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I am the Director of Organizational Technology for the National Federation of the Blind (the largest and oldest consumer organization of blind people in the US). We have used CiviCRM for a few years to collect data from our website. Since October 2015 it has become our primary member, donor, subscription, and event management database. The majority of our ...


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Solution is to either patch the ../web/libraries/civicrm/bower_components/select2/select2.js and select2.min.js files or WARNING: select2 4.0.12 is not compatible with CiviCRM 5.21. The admin toolbar will disappear if you do the following. Use the patches. Do not bower install select2! ;-): Move the select2 folder out of bower_components and run: $ ...


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Yes, Its possible to give access to Contribution component to specific roles. You can set the permission to access different components at For Drupal: Navigate to CiviCRM >> Users and Permissions >> Permissions(Access Control) and click on **Drupal Access Control**. For Wordpress: Navigate to CiviCRM >> Users and Permissions >> ...


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CiviCRM is presented in the context of a CMS theme (Drupal, WordPress or Joomla) so it has to be assessed in that context. For that reason, there's no "yes/no" answer here, even having seen a11y reviews of sites we've built. More importantly, assessing a11y requirements requires considering the context of the users - some CiviCRM installations may need only ...


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In recent versions of CiviCRM, if you go to Contact Summary Page, Relationships tab, and edit a relationship, there are options there for each side of the relationship to edit, view or have no permission for the other contact. I'm pretty sure this predated 4.6.


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(Merging in info from an earlier question: CiviCRM and screen reader software) A client of mine tried unsuccessfully to use JAWS on the back-end and is just about to undertake some JAWS scripting. I'm encouraging them to consider sponsoring some development of the core product to address this. The topic has been raised a few times over the years, but ...


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