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Subject: Re: [office] Table Refresh Delay

Title: Re: [office] Table Refresh Delay
The main point is that implementors have control when implementing the specification vs. being constrained by the spec.  Let’s not put weightless restrictions into the specification.


On 18/07/08 10:35 AM, "Peter Korn" <Peter.Korn@Sun.COM> wrote:

Hi Dave,

In OpenOffice.org we have the ability to turn animation off.  I agree with Malte; we shouldn't prevent the expression of fast animation for those who want it, but we should enable users to not have it displayed to them.


Peter Korn
Accessibility Architect,
Sun Microsystems, Inc.

2008/7/18 Malte Timmermann <Malte.Timmermann@sun.com> <mailto:Malte.Timmermann@sun.com> :

I don't agree on "require user agents to limit this to no more than 3
times a second".

I must admit that I don't believe a higher frequency would make any
sense for anything, but People have different needs, and if someone for
what every reason needs a higher frequency, the application should be
allowed to support this.

Strongly disagree Malte.

If there is a riks of causing an epeleptic fit, then I'd like
to see a 'shall' statement in the standard requiring
nothing more than 3 times per second.

Peoples needs are my concern too.



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