Control Animated Images Using Single Keys
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UAAG 1.0 Requirement
For each functionality in the set required by checkpoint 11.5, allow the user to configure a single-key binding. A single-key binding is one where a single key press performs the task, with zero modifier keys.
- Configure the user agent so that a single key stops, pauses, resumes, and navigates the animated image in the test area.
- Use these keys to stop, pause, resume, and navigate the animated image.
- (Note: a different key can be used for each function)
- The user agent can be configured so that single keys can be used to stop, pause, resume, and navigate the animated image.
<img src="../images/animated.gif" alt="Animated GIF image that alternates an image of the word animated and an image of the word image" title="Sample animated image"></img>
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