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[e] (0) Clarify that the default rules are just defaults. They're rea…

…lly just intended to provide a baseline for testing and for users with no particular accessibility needs or preferences.

Fixing http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=13489

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(possibly as a user option) as supporting the suggested default
rendering defined by this specification.</p>

<p>This is not required. In particular, even user agents that do
implement the suggested default rendering are encouraged to offer
settings that override this default to improve the experience for
the user, e.g. changing the color contrast, using different focus
styles, or otherwise making the experience more accessible and
usable to the user.</p>

<p>User agents that are designated as supporting the suggested
default rendering must implement the rules in <a href=#rendering>the rendering section</a> that that section
defines as the behavior that user agents are <em>expected</em> to
implement.</p>
default rendering must, while so designated, implement the rules
in <a href=#rendering>the rendering section</a> that that
section defines as the behavior that user agents are
<em>expected</em> to implement.</p>

</dd>

Kai Hendry,
Kartikaya Gupta,
Kathy Walton,
Kelly Ford,
Kelly Norton,
Kevin Benson,
Kevin Cole,
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(possibly as a user option) as supporting the suggested default
rendering defined by this specification.</p>

<p>This is not required. In particular, even user agents that do
implement the suggested default rendering are encouraged to offer
settings that override this default to improve the experience for
the user, e.g. changing the color contrast, using different focus
styles, or otherwise making the experience more accessible and
usable to the user.</p>

<p>User agents that are designated as supporting the suggested
default rendering must implement the rules in <a href=#rendering>the rendering section</a> that that section
defines as the behavior that user agents are <em>expected</em> to
implement.</p>
default rendering must, while so designated, implement the rules
in <a href=#rendering>the rendering section</a> that that
section defines as the behavior that user agents are
<em>expected</em> to implement.</p>

</dd>

Kai Hendry,
Kartikaya Gupta,
Kathy Walton,
Kelly Ford,
Kelly Norton,
Kevin Benson,
Kevin Cole,
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@@ -2369,11 +2369,18 @@ explained in the previous section, which talks about RFC 2119. -->
(possibly as a user option) as supporting the suggested default
rendering defined by this specification.</p>

<p>This is not required. In particular, even user agents that do
implement the suggested default rendering are encouraged to offer
settings that override this default to improve the experience for
the user, e.g. changing the color contrast, using different focus
styles, or otherwise making the experience more accessible and
usable to the user.</p>

<p>User agents that are designated as supporting the suggested
default rendering must implement the rules in <a
href="#rendering">the rendering section</a> that that section
defines as the behavior that user agents are <em>expected</em> to
implement.</p>
default rendering must, while so designated, implement the rules
in <a href="#rendering">the rendering section</a> that that
section defines as the behavior that user agents are
<em>expected</em> to implement.</p>

</dd>

Kai Hendry,
Kartikaya Gupta,
Kathy Walton,
Kelly Ford,
Kelly Norton,
Kevin Benson,
Kevin Cole,

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