ACTION-372: Proposed replacement for 7.6

I propose to replace section 7.6 [1] by the following text, to
address ISSUE-125:

	Some text strings are of sufficiently high value that the
	risk of onlookers or bystanders evesdropping on the
	communication between machine and user is deemed
	unacceptable, e.g., in the case of a password displayed on a
	screen or read aloud by a screen reading tool.
	The text entry tool history menu MUST provide a means for
	the user to mark a text string as one who shall not be
	named.  Invoking this function MUST enable the user to
	assign an alias to this string, which can then be used in
	subsequent interactions with the safe form editor.


Thomas Roessler, W3C  <>

Received on Thursday, 17 January 2008 16:53:13 UTC