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Why does the alert for color contrast and Logical Reading order pop up again?

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Sep 08, 2020

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When I make my PDFs accessible I do the manual steps and check the color contrast and logical reading order and mark "Pass" which gives them a green checkmark. 

But when I reopen this file and make the full check, they pop up again.

This means I cannot deliver a PDF which has all problems fixed, or? 

Maybe there is some setting I still haven't found...

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Ulrika

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Correct answer by Karl Heinz Kremer | Adobe Community Professional

I've never done that. It is very easy for somebody to run the test again. I would say it depends on who you work with. Figure out what they want, and then come up with a process that works for both of you.

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Why does the alert for color contrast and Logical Reading order pop up again?

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When I make my PDFs accessible I do the manual steps and check the color contrast and logical reading order and mark "Pass" which gives them a green checkmark. 

But when I reopen this file and make the full check, they pop up again.

This means I cannot deliver a PDF which has all problems fixed, or? 

Maybe there is some setting I still haven't found...

Best regards
Ulrika

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Karl Heinz Kremer | Adobe Community Professional

I've never done that. It is very easy for somebody to run the test again. I would say it depends on who you work with. Figure out what they want, and then come up with a process that works for both of you.

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You need to attach the report to the document, and then when you open the file again, and open the accessibility report (do not run a test again, that would again show the two items to be manually checked), the report will show that you manually passed these two items. 

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Aha - thank you so much!

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A follow-up question: Would you recommend always to attach the report in this manner, when you deliver or publish an accessible PDF?

 

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I've never done that. It is very easy for somebody to run the test again. I would say it depends on who you work with. Figure out what they want, and then come up with a process that works for both of you.

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