RE: Android FruitBasket

Hi Jamal,
Yes. The site is set up like that. Thanks for putting this so clearly.

Jim

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jamal Mazrui [mailto:empower@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 5:09 PM
To: programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Homme, James
Subject: Re: Android FruitBasket

Typically, I find that I can edit content I created on a Drupal-based
site by taking the following steps.  Of course, I have to be logged in
so that I am able to write content, as opposed to just reading it.

I then click on the link to the content I want to edit so that its
content is fully displayed.  Using the JAWS Find feature, I search for a
link containing the word "Edit."  After I click that, I am usually
presented with the content as it was originally created.  I can make
changes to different fields of the form (which is usually a "story"
content type).  I turn off forms mode and press the B key until I find a
button containing the word "Save."  Clicking that button submits the
changes to the web site.

Jim,
Is FruitBasketDemos.org now set up so that a technique like this will work?

Jamal


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