. Use the parameter if you want to define a custom contrast value.
This site is helpful if you want to test the contrast ratio.
Use the ExportOptions to determine how the PDF should be outputted. Use
Folder if the file should be attached to an email after export. If you don't define ExportOptions, then it defaults to Folder only.
If you only want one option in the dropdown, and it is not Folder, write ExportOptions="Mail", if you want multiple options write ExportOptions="Mail;Folder".
The latest export option used will be saved as the default option in the next session.
If no previous export has been done, it will default to the first export option defined, meaning, in this case: ExportOptions="Mail;Folder", the default option will be Mail.
When set to true, we start the export process directly if there are no issues in the document and therefore doesn't show the AA task-pane. Instead of a document title that can be set in the task-pane, we now use the file name. If omitted or set to false we start AA normally.
Here is an example of how the command could look with the new parameter:
When you export, it will select the first option by default, which is "Mail" in this case. If you wish to make the default selection the regular export to a folder, you need to rearrange the order of export choices.