Hello Alan!

Yes, i know, it is because I am working with Word until now, but would like to 
change to ConTeXt.  If I set there a footnote, then there comes an pop-up 
window with the text. 

A Discussion would be very interesting. 

Thanks a lot. 

Ursula Hermann 

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Gesendet: Montag, 18. Januar 2016 23:08
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Betreff: Re: [NTG-context] Accessibility and Tagged PDF/A, Footnotes showing

On Mon, 18 Jan 2016 22:38:56 +0100
Hans Hagen <pra...@wxs.nl> wrote:

> On 1/18/2016 8:26 PM, Ursula Hermann wrote:
> > Hello Hans and Dr. Dominik Klein!
> >
> > Today I found a Thread about Accessibility from last Juli!
> >
> >
> > I work at the University in Vienna,  and I work with students, who 
> > are blind or have a see handicap. So I read this Thread today.
> >
> > Last year in Summer I began to read the manual of Context.
> >
> > I have a question to this discussion, it is nessesary to know: How 
> > can footnotes be shown in the PDF/A tagged PDF, in a text?
> >
> > What I mean something, that shows in the Text the text from the 
> > footnote, when I click on the number from the footnote.
> >
> >
> > Maybe with a tooltip? Or what is the right way? Which command?  
> 
> tooltips are widgets and not part of the document text stream .. so i 
> think they don't count as accessibility feature (but i might be wrong)
> 
> maybe someone else on the list knows
> 
> i wonder, as you use tex you can consider generating an additional 
> document (larger fontsize, better readable fonts, inline notes, maybe 
> other enhancements), pop ups etc
> 
> it'a anyway interesting to discuss how to make documents accessible 
> (tagged pdf is one options but not beforehand the nicest approach)

Hello,

It is an interesting comment going beyond the simple (yet important) question 
of accessibility: how in general should items such as footnotes be handled in 
alternative, non-printed formats, where the notion of a "page" becomes fuzzy?

With ConTeXt, it is easy to have such "footnotes" placed at the bottom of the 
formatted page, at the end of a section, chapter or book. It is also easy for 
them to have hyperlinks to jump to their location and then back to the 
reference text.

Tooltips and other widgets, as Hans says, depend on the display client and not 
on the document - there are many things that might work with one reader (i.e. 
Adobe) and not on others. Addressing the questions of accessibility, in 
particular for blind or otherwise vision-impaired readers, one can design an 
appropriate action or model for the document. Footnotes and endnotes are useful 
tools for a writer. Like indexes, bibliographic references, or floating figures 
or tables, these are concepts that might require some thought as to how they 
might be employed in an ebook or by an audio reader. This would make an 
interesting topic of discussion for our next ConTeXt users' meeting.

Alan
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