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Re: Style guide: tristatecheckbox

From: Aaron M Leventhal <aleventh@us.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 21:43:11 +0200
To: "Diego La Monica (IWA/HWG)" <d.lamonica@webprofession.com>
Cc: diego.lamonica@gmail.com, wai-xtech@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFB1610B13.836EE8C5-ONC1257428.006C65EE-C1257428.006C7A33@us.ibm.com>
Diego,

There is on;ly 1 definition here. The formatting shows these 3 lines all 
under "Three state checkbox". Thus, there is an internal conflict in the 
definition.

- Aaron





"Diego La Monica (IWA/HWG)" <d.lamonica@webprofession.com> 
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04/11/2008 09:29 PM

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Re: Style guide: tristatecheckbox






I suppose that we should consider it as 2 different code paths for space 
behavior when we use a trsitate check box and a dual state check box.
I don't see any kind of conflict.

Cheers
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Diego La Monica (IWA/HWG)

On 11/04/2008, Aaron M Leventhal <aleventh@us.ibm.com> wrote:

The below definition conflicts with itself. 
If the item is partially checked, space rotates through checked, unchecked 
and then partially checked again. 
However, the first bullet says if it's not checked that space  checks it! 

Is the implementation supposed to have 2 different code paths for 
unchecked checkboxes depending on whether it was originally partially 
checked? 

- Aaron 
Three State Check Box 
If not checked, space checks the check box 
If checked, space unchecks the check box 
If partially checked, space will rotate through checked, unchecked, and 
partially checked states.
Received on Friday, 11 April 2008 19:45:24 UTC

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