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    shawngreiner
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    Good evening. I have a question that the code book does not address specifically. It is possible that I am missing an essential element and I hope you can clarify that for me. Look at the attachment and help me to identify how to braille the material to the right of the yield sign. How do I show that the sub- and superscripts are left hand to the "n" instead of right hand to the "2"?

     

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    #35324
    Lindy Walton
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    Thank you for your question. There is no way to show that the sub- and superscripts are left hand to the “n” instead of right hand to the “2”. Just as the print reader will understand from the context of the reaction, so will the braille reader.

    I can't seem to get the braille font to work tonight. Here is the ASCII. I have also attached an image of the braille.

    $O #2;0^1"N+;43^97",TC

     

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    #35326
    Lindy Walton
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    Aha, now I see the simbraille appears after I post! But the dot-5s are showing up as quotation marks. I'll try again:

    $O #2;0^1"N+;43^97",TC

    #35327
    Lindy Walton
    Participant

    Nope. Sorry for the technical issue. The " marks should be a simbraille dot 5.

    Lindy

    #35401
    kdejute
    Moderator

    ,! simbrl font has be5 fix$6

    The simbraille font has been fixed!

    –Kyle

    ,-,kyle

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