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Pan Left, left Down Scroll key. Move to next item, Space-4. Navigate to Previous item: Space-1. Navigate to Next Line: F3. Navigate to Previous Line: F2. Scroll Forward: Space-F3. Scroll Backward: Space-F2. Activate item: Press cursor routing key above item. Long Press Item: Long press of cursor router above item. Activate Back Button: Space-1-2. Activate Home Button: Space-1-2-5.
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Open notifications Window: Space-1-3-4-5. Open Recent Apps Window: Space-1-2-3-5. Activate “Enter” while typing Text: Space-dot-8. Backspace when entering Text: Space-dot-7. Delete when entering text: Space-2-5-6. Open BrailleBack keyboard help: Space=1=2=3. 4.5 Terminal Clipboard Terminal Clipboard allows you to create and edit text on the Braille EDGE before sending it via the Terminal for Screen Reader to the connected device. This can be useful in instances like when using VoiceOver on an i- device, in which characters are translated as they are sent to the IPhone or iPad. In this case, if you do not type quickly, characters may be mistranslated. For example: if you type "t e l l" and do not type quickly enough, VoiceOver could potentially translate this as "thateverylikelike" as, if there are pauses in typing, each Braille character can potentially be translated to its whole word equivalent. In the same way, editing text is also difficult as, any letter or single character Braille contraction, when typed by itself is translated as that contraction. So, if you are attempting to type the word "talk", and accidentally type "tall", when you delete the l and type the k the k is translated as "knowledge". Thus, the text you get is "talknowledge". To truly fix the word, you must erase the entire word and type it again. Thus, creating/editing text when using a Braille display is sometimes a very exact and tedious business. As explained above, the Terminal Clipboard allows you to create and edit text on the Braille EDGE and send the completed text to the connected computer or SmartPhone via the Terminal for Screen reader. To enter "Terminal Clipboard", press "Space-enter-I(dote 2-4)". The Braille EDGE displays "Terminal Clipboard", and places you in an edit box. Type and edit your text using normal text entry and edit commands. In "Terminal Clipboard", the Braille display and keyboard are temporarily disabled from sending/receiving information to/from your connected computer or i-device, so that you may use them for creating/editing your text. For more
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information on text entry and editing, please see section 3 of this manual on the Notepad. When you are finished typing the text you wish to send to your computer or smartphone, press "enter" and the text is quickly inputted to the device via the Terminal for Screen reader, and your Braille EDGE returns to sending/receiving information to and from the connected device.
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5. Applications To open “Applications”, navigate to “Applications” using “Space-1” or “Space-4” and press “Enter”. You can also execute “Applications” from the main menu by pressing “A (dot1)”.
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