Image Reorderer code question
colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Tue Apr 7 01:11:04 UTC 2009
The default markup for the Image Reorderer is not table-based. Mike
Elledge's comments about the way to phrase the test plan make a lot of
sense to me.
I know that Everett spent a bit of time playing around with the Image
Reorderer using a screen reader and found the lack of hard stops at
the beginning and end of the list rather disorienting. He had some
other ideas for how we might be able to provide additional cues to
help orient the user. I think that feedback is probably archived on
the mailing list.
Hope this helps,
On 6-Apr-09, at 8:57 PM, Daphne Ogle wrote:
> As we've been updating the user testing protocols for relevance to
> users using adaptive technologies a few questions have come up.
> Here's one from Mike E. that I could use some help answering:
> "Hi all--
> Is the image reorder based on an html table structure? If not blind
> users won't have a sense of middle or row. If the reorderer isn't
> based on table structure, have them move an item to a particular
> position within the list of objects (ex. "move item so that it is
> the fifth object in the list")."
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