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deborah ([personal profile] deborah) wrote in [site community profile] dw_accessibility2013-03-08 10:48 pm

navstrip and the keyboard

How do keyboard users feel about the Navigation Strip at the top of reading pages? (The one that, when you're logged in, shows your tiny default userpic and links for Home, Post, Reading, Settings, Inbox. In Bug 3302, there's a request to move the navstrip later in the tab order, so it's not the first thing you interact with, since you so rarely want to interact with those options. But is that true? Is it convenient, inconvenient, or neutral that when you first start tabbing around the page you go to the navstrip first?

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