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Draft window splitter design pattern #129

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mcking65 opened this Issue Oct 16, 2016 · 3 comments

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mcking65 commented Oct 16, 2016

The window splitter design pattern is at:
http://w3c.github.io/aria-practices/#windowsplitter

This pattern is largely complete. However, there are changes to the separator role for ARIA 1.1 that need to be addressed.

Changes that need to be made for the window splitter pattern:

  • More detailed description.
  • Describe how to label and set control values.
  • aria-expanded is no longer supported in aria 1.1.
  • aria-valuemin, max, and now are required by aria 1.1.

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mcking65 added a commit that referenced this issue Dec 14, 2016

Window splitter pattern fixes for issue #129
Made the following changes in the window splitter design pattern section of aria-practices.html.
1. At the beginning of the section, added sentence stating that the pattern is work in progress with a link to issue 129.
2. Enhanced description with the definition of a primary pane, an explanation of the meaning of the value of the splitter, and an example.
3. Revised the keyboard section to be consistent with APG editorial guidelines.
4. Revised the states and properties section to be consistent with APG editorial guidelines.
5. Replaced links to external examples with a link to issue 130.

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lifeiscontent commented May 28, 2018

@mcking65 any updates on this?

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mcking65 commented Jun 1, 2018

Nop ... we need to get #130 done, which is in current plan but standing still. The editorial work on the pattern itself is complete; we just need to make sure it holds up in practice.

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lifeiscontent commented Jul 4, 2018

@mcking65 for the F6 shortcut how does one cycle through windows? is each pane focusable? if so, how does the focus order work with the separator included?

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