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From: Lisa Pappas <Lisa.Pappas@sas.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 07:53:04 -0400
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I mistakenly sent the minutes to the AOL-based list; my apologies.
Here they are ahead of our call this morning

-Lisa
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From: Lisa Pappas 
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 1:23 PM
To: 'DHTML Accessibility'
Subject: DHTML Style Guide Minutes - 070713


DHTML Call
Attendees:
Al Gilman
Tom Wlodkowski
Earl ??
Lisa Pappas
Jon Gunderson
Chris Blouch 
 
Topic for Discussion: Menu Widgets
 

Navigation Within Menu Widget
Tab - Moves focus to the menu widget, setting focus on the first menu. Next Tab key press moves focus beyond the menu widget (to the next focusable interface element)
Enter or Down Arrow - When a menu has focus but is not posted, posts the menu with focus, setting focus on the first menu item.
Down arrow / Up Arrow -  Moves focus vertically within the posted menu.
Escape - Dismisses the menu without taking any action, returning focus to the menu.
Right/Left Arrow - With menu posted, moves focus to the next/previous menu, posting it, and setting focus on the first menu item.
Spacebar - Opens an actionable item within a menu
 
Remaining Menu Issues: 
Does the current markup provide support to script writers and AT vendors for multi-level menu detection and exposure and for pop-up / standalone / tear-off menus? Is the HasPopUp attribute sufficiently robust or is a submenu role needed?
 
Action: 
Write up to PF group. Query whether ARIA HasPopup property is detectable by screen reader for a submenu.
Provide additioanl use cases and examples as needed for menus, multi-level and pop-up.
 
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With the caveat that I am hard of hearing, and gratefully accept additions and editions, I submit these summary minutes of our meeting today.
 
Regards,
 
Lisa
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Lisa Pappas
accessibility analyst - lisa.pappas@sas.com - 919.531.0980 
Software Quality Process & Research
Release Mgt Division 
Cary, NC   US
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