Thread Subject: Re: 24(e) - simplified version
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From: Jessica M. Brodey
Date: Mon, Mar 12 2007 8:40 AM
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I like the format, and it fixes the grammatical problem. Does it
inadvertently create a preference for closed over open (i.e, open is only
acceptable if closed is not available)?
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Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 10:24 AM
To: TEITAC Audio/Video Subcommittee
Subject: [teitac-video] 24(e) - simplified version
I've tried to capture the issues that we've been talking about AND make
the standard more readable and understandable. This included removing
the text referring to individuals and the resulting need for the
reference to groups. See what you think:
24(e) At the time of playback, captions and/or audio descriptions must
be either (a) capable of being turned on and off ("closed"), or (b)
visible or audible to all users when user-preferences to turn captions
or audio descriptions on are not available ("open").
Corporate Accessibility Engineering Lead
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