Re: that darned accessibility capplet

On 3 Oct 2002, Calum Benson wrote:

> On Thu, 2002-10-03 at 18:45, Sander Vesik wrote:
> > It would porobably be a custom radiobutton comtainer that just has an
> > upper limit on as to how many (instead of just one) can be checked at a
> > time.
> It's not really the implementation that's the problem, it's the design. 
> How does a group of these radio buttons look different from a group of
> 'real' mutually-exclusive radio buttons?  How do I know which
> combinations I can select and which ones I can't?

In the 'any (up to) m out of n' my initial guess is that you would include
a label saying so (and the container would enforce this by applying a
FIFO ordering on the selections). If there are multiple combinations you
need to select some of which exclude others you probably should just
design the ui in some other way...

> Cheeri,
> Calum.
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