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Re[2]: viewport/browser window size does not imply presence/lack of touch input...

From: Joshue O Connor - InterAccess <josh@interaccess.ie>
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2018 12:39:47 +0000
To: "Patrick H. Lauke" <redux@splintered.co.uk>, w3c-wai-gl@w3.org
Message-Id: <emb7f9ac89-9c99-4468-8fb9-7b3ca2e08a46@desktop-rg9a92j>

>On 17/01/2018 09:23, Detlev Fischer (TK) wrote:
>>Hi Patrick,
>>I guess you meant to say
>>"UNLESS the user has a mechanism to zoom, the following must be true"
>>...or (which is the same thing essentially)
>>"IF the user doesn't have a mechanism to zoom, the following must be 
>Yes, got wrapped up in an unintententional double negative there.
>>I think adding this exception would largely pull the rug from under 
>>this SC since nearly all UA (or mobile OS, in their accessibility 
>>settings) allow some form of zoom - so you would have a SC which you 
>>can in most cases ignore (or which would have as only technique for 
>>authors something like "Do not prevent the user from zooming by 
>>setting meta name=viewport maximum-scale=1", or similar).
>You saw through my evil plan, yes.
Alles klar :-)

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