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If this option is set to “On”, ‘file name’, ‘size’, ‘build date’ and ‘item number’ are displayed. Ex) ‘noname.brl ob 01:01:2009 1/1’ Use “Space” to toggle this option. Press “Enter” to save the setting. If you want to cancel the option setting, press ‘Esc’ key and you are returned to the main menu. 4. Startup Mode: Main menu/New document/Recent document/ Terminal for Screen Reader/Calculator This option allows you to choose the program to be executed when Braille EDGE 40 boots up. For example, if this option is set to “New document”, Braille EDGE 40 launches “New document” as soon as the unit is turned on and you can type data into the document. Default is “Main Menu”. Use “Space” to toggle this option. If you want to cancel the option setting, press ‘Esc’ key and you are returned to the main menu. Note: This option applies when the Braille EDGE 40 boots from a soft or hard reset. It does not apply when using the Power button to power off/on the unit, as this operation returns you to the position at which you powered the unit off. 5. Play Sound: On/Off This option allows you to choose whether the Braille EDGE 40 provides audio alerts.. If this option is set to “Off”, alert sounds and signal sounds are not heard. The default is “On”. Use “Space” to toggle this option. If you want to cancel the option setting, press ‘Esc’ key and you are returned to the main menu. 6. Braille grade for messages: Contracted/Uncontracted/Computer Braille This option lets you choose what grade of Braille you want to use when viewing messages. The available settings are Uncontracted Braille, Contracted Braille, and Computer Braille. You can cycle among the settings by pressing “Space”. If you want to cancel the option setting, press ‘Esc’ key and you are returned to the main menu.
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7. Braille Table: Spanish/French/Germany/Italian/English/UK/Polish/Denmark/Turkey/Hebre w This option allows you to choose which Braille table is used when opening .brl files in the Notepad. Available settings are “Spanish”/ “French”/ “German”/ “Italian”/ “English”, “UK”, “Polish”, “Denmark”, “Turkey” and “Hebrew”. The default is “English”. Use “Space” to cycle through the available options. If you want to cancel the option setting, press ‘Esc’ key and you are returned to the main menu. 8. Message Display Time: Ignore/1sec/2sec/3sec/4sec/5sec/Stand by This option defines how the Braille EDGE 40 deals with system messages. You can set the unit to ignore system messages, to stand by until you press a key, or, you can define how long the message remains on the display before automatically disappearing. The available settings are “Ignore”, “1sec”, “2sec”, “3sec”, “4sec”, “5sec”, and “Stand by”.
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