[bksvol-discuss] Re: Table Of Contents

Hi Debby,

I'd like more commentary from our sighted print disabled readers to know
whether this will be helpful before I change my practises.  I'm happy to
change, as you are, but not willing to make a permanent change until or
unless it is commented upon by more than one person.

Vallerie, Doug, Judy, anyone else who is print disabled, but sighted want to
comment on this?

Mayrie

 

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Hi Mayrie!

Should I insert elipses in the table of contents in "Rebel With a Cause"?
It wouldn't be a bother.

Debby

At 07:50 AM 11/3/2009, Mayrie ReNae wrote
>Hi Melissa,
>
>That's a great idea!  Let's see if it would work for folks like 
>Valerie's Nichole, since Valerie was the one requesting a change.  If 
>it would work, I don't see how it would go against anything bookshare has
ever said.
>
>Mayrie
>
>
>
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>Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Table Of Contents
>
>I've been thinking about Valerye's concerns about the table of contents.
>I got to thinking about how Braille books have a series of dots between 
>the chapter title and page number. So, I was wondering if inserting an 
>ellipses between the chapter title and page number would be an appropriate
solution.
>An ellipses will be recognized and kept by bookshare's tools, and will 
>give some separation between chapter title and page number for those 
>that need that. It wouldn't be spoken by most screen readers, so 
>wouldn't interfere with anybody's listening pleasure.
>Finally, since Braille readers are used to the series of dots between 
>chapter title and page number, it wouldn't seem unusual to them either.
>So, do you think this would be acceptable and not violate any bookshare 
>rules?
>
>Melissa
>
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