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Subject: RE: FLASH: FLASH 99% BAD
From: Rebecca Lovelace
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 21:15:06 GMT

This is a good issue. One of the other Flash mailing lists posted this link
a while back. It is an example of designing for the visually impaired in
Flash. It's a really cool concept, and something easier executed with
multimedia:
http://www.thunderhouse.com.br/cannes/laramara/

Rebecca

-----Original Message-----
From: Roland Combes [rcombesatehla [dot] com (mailto:rcombesatehla [dot] com)]
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2000 2:39 PM
To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
Subject: Re: FLASH: FLASH 99% BAD



This guy misses the boat on so many issues we should at least point out the
one he probably has right.

- Flash reduces accessibility for users with disabilities.

How do we address this? Is this simply a case of duplicating the Flash page
in plain-Jane HTML so that visually-impaired users can listen to what others
would see in Flash?

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