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At 09:28 17/02/2011, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 16/02/11 18:59, drew a écrit :
I also have some vague recollection that the state of Massachusetts migration to OOo was rejected because of the lack of accessibility tools at the time, a requirement under that state's procurement laws. So the topic is an important one, especially if LibreOffice wants to get a foothold in US government institutions.

The ODF format itself also needed better accessibility. So the ODF committee at OASIS created an Accessibility subcommittee to tackle the issue: <>.

There are a number bugs related to ODF accessibility features, for example: * Image title and description that disappear after adding a caption in Writer:
* Image title and description that disappear when you modify the image anchor in Writer * Image title and description are not exported when exporting PDF from Impress:

Best regards,


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