I am sorry about using the term discriminatory. It is too shaming, and it
was not intended.

I was trying to say that now that we have a new flexible medium, with many
features that do not exist in  print, that it is time to look at our
conventional formats  for unnecessary embedded barriers. Many reside within
blocks of text.

This relates to many SCs for both LV and COGA that attempt to address print
disabilities for people who can see. Also the COGA SC on clear controls
really seems like a very practical way to address the ability to hit active

At my age (69), most of my computer science and computer engineering
faculty peers are having trouble hitting active elements.

Anyway, sorry again, I wasn't trying to shame.


Received on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 18:40:32 UTC