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Re: Worst design decisions?
I'm still trying to find out the point of labeling the light switches in airplanes. I can see the point of doing it if the button is obvious to the touch, but on some planes they use membrane switches that aren't obvious to the touch. I know the ADA probably requires them to label light switches, but the logic of doing so escapes me. -Paul On Thu, 2003-09-18 at 19:24, email@example.com wrote: > The US Congress. > "can you say ADA - sure you can" - Fred Rodgers > > > Who thought it was a good idea to put braille on the drive up atms? > > --bill (sorry ren, I couldn't resist) -- Paul Timmins <firstname.lastname@example.org>