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Re: Other issues

From: Wendy A Chisholm <chisholm@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 1999 12:30:13 -0600
Message-Id: <199903141834.MAA26133@trace.wisc.edu>
To: c.g.colwell@herts.ac.uk (Chetz Colwell), w3c-wai-gl@w3.org
CC::
>Should Checkpoint 1.1 have a similar note as in 1.6 for important images?
>
WC:: This note should be applied to the entire section.

CC:: >Should there be a link to the example of ASCII art from either the
>Guidelines or the Techniques?
>
WC::
hmm, yes we used to and should again.

CC::
>Should there be a link in the Guidelines to either mention of 'Brief
>descriptions of images' sections in the Techniques (1.2 and 2.7)?
>
WC:: as per last week's teleconference, we no longer have "brief
description."  Once the minutes are posted see the discussion about the
title attribute.

CC::
>Perhaps the mention of screen readers in the list at the beginning of
>Section A should have a link to the description of screen readers in
>Appendix C.
>
WC:: sure

CC::
>Checkpoint 11.1 has a link "see also Guideline 11".  Is this a typo?
>
WC:: yes, it should be to guideline 10. this has already been corrected.

CC::
>Checkpoint 11.3 says "Provide keyboard short-cuts to links".  Does this
>mean for all links?  If there were many links on a page this would be
>impossible.
>
WC::
we were intentionally vague because there are several unknowns - how will
user agents implement short cut keys?  how usable will they be?  the group
as an item in the "future open issues" list that relates to the usability
of accesskeys.  once implemented and testable we will know more.

--w
Received on Sunday, 14 March 1999 13:34:36 GMT

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