Time: 11:00 AM EDT; 10:00 AM CDT; 9:00 AM MDT; 8:00 AM PDT
5 April 2007 Teleconference for EBSCO Present list of 7 items • Hadi Bargi Rangin, UIUC • Jon Gunderson, UIUC • Ron Burns, EBSCO • Khalilah Gambrell, EBSCO • Kimie Kester, EBSCO • Yuriy Voznyuk , EBSCO • Diane Moody, EBSCO list end Regrets list of 3 items • Ken Petri, OSU • Penny, OSU • Ranti Junus, MSU list end Issue 10: Onchange event in database field HR: Is it still an onChange event KG: That will be changed in the vnext version JG: The main was the clearing other form fields when you changed databases KG: That was Ken's issue HR: This can be done through hidden name in HTML RB: We are developing a new design and we can send you a link KK: We were close to fixes, but some thing came up and will not be part of this release KK: We have new design for a different product that we hope to integrate into ehost JG: Solution in future release Issue 11: HTML save file name does not match the article YV: We are building a the page on fly, I will look to see if we can get dynamic names HR: KK response is looking into making a change Issue 12: Viewing and Saving PDF KG: We do suggest that people setup adobe to open the pdf file outside the browser HR: Somebody at the library may not have the option in the library JR: Is there option to down load or save pdf? HR: Can you save to PDF? There are settings to change RB: The browser is configured to handle the PDF RB: MIMETYPE is set to Adobe PDF JG: Who makes these PDFs RB: Half are made by the publisher and half by us RB: We have all qualities PDF JG: Do you try to make these accessible? RB: Some from PDF are better than others DM: We are can write up an FAQ on this RB: We can check into how many documents are tagged PDF HR: I went to PDF training and there are better accessibility features in Acrobat 8 HR: Acrobat 8 has built-in OCR capabilities and scripting capabilities to improve accessibility HR: You may want to check the what tools you are using KG: We do describe how to make PDF accessible, so since 2004 we have been making an effort RB: We are not sure of the procedures, we will check with that department Issue 13: Shortcut keys desirable JG: Could you explain the use of accesskeys KG: We used WAI guidleines JG: Accesskeys have conflicts with both browser shortcut keys and assistive technologies JG: Allow user configuration and use number keys HR: Accesskeys can cause more problems than they solve RB: So we might want to change how we do this Issue 14: More context for number of results desirable JG: In the new version can you make the number as a part of the item link HR: If you are dealing with huge results, it can make difficult KK: Do you want the number 1 to be hyperlinked KK: Looking at reducing tables KK: I can being the number being part of the link to the developer KK: We are working on table layout, but most of the focus is other products, and there are problems with Ebsco host, but we are still working on EBSCO host Issue 15: "Display link to search" needs improvement RB: If you use the bookmark feature of your browser to try to save a search page the url was did not have enough information to get back to the page, so there was a link to generate a unique link, this will be changed to make displayed link have enough information to get back to the current results page. Issue 16: Problem with layout of Abstract table KG: We can ask to the status of the TH tags General Comments on Header Labeling JG: “Site Meu” -> “User Options and Settings” JG: “Main Tool Bar” -> “Search Options” JG: “Sub-Toolbar Links” -> “Basic Search Tabs” depending on the search option selectes HR: Tabs make sense to screen reader users JG: H1 and TITLE element should include both the “Search Option” and the “Tab Being Viewed” See Best Practices Titlting: http://html.cita.uiuc.edu/nav/title.php Next Meeting 4 May 2007 at 10:00am CDT (Chicago Local Time)
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