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The mouse pointer changes from an arrow to that little Mickey Mouse hand
when you pass over a hyperlink. There can also be variations in the shades
of gray, as long as red is not used for the link color. People who are
color blind see in grayscale, not monochrome.
From: Tom Murrell [mailto:trmurrell -at- yahoo -dot- com]
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 12:51 PM
Subject: RE: underlining
--- Steve Shepard <STEVES -at- YARDI -dot- com> wrote:
> In our online help we use a different color to indicate a hyperlink,
> than underline.
So, what do you do about people who can't distinquish colors? How do such
people 'see' your hyperlinks?
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