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WCAG 2.0 Comment Submission

From: WCAG 2.0 Comment Form <nobody@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2006 06:12:37 +0000 (GMT)
To: public-comments-wcag20@w3.org
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Name: Lachlan Hunt
Email: <lachlan.hunt@lachy.id.au> 
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Document: W2
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Comment Type: ED
Comment (Including rationale for any proposed change):
COMMENT 1



1) W2



2) Abstract



3) N/A



4) E



5) Poor use of grammar in the following sentence. \"usable to\" should be

    changed to \"usable by\".



    \"Accessible\" means usable to a wide range of people with

     disabilities...



6) \"Accessible\" means usable [by] a wide range of people with

    disabilities...



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COMMENT 2



1) W2



2) Introduction



3) N/A



4) E



5) Poor use of grammar in the following sentence. \"usable to\" should be changed to \"usable by\".



    Following these guidelines will also make your Web content

    more usable to many other users, including...



6) Following these guidelines will also make your Web content

    more usable [by] many other users, including...



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COMMENT 3



1) W2



2) Related Documents





3) Application Notes



4) E



5) Remove the extraneous comma before the word \"and\" from the following sentence:



    For example, an application note on forms will provide a collection of techniques, and strategies for creating accessible forms.



6) For example, an application note on forms will provide a collection of techniques and strategies for creating accessible forms.



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COMMENT 4



1) W2



2) The Four Principles of Accessibility



3) N/A



4) E



5) Remove the extraneous comma before the word \"and\" from the following sentence:



    WCAG 2.0 offers information about how to increase the ability of people with disabilities to perceive, operate, and understand Web content.



6) WCAG 2.0 offers information about how to increase the ability of people with disabilities to perceive, operate and understand Web content.

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