I am instrumenting an application for best possible support for assistive technologies (ATs) such as screen readers, using GWT's ARIA implementation. I see that the CustomButton widget setEnabled() method sets the aria-pressed attribute on the button element if it is enabled. This is fine for a ToggleButton but wouldn't it be incorrect for a PushButton? When the aria-pressed attribute is present, screen readers interpret the widget as a toggle button. In the case of a push button, however, this attribute should not be present, in order to allow the AT to click the widget via keyboard commands, instead of toggling it.--
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