Olaf Jan Schmidt
ojschmidt at kde.org
Mon Sep 4 14:45:06 BST 2006
[ Frans Englich ]
> Isn't it a usability and accessibility concern that font and styles are
> hard coded in a class?
Yes, hard coding colours, fonts, sizes or styles leads to accessibility and
usability problems. The upcoming HIG will contain clear guidelines for this.
All existing instances of such hard coding need to be removed for KDE4. The
idea is to extend the colour schemes and to provide new convenience widgets
for application appearance configuration to help enforce this.
If you need an additional colour role, then please tell me what exactly you
need and I will add it to my list.
Olaf Jan Schmidt, KDE Accessibility co-maintainer, open standards
accessibility networker, Protestant theology student and webmaster of
http://accessibility.kde.org/ and http://www.amen-online.de/
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