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RE: Comment LC-1130

From: Gian Sampson-Wild <gian@tkh.com.au>
Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2007 02:17:36 +1000
To: "'Loretta Guarino Reid'" <lorettaguarino@google.com>
Cc: <public-comments-WCAG20@w3.org>
Message-ID: <008001c7bfe9$2e28f5f0$b300a8c0@tkhcomputer>

Wouldn't "common failures" be an example of things one should not do? That
seems to be a perfect place for these kind of examples and have been used
throughout the document

-----Original Message-----
From: Loretta Guarino Reid [mailto:lorettaguarino@google.com] 
Sent: Saturday, 7 July 2007 12:18 AM
To: Gian Sampson-Wild
Cc: public-comments-WCAG20@w3.org
Subject: Re: Comment LC-1130

This comment referred to "SC 3.2.1:  When any component receives
focus, it does not cause a change of context."

Loretta

On 7/6/07, Gian Sampson-Wild <gian@tkh.com.au> wrote:
> Comment 103:
>
> Source: http://www.w3.org/mid/001f01c695f9$31b504e0$9288b23a@tkhcomputer
> (Issue ID: LC-1130)
>
> Needs more examples
>
> ----------------------------
> Response from Working Group:
> ----------------------------
>
> This success criterion requires that you not do something.  We don't
provide
> examples of things not to do because they can be misunderstood as examples
> of how to conform.  We tried to think of positive examples of thing to do
> that didn't violate the provision but that was pretty much anything. We
have
> provided one.  If you can think of another positive example (not an
example
> of a failure) we would be happy to include it as well.
> ----------------------------
> Response from GSW:
> ----------------------------
> Can you please remind me what SC this comment was referring to?
>
>
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