Re: Authoring Tools (V4)

On Fri, 25 Jan 2002 wrote:

  Selecting and using Authoring Tools

        Selecting new or replacement software:
           extra question - Can a suite of tools be established to provide
  the accessibility that the prefered authoring tool lacks?

The tools listed as repair tools atthe ER group's page for such things would be a starting point. That
group was initially created with a charter that included producing such a
suite, as I recall, but there isn't a complete suite yet.



        Working around limitation of existing tools
           Do we need to include a point about 'correcting accessibility
  issues' as part of hte last point?
             3. "... in conjunction with a caption ..."
             4a. "print media (...)" -> "print media (pagemaker, quark
  express, acrobat)"
             4b. "rich media (...)" -> "rich media (flash, director)"
             4c. "presentation formats" -> "presentations"
             6/7. dtd & css tools - should we point to any?
             8 - what about the WAVE  for checking?

  Cheers,  Andrew
  Dr Andrew Arch
  Manager, Internet Product Development
  Vision Australia Foundation
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  W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

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Received on Monday, 28 January 2002 09:26:40 UTC