5.6.2: Visual status

When ICT has a locking or toggle control and the control is non-visually presented to the user, the ICT shall provide at least one mode of operation where the status of the control can be visually determined when the control is presented.

Notes

  1. Locking or toggle controls are those controls that can only have two or three states and that keep their state while being used.
  2. An example of a locking or toggle control is the "Caps Lock" key found on most keyboards. An example of making the status of a control determinable is a visual status indicator on a keyboard.

Testing methods

Type of complianceTesting
Pre-conditions
  1. The ICT has a locking or toggle control.
  2. The locking or toggle control is presented to the user.
Procedure
  1. Check that there is at least one mode of operation where the status of all locking or toggle controls can be visually determined when the control is presented.
Result Pass: Check 1 is true
Fail: Check 1 is false

Requirement details

Reference number: 5.6.2

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