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ATAG 2.0 Test case for A.3.6.4

From: Jeanne Spellman <jeanne@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 12:56:22 -0500
Message-ID: <50A67E46.6010602@w3.org>
To: AUWG <w3c-wai-au@w3.org>
Here is a draft of my proposed test for:
A.3.6.4 Multiple Sets:

If the authoring tool includes display and/or control settings, then the 
authoring tool provides the option of saving and reloading multiple 
configurations of settings. (Level AAA)


Test 0001 Assertion: The authoring tool has the ability to save, name, 
and reload multiple configurations of settings. @@JEANNE

Test 0001 Author: Jeanne Spellman

Test 0001 Steps:

1. Determine (from the user interface or documentation) whether the 
authoring tool includes settings that affect how the user interface or 
the content being edited is perceived by the author. If these settings 
exist, then document them (you may reuse the documentation from A.3.6.2 
tests). If not, then select SKIP.

2. Does the authoring tool FAIL ATAG A.3.6.2? If so, select FAIL.

3. For each set of preferences or control settings:
   3.1 Does the preference or preference group include a control to 
allow the settings to be saved and give that group of settings a name or 
some other method of distinguishing between multiple groups of settings?

   3.2 Make some changes to the display or control settings (preferable 
a change easy to distinguish), record the changes you have made, and set 
a name for those settings or some other method of identifying and 
distinguishing that group of settings.

   3.3 Return back to the settings control mechanism and load the 
original set of preferences. See if the settings you changed revert to 
the default correctly.

   3.4 Select the set of preferences you created. Do the setting change 
correctly? If yes, then select PASS. If the settings remain at the 
default or the change that you made in step 3.2 is no longer in effect, 
then select FAIL.
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