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[Bug 11239] Canvas support accessible caret tracking independent of Focus Ring tracking

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--- Comment #23 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch> 2011-04-27 01:39:44 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #22)
> Blink rates on all OS platforms return a rate in milliseconds. They do not
> return two values. 

A time in milliseconds is not a rate. It's an interval. Rates are in Hertz (or
some other unit with dimension [1/T]). The proposal doesn't say what the return
value is other than to say it must be a rate and must be in milliseconds, which
is self-contradictory and leaves the reader wondering what the number means:
the complete period, a half period, the time the caret is on, the time the
caret is off, the frequency? It's simply not defined well enough to be
interoperably implementable.


> A negative number is means there is no setting in the OS applied. What is the
> problem?

Which negative number? We can't leave things undefined. It's not 1995 any more.
(Also, how can the OS not have a blink rate? Do you have an example of such an
OS?)

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