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Re: DHTML WG Next Meeting August 31 at 12:00 Eastern

From: Al Gilman <Alfred.S.Gilman@IEEE.org>
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 11:02:48 -0400
Message-Id: <p0611040cc2f4a008d693@[]>
To: "Evans, Donald" <Donald.Evans@corp.aol.com>, <wai-xtech@w3.org>, <DHTML_ACCESSIBILITY@LISTSERV.AOL.COM>
At 1:10 PM -0400 22 08 2007, Evans, Donald wrote:
>The style guide working group is scheduled to meet every other 
>Friday.  The next meeting is on August 31 at 12:00 noon Eastern Time.
>Please use the following conference bridge:
>id: 51999
>Agenda for next week
>        Continue discussion of Radio Buttons if Jon Gunderson is available.
>        left/right arrows to move between radio buttons in addition 
>to up/down arrows.
>        Accordion Container and the documentation sent by Earl.
>        Review Menu after Becky reviews her notes
>        Tabindex and Focus as a discussion is recommended by Becky.
>        Context Help and use cases like prolog.
>        AXS Library

Something I would like to get on the agenda sometime:

Becky has suggested that we need a 'mixed' state value for buttons
comparable to the similar state for tristate checkboxes.



My question for this group is:

If we add a mixed value for the 'pressed' state of buttons, will it have
the same behavior as a tristate checkbox, to wit:


Three State Check Box

             If not checked, [activate] checks the check box

             If checked, [activate] unchecks the check box

             If partially checked, [activate] unchecks the box and unchecks
all children boxes.

[the mixed state is only entered as a byproduct of user actions on
other controls in a 'details' (or equivalent) dialog.]


PS:  May I suggest that we change "unchecks all children boxes" to
"resets all associated detail controls."  The detail controls are
not necessarily all checkboxes.


>Donald F. Evans
>Sr. Program Manager
>Office of Accessibility
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>Email: <mailto:Donald.Evans@corp.aol.com>Donald.Evans@corp.aol.com
>Tel: (703) 265-5952
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