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Re: e-magazine - accessibility


From: L Snider
Date: May 16, 2017 7:43AM

Hi Everyone,

I found this site that says they have a 100% accessible flip book or

Anyone use them? It looks like you need to host your content with them?

Any other scripts you know of? I have been looking for a while and have
only found an HTML 5 script that could be customized...but not much more.

Any recommendations?



On Thu, May 4, 2017 at 6:28 PM, L Snider < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> Has anyone ever found one of these that is accessible (or way more
> accessible)?
> Today, there must be something out there?
> Cheers
> Lisa
> On Thu, May 4, 2017 at 5:38 PM, Chaals is Charles McCathie Nevile <
> <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
>> No you are not being too harsh, the thing really is a nightmare.
>> IMHO.
>> cheers
>> On 04/05/17 18:19, Tomlins Diane wrote:
>>> I was sent this example of an e-magazine type browser app:
>>> http://xeroxigen5press.freeflowdp.com/xeroxigen5press/936489
>>> 5993167985?pg=NaN#pgNaN , and asked to review it for accessibility. The
>>> vendor claims it's accessible.. but from what I found testing with KB and
>>> NVDA, well, IMO it leaves a lot to be desired - You can navigate it, but
>>> it's not a good experience. Using just a kb, it is painfully difficult to
>>> navigate. NVDA is only marginally better, it is still tedious to navigate.
>>> If I had to try to use this, I think I'd give up in frustration before
>>> getting past the first page, let alone getting through the whole thing! If
>>> you zoom in to read the text, then you get horizontal scrolling and you
>>> can't scroll using the kb. If you finally get to the 'Open Article'
>>> tab/link, it opens a modal-type window that is at least readable, but
>>> there's nothing to indicate that's what you need to do. With NVDA (I don't
>>> have JAWS), if you don't use the Open Article functionality, then these
>>> pages are just all images.
>>> Anyone have any experience with these types of applications?? Am I being
>>> overly critical?
>>> Our folks want to use this for a newsletter to go out to the public. :-/
>>> Thanks in advance for your thoughts and input.
>>> Diane R Tomlins
>>> HCA IT&S | Digital Media
>>> Accessibility SME
>>> >>> >>> >>> >>>
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>> Charles McCathie Nevile - standards - Yandex
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>> >> >> >> >>