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I am so confused. Can you please tell me how you would handle something very simple?
I am looking at Braille Formats 18.6.4 and trying to apply this to UEB.
18.6.4 Carets. Use a spaced caret symbol, 95 (35, 26), when a caret (^) indicates an insertion is to be made.
a. When print includes the insertion text, it is preceded by a spaced caret and followed by a spaced termination indicator (6, 3). The caret and termination indicator must be on the same line(s) as the first and last words, respectively, of the inserted text.
Do we still use the caret for insertions in UEB text? See my attachment please. Would I use the UEB caret? If so, How would I terminate it?
- This reply was modified 6 years, 6 months ago by Melissa Klepper.