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2 press nvda key n to open the nvda menu 3 arrow down

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2) Press “NVDA key-N” to open the NVDA menu. 3) Arrow down to “Preferences” and press “Enter”. 4) Arrow down to “Braille Settings” and press “Enter”. 5) Choose “HIMS Braille Sense/Braille EDGE” from the Braille Display combo box. 6) Tab to the “Port” combo box and ensure that it is set correctly. (NVDA employs automatic port detection, so you should not need to chane this setting) 7) Tab among the various combo boxes to choose options such as output and Input tables, cursor options, etc. Use the Up and Down arrows to navigate among the choices in each combo box. 8) When you have finished choosing your settings, Tab to “OK” and press “Enter”. Note: Make sure the “Save configuration on Exit” box is checked in the NVDA menu in order to ensure your settings for the Braille EDGE are saved, thus the braille EDGE will automatically connect each time you use NVDA in the future. Use the following keystrokes when using Braille EDGE with NVDA: Scroll Braille Display Back: Left Scroll Down. Scroll Braille Display Forward: Right Scroll Down. Move Braille Display to Previous Line: Left Scroll Up.
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Move Braille Display to Next Line: Right Scroll Up. Route to braille cell: Cursor routing key. Shift-Tab: Space-1-2. Alt Key: Space-1-3-4. Escape Key: Space-1-5. Tab Key: Space-4-5. Enter Key: Dot-8. Backspace Key: Dot-7. Up Arrow Key: Space-1. Down Arrow Key: Space-4. CapsLock: Space-1-3-6. ShiftAlt-Tab Key: F1-F2-F3. Alt-Tab Key: F2-F3. End Key: Space-4-6. Control-End Key: Space-4-5-6. Home Key: Space-1-3. Control-Home Key: Space-1-2-3. Left Arrow Key: Space-3. Control-Shift-Left Arrow Key: Space-2-8-F1. Control-Left Arrow Key: Space-2. Shift-Alt-Left Arrow key: Dot-2-7-F1. Alt-Left Arrow Key: Dots-2-7. Right Arrow Key: Space-6. Control-Shift-Right Arrow Key: Space-5-8-F1. Control-Right Arrow Key: Space-5. Shift-AltRight Arrow Key: Dots-5-7-F1. Alt-Right Arrow Key: Dots-5-7. Page-Up Key: Space-1-2-6. Control-PageUp Key: Space-1-2-6-8. Control-Shift-Up Arrow Key: Space-2-3-8-F1. Control-Up Arrow Key: Space-2-3. Shift-Alt-Up Arrow Key: Dots-2-3-7-F1. Alt-Up Arrow Key: Dots-2-3-7. Shift-Up Arrow Key: Left scroll Down-Space. Page-Down Key: Space-3-4-5. Control-PageDown Key: Space-3-4-5-8. Control-Shift-Down Arrow Key: Space-5-6-8-F1. Control-Down Arrow Key: Space-5-6. Shift-Alt-Down Arrow Key: Dots-5-7-8-F1. alt-Down Arrow Key: Dots-5-6-7.
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Shift-Down Arrow Key: Right Scroll Down-Space. Delete Key: Space-1-3-5. F1 key: Space-1-2-5. F3 Key: Dots-1-2-4-8. F4 Key: Dot-7-F3. Windows-B Key: Dots-1-2-F1. Windows-D Key: Dots-1-4-5-F1. 4.4.7 Using Braille EDGE with System Access. Currently, The Braille EDGE works with System Access using only a Bluetooth connection. To use your Braille EDGE as a Braille display with System Access, ensure the Braille EDGE is powered on, in Terminal Mode, and that the Bluetooth/USB switch is set to “Bluetooth”. When System Access is started, the EDGE is automatically detected, and Braille begins displaying.
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