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F1: Escape. F2: Go to Desktop. F3: Go to Menu bar. F4: Go to Spotlight Menu. F5: Go to Linked item. F6: Go to Pop-Up item. F7: Go to Beginning. F8: Go to End. F1+F2: Move to are before splitter. F3+F4: Move to area after splitter. Cursor Router: Perform default action. Status Router: Toggle expanded status description On/Off. Space-1: Move Left. Space-4: Move Right. Space-3: Move Up. Space-6: Move Down. Space-2-3: Select Previous roater item. Space-5-6: Select Next Roater Item. Space-1-2-3: Go to beginning. Space-4-5-6: Go to End. Space-1-2-3-5: Read content under VoiceOver Cursor. Space-2-4-5-6: Read from beginning to cursor.
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Space-3-6: Perform default action. Space-2-3-4: Go to menu bar. Space-3-4-5: increase Volume. Space-1-2-6: Decrease volume. Space-1-2: Escape. Space-1-4-5: Delete key. Space-1-5: Return key. Space-2-3-4-5: Tab key. Space-1-2-3-4-5-6: Toggle Screen Curtain on/off. Space-1-2-3-4: Pause/resume speech. Space-1-3-4: Toggle Speech on/off. Space-1-3: Keyboard Help. Space-1-2-3-4-6: Label item. Space-2-5-6: Go to Dock. Space-1-2-4: Find. Space-1-3-6: Open Voice Over Utility. Space-2-4: Item Chooser. Space-2-5: Open Shortcut Menu. Space-1-2-5: Open VoiceOver Help Menu. Space-2-4-6: Page Left. Space-1-3-5: Pate Right. Space-3-4-5-6: Page up. Space-1-4-5-6: Page Down. Space-3-4: Speak Current page in scroll area. Space-2-3-6: Star interacting with Item. Space-3-5-6: Stop interacting with Item. Space-2: Pan Left. Space-5: Pan Right. Space-1-3-4-5: Display announcement history. Space-1-2-4-5: Toggle Contracted Braille On/Off. Space-1-7: Move Up. Space-4-7: Move Down. Space-2-5-6-7: Go to Desktop. 4.4.8 Using the Braille EDGE with IOS devices Use the following instructions to connect the Braille EDGE as a Bluetooth Braille display with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.
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Note: You must be running IOS 4.2 or higher on your i-device in order to use the Braille EDGE as a Bluetooth Braille display with VoiceOver. These instructions refer to the iPhone, however, they apply to all compatible i- devices: iPhone 3Gs and higher, iPad, and iPod Touch 3G and later. On the Braille EDGE: 1) Turn Bluetooth on by moving Bluetooth switch to the rear position. 2) Press B(dots 1-2) or move to the “Terminal for Screen Reader” item in the menu and press “Enter”. 3) Braille EDGE displays “Terminal mode”. On the I-Phone: 1) Navigate to Settings/General/Accessibility/VoiceOver/Braille. 2) If Bluetooth is not activated on the I-Phone, it will prompt you to do this. WHEN Bluetooth is activated, the I-Phone searches for devices. 3) The Braille EDGE should appear in the list of available Braille devices. 4) Double tap the "Braille EDGE" in the Braille devices list. 5) You are asked for a pin code. Enter 0000, as this is the default code for the Braille EDGE 40. 6) Double tap the "Pair" button. You should hear a chime on the iPhone, and the text displayed on the iPhone should appear on the Terminal for Screen Reader of your Braille EDGE.
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