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ISSUE-63: consistency is good where it fits; it doesn\'t always fit; so undergird your consistency with a model (public comment)

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ISSUE-63: consistency is good where it fits; it doesn't always fit; so undergird your consistency with a model (public comment)

http://www.w3.org/2006/WSC/Group/track/issues/63

Raised by: Bill Doyle
On product: Note: use cases etc.

>From public comments
raised by: Al Gilman Alfred.S.Gilman@ieee.org

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-usable-
authentication/2007Apr/0000.html

consistency is good where it fits; it doesn't always fit; so undergird your 
consistency with a model 
where it says, in 10.1.11 Consistency
 The cues should be displayed consistently in location and across
   sites and browsers in an attempt to prevent spoofing and user
   confusion. 
please consider

Yes, you are going to publish good presentation practice.

On the other hand, the deliverables need to create a semantic platform
in terms of what the user should understand, and the evidence bearing on 
decisions that they have available to make.  Capturing this into a reliable
model and encoding is essential for equal access for people with disabilities.
Why? 
There is no one presentation that works for all.  Discussed above/already.
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