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I really like the tutorials, and I posted a new article this week.

From: Wayne E Dick <wayneedick@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 08:28:51 -0800
Message-ID: <54E4BDC3.8080404@gmail.com>
To: w3c-wai-eo@w3.org, wai-eo-editors@w3.org
Hi All,

I really like the tutorials and approved them for posting. AnnaBelle, 
I'm trusting you to catch all the syntax, grammar and artistic error.

I would also like to invite those who have not read it to look at the 
newest Nose to the Page article.

http://nosetothepage.org/Articles/A2.html

Access to Visual Flexibility Including Word Wrapping, it is both 
historic and current.

I will be presenting before the Access Board.  I will  be representing 
the California Council of Low Vision.  My presentation will demonstrate 
a host of literature and surveys that documented the inappropriateness 
of forcing word wrapping.  I will try to have the Access Board exceed 
the WCAG Level AAA support of word wrapping.  Also the loss of 508 
1194.24 (d), the ability to read documents without the author's style is 
a profound blow to people with low vision. I will try to get some 
restoration of this functionality. When WCAG 2.0 was published, I 
thought 1.3.1 was the replacement.  I would have filed an appeal if I 
had known the WCAG WGs intent.  Since WCAG is unchangeable, those like 
me who need visual style modification to survive professionally must 
fight nation to nation. It must be a legal requirement to provide access 
to visual style.

Wayne


Wayne
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