Thread Subject: Re: Group A distinguishing
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From: Sailesh Panchang
Date: Tue, Oct 24 2006 7:55 AM
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>Do you agree that a table is a user interface element? When we talk
>about adequate information about user interface elements in 1194.21, do
>you include table-like UI controls, or are they not present in
>"Software", just in web sites?
Not all data tables are 'user interface elements'... only those which
involve user interaction might be UI tables. The content in the table will
change based on user interaction. And these are available in Web apps and
in software apps. Both need header-data cell relationships to be
established like in plain non-UI data tables.
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