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Hi Lindy and thank you!November 15, 2019 at 9:31 pm in reply to: Computer code with shapes, equations, and underscores #34704
I've done a partial transcription of the two pages I provided in the pdf file. For page 165, I've followed your suggestion to use the Computer Braille Code underscore symbol, and I defined it in a TN preceding the table. This may be the best solution. Please let me know if you think of anything else. The braille example is attached.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.October 27, 2018 at 12:36 pm in reply to: Different fonts used for A for "Area" and A labeling a vertex #32173
Thank you!!! That's what I had done, but that script A just seemed to complicate things making me nervous about my decision. It's so helpful getting a second opinion!
Thank you, thank you, Kyle!!!July 3, 2018 at 11:02 pm in reply to: Free standing question mark – not sign of omission #31436
Thanks, Kyle. That was exactly what I needed to know.
I would like some additional clarification on this, please, Kyle. In the conference session Nemeth in UEB, October 2016, Dorothy Wellington had a table on page 45 (Example 28). Row headings were words, and they were brailled uncontracted and without any code switch indicators. They were in a section being brailled in Nemeth code. The conference note for this says, "The row headings are considered to be part of the technical material. The single-word switch indicator is not required. Contractions are not used within Nemeth indicators." How do I know when a wordy part of a Nemeth table (row headings/column headings) is "part of the technical material"? I would assume this would also apply to graphics such as labels for bar graphs (label for vertical scale?/horizontal scale?) I'm just at a bit of a loss on this.
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