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ATAG 2.0 Checkpoint Review - the easy ones (B.3.3, B.2.5, A.1.3, A.2.6, A.3.2, A.2.5, B.3.6, B.3.2, B.3.4)

From: Jan Richards <jan.richards@utoronto.ca>
Date: Fri, 09 Jun 2006 15:33:00 -0400
Message-ID: <4489CCEC.8010606@utoronto.ca>
To: WAI-AUWG List <w3c-wai-au@w3.org>

B.3.3 looks good - it was fixed up earlier in this process. I just 
wonder about the wording "classes of Web content problems". Maybe it 
should be "types of Web content problems".


B.2.5 looks good.


A.1.3 looks good - should point to definition of Platform in: 
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-au/2006AprJun/0068.html
(if this is adopted)


A.2.6 looks good - just change "browsers" to "user agents"


B.2.7 (was B.2.9): looks good


A.3.2: SC1 changes in CAPS; Fold SC2 into SC1; SC3 changes in CAPS

SC1: User interface controls THAT ARE IDENTIFIED BY the same text label 
or icon must ALWAYS perform the same function.

new SC2: When the same function (e.g. saving, INVOKING a checker, 
canceling an action) is available in multiple areas of THE user 
interface, at least one method of OPERATING the function in each area 
MUST USE identical user interface CONTROLS (e.g. the same text labels, 
icons, button appearances).


A.2.5 looks good - except...

SC1: "to any other element with ANY OF the following relationshipS"

SC2: "When editing content that is a structured element set, the author 
must be able to select ANY ELEMENT and perform editing functions (e.g. 
cut, copy, paste, presentation) on THAT ELEMENT, ITS CONTENT AND ITS 
sub-elements.


B.3.6 (was B.2.8):

CP text: "authoring practices" => "authoring actions"

Rationale: ..."This can also facilitate a better understanding of the 
reasoning behind accessible content AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF 
ACCESSIBILITY PROBLEMS.


B.3.2 - looks good


B.3.4 - looks good - except for rationale with outdated reference to 
configurability, a term that should prob be removed 
(http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-au/2006AprJun/0058)

Rationale: The accessible content support features will be more 
adaptable to the work habits of more authors if they can be turned on 
and off easily as the author needs them.
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