Re: [orca-list] Structural HTML navigation by lists
- From: Marcus Habermehl <bmh1980de yahoo de>
- To: Christopher Chaltain <chaltain gmail com>
- Cc: orca-list <orca-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] Structural HTML navigation by lists
- Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2011 01:53:45 +0100
Am 23.01.2011 00:34, schrieb Christopher Chaltain:
On 1/22/2011 10:38 AM, Marcus Habermehl wrote:
Am 21.01.2011 17:10, schrieb Steve Holmes:
We've had the comparison issues between screen readers in the past. I
don't want to see Orca implement something just because Jaws has it,
nor do I want something to be implemented like jaws just just because
people in windows use jaws. I for one, don't do jaws and have no
intentions of doing so. If it just so happens that a feature is well
implemented in jaws, then do it; otherwise, if there is a better way,
I would rather see that instead.
I agree with you completely. To me it's not about that JAWS has
individual lists. Only I am of the opinion that there is a reason that
two different screen readers have individual lists.
This is just how I surf the web, but I don't use the elements lists in
JAWS hardly at all anymore, now that I can use quick keys to jump from
link to link or heading to heading. One of the reasons I prefer this
approach is that I can use the context of the text around links with
names like "Click here" to see what they're referring to. I personally
wouldn't find this feature very useful, and I don't think this feature
is as useful in JFW as it was before they implemented quick key
navigation. Like I said, this is just my opinion, and how I surf the web.
Yes, it's really interesting. Before this discussion I was thinking the
lists are used more than the structural navigation. Because every one I
know is using the lists only.
I think that all three (structural navigation, single list, multiple
lists) options have their advantages and disadvantages. Depending on
your habits and use.
Because of this I would implement all three options.
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