RE: Action 222 -

What is search rap, or did you mean W-r-a-p. so when search reaches to
bottom of the page that it give option to start again from the top?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: [] On
> Behalf Of David Poehlman
> Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2010 9:06 AM
> To:
> Cc: UAWG list
> Subject: Re: Action 222 -
> We need a search rap function.
> On Jan 14, 2010, at 9:51 AM, Simon Harper wrote:
> Hi there,
> I was actioned to re update 4.6 (and have looked at this in combination
> with the implementation details. I've taken into account Greg's
> original comments as well as those expressed within the survey results.
> I've now come up with the following.
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> Guideline 4.6 Text Search
> 4.6.1 Find:
> The user can perform a search within rendered content (e.g., not hidden
> with a style) for text and text alternatives, for any sequence of
> characters from the document character set. (Level A)
> 4.6.2 Find Direction: The user has the option of searching forward or
> backward from any selected or focused location in content. The user
> will be notified of changes in search direction; and when the search
> reaches the upper or lower extent of the content based on the search
> direction. (Level A)
> 4.6.3 Match Found: When there is a match, the user is alerted and the
> viewport moves so that the matched text content is at least partially
> within it. The user can search for the next instance of the text from
> the location of the match. Or, if the caret has been moved, from its
> new location. (Level A)
> 4.6.4 Alert on No Match: The user is notified when there is no match or
> after the last match in content (i.e., prior to starting the search
> over from the beginning of content). (Level A)
> 4.6.5 Advanced Find: The user agent provides an accessible advanced
> search facility, with a case sensitive and case-insensitive search
> option, and the ability for the user to perform a search within all
> content (including hidden content and captioning) for text and text
> alternatives, for any sequence of characters from the document
> character set. (Level AA)
> *Intent of Success Criterion 4.6.1 Find:
> To provide a function that allows the user to easily locate desired
> information in rendered or alternative text. Give the option of
> searching the alternative content. In the case of an embedded user
> agent, (e.g. media player), the embedded user agent provides the search
> for its content.
> *Examples of Success Criterion 4.6.1:
> A user wants to locate a text string in a long document. The user agent
> provides a mechanism for entering the desired text string, such as a
> text box with a search button.
> A user wants to search for text in all views of the document, including
> views of the text source (source view)
> A user wants to search the element content of form elements (where
> applicable) and any label text.
> Related Resources for Success Criterion 4.6.1:
> 4.6.2,3,4,5
> *Intent of Success Criterion 4.6.2 Find Direction:
> To enable the user to understand and control the direction of the
> search.
> *Examples of Success Criterion 4.6.2:
> The user wishes to find previously encountered text, before the current
> location of the caret.
> The user has finished searching the text before the caret and has
> reached the upper limit of the page, they now wish to continue the
> search from the bottom of the document to the current location of the
> caret.
> *Related Resources for Success Criterion 4.6.2:
> 4.6.2,3,4,5
> *Intent of Success Criterion 4.6.3 Match Found:
> To enable the user to jump quickly to any found text, have the text
> spoken (say), and to continue searching from that point.
> *Examples of Success Criterion 4.6.3:
> The user wished to find text. This text was found, and the user
> investigated further to see if it was within the desired paragraph.
> *Related Resources for Success Criterion 4.6.3:
> 4.6.2,3,4,5
> *Intent of Success Criterion 4.6.4 Alert on No Match:
> Enable the user to understand when no text has been found and the
> search has come to an end.
> *Examples of Success Criterion 4.6.4:
> The user searched for text, but the desire text was not found and the
> search was terminated by the User Agent.
> *Related Resources for Success Criterion 4.6.4:
> 4.6.2,3,4,5
> *Intent of Success Criterion 4.6.5 Advanced Find:
> Enable the user to formulate a more advanced search, by which they can
> specify options such as, but not limited to, case sensitivity, and the
> ability to search within invisible textual components of the content
> such as video captions.
> *Examples of Success Criterion 4.6.5:
> The user wishes to find text which is currently hidden (via say, the
> CSS display attributes).
> The user wishes to find text with a caption so that they easily locate
> that part of the video presentation.
> The user wishes to search for textual descriptions hidden within
> embedded SVG.
> *Related Resources for Success Criterion 4.6.5:
> 4.6.2,3,4,5
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