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Re: 200% website scaling
From: glen walker
Date: Nov 28, 2019 11:55AM
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In Windows 10, the "Make everything bigger" option (scaling) is in the
"Ease of Access" settings, which can be considered an accessibility
feature. 1.4.4 says "...text can be resized *without assistive technology *up
to 200 percent...".
So if your page looks good at 200% zoom in browser and windows scaling is
100% (essentially assistive technology is turned off), then I'd say you're
ok. If you change your scaling (turning assistive technology on), then
while it would be nice to support browser zoom, if it doesn't completely
work, it's not necessarily a 1.4.4 failure.
It might depend what you mean by "not usable". If your page does not
reflow properly, the problem might be reproducible without scaling turned
on, in which case it would be a 1.4.4 problem.
On Thu, Nov 28, 2019 at 4:55 AM Kalle Lahtinen < <EMAIL REMOVED> >
> I'm doing accessibility testing for my company and seem to come to a
> problem with Success Criterion 1.4.4 Resize text. It makes a big
> difference if user has Windows scaling on operating system. If user has 100
> % scaling on Windows most my test go thru with 200% zoom in the browser.
> But if I have 175 % scaling in Windows then 200% zoom the website is not
> So is there some standard or something that says what is acceptable scaling
> level and also what resolution and screen size are minimum to test.
> Im sorry if did not make any sense but ask if you need more information on
> the issue.
> Kalle Lahtinen
> Protacon Oy
> <EMAIL REMOVED>
> > > > >