RE: Length of line

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrick H. Lauke []
> The disconnect for me comes when UAs/platforms that don't provide that
> particular functionality/mechanism are then also effectively we're
> saying "a mechanism for X should be available, which in most cases is already
> taken care of by the UA, except this SC doesn't apply if the UA doesn't provide
> this sort of mechanism"?
[Jason] The "a mechanism is available" requirement is meant to ensure that the content author supplies the mechanism if the user agents/assistive technologies don't. It's the descendant of the infamous WCAG 1.0 "until user agents" clause.


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