ACTION-439: Replace intent of 2.1.1. to include Assistive technologies often use a combination of methods to get information about, and manipulate, a user agent's user interface and the content it's rendering. These methods include DOMs, accessibility APIs such as MSAA or JAA, general-purpose platform APIs such as those used to determine a window's title, application-specific APIs that...

Replace intent of 2.1.1. to include Assistive technologies often use a combination of methods to get information about, and manipulate, a user agent's user interface and the content it's rendering. These methods include DOMs, accessibility APIs such as MSAA or JAA, general-purpose platform APIs such as those used to determine a window's title, application-specific APIs that...

State:
closed
Person:
Jeanne F Spellman
Due on:
September 2, 2010
Created on:
August 26, 2010
Related emails:
  1. minutes: UAAG Teleconference 2010-08-26 [draft] (from gregory.rosmaita@gmail.com on 2010-08-26)

Related notes:

http://www.w3.org/WAI/UA/2010/ED-UAAG20-20101018/

Jeanne F Spellman, 20 Oct 2010, 20:40:42

Changelog:

Created action 'Replace intent of 2.1.1. to include Assistive technologies often use a combination of methods to get information about, and manipulate, a user agent's user interface and the content it's rendering. These methods include DOMs, accessibility APIs such as MSAA or JAA, general-purpose platform APIs such as those used to determine a window's title, application-specific APIs that...' assigned to Jeanne Spellman, due 2010-09-02

26 Aug 2010, 18:22:19

Status changed to 'closed'

Jeanne F Spellman, 20 Oct 2010, 20:40:42


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