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[Bug 12141] Specifically state that all <track> options be exposed to the end user

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David Singer <singer@apple.com> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from David Singer <singer@apple.com> 2011-02-22 17:56:08 UTC ---
I am not sure I agree completely.  The example given is a clear case, but what
if (hypothetically) the UA knows it is audio-only (e.g. for a non-sighted user)
and there are sign-language tracks? Why offer them to the end-user at all?

Some kind of UA discretion should still be allowed.

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