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From User Agent Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (2002-12-17) | Glossary for this source

In this document, "to prompt" means to require input from the user. The user agent should allow users to configure how they wish to be prompted. For instance, for a user agent functionality X, configurations might include: "always prompt me before doing X," "never prompt me before doing X," "never do X but tell me when you could have," and "never do X and never tell me that you could have."

From Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (2000-02-03) | Glossary for this source

A "prompt" is a request for author input, either information or a decision. A prompt requires author response. For example, a text equivalent entry field prominently displayed in an image insertion dialog would constitute a prompt. Prompts can be used to encourage authors to provide information needed to make content accessible (such as alternative text equivalents).
tapered prompts

From Voice Extensible Markup Language (VoiceXML) Version 2.0 (2004-03-16) | Glossary for this source

A set of prompts used to vary a message given to the human. Prompts may be tapered to be more terse with use (field prompting), or more explicit (help prompts).

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