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Re: test feedback with Jaws and Home Page Reader

From: tanguy lohéac <tanguy.loheac@snv.jussieu.fr>
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2005 11:10:35 +0100
Message-ID: <002c01c5fa4d$4f787f90$d4bb9d86@dune>
To: <shadi@w3.org>
Cc: <public-wai-eo-badtf@w3.org>

> Hi Tanguy,
>
> Seems like you completely misunderstood the assignment,
Yes, you're right. But I still cannot access all four pages from the URL you 
gave me. I mainly think of "data page" and "news". So I would be please to 
help you.
Regards
Tanguy
 too bad you can't join the call today. Actually you were supposed to check 
the "before pages" to see if there are important accessibility barriers that 
we forgot to demonstrate. The "after pages" are still very early drafts.
>
> Regards,
>  Shadi
>
>
> tanguy � wrote:
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I've just completed the tests of the "after pages" from the following url 
>> : http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/2005/Demo/>
>> with both Jaws and Home Page Reader. here is my comments :
>>
>> Home page :
>> 1. the following link images are not commented with alt which results in 
>> those stranges names :
>> icons/nav_news
>> icons/nav_form
>> icons/nav_datapage
>> icons/nav_articel
>> icons/nav_contact
>> icons/nav_w3c
>>
>>
>> 2. After several "read more" links, it is amazing to read again an 
>> explaination on what is this demo for : "Welcome to CityLights
>>
>> This is part of a suite of pages designed as a working example intended 
>> for use with the W3C Before and After accessibility Demonstration. This 
>> is a page
>> 'after' accessibility improvements and so will be easier to use for many 
>> people who use assistive technologies. Please see the
>> Requirements for Before/After Site
>> for details."
>> I guest this might be better to place it (into the code, not visually), 
>> after the warning sentence toward "screen reader users".
>>
>>
>> Form page :
>> 1. The page is not valid
>>
>> 2. the following link images are not commented with alt which results in 
>> those stranges names :
>>
>> pix/nav_news
>> pix/nav_form
>> pix/nav_datapage
>> pix/nav_articel
>> pix/nav_contact
>> pix/nav_w3c
>>
>>
>> 3. When tabbing through the questionnaire fields, most of the questions 
>> are not read by the synthetizer. The only one read is " How many cars 
>> does your family own?"
>>
>>
>> And I can't follow up because other links cannot be activated.
>> Sorry.
>> Regards
>> Tanguy
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
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