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RE: More data on accesskeys (New article written Nov. 1)

From: Andy Mabbett <andy_mabbett@birmingham.gov.uk>
Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2006 15:45:25 +0000
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"John Foliot - WATS.ca" <foliot@wats.ca> wrote on 03/11/2006 14:10:00:

> Andy Mabbett wrote:
> >> True, and several links were provided earlier in the thread to
> >> implementations,
> >
> > Sorry; I seem to have missed those.

> - http://juicystudio.com/article/user-defined-accesskeys.php
> - http://juicystudio.com/article/user-defined-access-keys-aspversion.php
> There are others...

Thank you.

> > Again,  my proposal is precisely the opposite. The user would
> > configure their UA, once, regardless of which sites they subsequently
> > visit.

> This is pretty much how and what the ACCESS element and @role attribute 
> envisioned to do.

Does that include use of the <link rel=""> headers?

> Jon Gunderson, (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) has set up 
> test cases that require the iCATA Accessibility Toolbar extension for
> Mozilla/Firefox to demonstrate (proof of concept)
> - http://www.cita.uiuc.edu/software/mozilla/
> - http://firefox.cita.uiuc.edu/test/ts-test-page-role.php

I'll have a play with that, and read your page, as soon as I can find 

Andy Mabbett

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