Dorothy, here I am again asking about a problem I thought I had solved. I am again brailling keystrokes for a TI-83 graphing calculator. The text says,
Use the (boxed circumflex) or (boxed inverted caret) key to move to another line.
Literally, this sign, ^, is inside a box or square (a modified expression). I understand they are directional keys. Do I use the sign for the Caret circumflex/inverted, or do I use the angel brackets? I think two heads are better than one on this. Thanks! Laura
This is Joanna, posting for Lindy Walton, who is covering for Dorothy who is away. We had some technical problem entering the message directly, so we have posted Lindy's response in the doc file attached. The file has simulated braille, which should look like braille dots, not ascii.
Please let us know if there are any problems with this.