[webkit-dev] W3C Proposal: User Interface Independence for Accessible Rich Internet Applications
tony at chromium.org
Fri Sep 3 09:35:17 PDT 2010
I'm curious what elements the UIRequestEvents apply to. Does it fire at the
document level or does it fire for specific elements like textareas? The
addition of undo/redo is similar to the proposal to add this to the
textInput event. There was some discussion of that here:
proposed renaming the textInput event to just beforeInput because it seems
like it can apply to more than just text (e.g., undo'ing the insertion of an
image). Do you think the use of textInput/beforeInput would meet the use
cases needed by UIRequestEvent?
On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 5:34 PM, Chris Fleizach <cfleizach at apple.com> wrote:
> Hello WebKit,
> James and I have been working on a W3C proposal to address some
> shortcomings we've noticed in terms of dealing with ScreenReaders and
> magnifiers in the wild wild web.
> AccessibilityEvents so that web developers are able to make web pages that
> interact with assistive technology to a degree they cannot today.
> If you're interested in accessibility, please take a look and send any
> feedback to us, or to these w3c lists (wai-xtech, www-dom,
> public-canvas-api, and public-html-comments) it was posted to
> *User Interface Independence for Accessible Rich Internet Applications*
> *W3C Proposal: 30 August 2010*
> I had originally submitted a patch for half of this proposal, but we
> decided it would be best to make this public before landing it in webkit.
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> webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org
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