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From: Vincent Flanders <vincent9@gte.net>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 20:31:57 -0800
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I haven't examined every accessibility verification tool out there, but it 
seems rather strange to me the ones I've looked at want me to manually 
examine each GIF file for flicker. Even *I* know that it's possible for a 
programmer to examine the contents of a GIF file and tell if it's animated. 
Are there any accessibility tools out there that check the GIFs for you and 
eliminate the ones that obviously aren't animated?

Vincent Flanders

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