Biblos emboss braille text and tactile graphics
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A feature of Biblos is to create BRF files. BRF files contain simple ASCII text that represents the final braille text, already formatted and to be printed. Biblos overshadows this functionality because it makes it easier for the user to emboss braille.
Today, BRF files can be used with some portable braille displays. Therefore it is useful to know how to create BRF files using Biblos.
The first thing to do is configure the braille parameters. As with Braille printing, this configuration is only done for the first time.
Whenever you want to create a BRF file
BRF files are already encoded files. If you want to change the encoding of your preview and BRF files
Remember that character encoding is something else than the transcription and braille table you use. In most cases, there is no need to change the coding. The default is North American encoding.
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