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From: Simon Harper <simon.harper@manchester.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 12:40:27 +0100
Message-Id: <197F2AB6-E223-45A5-9427-D08CD085C3CD@manchester.ac.uk>
To: w3c-wai-ua@w3.org

Hi there,

I've been thinking about 4.1.x and have come up with 6 different  
versions:

1) The user has the option to establish a persistant set of key- 
bindings which may override any author defined key-binding supplied  
as part of the content, such that selecting a user supplied binding  
will have exactly the same effect as selecting the author supplied  
binding it overrides.

2) The user has the option to persistently override any author  
defined key-binding supplied as part of the content, such that  
selecting a user supplied binding will have exactly the same effect  
as selecting the author supplied binding it overrides.

3) The user has the option to persistently override any author  
defined key-binding supplied as part of the content (e.g. access- 
keys), such that selecting the user supplied binding will have  
exactly the same effect as selecting the author supplied binding it  
overrides.

4) The user has the option to override any author defined key-binding  
supplied as part of the content (e.g. access-keys), such that  
selecting the user supplied binding will have exactly the same effect  
as selecting the author supplied binding it overrides. User Bindings  
should be persistent (storable), with one set of bindings being  
applied across all Web sites.

5) The user has the option to override any author defined key-binding  
supplied as part of the content (e.g. access-keys) by defining a  
personal and persistent set of keyboard mappings, such that selecting  
the user supplied mapping will have exactly the same effect as  
selecting the author supplied binding it maps to.

6) The user has the option to override any author defined key-binding  
supplied as part of the content (e.g. access-keys) by defining a  
personal and persistent set of keyboard mappings, such that selecting  
the user supplied mapping will have exactly the same effect as  
selecting the author supplied binding it maps to. Further, if no  
author defined key-binding is supplied selecting the user supplied  
mapping will have no effect.




Cheers
Si.

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Simon Harper
University of Manchester (UK)

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