Thread Subject: Re: Authoring tools with no user interface
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From: Andrew Kirkpatrick
Date: Tue, Aug 14 2007 12:30 PM
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The second suggestion may be a good one to consider.
> So, for example, at the "save as" option, if one selects a
> format that does have the functionality to be accessible, all
> the accessibility features must be usable by the author and
> savable in that format. On the other hand, if the author
> wants to save in an inaccessible format, what can we do
> anyway, no tool can overcome that. To be more precise we
> should probably require that for each format supported, or
> format that content can be saved in, that all that format's
> accessibility functionality/attributes are available to the
> author and are preserved when saved.
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