Re: Question: Enough time guideline

On a reading of SC  2.2.1 or 2.2.2 I do not feel the  issue is addressed directly.
This is not a case of 'For each time limit that is set by the content' covered by SC 2.2.1. This is a poorly implemented alert dialog where the alert text appears only momentarily. There is no time limit that can be extended / suppressed etc. 

On Tue, 2/28/17, Patrick H. Lauke <> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Question: Enough time guideline
 Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017, 11:48 AM
 I would say that yes,
 that sort of situation falls under (my 
 understanding of) 2.2.1.
 See the 3rd example on
 "A Web page includes an
 animation which includes text that appears and 
 disappears throughout. In some cases, the text
 is scrolling across the 
 screen and in
 others, it is only displayed for a short time before it 
 fades into the background. The page includes a
 pause button so that 
 users who have trouble
 reading the text before it disappears can read it."
 and note the "only
 displayed for a short time before it fades..." part.
 28/02/2017 16:21, Sailesh Panchang wrote:
 > Guideline 2.2 Enough Time: reads
 "Provide users enough time to read and use
 > Do any of the SCs under
 it actually address a situation where an error message pops
 up momentarily and disappears?
 > SC 2.2.1 generally addresses time out
 > SC 2.2.1 addresses 
 moving  / scrolling / auto updating content
 > Funnily, there are situations where the
 error message remains available to screen reader users but
 not visible.
 > (Generally invisible
 content available to SRs  may pose a 1.3.2 issue).
 > Thanks,
 > Sailesh
 > On Sun, 2/26/17, David MacDonald <>
 >  Subject:
 Re: Minutes AGWG call Feb 21
 >  To:
 "Wilco Fiers" <>
 >  Cc: "GLWAI Guidelines WG org"
 >  Date: Sunday, February 26, 2017, 8:23
 >  This seems to
 go to the survey, not
 >  the minutes.
 >  Cheers,
 >  David
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 >  12:57 PM, Wilco Fiers <>
 >  wrote:
 >  There we
 >  wbs/35422/WCAG21FWPD/results
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