Yes, dont get me started. The addition of accessible systems in flash are fine, but there seems no actual compulsion to use them for the end user. It should have been made at least that flash use that is not accessible is flagged to the writer by some big message and a klaxxon or electric shock through the mouse.
note, I am joking, sort of... BrianBrian Gaff bglists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx If you need to email me please send it to
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