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Re: How to Toggle User Style Sheets in IE?

From: Jon Gunderson <jongund@uiuc.edu>
Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2004 12:35:00 -0500
To: Jon Hanna <jon@hackcraft.net>, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-Id: <b2bc1838.2deb2e2f.8b44400@expms1.cites.uiuc.edu>
You can download a new free tool that extends IE built-in 
features.  

http://cita.rehab.uiuc.edu/software/ieaccessible/index.html


The new features include the ability to disable author 
styling.  The default keyboard short cut is Alt-F7.  
Keyboard shortcuts can be reassigned.

Other features include:
1. List of accesskeys
2. List of links
3. List of headers
4. List of MAP element links
5. List of Frames
6. List of form controls 
7. List of elements with event handlers.


Jon


---- Original message ----
>Date: Thu,  8 Apr 2004 16:30:03 +0100
>From: Jon Hanna <jon@hackcraft.net>  
>Subject: Re: How to Toggle User Style Sheets in IE?  
>To: "w3c-wai-ig@w3.org" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
>
>
>> I know that in IE (Internet Explorer) it is possible to 
use JavaScript /
>> favelets to temporarily render a User Style sheet. 
>> But this disappears when you move between pages.
>> 
>> User Style Sheets can be permanently applied to all pages 
by using 
>> Tools >  Internet Options > Accessibility > Format 
documents using my style
>> sheet.
>> 
>> However, I am looking for either a Favelet Weblink or Min 
program to install
>> a button into IE that allows one to Toggle this feature 
of IE ON/OFF without
>> having to go through the menu and uncheck the box - Tools 
>  Internet Options
>> > Accessibility > Format documents using my style sheet.
>
>I think you'd have to write a Browser Helper Object. There 
was someone on this
>list that had Browser Helper Object with quite an extensive 
collection of
>accessibility features, maybe this is in theirs, or is 
something they might
>like to add.
>
>-- 
>Jon Hanna
><http://www.hackcraft.net/>
>"…it has been truly said that hackers have even more words 
for
>equipment failures than Yiddish has for obnoxious people." -
 jargon.txt
>
Jon Gunderson, Ph.D., ATP
Coordinator of Assistive Communication and Information Technology
Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services
MC-574
College of Applied Life Studies
University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
1207 S. Oak Street, Champaign, IL  61820

Voice: (217) 244-5870
Fax: (217) 333-0248

E-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu

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