[Accessibility-handlers] Braille correction

Vladimir Bulatov vladimir.bulatov at viewplus.com
Mon Jan 21 10:05:51 PST 2008

Here is new paragraph about braille tables


Simple ASCII strings are normally used to communicate braille to braille 
devices. However, there are a lot of specific ASCII-to-dots pattern-encoding 
tables used to generate braille that conforms to a natural language's braille 
conventions. Therefore AT and expert handler have to negotiate braille table to 
be used. Another more universal approach would be use special braille Unicode 
symbols in range from 0x2800 to 0x28FF.

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