Re: Lines Without Page Numbers in a Table of Contents (BF §2.10.7b)
In regards to lines without page numbers in a table of contents, BF §2.10.7b states “Any line without a page number ends at least six cells before the right margin. This includes headings, notes, box lines, extraneous materials, etc.”
Is it correct that the words “right margin” refers to the physical margin of a page even though a line without a page number could end within one cell of the numeric indicator on either a line above or below the page number for a contents entry in a 1000+ page text (Example 1)?
Or, should the 2 cell space be maintained from the page numbers for contents entries on every line without page numbers (Example 2)?
Your braille examples did not come through as braille...but if I understand your question correctly, lines without page numbers end six cells from the right margin of the braille page - so there should be no text past cell 34.
While it is technically correct that 6 cells means from the margin of the page, I think it will make reading the document easier if you make sure to leave two cells in front of the page number...the rules says "AT LEAST six cells..." However, if you stick to the letter of the law...six cells is all that is required.