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RE: The 'hanlder' element

From: James Bentley <James.Bentley@guideworkstv.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 08:28:02 -0600
Message-ID: <687B7858C99ED711B87B00B0D0D1C922C0FB46@LAMBIC>
To: 'Robin Berjon' <robin.berjon@expway.fr>
Cc: "'www-svg@w3.org'" <www-svg@w3.org>

You might want to look at
http://www.w3.org/TR/smil20/attributes.html

"This attribute assigns a keyboard key whose activation by the user in turn
activates this link. It has the same meaning as the attribute of the same
name in HTML [HTML4]"

I couldn't find reference to an accessKey() activator - is it
part of the SMIL DOM? What are its restrictions?
 Just want to be sure we're talking about the same thing.
Thanks.

-----Original Message-----
From: Robin Berjon [mailto:robin.berjon@expway.fr]
Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 3:42 AM
To: James Bentley
Cc: 'www-svg@w3.org'
Subject: Re: The 'hanlder' element


James Bentley wrote:
> On the 'accesskey' attribute. This should be changed to allow
> key identifiers (as in DOM level 3)- not just characters. The character
> content, described in HTML 4, is stated to be from the document's
> character set.

I wasn't think about the accesskey attribute since there's no such thing 
in SVG. But yes the SMIL accessKey() activator is based on the same 
idea, even though it is far less limited than HTML in terms of character 
set (always supports all of Unicode).

-- 
Robin Berjon
Received on Wednesday, 21 July 2004 10:39:36 UTC

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