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Great, thanks for the response! I appreciate it.
Great, thanks! And thanks for the reference to section 41.a.
Perfect! I think I understand it all now.
Thanks very much!
Kyle, thanks for the answers. That clears up a lot.
I just have one follow-up example. In the attached table, one column heading has ft squared, in parentheses. I'm guessing I would just use the Nemeth code switch indicators around that and do the rest of the table in UEB, right?
OK, got it. Thanks for the answers, Cindi!
Great, thank you, Kyle!
And oops about the Nemeth Code terminator! I'll be sure to fix that.
Thank you very much for the answers, and the encouragement!
I did have the symbols of the UEB square incorrect--thanks for pointing that out.
I just found some posts from January, saying vertical number lines are always done using tactile lines. That answers my question!
Got it. Thanks for the info and the brf file, Julie!
Thanks for the answer, Julie! I appreciate your help very much!
I have 2 more menu questions. I want to make sure I have everything correct so I can explain it to my co-workers.
- With a capitalized passage which extends over more than one text element, if the last text element is only 1 or 2 words, is it still ok to use the capital passage terminator after that element? Or would I terminate the last element that has 3 or more words, and use capital word indicators from that point on? In the attached pdf, FRESH BROCCOLI is the last element in the list. It seems wrong to have a capitalized passage indicator and terminator around 2 words, but maybe in the context of the continuous passage, that is correct.
- For a continuous passage that only has one or two word elements, should I just use all capital word indicators, not capital passage/terminators? In the pdf, the CRUSTS and SAUCES lists are what I'm wondering about.
Great, thanks for the information, Julie! And it's comforting to know I'm not alone in my confusion about the address 🙂
Thanks for the update, Julie! Now I'm questioning a couple more things--suddenly capitalized passages are throwing me for a loop.
In the attached menu items file, for the Appetizer list, I think I should treat that as a continuous passage, with three dot 6's in front of each line starting with kale, and a cap passage terminator after grilled pepperoni pizza.
For the items under Side Dishes, I think I should NOT treat them as a continuous passage, and should capitalize them separately.
Would you agree?
OK, got it. Thanks for clearing that up, Julie!
Great, thank you!