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Re: Test Results From Tenon.io

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From: Jordan Wilson
Date: Oct 27, 2015 3:52PM


Kelly,

The quick answer is that you¹re parsing an SVG that¹s showing a pie chart,
but the pie chart is all one color since all 62/62 issues are resolved.
I don¹t know why the multiples of ten or decimals are there, but they are
almost definitely unintentional as they have no visual counterpart.

I imagine the numbers might make more sense if the pie chart was showing
more than one option set but I haven¹t tested that.





On 10/27/15, 4:59 PM, "WebAIM-Forum on behalf of <EMAIL REMOVED> "
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>Hi All,
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>With more than one screen reader when I view test results from
>www.tenon.io
><http://www.tenon.io>; , I get part of the page that for me when browsing
>do
>not make sense. I'm wondering if someone might be able to explain what
>I'm
>missing. I didn't go hunting through the page source.
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>For example, running Tenon on Tenon, I get a series of numbers that
>indicate
>they are alt text for graphics that read like the below. I've tried JAWS,
>NVDA and Window-Eyes here. This text appears in the way all of these
>screen
>readers present the content immediate before a table of actual errors.
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>Tests = 62
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>62
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>0
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>0
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>10
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>20
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>30
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>40
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>50
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>60
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>0
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>0.1
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>0.2
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>0.3
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>0.4
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>0.5
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>0.6
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>0.7
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>0.8
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>0.9
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