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  1. OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC
  2. OFFICE-2998

Appendix D - D.1. Title, Description, etc. - suggested re-write in description, current text is deeply confused.

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 05
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 06
    • Component/s: General
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      OpenDocument provides conventions to support accessible names, descriptions and captions for graphical elements.

      Accessible names, if available, are represented by the <svg:title> element. 10.3.17 If the <svg:title> element is not available, any text referenced by a draw:caption-id attribute is used as the title.

      When transforming from another document format to OpenDocument the short names, like HTML's alt text on the <img> elements shall be mapped to the <svg:title> element.

      User agents shall not manufacture names for the <svg:title> element, such as using the drawing object name followed by a cardinal number in a string as it is used for accessibility. Such name assignments provide no semantic meaning to the user.

      Accessible descriptions, if available, are represented by the <svg:desc> element. 10.3.18

      If a user agent supports relationships between graphic elements and their captions, the value of the draw:caption-id attribute for a graphical element should be used to for that relationship. 19.117

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      OpenDocument provides conventions to support accessible names, descriptions and captions for graphical elements. Accessible names, if available, are represented by the <svg:title> element. 10.3.17 If the <svg:title> element is not available, any text referenced by a draw:caption-id attribute is used as the title. When transforming from another document format to OpenDocument the short names, like HTML's alt text on the <img> elements shall be mapped to the <svg:title> element. User agents shall not manufacture names for the <svg:title> element, such as using the drawing object name followed by a cardinal number in a string as it is used for accessibility. Such name assignments provide no semantic meaning to the user. Accessible descriptions, if available, are represented by the <svg:desc> element. 10.3.18 If a user agent supports relationships between graphic elements and their captions, the value of the draw:caption-id attribute for a graphical element should be used to for that relationship. 19.117
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      OpenDocument provides conventions to support accessible names, descriptions and captions for graphical elements.

      Accessible names, if available, are represented by the <svg:title> element. 10.3.17 If the <svg:title> element is not available, any text referenced by a draw:caption-id attribute is used as the title.

      When transforming from another document format to OpenDocument the short names, like HTML's alt text on the <img> elements shall be mapped to the <svg:title> element.

      User agents shall not manufacture names for the <svg:title> element, such as using the drawing object name followed by a cardinal number in a string as it is used for accessibility. Such name assignments provide no semantic meaning to the user.

      Accessible descriptions, if available, are represented by the <svg:desc> element. 10.3.18

      If a user agent supports relationships between graphic elements and their captions, the value of the draw:caption-id attribute for a graphical element should be used to for that relationship. 19.117

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      OpenDocument provides conventions to support accessible names, descriptions and captions for graphical elements. Accessible names, if available, are represented by the <svg:title> element. 10.3.17 If the <svg:title> element is not available, any text referenced by a draw:caption-id attribute is used as the title. When transforming from another document format to OpenDocument the short names, like HTML's alt text on the <img> elements shall be mapped to the <svg:title> element. User agents shall not manufacture names for the <svg:title> element, such as using the drawing object name followed by a cardinal number in a string as it is used for accessibility. Such name assignments provide no semantic meaning to the user. Accessible descriptions, if available, are represented by the <svg:desc> element. 10.3.18 If a user agent supports relationships between graphic elements and their captions, the value of the draw:caption-id attribute for a graphical element should be used to for that relationship. 19.117

      Description

      Using the title as an outline, should be intro comment, paragraph on title, paragraph on description and then paragraph on captions.

      OpenDocument provides conventions to support accessible names, descriptions and captions for graphical elements.

      Accessible names, if available, are represented by the <svg:title> element. 10.3.17 If the <svg:title> element is not available, any text referenced by a draw:caption-id attribute is used as the title.

      When transforming from another document format to OpenDocument the short names, like HTML's alt text on the <img> elements shall be mapped to the <svg:title> element.

      User agents shall not manufacture names for the <svg:title> element, such as using the drawing object name followed by a cardinal number in a string as it is used for accessibility. Such name assignments provide no semantic meaning to the user.

      Accessible descriptions, if available, are represented by the <svg:desc> element. 10.3.18

      If a user agent supports relationships between graphic elements and their captions, the value of the draw:caption-id attribute for a graphical element should be used to for that relationship. 19.117

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              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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