From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 14 2004 - 00:52:36 PDT
Currently XEP does not provide means to set alternative text for
images in PDF. However we will consider adding special functionality
in the future versions of XEP in order to address issues mentioned in
your latter. Thanks for you feedback.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
CC> I'm successfully using XEP 3.7.7 to generate PDF for some technical
CC> documentation, but I have a requirement for Section 508 (http://www.section508.gov/)
CC> When I run the accessibility checker from Adobe Acrobat I get the
CC> following summary:
CC> The checker found problems which may prevent the document from being fully accessible.
CC> * All of the text in this document lacks a language specification.
CC> * This document is not structured; the reading order of the contents may be incorrect.
CC> * 136 images(s) with no alternate text.
CC> The first two items are easily fixed from within Acrobat (although it
CC> would be nice to have a XEP extension to define the Language, along
CC> the lines of the XEP "Document Info" extension).
CC> However, the third and most daunting task is adding alternate text to
CC> the images.
CC> Is there some way in XEP to define an Alt Text for a graphic, and have
CC> the read in by Acrobat when it creates the tags?
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