Key Table: Papenmeier BrailleX 2D Screen Soft

Contents

Notes

  • There are 13 keys on the front. The rectangular key at the center is named Shift. The square keys immediately to its left and right are named Home and End. The left and right bars are named Up and Down. The four square keys at the very left are named: Dot7, Dot3, Dot2, Dot1. The four square keys at the very right are named: Dot4, Dot5, Dot6, Dot8.
  • RoutingKey1 refers to the row of keys just behind the text cells.
  • The keys to the left of the status cells are named Status.1 through Status.22.

Default Bindings

Special Modes

  • enter/leave help display: Status.1
  • enter/leave command learn mode: Status.2
  • enter/leave preferences menu: Status.10
  • enter/leave status display: Status.4
  • set display mode attributes/text: Status.7
  • set display mode attributes: Status.7+Dot8
  • set display mode text: Status.7+Dot7
  • set screen image frozen/unfrozen: Status.8
  • set screen image frozen: Status.8+Dot8
  • set screen image unfrozen: Status.8+Dot7
  • describe character: Dot4+RoutingKey1
  • show current date and time:
    • Dots1237
    • Status.21
  • switch to Default Bindings: Dots23+Shift
  • switch to Chorded Commands Mode: Dots23+Home
  • switch to Braille Input Mode: Dots23+End

Cursor Functions

  • go to screen cursor: Shift
  • go back after cursor tracking: Status.5
  • bring screen cursor to character: RoutingKey1
  • bring screen cursor to current line: Status.3

Vertical Navigation

  • go up one line: Up
  • go down one line: Down
  • go to top line: Home
  • go to bottom line: End
  • go to beginning of top line: Dot1+Home
  • go to beginning of bottom line: Dot1+End
  • go up to nearest line with different content: Dot1
  • go down to nearest line with different content: Dot4
  • go up to nearest line with different highlighting: Dot2
  • go down to nearest line with different highlighting: Dot5
  • go up to first line of paragraph: Dot3
  • go down to first line of next paragraph: Dot6
  • go up to previous command prompt: Dot7
  • go down to next command prompt: Dot8
  • go up several lines: Dots12
  • go down several lines: Dots45
  • go up to nearest line with less indent than character: Dots37+RoutingKey1
  • go down to nearest line with less indent than character: Dots68+RoutingKey1
  • go up to nearest line with different character: Dots12+RoutingKey1
  • go down to nearest line with different character: Dots45+RoutingKey1

Horizontal Navigation

  • go backward one braille window: Dot1+Up
  • go forward one braille window: Dot1+Down
  • go to beginning of line: Dot1+Shift
  • go to end of line: Dot4+Shift
  • go left one character: Dot4+Home
  • go right one character: Dot4+End
  • go left half a braille window: Dot4+Up
  • go right half a braille window: Dot4+Down
  • place left end of braille window at character: Dot1+RoutingKey1

Clipboard Functions

  • start new clipboard at character: Dot7+RoutingKey1
  • append to clipboard from character: Dot3+RoutingKey1
  • linear copy to character: Dot6+RoutingKey1
  • rectangular copy to character: Dot8+RoutingKey1
  • insert clipboard text after screen cursor: Status.22
  • search backward for clipboard text: Dots37
  • search forward for clipboard text: Dots68

Configuration Functions

  • set autorepeat on/off: Status.19
  • set autorepeat on: Status.19+Dot8
  • set autorepeat off: Status.19+Dot7
  • set text style 6-dot/8-dot: Status.15
  • set text style 6-dot: Status.15+Dot8
  • set text style 8-dot: Status.15+Dot7
  • set skipping of lines with identical content on/off: Status.14
  • set skipping of lines with identical content on: Status.14+Dot8
  • set skipping of lines with identical content off: Status.14+Dot7
  • set track screen cursor on/off: Status.6
  • set track screen cursor on: Status.6+Dot8
  • set track screen cursor off: Status.6+Dot7
  • set screen cursor visibility on/off: Status.12
  • set screen cursor visibility on: Status.12+Dot8
  • set screen cursor visibility off: Status.12+Dot7
  • set attribute underlining on/off: Status.13
  • set attribute underlining on: Status.13+Dot8
  • set attribute underlining off: Status.13+Dot7

Speech Functions

  • stop speaking: Dot7+Up
  • speak current line: Dot7+Down
  • speak from top of screen through current line: Dot7+Home
  • speak from current line through bottom of screen: Dot7+End
  • go to current speaking position: Dot7+Shift
  • decrease speaking volume: Dot8+Up
  • increase speaking volume: Dot8+Down
  • decrease speaking rate: Dot8+Home
  • increase speaking rate: Dot8+End
  • set autospeak on/off: Status.18
  • set autospeak on: Status.18+Dot8
  • set autospeak off: Status.18+Dot7

