Re: Removing gthtml2 (was Proposed modules for 2.10 wanted NOW)

Bill Haneman wrote:

but personally I'm not
too worried about the help browser being inaccessible if the web browser
is inaccessible.

If help is inaccessible, the whole desktop is useless from an accessibility point of view. It's already true that some users will chose web browsers other than the 'GNOME' one, i.e. Mozilla/Firefox or even Links/Lynx instead of Epiphany.

Are you saying that Epiphany (based on Gecko) is accessible but Yelp (based on Gecko) isn't? If that is the case, shouldn't it be quite easy to make Yelp accessible? Wouldn't the reduction in the number of HTML rendering engines reduce the accessibility team's work?


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