Screen Reader Visibility Test:

[This message is top-posted with the test referenced in-line]. 

Given the nature of this list, I thought some may be interested in
providing feedback on the screen reader visibility test linked below.
I noted that I did not see any Linux based submissions and thought the
group might like to participate. It might be an way in which the growing
accessibility under gnome can be viewed by others.





reminder: has a series of test cases that they would 
like people to run and provide results.

For example, "Screen Reader Visibility Test Results." [1]  contains 12
cases to "understand how screen readers and other assistive technology 
react to different methods of hiding information from visual 
display."  Results are displayed for 14 user agents (some results are 
partial, i.e., only 2 of the 12 tests).

And, "Quiz 4.1.4: JavaScript - part 1" [2]  which "will attempt to find
what screen readers actually do with various JavaScript events by using
series of test cases which break things down to small test areas. This 
first case focuses on navigation among links. It handles a range of 
different keyboard, mouse and UI events, and creates a log of every
that's recorded, so that we can determine which events are generated by 
different devices."

It takes just a few minutes to complete the tests.  Please pass this on
that they get as much feedback as possible.

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