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Re: multimodal labels and trees too far away for XForms? [was: Re: Deploying (accessible) XForms today?]

From: T. V. Raman <raman@users.sf.net>
Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 12:12:26 -0700
Message-ID: <17511.33050.697015.722395@localhost.localdomain>
To: m_seaborne@mac.com
Cc: schnitz@demaledetti.net, www-forms@w3.org


Oh, me too, and oh, can I have AVTs with that please?

>>>>> "Mark" == Mark Seaborne <m_seaborne@mac.com> writes:
    Mark> Hi Sebastian,
    Mark> 
    Mark> All right, I'll have one of those please. Can you
    Mark> deliver in time for XForms 1.1?  ;-)
    Mark> 
    Mark> All the best
    Mark> 
    Mark> MarkS
    Mark> 
    Mark> On 8 May 2006, at 13:29, Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer
    Mark> wrote:
    Mark> 
    >>> Personally I would like a general mechanism for handling
    >>> depth that is not tied to a particular form control (like
    >>> repeat), along with the convenience of the tree control,
    >>> which is clearly a generally useful way of representing
    >>> and interacting with depth.
    >> 
    >> This goes along with the easier repeat proposal, that
    >> there shall be a form control like repeat that
    >> auto-magically inserts all the buttons for insert, delete,
    >> (sort up/down?), which is just a mapping to what can be
    >> done today with more markup.
    >> 
    >> Along these lines there could be same pattern for trees in
    >> 1.1., where repeat gets another axis, for full control,
    >> and yet again there is short-cut tree control which is
    >> just a mapping.
    >> 
    >> All the best,
    >> 
    >> - Sebastian
    >> 
    >> 
    >> 
    Mark>

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--raman

      
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