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Van Edwin

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15-09-2005, 11:12

That's precisely what I meant, that feature will be automated soon/sometime Wink

Not unless you have a very effective short text generating AI on the shelf somewhere. Wink

The long format is somewhat shorter than the short format!

If but if you'd flip the definitions then the formatted version of the long format would be shorted than the formatted version of the short format. Which is kind of confusing. Tongue

Van Tanni

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15-09-2005, 12:04

See www.cs.kent.ac.uk/dept_info/documentation/publish/access_visual.html
and www.webbie.org.uk/papers/King-CWUAAT2004.htm to know more about.

Here's a citation of a part of the contents of the latter link illustrating what I said in my last post:

''A second obstacle to the use of webpages by blind people is the embedding of� non-text content into HTML documents. The most obvious example of this is the use of images, used not only to present pictures and diagram graphics, but as a way to provide absolute layout of other components; headings and text with the size and font desired by the author; and decorative features such as borders and bullet points. Bitmap graphics contain no useful information for visually-impaired people: at best, the meaning of the image can be inferred from the filename (e.g. border.gif or cat.jpg). HTML does provide mechanisms for annotating this embedded content: the specification states that an author can set the ALT attribute of an embedded content element to describe the image as text or indicate that the content is of no value to a non-sighted user (e.g. an image used as a background spacing element).� However, use of this attribute is not mandated by the HTML specification, and even if ALT text is provided, there is no guarantee that its information content is equivalent to the embedded content. ...''

Van Niles

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16-09-2005, 08:13

Big smile delicious off-topic(ked) Tongue

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