The solution is simple. If it turns out that Firefox 4 is not accessible, we blind users can put pressure on Mozilla and tell them in no uncertain terms that we will withhold all financial support for the project until it is made accessible. If their cash pipeline dries up, you'll see how fast they change their attitude. Gerald ----- Original Message ----- From: Delaunay Christophe To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, March 07, 2011 11:41 AM Subject: RE: Upcoming Firefox version 4 Hi Adrian and all, Moreover, I was told that WebVisum no more works with Firefox 4. What about it? Many thanks. Have a nice day. Chris D From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Adrian Spratt Sent: lundi 7 mars 2011 16:04 To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Upcoming Firefox version 4 Hi. Today's Wall Street Journal has an article about version 4 of Firefox that is about to be released. Speed and look appear to be the featured improvements. But the following passage makes me wonder about accessibility and whether screenreader users might be advised to wait before upgrading: Gone are the layers of tool bars, status bars, the bookmark bar. Instead there is a row of tabs-much like Chrome. Interestingly, Mozilla is sticking to the more traditional address box on the left and search box on the right like IE and Safari. Chrome has combined the search box and address box into one.