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RE: Head in the sand, driving a car

From: Jon Hanna <jon@spin.ie>
Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 12:35:27 +0100
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <NDBBLCBLIMDOPKMOPHLHAEIOFDAA.jon@spin.ie>

Then why is dealing with this at the OS level ruled out? If a carer
navigates to the page, why can't they set the OS appropriately? If an icon
is on the desktop then presumably it got there by the actions of someone
with enough knowledge to change OS settings.

> Relatively simply, by having an icon (favicon or other) that loads the
> webpage on the desktop.
> or having a local carer who navigates to the page. We have users that
> do both.
> This right clicking problem can be physical, drug induced, related to
> learning difficulty, or other....
> In an ideal world this introduction to the web could be semi-automated,
> memorise where you got to blah blah but we are not there yet.
> This might in any case interfere with the spontaneity that motivates.
>
> Jonathan
>
> Jon wrote
>
> > How does the user get to the website in the first place?
Received on Thursday, 5 June 2003 07:35:07 GMT

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