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SECTION 508 COMPLIANCE
SECTION 508 COMPLIANCE
Grace Global Corporation fully supports the Section 508 implementation for electronic and information technology standards to support accessibility for persons with disabilities. As a company, our technicians, compliance staff, and support personnel are fully committed to making the Grace Global products accessible by all personnel with disabilities. Grace Global is vigorously working to ensure there are no impediments that may pose problems for those with disabilities who use our products or Web sites.
As part of Grace Global response and in compliance with the Non-visual Access Standard as set forth in Minn. Stat. Ch. 16C. 145, Grace Global offers the following Technology Products:
Software Applications, Keyboard, Mouse, Monitors and Operating Systems
Remarks and Explanations:
· Grace Desktops and Notebooks, delivered with operating systems, keyboard, mouse and monitors.
Application accessibility functions are supported due to the features of Microsoft Windows Operating Systems. Standard applications and peripherals are tested with the Accessibility Features activated.
When software is designed to run on a system that has a keyboard, product functions is executable from a keyboard where the function itself or the result of performing a function can be discerned textually. Hotkeys, function keys and the use of numerical keypad as a mouse can all provide control to invoke the commands, without the use of a mouse.
Some Microsoft Windows Operating Systems provide the ability to set the "Snap-To Default" in the mouse options from the control panel. With this feature active, the user is able to maintain the desired focus in the active window. Additionally, the cursor size, Icon, motion, visibility and direction can all be set to desired qualifications from the control panel options for the mouse. The "Snap-To" feature also allows a screen reader to follow the focus of the cursor and read screen elements. Other MS Windows operating systems also provide similar features.
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems have self-contained screen readers. Additional add-on assistive technologies are available for screen reading. MS Windows systems also provide for Icon images with associated text, as well as "Tool Tips' and "Pop-Up" windows with text.
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems supports when bitmap images are used to identify controls, status indicators, or other programmatic elements.
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems s the "core" computer software that controls basic functions, such as receiving information from the keyboard, displaying information on the computer screen, and storing data on the hard disk.
Color and contrast selections can be made and retained by individual users. Microsoft Windows Operating Systems prohibit applications from overriding user selected contrast and color selection.
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems supports when animation is displayed, the information is displayable in at least one non-animated presentation mode at the option of the user by allowing the user to set the animation feature to "None".
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems supports texts and shapes used in addition to color coding.
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems provides a variety of color and contrast settings that can be initiated by individual users through the control panel options, for display settings.
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems supports the use of electronic forms which allow people using Assistive Technology to access the information, field elements, and functionality required for completion and submission of the form, including all directions and cues.
There are no differences in quality, price or delivery with regards to non- visual access systems compared to our standard WSCA offerings.