On 11/29/2010 02:14 PM, Friedrich Strohmaier wrote:
does this mean they need support for reason of lacking accessibility efficience
More likely that they need the code to be rewritten so that they can use
it. In the meantime, they learn workaroudns that fail, but don't look
like they fail.
It's only solution is to get Your tools and Your communication partners help You achieving that
LibO intrinsically fails Section 508 criteria. Given how low that bar
is, I suspect that any country whose a11y legislation has any merit,
should automatically disqualify LibO from consideration.
This can be shurely be demanded by someone willing tho help development.
Someone looking for advice is a completely different story and should be handled as such.
When it comes to a11y, the first step is to learn if the program works
with the software that sort of succeeds in providing the data they need,
so that the program can almost be used.
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