CSS3 Speech Module Which browsers support it? See #1240

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Fyrd opened this Issue May 12, 2015 · 13 comments

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Fyrd commented May 12, 2015

CSS3 Speech Module
Which browsers support it?
See: http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-css3-speech-20110419/


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beatak commented Feb 22, 2016

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cvrebert commented Dec 8, 2017

Updated spec link: https://drafts.csswg.org/css-speech-1/

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brennanyoung May 16, 2018

It's been suggested on the discussion under #1515 to merge with this issue, and close #1515.

Somehow I think it should be the other way round because #1515 is placed very high at https://caniuse.com/issue-list whereas #1240 is considerably lower. They are essentially duplicates.

If we do this, will the votes for both get summed? If so, it doesn't matter which one is the 'winner'.

Can anyone offer a compelling reason not to do this at some early opportunity?

It's been suggested on the discussion under #1515 to merge with this issue, and close #1515.

Somehow I think it should be the other way round because #1515 is placed very high at https://caniuse.com/issue-list whereas #1240 is considerably lower. They are essentially duplicates.

If we do this, will the votes for both get summed? If so, it doesn't matter which one is the 'winner'.

Can anyone offer a compelling reason not to do this at some early opportunity?

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techieshark May 16, 2018

@brennanyoung thanks for your comments. Since the feature requested in #1515 was never completed, perhaps it should stay open to discuss completing as the CSS 2 stub, as you suggested there.

Getting vote parity between this issue and #1515 shouldn't be hard, we just need 10 more +1's here.

@brennanyoung thanks for your comments. Since the feature requested in #1515 was never completed, perhaps it should stay open to discuss completing as the CSS 2 stub, as you suggested there.

Getting vote parity between this issue and #1515 shouldn't be hard, we just need 10 more +1's here.

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frob commented May 22, 2018

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frob May 22, 2018

It sounds like these are two different issues about the same essential topic --css accessibility.

Once the stub is done and speech is implemented it would be good to make sure there is a link in the notes on https://caniuse.com/#feat=wai-aria to these topics and other accessibility related topics/features.

But that should be filed under a new issue.

frob commented May 22, 2018

It sounds like these are two different issues about the same essential topic --css accessibility.

Once the stub is done and speech is implemented it would be good to make sure there is a link in the notes on https://caniuse.com/#feat=wai-aria to these topics and other accessibility related topics/features.

But that should be filed under a new issue.

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frob May 22, 2018

Added #4274 to discuss.

frob commented May 22, 2018

Added #4274 to discuss.

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