Accessibility of wwwtesting.kde.org
Olaf Jan Schmidt
olaf at amen-online.de
Fri Jan 24 18:02:25 UTC 2003
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First of all, thank you for improving accessibility related issues in
I still see some problems, but none of them seem to be difficult to
I can top this:
On my system (KDE 3.0.5a), the navigation areas are generally far too big.
This seems to be related to the font size. The layout looks fine in
Mozilla (which always has far too small font sizes), but in Konqueror it
is currently unusable unless I browse with a maximized window. That was
not the case with earlier versions of this design - it must have been
changed in the last 3 weeks or so.
I also checked for possible accessibility issues using Bobby - the only
won't work on all browsers and is generally an accessibility problem. But
since the jevascript doesn't work in Konqueror (KDE 3.0.5) nor in
Mozilla, I guess this is just a placeholder and the href="#" and
onmouseover things will both be replaced by real links later.
Bobby also told me that there should always be a seperator between two
links (line 155).
Is it already clear which overall navigation structure will exist? I so,
then I would like to suggest keyboard shortcuts. I can do so once the
navigation framework is clear.
Also, could "Accessibility" (http://accessibility.kde.org) be added to the
Olaf Jan Schmidt, KDE Accessibility Project
KDEAP co-maintainer, maintainer of http://accessibility.kde.org
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