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Re: Need your comments was: Packackages.d.o - New Download Table on Package Pages

Hi.  I'm a blind user who uses a screen reader with speech output in a
text console.  My default browser is lynx.  As far as I know, lynx
doesn't support CSS.  There is work to make browsers like Mozilla
accessible, but it isn't usable yet.  Elinks is finally adding CSS
support, but it's rendering of tables makes it confusing for screen
readers with speech.  I believe emacspeak users might have a browser
that supports CSS, but I'm not an emacs user.  At least for now, the
most accessible page is one that works well in lynx.

Hope this helps.

On Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 10:30:03AM +0100, Jutta Wrage wrote:
> Hi!
> I did not get any comments on the package page examples from vision  
> impaired people.
> Please can you have a look at the URL down in the quote and comment? If  
> you want my messages with call for help different from what they are,  
> please tell me. I am really lost, if I try to increase accessibility of  
> the Debian web pages and get no comments.
> >As the current download table looks really ugly in lynx, I have made  
> >an attempt to increase accessibility by changing the table. The order  
> >is now that all information about one architecture is in one table row  
> >instead of a column. In addition the form was removed and replaced by  
> >a download link. The links will _not_ work on that server as the cgi  
> >is not there, so please be not surprised.
> >
> >I want you to view the page with any browser and, maybe, with screen  
> >reader or braille.
> >
> >Here is the URL of the ACPI package page. But you may visit any other  
> >page there in stable:
> >
> >http://www.witch.westfalen.de/debian/packages.debian.org/stable/admin/ 
> >apcd.html
> >
> >For those using a graphical browser: The background colour of the  
> >table is taken from the menu color on the main page of debian.org.
> >
> >For those using screen readers: I am not sure, if css is supported  
> >when using them. There are lots of css features for blind people. But  
> >I still do not know, who can test the Debian pages, if we implement  
> >such features.
> greetings
> Jutta
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