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Use the following keystrokes when using the braille

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Use the following keystrokes when using the braille EDGE as a Braille display with System Access: F1: Tab. F2: Escape. F3: Control. F 4: Alt. F5: Shift. F6: Insert. F7: Windows. F8: Applications. Up Arrow: Up Nav key. Down Arrow, Down Nav key. Left Arrow, Left Nav key. Right Arrow: Right Nav key. Home, UP-Left Nav key. End: Down-Right Nav key. Space-1-3-4: Menu Bar. Space-3-4: Start Menu. Space-1-2-5-6: Recent. Applications Menu or Alt+Tab. Space-2-3-4-5: Read Title. Space-2-3-4: Read Status. Dot-8 or Space-1-5: Enter. Dot-7 or Space-2-3: Backspace.
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Space-4-5: Tab. Space-1-2: Shift+Tab. Space-1-2-3-4-5-6: Say All. Space-1: Read Previous Line. Space-1-4: Read Current Line. Space-4: Read Next Line. Space-2: Read Previous Word. Space-2-5: Read Current Word. Space-5: Read Next Word. Space-3: Read Previous Character. Space-3-6: Read Current Character. Space-6: Read Next Character. Space-1-2-3: (Top Of Document. Space-4-5-6: Bottom Of Document. Space-1-3: HOME or Beginning Of Line. Space-4-6: END or End Of Line. Control Key: Stop Speech. Space-1-3-5-6: Close or Escape. 4.4.7 Using Braille EDGE with VoiceOver on the Mac. To use the Braille EDGE as a USB braille display with a Mac running VoiceOver, you can simply power on the Braille EDGe and connect it to the Mac via USB. The unit is immediately recognized and VoiceOver output is shown on the Braille display. Use the following steps to connect the Braille EDGE as a Bluetooth Braille display with a Mac running VoiceOver: 1. Ensure that the switch on the left side of the Braille EDGE is set to “Bluetooth”. 2. From the Braille EDGE main menu, navigate to “Terminal for Screen reader” and press “Enter”. 3. Press Vo-F8 to open voiceOver Utility. 4. Navigate to “Categories” and press Vo-Shift-Down to begin interacting with it. 5. Press B for Braille. 6. Press Vo-Shift-Up to stop interacting with the Categories group. 7. Press Vo-Right to “Display”, and press Vo-Space to activate it. 8. Navigate to “Add”, and press VoSpace to activate.
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9. VoiceOver announces “Searching for Bluetooth devices”. 10. Navigate to the “Bluetooth devices” list and press Vo-Shift-Down to interact with the table. 11. Navigate to “Braille EDGE” and press Vo-Shift-Up to stop interacting with the table. 12. Navigate to “Remember this device” and press Vo-Space to check the box. 13. Navigate to “select” and press Vo-Space” toactivate it. 14. VoiceOver asks for the pairing code and places you in the edit box. 15. Type 0000 and press “Enter”. You should hear a chime indicating VoiceOver has connected to your Braille EDGE 40 and you should begin seeing VoiceOver output on the Braille display. Use the following commands when using your Braille EDGE 40 as a Braille display on a Mac running VoiceOver: Scroll left: Pan Left. Scroll right: Pan Right.
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