[Menvi-discuss] fonts and such
Jared Rimer, MENVI webmaster
menvi-webmaster at menvi.org
Sun May 6 11:48:32 PDT 2012
Jumo braille is used for those who can't read standard braille, I did
have a look at it once, and for me, I had a hard time reading it. But I
could do it if needed. Its a bit larger than standard braille.
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On 4/20/2012 8:32 AM, Chris Smart wrote:
> At 08:40 PM 4/19/2012, you wrote:
>> You're doing fine. Just exactly what I wanted. Thanks. And, yes, one
>> can make braille larger or smaller on a computer.
> Yes, visually. but not when it comes to actual tactile Braille. There is
> something called jumbo Braille, but it isn't used that much.
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