[chuck-users] Multiline Braille display
rdpoor at gmail.com
Wed Aug 24 23:03:01 EDT 2011
I always thought the way to make a multiline Braille display was with
a fingertip sized "mouse" that would actuate mechanical pins as you
roll over a virtual page. You'd want the pins to have a much higher
resolution than standard Braille so you could simulate smooth motion.
Does anyone make anything like that yet?
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On Aug 24, 2011, at 5:01 PM, tempjayren at gmail.com wrote:
> my thoughts on indentation as regards screen readers, bad idea. unless
> you are using a multiline braille display, then it could work.
> unfortunately, i don't know of such a beast, though a single line
> braille display is expensive in itself, a multiline one would be
> and probably best used by someone that had no ears as well as eyes,
> that would make chuck coding rather silly to my way of thinking.
> On 8/24/2011 10:18 AM, Kassen wrote:
>> chuck doesn't seem to care about how .ck files look, or am i
>>> wrong there?
>> Not at all, no, whatever works for you is fine. Actually part of
>> the whole
>> point of ChucK is that it should be there for you, not for the
>> That said; I would take future usage of the file into account and
>> try to
>> make things clear for people who may read it in the future (maybe
>> you in
>> half a year <smile>). I could imagine that some forms of
>> indentation would
>> be especially good for working with screen-readers, I wonder
>> whether any
>> research has been done there.
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