Hi Saralyn, I have a question about print page numbering. If the end of a print page corresponds with the end of a braille page, and they both continue on the next page each with their successive page numbers, do I need to put a page turn indicator on line 25 to indicate to the blind reader that the print page number is going to change on the following page, or do I just change the print page number on line 1 of the following page and assume the blind reader will know this? I hope I've made this clear what I am asking....
Also, with regards to the page change indicator: I'm transcribing verses from a Scripture called the Upanishads. There are some instances when I have to end the braille page on say line 22 or 3 because I cannot get a centered heading, blank line and first line of text on the page. Concurrently, the print page number is changing. So do I put a page change indicator on line 25 to alert the blind reader that the print page number is changing? Or just change the number on line 1 of the next page without giving any indication that it is going to change?
OK thanks for your reply. Hope this is clear enough.
Susie from Arizona.