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Re: Opera 7 beta2, even more help to check accessibility


From: Timothy Luoma
Date: Dec 21, 2002 10:14AM

On Sat, 21 Dec 2002 15:58:34 +0000, Tom Gilder < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> On Friday, December 20, 2002, 9:18:06 PM, Timothy Luoma wrote:
>> On the other hand, Opera has made it much easier for users to customize
>> the
>> User Interface of Opera, including reconfiguring menus and adding your
>> own keyboard shortcuts, thus making it easier for people to compensate
>> for any difficulties they might have using the default UI.
> It's a shame that Opera haven't provided (and I doubt will provide) a
> UI to edit such things though

So Opera is criticized for not making something *easier*
when the other two have no way to do it at all?

Shame on them for trying, I guess.

> my guess is that editing INI files
> using a screenreader *really* isn't fun...

They are plain text files, I would expect most folks using a screen reader
would find that a common experience (editiing a text file). How would a
GUI make this easiesr for them?


Timothy Luoma < <EMAIL REMOVED> >
30 Days to Becoming an Opera (6) Lover
(an Opera7 version will follow once it is officially released)

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