Re: Is keynav to unavailable menu items a bug?
- From: "Mary Otten" <maryotten earthlink net>
- To: "gnome-accessibility-list gnome org" <gnome-accessibility-list gnome org>, "mozilla-accessibility mozilla org" <mozilla-accessibility mozilla org>
- Subject: Re: Is keynav to unavailable menu items a bug?
- Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 21:49:35 -0500
I would not say that key nav to unavailable menu items is a bug. It might be different from what is expected in the Gnome environment. But I don't see how it can be called a "bug". To me, a "bug" is something that is
"broken", doesn't work, causes a crash, whatever. This is just different behavior. Indeed, I would find it not at all natural to have those unavailable nav items skipped. I'd rather be told they're unavailable than have
them automatically skipped. If that "feature" isn't explained very prominently in the documentation for gnome, I should think your gnopernicus users would be fairly confused at first, because menus would look
different, depending on what was available. that would take some time to figure out, and while figuring, somebody might well think that their program or their computer or perhaps their screen reader was experiencing a
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