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.
- Locking or toggle controls are those controls that can only have two or three states and that keep their state while being used.
- 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.
|Type of compliance||Testing|
|Result||Pass: Check 1 is true
Fail: Check 1 is false