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[last call, S2] viewport vs. point of regard confusion in 7.5

From: Al Gilman <asgilman@iamdigex.net>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 01:27:39 -0500
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[checkpoint 7.5 where it says]

   7.5 Allow the user to search forward through [427]text content that
          has been [428]rendered. The search must encompass all text
          within the viewport, both inside and outside the [429]point of
          regard. Allow the user to start a search from any selected or
          focused location in content. When there is a match, allow the
          user to search for the next instance of the text from the
          location of the match. When there is a match, move the
          [430]point of regard so that the matched text is in the
          viewport. Alert the user when there is no match. [...]

The use of 'viewport' in the early and later portions of this quote would seem
to be inconsistent.  In the first case, the viewport would appear to comprise
the whole canvas which is stretched out behind (including beyond the bounds
of)
the presently display within e.g. a scroll region.  However, the latter "move
so that the matched text is in _the viewport_ suggest the reverse, that the
viewport is what was called the _point of regard_ in the earlier sentence.

Al
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User Agent Accessibility Guidelines 1.0

W3C Working Draft 23 October 2000

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