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Re: Proposed new wording for checkpoint 10.3 (single key access)

From: David Poehlman <poehlman@clark.net>
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 18:28:50 -0500
Message-ID: <387FB132.ACF53F2D@clark.net>
To: Dick Brown <dickb@microsoft.com>
CC: w3c-wai-ua@w3.org
I've a question about this.  if my os does not support sticky keys, do I
need to do this natively?

Dick Brown wrote:
> 
> My action item from 1/13/00 was:
> >> DB: Send proposal for single key access wording for checkpoint 10.3
> 
> Here's the new wording, with two asterisks marking the start and end of
> proposed new text. Note that for the keyboard, "sequence of single commands"
> assumes Sticky Keys or similar functionality.
> 
> Proposed:
> 10.3 Allow the user to change and control <wai-useragent.html> the input
> configuration <wai-useragent.html>. Allow the user to configure the user
> agent so that **every** functionality may be activated with a single command
> (e.g., single key, single voice command, etc.) **or a sequence of single
> commands**. [Priority 2] For voice-activated browsers, allow the user to
> modify what voice commands activate functionalities. Similarly, allow the
> user to modify the graphical user agent user interface for quick **and
> convenient** access to commonly used functionalities (e.g., through
> **adding, removing and reordering toolbar** buttons).
> 
> Dick Brown, Microsoft Accessibility

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