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RE: waicard9

From: James Allan <allan_jm@tsb1.tsbvi.edu>
Date: Wed, 03 Feb 1999 09:17:22 -0600
To: w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
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On the printed layout version...

"see the complete guidelines at www.w3.org/WAI" the address is in a san
serif font and italics. the "I" in WAI is difficult to tell from a slash or
a lower case "L" (my email address has a numeral "1" and it confusing to
people when the look at it or write it down)
perhaps a font change to something with serif to make the "I" more defined.

On the 4th bullet "Hypertext links" at the very end No <<Click Here>>, in
the HTML version the "click here" is in quotes. I prefer the quotes.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: w3c-wai-eo-request@w3.org [mailto:w3c-wai-eo-request@w3.org]On
> Behalf Of Daniel Dardailler
> Sent: Wednesday, February 03, 1999 8:42 AM
> To: Geoff Freed
> Cc: US Mint - Robert Neff; w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
> Subject: Re: waicard9
> > 1.  I was under the impression that we would be updating this card
> > as technology improved.  If this is actually the case, then we
> > should be using revision numbers.
> I'm not sure you've seen my argument.
> > 2.  I think sometimes "where practical" can be interpreted as "where
> > convenient."  I vote for leaving "where practical" out.
> How about "wherever possible" ?
> > Multimedia: Provide captioning and transcripts of audio,
> >  descriptions of video, and accessible versions when
> >  non-W3C inaccessible formats are used.
> >
> > This sounds to me like we're saying all non-W3C formats are
> inaccessible.  how about...
> >
> > "...and accessible versions when non-W3C or inaccessible
> formats are used."
> I'm tempted to just drop non-W3C then.
> A few other changes showed up in waicard9 since this morning:
>   - In my local office review here in Sophia, someone told me we
>     should emphasize the word "function" in the Image tip
>   - the same person didn't get the "read out of context" (and he's not
>     a HTML beginner to say the least) so I added back the 'No "Click
>     Here"' piece.
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