Lynx as accessibility tool
Lynx has for many years been - the - open source accessibility tool, perhaps even a decade.
However since firefox, opera and safari all now support SVG natively one may expect that developers may produce content.
without a suitable accessibility tool the evidence is that accessibility is ignored as mentioned by David Woolley earlier in this thread around February.
It's my hope, which I believe is shared by Thomas that Lynx will maintain the premier position that has.
He had agreed with me that monthly reminders were appropriate.
I trust this matter is now explained to your satisfaction?
On 4 Aug 2008, at 21:11, Larson, Timothy E. wrote:
Jonathan Chetwynd <> wrote:
did you investigate SVG language?
that is there is little or no text mark up.
Hence I am wondering, what can the delay be?
is stripping out the title and text content that difficult a task?
could you indicate which part is causing a problem?
Mr. Dickey has other concerns beyond Lynx. If this is such an important
feature to you, consider sponsoring its development. I'm sure he'd be happy
to incorporate a useful patch such as this. But don't expect others to give
you neat features for free just because you want them.
Tim Larson AMT2 Unix Systems Administrator
InterCall, a division of West Corporation