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  • #27938
    Tung
    Participant

    Hello Cindi,

    Per Braille Format 2011 Section 8.3.4b page 8-5: Does this mean the list ALWAYS starts on line 3 when a running head is used regardless how many blank lines are left at the end of the previous page?

    Please help clarify this matter. Thank you very much.

    #27940
    claurent
    Moderator

    8.3.4 Lists Starting at the Top of Braille Pages

    a. A list can start on line 1 when a running head is not used, if there are two or more blank lines at the bottom of the previous page. Start the list on line 2 when braille is on the last, or next-to-last line of the previous page.

    b. A list starts on line 3 when a running head is used.

    The guidelines specify in this section that a list starts on line 3 when a running head is used.

    Cindi

    • This reply was modified 7 years, 3 months ago by claurent.
    #27942
    Tung
    Participant

    Thank you very much.

    #35468
    Janice L. Carroll
    Participant

    Does the reply below also hold true for centered, cell-5, and cell-7 headings. I have a software issue that is placing a cell-5 heading on line 2 when I do not have a running head.

    Thanks

    8.3.4 Lists Starting at the Top of Braille Pages

    a. A list can start on line 1 when a running head is not used, if there are two or more blank lines at the bottom of the previous page. Start the list on line 2 when braille is on the last, or next-to-last line of the previous page.

    b. A list starts on line 3 when a running head is used.

    The guidelines specify in this section that a list starts on line 3 when a running head is used.

     

    #35470
    claurent
    Moderator

    BF 4.3.1 says "A heading can be placed on line 1 of the braille page if a running head is not used."

    Cindi

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