Hi. I have been reading everything I could find here on Ask The Expert (which was plenty) about how to braille keystrokes with directional arrow heads only, no shaft. I am still lost. Could you please tell me how these should be brailled. My scanner is not working right now or I would attach it to this message. However, it is very basic; These are keystrokes to be entered on a graphing calculator, and are filled in directional arrow heads (no shaft). I would braille the keystroke indicator and then how would I braille any of the four arrow directions, up, down, right, left. Thanks in advance.
Additionally I am not sure how to braille a this item that is listed as a keystroke in print. It is enclosed in a rectangle shape and reads X,T,0,n inside the shape. My question is, do I leave a space between the comma(s) and the next letter/number or do I leave no spaces as the print shows? edited by ricia2001 on 1/29/2014