Sample 16-6 shows the quote's margin at two cells to the right of the line above it, which certainly makes sense, but I can't find a reference in the guidelines as to why that should be. Elsewhere, we are told that the adjusted left margin for displayed material is in cell 3 or, for exercises, in cell 5. Can you point me in the right direction?
Sample 16-6 is a note that contains a quote. At the conclusion of this sample there is a link to return to the text. Try that. That takes you to Section 16.5.4 where the braille formatting is specificallly discussed for this specific situation.
Section 16.5.4 only refers one to Section 9, which says that the adjusted left margin for displayed material is in cell 3 or, for exercises, in cell 5. I'm wondering why the quote in Sample 16-6 is in cell 5, since it is not an exercise. I like it there in cell 5, but I can find no guideline explaining why that should be. I'm hoping you can help me.
16.5.4 refers only to notes contained in quoted matter and does not concern other displayed materials. Section 9.2.2 says that it may be necessary to change the left margin for some types of displayed material and 16.5.4 is an example of that.