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Opera working on ARIA support

Aaron Leventhal-3
Quoted from Opera's blog:
http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/2007/08/31/focus-areas-during-kestrel-development

 > With Kestrel, we're bringing our focus back to accessibility. Kestrel
includes > experimental support for screenreaders such as Window-Eyes, Jaws, and
 > VoiceOver on OS X. We're also working on support for ARIA (Accessible Rich
 > Internet Applications from the W3C).

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Re: Opera working on ARIA support

Aaron Leventhal-3
Hmmm ... in the music world an aria is an intensely emotional solo within an
opera ...

How cool is that?  You go Opera!

- Aaron

Aaron Leventhal wrote:

> Quoted from Opera's blog:
> http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/2007/08/31/focus-areas-during-kestrel-development 
>
>
>  > With Kestrel, we're bringing our focus back to accessibility. Kestrel
> includes > experimental support for screenreaders such as Window-Eyes,
> Jaws, and
>  > VoiceOver on OS X. We're also working on support for ARIA (Accessible
> Rich
>  > Internet Applications from the W3C).
>
> - Aaron
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Re: Opera working on ARIA support

T.V Raman

And when is Safari going to give a Tosca?

Aaron Leventhal writes:
 > Hmmm ... in the music world an aria is an intensely emotional solo within an
 > opera ...
 >
 > How cool is that?  You go Opera!
 >
 > - Aaron
 >
 > Aaron Leventhal wrote:
 > > Quoted from Opera's blog:
 > > http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/2007/08/31/focus-areas-during-kestrel-development 
 > >
 > >
 > >  > With Kestrel, we're bringing our focus back to accessibility. Kestrel
 > > includes > experimental support for screenreaders such as Window-Eyes,
 > > Jaws, and
 > >  > VoiceOver on OS X. We're also working on support for ARIA (Accessible
 > > Rich
 > >  > Internet Applications from the W3C).
 > >
 > > - Aaron
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RE: Opera working on ARIA support

Pratik Patel-3
After Apple makes iTunes and IPods accessible.  They're not losing business
from Universities because iTunes on the PC is not accessible and the iTunes
on the OSX side has some limitations.


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And when is Safari going to give a Tosca?

Aaron Leventhal writes:
 > Hmmm ... in the music world an aria is an intensely emotional solo within
an
 > opera ...
 >
 > How cool is that?  You go Opera!
 >
 > - Aaron
 >
 > Aaron Leventhal wrote:
 > > Quoted from Opera's blog:
 > >
http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/2007/08/31/focus-areas-during-kestrel-d
evelopment
 > >
 > >
 > >  > With Kestrel, we're bringing our focus back to accessibility.
Kestrel
 > > includes > experimental support for screenreaders such as Window-Eyes,
 > > Jaws, and
 > >  > VoiceOver on OS X. We're also working on support for ARIA
(Accessible
 > > Rich
 > >  > Internet Applications from the W3C).
 > >
 > > - Aaron
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 > [hidden email]
 > https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/dev-accessibility

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