[access-uk] Re: Anoying 'transparant' word on website

Hi Ray.

A JFW version 7 user here.

I can listen to the page without hearing what you mention at all.

Darran

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ray's Home" <rays-home@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, March 20, 2006 9:52 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Anoying 'transparant' word on website


| Maybe one for Tink, and knowledgeable web designers, and I've brought this 
up
| on the Window-Eyes list and it seems the problem I have with a website is
| down to a duff design error, although probably one designed and written in 
to
| help us, apparently!
|
| Go to:
|
| www.workdirections.co.uk
|
| Very likely when the screen is read to you you will hear the word
| 'transparent being read all over the place.  I'd like JFW and Dolphin 
users
| to confirm this - or otherwise.  The explanation seems to be around an 
issue
| with Active X or 'on clicks' -being labelled for our benefit but - my
| knowledge is virtually non-existent around these subjects.
|
| So I would be glad if some here would confirm whether this is a problem 
for
| them or not.  When I'm more certain of my ground I can contact the web
| master.  Seems a shame because, on the face of it, it seems they've made 
an
| attempt at accessibility.
| Ray
|
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