Inline Edit Solution for FLUID-2652
obara.justin at gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 13:09:59 UTC 2010
I do not believe that we've had a chance to do any actual user testing with this latest solution yet; although the designers may have plans for it. If you have a chance to try it out we'd love the feedback.
On 2010-10-17, at 8:01 PM, E.J. Zufelt wrote:
> Curious if anyone has been able to do any usability testing with real users to see if this is indeed a better solution than what we had before?
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> On 2010-10-17, at 7:56 PM, Lam, Mike wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> We've made a number of changes to address the Inline Edit screen reader accessibility issue initially filed in FLUID-2652.
>> Here is a summary of the changes that we've made:
>> - Implemented an explicit save button at the end of the container.
>> - Added a tooltip to both the save button and edit field in display mode.
>> - Added a tooltip on the edit field only upon edit mode via mouse or keyboard.
>> - Removed the edit field from the tab order. The tab order inclusion can give visual users the impression that the inline edit is not working with the keyboard as two tabs are required to remove focus from the component.
>> - Unit tests to verify our additions and modifications.
>> Feedback is always welcome!
>> Mike Lam / mlam at ocad.ca
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>> Inclusive Design Research Centre, OCADU
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