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Accessibility Page for SAS Social Network Analysis Server 6.2


SAS Social Network Analysis Server 6.2 has been tested against the accessibility standards for electronic information technology that were adopted by the U.S. Government under Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (2008 draft proposal initiative update). It was also tested against Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 levels A and AA, part of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C). For detailed information about the accessibility of this product, send e-mail to or call SAS Technical Support.

Documentation Format

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Keyboard Shortcuts

The following table contains keyboard shortcuts for the application. In the user interface, some shortcuts are displayed within parentheses in tooltips and menu item labels.


Keyboard Shortcut for Microsoft Windows

Zoom in.

Ctrl+plus sign

Zoom out.

Ctrl+minus sign

Reset the zoom state.


Accessibility Enhancements

In the third maintenance release of SAS Social Network Analysis Server 6.2, the following accessibility enhancements were made:

Exceptions to Accessibility Standards

Some exceptions to accessibility standards are documented in the following table.

Accessibility Issue


When a modal secondary window is open in the application in Internet Explorer or Safari, JAWS and VoiceOver, respectively, can still access the controls (which should be blocked) in the background of the application.

Use a different browser, such as Firefox.

The previous tab, next tab, and list of tabs buttons are not accessible by keyboard.

No workaround is available.

The screen reader does not read the column heading when it reads the contents of a table cell.

No workaround is available.

The time slider and the buttons associated with the time slider at the SAS Social Network Analysis tab are not labeled properly for screen readers.

No workaround is available.

In the Filters pane, all filters other than check boxes (for example, text fields, range filters, and date pickers) are read without an indication of their purpose.

No workaround is available.

The Alert Series, Help, and More menus are not read properly by JAWS.

No workaround is available.

The Filters pane is read as "Unlabeled Zero button."

No workaround is available.

Items in the Advanced Search window are read without their associated label to identify their purpose.

No workaround is available.

For range filters in the Filters pane, the slider on the right side cannot be moved using the keyboard alone.

No workaround is available.

The links for selecting which page of results you would like to view do not receive focus.

The user can choose the maximum number of alerts from the drop-down menu, and all items available should be displayed.