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From "Antonio Gallardo" <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: [Woody] - <wd:hotkey> status?
Date Fri, 21 Nov 2003 12:03:38 GMT
Michael Hartle dijo:
> Hi Sylvain,
>
>> I don't agree here: vi is not i18nized and gives no visual feedback on
>> what its commands are. The purpose of access keys is to provide fast
>> access to fields that are _displayed_ in the page. And as the label of
>> these fields varies with the language, so should vary the access keys.
>> The fact that the access key must be present in the label text also
>> enforces this.
>
> hmm... the question is, does it always make sense to forcefully vary the
> access keys along with the field names when another language is used ? I
> agree, when using the concept of underlining the access key of fields,
> this requires the character to be present in the label, but perhaps
> other concepts might be more feasable in the long term, as this
> requirement might backlash in some cases; I cannot provide a good
> example right now, but what about localizations where many labels have
> very similar characters ?

I think the best is to let Cocoon users decide about this. Is they want
universal or localized (l10n) accesskey.

If the above is true, then we need to support the l10n and user that does
not want l10n, simply avoid this feature.

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo


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