Thanks, Will. Perhaps we will help authors along with GeoGebra, so that info is
Yes, writing useful descriptions is very challenging. Tom Judson did this for
his AATA project (which is public at the book's repository) and it was a lot of
work. And there is limited guidance. So consider yourself a trailblazer.
If we can accomodate *formatted* text (as discussed on the issue) that'll be a
big step forward in allowing authors to make something useful.
>> |altText2|, |altText3D| then it will be attached to Graphics View 1, Graphics
>> View 2, Graphics View 3D respectively.
> This means that I can either add the altText directly to the GeoGebra applet
> when I create it, or if the schema eventually allows interactives to have
> <descriptions>, they could be added to the applet by the XSLT.
> GeoGebra also automatically provides verbal descriptions of any visible objects,
> but I’ve found these descriptions mostly unhelpful. Writing useful
> descriptions for complex technical diagrams is going to be very challenging.
> Obviously this info only applies to GeoGebra interactives, but I hope it’s
> useful for someone.
>> On Oct 12, 2022, at 2:41 PM, Rob Beezer <bee...@ups.edu