(off-topic) ADA

ddunfee at city-net.com ddunfee at city-net.com
Wed Jan 16 10:00:38 EST 2002

The below logic always reminds me of wheelchair access concerning steps.  
There are wheelchairs that can climb steps.  Are public access places now
exempt because some chairs, though very expensive, are now available and
ramps etc. can't now be enforced under the ata?

Someone thus scribed:

But does the ADA specify that the institution must meet the desires of the
handicaped? If a PDF file is accesible through Windows it would be a long,
hard haul to prove that the law was violated since it isn't accesible
under Linux. But hey, if you have the resouces go for it.

Kirk Wood

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