Re: Moving longdesc forward

This is far better than what is specified for longdesc today (HTML 4). I
would add text that when the long description dialog is closed that the
user agent return the user's point of regard to the element within the
document where the user left off.

I can see this having mainstream value add implications. Examples:

- informational kiosk
- online encyclopedia

Finally, "are expected" is not particularly normative text. Should this be
musts?


Rich Schwerdtfeger
CTO Accessibility Software Group



From:	"Charles McCathieNevile" <chaals@opera.com>
To:	"HTML Accessibility Task Force" <public-html-a11y@w3.org>,
            "Laura Carlson" <laura.lee.carlson@gmail.com>
Date:	05/03/2011 07:48 AM
Subject:	Re: Moving longdesc forward
Sent by:	public-html-a11y-request@w3.org



On Tue, 03 May 2011 14:26:33 +0200, Laura Carlson
<laura.lee.carlson@gmail.com> wrote:

> Last weekend I worked on User Agent rendering longdesc spec text based
> on text Benjamin supplied. That draft is at:
> http://www.d.umn.edu/~lcarlson/research/ld-rendering.html
> Does anyone have suggestions to improve it? Ideas for improving
> verbiage, images, or the longdescs on the images themselves are all
> welcome. Chaals, the first example is based on tellmemore. Is it okay?

Looks good to me. I suggest you add references to the various ideas and
where they come from in reality (in part ot give credit, in part to point
out that this is genuinely available now and people should *try* it, in
part because most of those places have more pointers to more ideas...)

cheers

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