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2.9 Using a USB mouse with the Braille EDGE 40 You can use a USB mouse with the Braille EDGE 40 for additional navigation options in Braille EDGE’s built in applications. To connect a mouse to the Braille EDGE 40, follow below instructions: 1) Connect your USB mouse to the included USB OTG gender adapter. 2) Connect the USB OTG gender adapter cable to the USB OTG port on the Braille EDGE 40. You can use the mouse to perform the following functions on the Braille EDGE 40: 1) Click the right mouse button: Open menu/ Alt 2) Double click the right mouse button: Open the “Global Options” menu/Space-O (dots1-3-5) 3) Click the left mouse button: Select or deselect current item (Only in the file browser) 4) Double click the left mouse button: Execute the selected function
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5) Click both right and left mouse buttons: Exit function/ Space-Z(dots 1-2- 5-6) 6) Scroll wheel down one click: Move to the next item, Space-dot 4 7) Scroll wheel up one click: Move to the previous item, Space-dot 1 8) Click mouse wheel in file browser: Move back a level in the folder structure. 9) Click mouse wheel in notepad: cycle scrolling unit between line, sentence, paragraph, and page. 10) Double click mouse wheel in Notepad: toggle auto scroll on/off. 11) Click left mouse button in Notepad: Start block or exit You can also use the mouse wheel to quickly scroll through documents or file or menu lists. 2.10 Global Hot Keys Use the following hot keys to query information about your Braille EDGE 40 from most places on the unit. 1) Check capacity of SD card: Space-S (Not available when in Information, Braille Terminal, or Global Options) 2) Check battery status: Space-P 3) Check firmware version: Space-F 4) Check Bluetooth status: Space-B 5) Check Date and Time: Space-T 6) Open Options menu: Space-O 7) Open onboard Help: Space-H The above hot keys are not available when you are in Information, Terminal for Screen Reader, or the Options menu. Help is not available when in a dialog box.
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3. Notepad 3.1 What is the Notepad? The Notepad on the Braille EDGE 40 can be used to manage, read, create, and edit documents without connecting to a PC or cell phone. The Notepad supports basic editing functions such as selecting and manipulating text, find, replace, mark functions, and inserting date, time, or calculator results. Note: You cannot use the Notepad program on the Braille EDGE if an SD card is not inserted. If you attempt to open the program without an SD card inserted, the message, “SD card does not exist” is displayed and the Notepad program is closed. The "notepad" supports creation and editing of TXT and Braille files. Read Only support is also available for RTF, DOC, and DOCX files. 3.2 Execute and Exit “Notepad” is the first item in the Braille EDGE 40’s main menu. To execute the program: navigate to it and press the right arrow button or press a cursor routing key twice. Or you can press the hot key, N (dots 1-3-4-5).
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