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FW: Web Forms: Usability and Accessibility Question.

From: P.H.Lauke <P.H.Lauke@salford.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2004 16:34:15 -0000
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-----Original Message-----
From: Cheryl D. Wise [mailto:cdwise@wiserways.com]
Sent: 03 February 2004 16:21
To: Lauke PH
Subject: RE: Web Forms: Usability and Accessibility Question.


Just giving an answer for your "playing" after all I suspect not everyone on
the list has Opera installed and have tried the zoom feature.
 


Cheryl D. Wise
Certified Professional Web Developer
MS-MVP-FrontPage
www.wiserways.com
mailto: cdwise@wiserways.com
713.353.0139 Office

-----Original Message-----
From: P.H.Lauke [mailto:P.H.Lauke@salford.ac.uk] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 10:13 AM
To: cdwise@wiserways.com
Subject: RE: Web Forms: Usability and Accessibility Question.

I know. As I did say right at the beginning on my message, I'm only playing
devil's advocate.

P

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cheryl D. Wise [mailto:cdwise@wiserways.com]
> Sent: 03 February 2004 16:11
> To: Lauke PH
> Subject: RE: Web Forms: Usability and Accessibility Question.
> 
> 
> Not necessarily, zooming up images can make them very blocky/pixilated 
> so images tend not to zoom well.  In many cases even for the visually 
> impaired they can see the images well enough but xx-small type needs 
> to be enlarged.
> 
> 
> Cheryl D. Wise
> Certified Professional Web Developer
> MS-MVP-FrontPage
> www.wiserways.com
> mailto: cdwise@wiserways.com
> 713.353.0139 Office
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: P.H.Lauke
> 
> To play devil's advocate: shouldn't they be using a screen magnifier 
> or something like Opera's page zoom, which scales both text and 
> graphics ?
> 
> > From: Tina Holmboe [mailto:tina@greytower.net]
> 
> >   What would someone with reduced eyesight who scales up
> his/her font
> > in
> >   the UA get ?
> 
> 
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