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android.support.v4.view.accessibility

Support classes to access some of the android.view.accessibility package features introduced after API level 4 in a backwards compatible fashion.

Interfaces

AccessibilityManagerCompat.AccessibilityStateChangeListener This interface is deprecated. Use AccessibilityManager.AccessibilityStateChangeListener directly instead of this listener.  
AccessibilityManagerCompat.TouchExplorationStateChangeListener Listener for the system touch exploration state. 

Classes

AccessibilityEventCompat Helper for accessing features in AccessibilityEvent in a backwards compatible fashion. 
AccessibilityManagerCompat Helper for accessing features in AccessibilityManager in a backwards compatible fashion. 
AccessibilityManagerCompat.AccessibilityStateChangeListenerCompat This class was deprecated in API level 24.2.0. Use AccessibilityManager.AccessibilityStateChangeListener directly instead of this listener.  
AccessibilityNodeInfoCompat Helper for accessing AccessibilityNodeInfo in a backwards compatible fashion. 
AccessibilityNodeInfoCompat.AccessibilityActionCompat  
AccessibilityNodeInfoCompat.CollectionInfoCompat Class with information if a node is a collection. 
AccessibilityNodeInfoCompat.CollectionItemInfoCompat Class with information if a node is a collection item. 
AccessibilityNodeInfoCompat.RangeInfoCompat Class with information if a node is a range. 
AccessibilityNodeProviderCompat Helper for accessing AccessibilityNodeProvider introduced after API level 4 in a backwards compatible fashion. 
AccessibilityRecordCompat Helper for accessing AccessibilityRecord in a backwards compatible fashion. 
AccessibilityWindowInfoCompat Helper for accessing AccessibilityWindowInfo in a backwards compatible fashion. 
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