RE: Orientation comments analysis

From: Andrew Kirkpatrick []
Sent: Thursday, June 8, 2017 4:48 PM

Jason, ok I get what you are driving at. So how about:

Content is not locked to a specific display orientation<>, and functionality of the content is operable in all display orientations, except where display orientation is essential<> for use of the content or by user request.
[Jason] That solves the problem, and it also allows for the case in which a user preference is received by the web application (e.g., via the anticipated Media Queries extension mechanism). In practice, if the user has an abiding preference, I suspect they would specify it at the operating system level instead, but covering all the legitimate cases is a good practice in writing an SC.


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