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Assistive Device Behaviour Chart



Hello,

Here is, below, a forward from the webaim forum.
A person proposes a list of softwares, from the web point of view.
You may want to complete the information relevant to Emacspeak.
Greetings,

Gilles

Date : Wed, 27 Aug 2003 22:21:49 +0100
From : gez <gez@juicystudio.com>
Subject : Assistive Device Behaviour Chart
To : webaim-forum@list.webaim.org

Hi All, I'm new to this group.

I have decided to maintain a chart of the capabilities of assistive devices so 
that developers can keep track of how they behave under certain circumstances: 
[http://www.juicystudio.com/assistivedeviceschart.html]. The charts are in 
their infancy at the moment, and require a lot more data before they could be 
considered a useful resource. Having said that, there is already some useful 
information in there to help us begin to understand. I'm hoping to get feedback 
from users of these devices and from web developers to add further tests so we 
can see how they behave. 

Any feedback on these charts will be gratefully received, as their success 
depends on it.

Best regards.

Gez


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Hi All, I'm new to this group.
 
I have decided to maintain a chart of the capabilities of assistive devices so that developers can keep track of how they behave under certain circumstances: [http://www.juicystudio.com/assistivedeviceschart.html]. The charts are in their infancy at the moment, and require a lot more data before they could be considered a useful resource. Having said that, there is already some useful information in there to help us begin to understand. I'm hoping to get feedback from users of these devices and from web developers to add further tests so we can see how they behave.
 
Any feedback on these charts will be gratefully received, as their success depends on it.
 
Best regards.
 
Gez
 

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