Re: [tdf-discuss] accessibility mailing list
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On 11/29/2010 11:13 PM, Christoph Noack wrote:
your mail. To me, it makes some sense to combine both the workflow and UI design along with
This gets into my favourite way of testing the a11y of a program.
Unplug the monitor, remove the keyboard. remove the mouse.
Then tell the coder that s/he has to use the program like any power user
would use it.
OOo was not that bad
Just because it is slightly more accessible than MSO doesn't mean that
Go create a presentation using MSO, LibO, or OOo, without a keyboard,
mouse, or monitor hooked up to the system. (This can be done.)
So long as the a11y list does not ghettoise those with a11y
requirements, I think it is a useful direction to go in.
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