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Re: Components Mini-Tutorial: Examples more than another item in the list

From: Alan Chuter <achuter@technosite.es>
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 11:07:08 +0200
To: EOWG <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
Message-ID: <op.tf9vl6abzqgw0t@0104xpd.e-fti.com>

I haven't participated much in the discussion so far, so I would like  
start by saying that I like the way the material covers a lot of ground in  
a concise way. I've found these to be concepts that are difficult to get  
across.

I think the examples (mainly alt text) are illustrate well the high-level  
concepts presented. The presentation of the examples isn't consistent from  
one slide to another. What I mean essentially is that they appear as  
bulleted list items but at different levels in each slide. I think it  
needs to be clear that there is a seperate stream in the sequence, a  
concrete example of each high-level idea. Perhaps they could be in boxes  
or balloons, seperate from the main text.

BTW, I have a problem with the font, which looks very jagged on my  
computer in all browsers, even thought Gill Sans is installed. If I delete  
the font from the style sheet itlooks OK. Perhaps it's the 85% size.

best regards,


-- 
Alan Chuter
Accessibility Consultant
Technosite (formerly Fundosa Teleservicios)
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Tel. +34 91 121 03 35


En Thu, 21 Sep 2006 22:07:22 +0200, Shawn Henry <shawn@w3.org> escribió:

>
>> It might be useful to have a "scenarios" paragraph that addresses  
>> various uses of the document.
>
> right. will try to find time to add to "requirement" analysis... would  
> someone else write up a couple scenarios or use cases or such?
>
>> I somehow was led to believe that the "scroll" (one long document)  
>> version I enjoyed with Opera would be one choice but now it seems that  
>> the only version available is the "slides" version.
>
> Both are available. Currently the first "slide" includes the  
> instruction: "use the A key to view all content on one Web page." ..  
> although it's not very obvious.
>
> Changelog includes an open item[1] for "Add buttons" -- and I think this  
> would be one of them.
>
> Also, both versions will be explicitly linked from the About page:
> 	http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/components-slides (which currently is still  
> the old format and content)
>
> Best,
> ~ Shawn
>
> [1] changelog changes  
> http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/changelogs/cl-components-self.html#changes
>
>
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