We are stumped on a numbering issue and need a little guidance. We are transcribing a UEB book containing several flowcharts. I have attached the example in question. In the attached document, I have numbered the boxes through 7. I have also included a DMC in the right margin (in red). Our question is:
We reached box 7, which is a stop. We must go back to our DMC for further numbering. Do we go back up to box 2 and continue to go counter clockwise, back through 3, and number Fiber 8?
Or do we go back up to Box 2 and go straight down to Starch-gluten separation and number that 8?
I have also attached a portion of the flowchart in braille. We have included the special symbols on the Special Symbols page. (there is more than one of these in this volume) We added a category heading. I know that is not really done anymore but we thought we might make an exception for this. Your thoughts?
Thanks for your patience. You are on the right track. I've attached the flowchart with the remaining boxes numbered. When you are done with box 7, go back up to box 3, not box 2, because box 2 is done.
I'm not sure what DMC stands for.
I like your use of non-UEB code switch indicators. A category heading on the SS page seems a good choice in this case.