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Testing the "id" and "headers" attributes

From: Tony Verelst, ISdAC chairman <chairman@isdac.org>
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 09:57:09 +0200
To: "WAI IG" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <004101c56d92$010736f0$6600a8c0@isdac>

Hi all,

I am experimenting with tables accessibility and using the "id" and
"headers" attributes to link row and colum headers to specific cells in a
complex table (more than 1 header row/column).

I have found different resources online explaining me what the result would
be when produced by a screen reader for blind people. I have already tried
some popular screen readers like Jaws, but I have not yet found one online
that actually presents the information in this new format. Various
references say that a "future" screen reader might read it as presented.

Is there already a screen reader available (free trial, download) that
actually presents the information in this 'new way', so I can test if my
code is correct, and "experience the difference" ? Or is this still
something that belongs to science fiction ;-)

Thanks for your help.

Tony Verelst
Chairman ISdAC International Association
c/o IGL
Boddenveldweg 11
B-3520 Zonhoven
Tel. +32 11 819465
Fax +32 11 271622
Direct phone +32 11 720012
E-mail : Chairman@isdac.org
www.isdac.org 

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