Graphics and Blanks
Marquette, Ed <Ed.Marquette@...>
I think I may just be stuck on this one, but I thought I would give the list to try.
At work, we use a web-based document management program. When one searches for documents, the results come up in a table. The table reads just fine; however, a number of the documents are in PDF format and are nothing but pictures. Sometimes, they have been run through an OCR package and have been converted to Word format.
In the results table in the column just ahead of the document name, there are little icons or graphics. They indicate to sighted users whether the document in question is an e-mail, is an e-mail message with an attachment, is a Word document, is a PDF document, and so on. These graphics are not read by JAWS.
In the JAWS manual, there is a section on labeling graphics; however, that section indicates that, if it is a true graphic, the word graphic" and a number will be enunciated by JAWS.
In fact, when I move the mouse (JAWS cursor) over this graphic, JAWS just says "blank".
Does anyone have any suggestions for how to label this thing?
I. Edward Marquette
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