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From: Sofia.Celic@visionaustralia.org.au
Date: Jul 26, 2006 12:40AM


Hi Vivek,

Apart from screen reader accessibility, I would look at non- screen reader
access to improve the accessibility of the game. For example, allowing the
game to resize to the available window size, providing keyboard methods to
zoom in and pan, using CSS to provide font specifications and
foreground/background colours for the important information so that users
can utilize their own CSS.

Best regards,
Sofia
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Hi All,



We have created an accessible HANGMAN game using Flash and XML.



Please have a look at it and give us your valuable suggestions to make it
more accessible. We are using Jaws 7.0 for testing. The link for the game
is:



http://www.n-syst.com/accessiblesamples.htm





Thanks & Regards,
Vivek Gaikwad - Accessibility Developer

Net Systems Informatics (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Tel: 022-26860485/6 Extension: 24