Thu, Jan 19
Tue, Jan 17
Thu, Jan 12
Yes, the rest of the tag is good. I just don't want zoom to be disabled.
Oh, sorry, you just wanted maximum-scale removed.
Here are some screenshots of Phabricator with this tag removed, as you suggest:
I'm not asking you to implement a new accessibility feature, I'm asking you to stop *preventing* an accessibility feature from being used. Browsers already do this; you just need to stop telling them not to.
As you might already have guessed, this isn't a bug.
Tue, Jan 10
T12089 has a narrower description with some screenshots, I think the behavior got flipped by accident.
At least one user (and I think @epriestley also) mentioned the light highlighting of full lines is hard to distinguish / understand as full change. I'll look more into these issues before next release is cut.
Mon, Jan 9
Wed, Jan 4
They said it's a definite improvement. Nice!
Thanks for the quick response! I'll send that last image over to our user, and see if it's an improvement for them as well.
Nov 15 2016
Nov 8 2016
Sep 11 2016
This doesn't appear to be a bug report or a feature request. We don't take design feedback as tasks. If you'd like to weigh in on the design, please comment on the diff or use alternative support resources like Conpherence and Ponder as listed in Support Resources.
Jul 3 2016
...which takes us back to accesskey...
In the future, we might reasonably want to put tabindex="1" on the first input on form pages, like the "Edit Task" page, so that you could press tab once to quickly begin editing. If we put tabindex="1" on global search, the cost of making this change in the future will be much higher.
Good point, thanks for research. I was looking in some notes from research done several years ago, thus obviously no longer accurate.
Can you substantiate "f" being "typically used"? Here's what I see in use in the wild from a quick survey of popular sites and software:
This feature has a tiny impact and a huge support cost.
I don't see anything relevant there actually, could you please elaborate?
See discussion in D15984.
Jun 16 2016
Jun 9 2016
Some ideas about how to make comments in differential more accessible (after discussion with a member of my team who is blind):