I wanted to ask what is the best way to transcribe the semicolon in between these enlarged grouping symbols. Should I be using the Transcriber-Inserted Grouping Symbols? The equations are displayed within a list.
The semicolons should align with the top line of each grouped pair. The comma will be dot 6, followed (unspaced) by a punctuation indicator and the semicolon. It looks odd, but the Nemeth rules are being followed, and it doesn't cause any misunderstanding as far as I can tell.
Here is an excerpt.
A0+B0LN (,R1) .K C0,_2
I was not able to open your braille file. I think you need to save it as a BRF file in order for others to see it in this forum.
These expressions are embedded within the paragraph, so you need only put a blank line before and after each grouped set. I don't see a need for a runover when using full margins. See attached brf file.
Let me know if I'm misunderstanding your question.