Using the Screen Manager
Another way to work with your application's accessibility violations in Mesmer is to use the Screen Manager. Using this feature, you can
The Screen Manager provides an alternative way of working with your application's screens and reviewing their object's violations. Compared to the Accessibility panel, where you use the application map to drag, browse, or jump from one screen to another, you can only move one screen at a time using the Screen Manager. This feature is useful if you want to start your accessibility review from the first screen in your application up to the last.
To access and use the Screen Manager to work with your application's accessibility violations:
    Click App Map at the top menu.
    On the Your App Map screen, click Screen Manager.
    On the Screen Manager screen, click Accessibility.
    In the Screen pane, ensure that Violations is selected as the criteria in the Show Objects dropdown.
Using the Screen Manager for managing accessibility violations

Navigating screens and objects

The Screen pane lets you navigate screens individually, moving back and forth using the provided paging controls. As you move from one screen to another, the pane's screen paging information also updates to show the current screen number. Likewise, the Object pane syncs with the screen displayed, showing only its objects with violations.
Working with screens and their objects in the Screen Manager
Use the paging controls of the Object pane to navigate each object. Again, only objects with violations are listed, and those that don't have won't be included. Click on an object's violation to views its details in the Violations pane.

Using navigation keys

You can use the characters listed below as navigation keys to move screens or objects back and forth. You can use either the lower or upper case versions of the characters.
Previous Screen
P or p
Next Screen
N or n
Previous Object
J or j
Next Object
K or k

Marking violations

As you click on an object's violation in the Object pane, you mark it depending on how you want it resolved in the Violation pane. Click Mark at the right of the pane and select the value for your resolution. You can even report the violation as inaccurate or create a Jira ticket to escalate its importance.
Once a violation is marked, both the Object and Violation pane refreshes to display your mark or resolution on it. You can remove the mark by hovering your mouse on it and clicking the trash can
icon. Just like in marking, both panes also refresh when a mark in a violation is removed.
Marking violations and removing them
Note: Marking object violations in the Screen Manager is similar to how you would mark them using the Accessibility panel. With the Screen Manager, you can move individually from one screen to the next, compared to the Accessibility panel, where you can jump between one screen to another using the application map. Both of them have the same controls for browsing objects and marking their violations.
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