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Re: Access. Macromedia

From: Paul Stauffer 301-827-5694 FAX 301-443-6385 <STAUFFERP@cder.fda.gov>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 17:21:50 -0400 (EDT)
To: "Katie Haritos-Shea" <kshea@apollo.fedworld.gov>, "1-W3C-WAI Interest Group" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
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I downloaded it 2 weeks ago.  It sounds like the old one.

Paul Stauffer

>Are you talking about the new one that has not been released yet?  Not
the
>one from last year.  This is a different
developer..................Katie
>
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>Behalf Of Paul Stauffer 301-827-5694 FAX 301-443-6385
>Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2001 3:45 PM
>To: 1-W3C-WAI Interest Group
>Subject: Re: Access. Macromedia
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>I've had a lot of problems with that add-in accessibility checker from
>Dreamweaver.  It gives me Javascript errors all the time.
>
>Paul Stauffer
>staufferp@cder.fda.gov
>
>>There is a developer, Giorgio Brajnik mailto:giorgio@dimi.uniud.i,
who,
>>among other things, has come up with a very good accessibility
>extension for
>>Dreamweaver, but I do not believe that it will be available until next
>>month.  It check and corrects I think, in WCAG 1 as well as Section
508
>for
>>US.  It has customizable parameters.  He may be joining the Authoring
>Tools
>>or User Agents WG.  Several gov. agencies are beta testing it at the
>>moment.............................Katie
>>
>>Katie Haritos-Shea
>>508 Coordinator / Webmaster, CIW
>>NTIS/Fedworld
>>Department of Commerce
>>5285 Port Royal Road
>>NTIS WebLab for Accessible Design
>>Room  # 2025
>>Springfield, Virginia, 22161
>>ph 703-605-6426  fax 703-605-6826
>>mailto:kshea@fedworld.gov
>>mailto:kshea@ntis.fedworld.gov
>>
>
>
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