Edit ACTION-577: Update 2.3.5 with text from survey with the edits from Kim as noted in the minutes below.




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  1. minutes: UAWG telecon 8 March 2012 (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2012-03-08) (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2012-03-08)
  2. RE: Minutes: 20 June 2011 User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (from jrichards@ocad.ca on 2011-06-30) (from jrichards@ocad.ca on 2011-06-30)
  3. Minutes: 20 June 2011 User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2011-06-30) (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2011-06-30)

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<JAllan> Intent: Depending on the markup language, content authors may be able to define short cut keys that allow quick access to specific elements, actions, or parts of their Web content. For example, in HTML, the author may use the Accesskey attribute to define these short cut keys. The author-selected short cuts may utilize keystrokes that are unique to their site, differing from...
[13:59] <JAllan> ...conventions used, and or familiar to users of other similar sites, or sites offering similar functionality. Users of assistive technologies who rely upon keyboard input may wish to have a consistent mapping of shortcut keys to similar, or common actions or functions across the sites they visit.

Jeanne F Spellman, 30 Jun 2011, 17:59:50

Jim Allan <jimallan@tsbvi.edu>, Kelly Ford <kelly.ford@microsoft.com>, Chairs, Jeanne F Spellman <jeanne@w3.org>, Staff Contact
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