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RE: User-stylesheets and screen reader support for lang, aural st yles, etc.

From: Craig, James P (BearingPoint) <jcraig@bearingpoint.net>
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 15:27:05 -0600
Message-ID: <211A728F180ED311B01F0008C75F54CF100615A4@usdalexc05.us.kworld.kpmg.com>
To: "'w3c-wai-ig@w3.org'" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

The footer is added automatically to all outgoing corporate email from this
domain. I have no control over it. It's just something the lawyers think is
necessary. However, the mailing list is the indended recipient of this email
so anyone subscribed would be the intended recipient. I'm not sure what you
mean by implying that it's "bogus".

As to the original topic, I was mainly asking about commercial screen
readers like "IBM Home Page Reader" or "JAWS". I wasn't referring to Mozilla
or Internet Explorer since screen reading functionality is not necessary for
a vast majority of their intended audience. I assumed that someone with a
more in-depth knowledge of those products (HPR and JAWS) might be suscribed
to this list.  

Last time I tested IBM HPR 3.0, it had the pronunciation ability of multiple
languages, but would not switch automatically. The user had to manually
select their preferred language. I don't believe it had any aural style
sheet support either, but I am hoping future versions of both of those
applications will.

Thanks again.
James Craig

-----Original Message-----
From: David Woolley [mailto:david@djwhome.demon.co.uk]

>> none, is there any date for planned support?
>Like your footer claims your email to be++, this information would be
>considered confidential by most commercial browser developers.  I don't
>think you would get it from Microsoft without signing an non disclosure
>For Mozilla, you may be able to find something from bugzilla, but
>you may have to raise it as a bug youself, and then see how it gets
>prioritised.  It might be on the main site, but I doubt it.
>My guess is that there is almost zero priority for all major browsers.
>++ I assume the footer is bogus, but you've created a precedent for
>ignoring it in the borderline cases where it would make a difference.

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