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<MichaelC> scribe: MichaelC
<scribe> scribe: Joshue
Some sample spec text based on my idea, as per Hixies requeest.
"Non-visual user agents may provide focus to the top most relevant element
This could be any focusable element, it doesn't have to be a heading etc.
Firstly, is this something that we should take up anyway.
Marco: The focus for AT should follow the visual focus, so yes.
MC: Maybe this should be first
viewbable or displayable element.
... the issue is we need to find a non media dependent way of achieving focus etc.
RESOLUTION: Reword spec tech with media independent verbiage
<MichaelC> Michael to draft an explanation, for input into discussion in Thursday agenda topic on keyboard access
The task force sub group is not in a postition to process this bug, it needs work by the entire group.
<MichaelC> not assigning new homework, continue processing bugs from last week's assignments
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