Hi Dave,No, this is *not* the issue. <smiling> Now I'm beginning to sound like E., God bless her. The issue, for the hundredth time, is that the control which comprises the edit field and the browse button, is only truly visible to users of Jaws. If you use WE, you see this control as a double edit box. It does not show up at all in System Access. I realize that a good eighty percent of you use Jaws so the issue doesn't apply to you, but it is most definitely one that needs to be addressed. It is not, as I said in my former post, a bookshare issue. It is an issue with all sites of this kind that have this control. It is a general, pervasive, important issue concerning web accessibility!
As for file-names, I couldn't agree more! In fact, one of the things in the proposed Wiki should be a note about file naming conventions. Dave is right. A file name should contain no spaces, and no additional punctuation like apostrophes or whatever. One should use either dashes or underscores between the words of the file-name. Computers running operating systems other than Windows have a hard time with file-names that have spaces in them. Why aggravate yourselves? Get used to writing file-names properly all over your computer, and you won't have any more trouble.
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