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Re: Key bindings... (user agents - was accesskey was ...)

From: Charles McCathieNevile <chaals@opera.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 19:46:46 +0100
To: geoff@deering.id.au, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-ID: <op.s26ef8o9wxe0ny@pc063.qadoc.oslo.opera.com>

On Tue, 10 Jan 2006 18:48:07 +0100, Geoff Deering <geoff@deering.id.au>  

>  I'm not to sure if you got my initial point.  What I am talking about  
> is a complete default mapping that you pick from a drop down list, load  
> it and it changes all your keyboard mappings in one go to reflect the  
> mapping of the application you are used to.  This would also help users  
> move more easily between screen readers.  Don't like it.  Move back to  
> the old one easily.  And there is usually a facility to save custom  
> keyboard mappings.
>  In all the best text editors out there you can change your keyboard  
> mapping from VI to Emacs to whatever easily.

Opera currently ships with the default Opera mapping only (small download,  
remember ;-) but you can change it at your pleasure, to have multiple  
keyboard configurations you select from a menu.

If you want a different one, you can ask someone else to make it, and just  
add it. No big deal...



Charles McCathieNevile                     chaals@opera.com
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