Keyboard Input

  • cursor-left key: Dot2+Home
  • cursor-right key: Dot2+End
  • cursor-up key: Dot2+Up
  • cursor-down key: Dot2+Down
  • page-up key: Dot5+Up
  • page-down key: Dot5+Down
  • home key: Dot5+Home
  • end key: Dot5+End
  • insert key: Dot5+Shift
  • function key: Dot2+RoutingKey1
  • tab key: Dot2+Shift
  • clear all sticky input modifiers: Dot6+Shift
  • cycle the Shift sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dot6+Up
  • cycle the Control sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dot6+Down
  • cycle the Meta (Left Alt) sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dot6+Home
  • cycle the GUI (Windows) sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dot6+End
  • switch to a specific virtual terminal: Dot5+RoutingKey1
  • set braille input mode dots/text: Status.20
  • set braille input mode dots: Status.20+Dot8
  • set braille input mode text: Status.20+Dot7

Special Functions

  • restart braille driver: Status.16
  • restart speech driver:
    • Dot8+Shift
    • Status.17

Chorded Commands Mode

Special Modes

  • enter/leave help display: Dots125
  • enter/leave command learn mode: Dots123
  • enter/leave preferences menu: Dots1234
  • enter/leave status display: Dots234
  • set display mode attributes/text: Dots145
  • set display mode attributes: Dots1458
  • set display mode text: Dots1457
  • set screen image frozen/unfrozen: Dots124
  • set screen image frozen: Dots1248
  • set screen image unfrozen: Dots1247

Cursor Functions

  • bring screen cursor to current line: Dots1236

Clipboard Functions

  • insert clipboard text after screen cursor: Dots1346
  • save clipboard to disk: Dots13468
  • restore clipboard from disk: Dots13467

Configuration Functions

  • set autorepeat on/off: Dots1235
  • set autorepeat on: Dots12358
  • set autorepeat off: Dots12357
  • set text style 6-dot: Dots235
  • set text style 8-dot: Dots236
  • set skipping of lines with identical content on/off: Dots24
  • set skipping of lines with identical content on: Dots248
  • set skipping of lines with identical content off: Dots247
  • set skipping of blank braille windows on/off: Dots12
  • set skipping of blank braille windows on: Dots128
  • set skipping of blank braille windows off: Dots127
  • set sliding braille window on/off: Dots2456
  • set sliding braille window on: Dots24568
  • set sliding braille window off: Dots24567
  • set track screen cursor on/off: Dots2345
  • set track screen cursor on: Dots23458
  • set track screen cursor off: Dots23457
  • set screen cursor visibility on/off: Dots14
  • set screen cursor visibility on: Dots148
  • set screen cursor visibility off: Dots147
  • set attribute underlining on/off: Dots136
  • set attribute underlining on: Dots1368
  • set attribute underlining off: Dots1367

Menu Operations

  • restore preferences from disk: Dots12347
  • save preferences to disk: Dots12348

Keyboard Input

  • escape key: Dots26
  • cursor-left key: Dot3
  • cursor-right key: Dot6
  • cursor-up key: Dot1
  • cursor-down key: Dot4
  • page-up key: Dots23
  • page-down key: Dots56
  • home key: Dot2
  • end key: Dot5
  • insert key: Dots35
  • delete key: Dots256
  • tab key: Dots45
  • clear all sticky input modifiers: Dots78
  • cycle the Upper sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dots68
  • cycle the Shift sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dots48
  • cycle the Control sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dots38
  • cycle the Meta (Left Alt) sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dots28
  • cycle the AltGr (Right Alt) sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dots58
  • cycle the GUI (Windows) sticky input modifier (next, on, off): Dots18
  • switch to the previous virtual terminal: Dots12367
  • switch to the next virtual terminal: Dots12368
  • set braille keyboard enabled/disabled: Dots13
  • set braille keyboard enabled: Dots138
  • set braille keyboard disabled: Dots137

Braille Input Mode

Keyboard Input

  • braille keyboard dot1: Dot1
  • braille keyboard dot2: Dot2
  • braille keyboard dot3: Dot3
  • braille keyboard dot4: Dot4
  • braille keyboard dot5: Dot5
  • braille keyboard dot6: Dot6
  • braille keyboard dot7: Dot7
  • braille keyboard dot8: Dot8
  • type braille dots [space]: Dot3+Down
  • backspace key: Dot3+Home
  • escape key: Dot3+Shift
  • delete key: Dot3+End
  • enter key: Dot3+Up