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Re: User Agent Teleconference for December 7 2006

From: Jan Richards <jan.richards@utoronto.ca>
Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2006 11:07:08 -0500
Message-ID: <45783C2C.7030908@utoronto.ca>
To: WAU-ua <w3c-wai-ua@w3.org>

10.5 Provide link information (P3)
10.6 Highlight current viewport (P1)
10.7 Indicate viewport position (P3)

My previous comments at: 
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-ua/2006OctDec/0028.html


11.1 Current user input configuration (P1)
- In ATAG2, this is a success criteria of "A.2.1 For the authoring tool 
user interface, ensure that all functionality is operable via a keyboard 
or a keyboard interface. [Priority 1]"
+ The current keyboard settings must be available to the author at all 
times (e.g. in either a central location such as a list, or a 
distributed location such as associating shortcuts with menu items).


11.2 Current author input configuration (P2)
- OK, but I find the phrasing "author-specified input configuration" 
preferable to "author input configuration"

11.3 Allow override of bindings (P2)
- likely to cause even more problems with accesskey but that's probably 
unavoidable.

11.4 Single-key access (P2)
- I think this could be read as meaning single key bindings must be 
possible: "Allow the user to override any binding in the user agent 
default keyboard configuration with a binding to either a key plus 
modifier keys or to a single key."
- Maybe put "single-key binding" on the glossary instead of defining it 
here.

11.5 Default input configuration (P2)
- OK

11.6 User profiles (P2)
- ATAG 2.0 has: A.2.8 For the authoring tool user interface, allow the 
author to have multiple sets of keyboard operability and display 
preferences settings. [Priority 2]
+ we decided to avoid the term "profiles"

11.7 Tool bar configuration (P3)
ATAG 2.0 has this Success Criteria under A.2.2 [P3]:
- There must be at least one editing interface area in which selectable 
items can be activated by a single action (e.g., toolbar, palette), 
where both of the following are true:
(a) the author can change the order of the items, and
(b) the author can select which items are available from the set of all 
selectable items.




Cheers,
Jan
Received on Thursday, 7 December 2006 16:08:33 UTC

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