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Re: Proposal to Delete or Keep 2.4.1

From: Christophe Strobbe <christophe.strobbe@esat.kuleuven.be>
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 18:26:42 +0100
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Since I defended keeping this SC, I had to put my money where my mouth is 
and write the technique that remained empty:
http://digbig.com/4grxr (Programmatically expose common navigational features).

Apart from this technique, only two other items seem unique to this success 
criterion (see Loretta's mail):
* Using the link element and navigation tools.
* Failure due to using scripting events instead of anchors.

Since the last survey on this success criterion (GL 2.4 Issues and 
Techniques, 16 February), 4.1.2 has been reworded and is no longer 
restricted to components that respond to user input, so it now seems to 
cover the two items above.

I assume that XLink and XHTML 2's nl element (see John's mail) will 
probably be rendered through a presentation that conveys relationships, in 
which case they are covered by the reworded 1.3.1 ("Information and 
relationships conveyed through presentation can be programmatically 
determined.")

It seems that my case against deleting 2.4.1 is overcome by events because 
my concerns against deleting it have been addressed elsewhere. (Unless I 
overlooked something.)

Regards,

Christophe Strobbe


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