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public:nnels:etext:images [2020/06/30 09:40]
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   - Transcribe the Text in the Image into the Alt-Text   - Transcribe the Text in the Image into the Alt-Text
  
-Again, this is a judgement callBoth options can workbut it also depends on what the text is. When in doubt just ask!+<note tip>​Remember Alt-text should remain short and directIf you are transcribing a letterlong piece of text, or extended dialogue this should  
 +go into the [[public:​nnels:​etext:​complex-image-description|Complex Image Description]]. When in doubt ask!</​note>​
  
 <​note>​If it is simply an image with a sign in the background, then we do not have to add this to the Alt-Text or Caption unless it is essential to understanding the image. See examples below.</​note>​ <​note>​If it is simply an image with a sign in the background, then we do not have to add this to the Alt-Text or Caption unless it is essential to understanding the image. See examples below.</​note>​
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