Thread Subject: Re: Captioning not accessible to screen reader users
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From: Jim Tobias
Date: Mon, Oct 30 2006 6:05 AM
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No problem if you forward the messages.
Gregg -- have you encountered this issue before?
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> Debbie and Jim, any objections if I forward your messages to
> the folks at Federal Relay?
> The compatibility concern has been raised before but I have
> not heard an update recently if they think the problem can be
> solved. I do not think the characterization that quote
> nobody cared much unquote is accurate.
> My understanding was that they were looking for a solution,
> but were not going to compromise the core functionality in
> the meantime.
> Is anyone in the tools group aware of a similar auto-scroll
> effect, using HTML, that is accessible?
> The discussion related to whether AT needs to comply and to
> what extent should probably be directed to the Software Web
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