UDS: Tuesday – Accessibility

As Ubuntu moves towards using Unity in Ubuntu 10.10 major work will be done on accessibility. There is a need for manual testing until an automated testing can be done. This is an area that I  strongly feel the Ubuntu Beginners Team can assist with.

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  2. grofaty says:

    Talking about accessibility, Ubuntu should solve this kind of types of accessibility problems

    Every application in Ubuntu is using different way of asking how to save:
    Quit without saving (buttons and order from left to right):
    – Firefox: Quit, Cancel, Save & Quit
    – OpenOffice Writer: Save, Discard, Cancel
    – Gedit: Close without Saving, Cancel, Save
    – Evolution (during create message): Discard changes, Cancel, Save message
    – Thunderbird: Don’t save, Cancel, Save
    – GIMP: Don’t save, Cancel, Save

    Details reported in bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/hundredpapercuts/+bug/389876

    • Charles Profitt says:

      I agree with you. I think it is important to try to bring different projects to supporting a common method or interface for accomplishing common tasks.

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