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Re: Access-keys in Debian pages


Jens Seidel, le Wed 28 Jun 2006 19:39:39 +0200, a écrit :
> On Tue, Jun 27, 2006 at 08:55:50PM +0200, Jutta Wrage wrote:
> > Including the access-keys from IBM-rocommendation seems not to be the  
> > right way. One of the blind people (who noted out that the pages now  
> > are much better than one and a half year ago) told me either not to  
> > use access-keays at all or to use numbers only and not letters.  
> I really have problems to understand you. What are these access-keys
> you're referring to? Ordinary application shortcuts such as Alt+F to
> start special actions?

Access-keys are key shortcuts that are defined by the web page itself,
for quickly accessing the main pages of a website.

> > Letters can conflict with their software keys anf make the system  
> > unusable for them,
> What are software keys?

The browsing keys of the web browser, like those used by links or w3m
for saving the html file, keeping a bookmark, etc.


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