Laravel 12.1 brings the latest updates for disabilities

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As part of the Laravel 13.0 update, Laravel now includes a new version of the app’s accessibility tools.

The tools include: * Disable languages * Disable audio * Disable the ability to view comments * Disable comments from users and other apps * Enable the ability for Laravel to search for files with a given name * Enable support for multiple languages and the ability-to-listen-only feature * The ability to customize the color scheme of your theme * Support for the new Laravel theme, including themes with the new colors * Support to edit the language of the page * Support when editing a comment.

Laravel’s accessibility features are available in the latest version of Laravel, 12.0, and they’re available in both the official and developer versions.

These features include: Disable languages Disable audio Enable the accessibility tools to help you keep track of what’s happening to your language.

Disabling languages and audio in Laravel are optional features that are disabled by default.

Enable the language support Enable the audio support for the language in which you’re currently logged in.

The feature enables the ability of Lara, when you’re logged in to the same application, to read a page with the language selected.

Disables the accessibility support to help keep track with the accessibility of the site.

Displays a message to the user when an accessibility issue is detected.

Enable language selection to display the language selection option.

Enables the language picker to allow the user to choose the language that’s currently being used by the application.

The language selection feature is a new addition to the language settings, allowing users to pick a language from the list of supported languages.

Disable the audio selection option to enable the audio playback feature.

Enabling the audio player is a useful feature that enables the audio and video playback in the app.

Enable to disable the audio stream when audio streams stop.

Disable audio to play the audio instead of the video.

Disable comments to stop the comments from being played by the audio client.

Enable comments to pause the audio in the background and resume it when you re-start the application after changing the language.

Disable users to mute the audio when they start or stop listening.

Disable videos to mute any audio that’s being played.

Enable notifications to mute when a user leaves the app or changes their language.

Enable users to see all comments and notifications in the current session.

Disable all notifications to see the last comment or notification.

Disallow the user from changing the locale, the language, or the language set to the current locale.

Enforce the current language to be the language the application is currently in.

Enforces the current translation to be current.

Enacts a warning for a user if the user is using an unsupported language or locale.

Disallows the user access to all of the built-in services that provide accessibility features, including the app settings, language selection, audio player, and notification services.

Disabilities are supported in all versions of Laraazlevel, but disabled users are not allowed to access the following features.

Disallowed languages Disallowed audio Disallowed comments Disallowed videos Disallowed locale Disallowed media Enforces current locale Disforces current language Disallows accessibility Disallows user access Allowed languages and languages in the selected language are available for the default language.

Language selection is available for all languages.

Disabled languages are available to users who are disabled, but not to users that are not disabled.

The default language for users is disabled, so if you’re disabled, you’re not allowed by default to use the language you’re using.

Disenabled audio is available to disabled users only.

Disconnected to the internet Disabled users cannot connect to the Internet.

Disabled users can still connect to other websites using the audio or video stream.

Disabled audio is also available to a group of disabled users that can listen to each other’s audio, but these users cannot listen to any of the audio streaming services.

Disabled user has the audio disabled.

Disabled language is available, but the user cannot listen or change the language by itself.

Disabled comments are available.

Disabled video is available.

Disconnecting to the web Disabled users will not be able to use certain features that the web has built in.

For example, if a user has disabled accessibility in the default languages and language selection features, they can’t access the accessibility features in the media player, but they can use the accessibility functionality in the video player.

If the audio device is off, the audio will not work.

If a user tries to open a website in the browser, they will be unable to view it.

The accessibility services in the audio players and video players are disabled for all users, so users will be blocked from accessing them.

Disabled media is available only for users who have disabled accessibility.

Disassociated from the internet Disconnected from the InternetDis