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Draft Dialog (non-Modal) design pattern #59

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MichielBijl opened this Issue Jun 2, 2016 · 6 comments

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MichielBijl commented Jun 2, 2016

When adding this section, use id="dialog_nonmodal" on the section element; this is the ID of the stub that was in early working drafts.

When working on this issue, there is some old content that may be useful in the file aria-practices-DeletedSectionsArchive.html.
The relevant section can be seen here:
https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria-practices/master/aria-practices-DeletedSectionsArchive.html#dialog_nonmodal

@mcking65 mcking65 added this to the 1.1 PR milestone Aug 13, 2016

@mcking65 mcking65 changed the title from Dialog (non-Modal) design pattern to Draft Dialog (non-Modal) design pattern Aug 13, 2016

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When drafting this design pattern, take into consideration the following comments copied here from issue #23.

From @jnurthen on February 2, 2016 21:34

The non-modal dialog http://w3c.github.io/aria/practices/aria-practices.html#dialog_nonmodal defers to the drag and drop section for how to move the dialog. I'm not sure moving a window is the same as drag and drop so we should really specify something different here.

Copied from original issue: w3c/aria#241

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mcking65 commented Aug 13, 2016

When drafting this design pattern, take into consideration the following comments copied here from issue #23.

From @jnurthen on February 2, 2016 21:34

The non-modal dialog http://w3c.github.io/aria/practices/aria-practices.html#dialog_nonmodal defers to the drag and drop section for how to move the dialog. I'm not sure moving a window is the same as drag and drop so we should really specify something different here.

Copied from original issue: w3c/aria#241

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Decrepidos Oct 27, 2017

3.10 Disclosure (Show/Hide) typo

This may have been picked-up previously, but, I could not find it.

A disclosure is a button that controls visibility of a section of content. When the controlled conted is hidden, ...

...controlled content is...

Decrepidos commented Oct 27, 2017

3.10 Disclosure (Show/Hide) typo

This may have been picked-up previously, but, I could not find it.

A disclosure is a button that controls visibility of a section of content. When the controlled conted is hidden, ...

...controlled content is...

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3.10 Disclosure (Show/Hide).

I’m wondering whether to include referring to native button element as well as role button. Not sure if I am correct in this, but, flagging it anyway 😁.

WAI-ARIA Roles, States, and Properties

Applies to al instances of ‘role button ‘.

The element that shows and hides the content has role button.

The element that shows and hides the content is a <button> or had a role of button.

Decrepidos commented Oct 27, 2017

3.10 Disclosure (Show/Hide).

I’m wondering whether to include referring to native button element as well as role button. Not sure if I am correct in this, but, flagging it anyway 😁.

WAI-ARIA Roles, States, and Properties

Applies to al instances of ‘role button ‘.

The element that shows and hides the content has role button.

The element that shows and hides the content is a <button> or had a role of button.

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@Decrepidos, thank you for the feedback. I am correcting the spelling error.

Note that a native button has role button; it is implicit.

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mcking65 commented Nov 16, 2017

@Decrepidos, thank you for the feedback. I am correcting the spelling error.

Note that a native button has role button; it is implicit.

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Thanks for clarifying. Role button being implicit makes sense.

Thanks for clarifying. Role button being implicit makes sense.

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