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From: Anna Kenyon <Anna.Kenyon@southwarkpct.nhs.uk>
Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2008 15:20:01 +0100
Message-Id: <487385A0.7EDE.0083.0@southwarkpct.nhs.uk>
To: <wai-eo-editors@w3.org>
As part of my job I am required to use a website which I believe
flickers: 
www.beatingtheblues.co.uk 
 
I have asked the makers of the programme (Ultrasis) to get rid of the
movement on this page but they refuse.  I do occasionally suffer from
visual migraines, and I am quite genuinely concerned that looking at
this page for longer than a few seconds could trigger a migraine.  It
certainly affects my vision after I have been looking at the page.
 
I think it is disgraceful that the company refuses to make what I think
is a very reasonable adjustment.  Is there any way of making them do
so?
 
Many thanks,
 
Anna Kenyon
 
Anna Kenyon
Research and Development Officer
Research and Development Centre
2nd Floor, Woodmill Building
Neckinger, London
SE16 3QN
 
Tel: 020 7525 0262
Fax: 020 7525 0318
www.researchdevelopmentcentre.nhs.uk









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