Key Table: Papenmeier BrailleX Compact/Tiny

Contents

Notes

  • RoutingKey1 refers to the row of keys just behind the text cells.

Default Bindings

Cursor Functions

  • go to screen cursor: Home
  • bring screen cursor to character: RoutingKey1

Vertical Navigation

  • go up one line: Backward
  • go down one line: Forward
  • go to top line: Attribute+Backward
  • go to bottom line: Attribute+Forward
  • go to beginning of top line: Function+Backward
  • go to beginning of bottom line: Function+Forward
  • go up to nearest line with different content: Function+Up
  • go down to nearest line with different content: Function+Down
  • go up to nearest line with different highlighting: Attribute+Up
  • go down to nearest line with different highlighting: Attribute+Down
  • go up to first line of paragraph: Cursor+Up
  • go down to first line of next paragraph: Cursor+Down
  • go up several lines: Up
  • go down several lines: Down
  • go up to nearest line with less indent than character: Cursor+RoutingKey1
  • go down to nearest line with less indent than character: Braille+RoutingKey1

Horizontal Navigation

  • go backward one braille window: Function
  • go forward one braille window: Attribute
  • go to beginning of line: Function+Home
  • go to end of line: Attribute+Home
  • go left one character: Cursor+Home
  • go right one character: Braille+Home
  • go left half a braille window: Cursor
  • go right half a braille window: Braille

Clipboard Functions

  • start new clipboard at character: Function+RoutingKey1
  • rectangular copy to character: Attribute+RoutingKey1
  • insert clipboard text after screen cursor: Function+Attribute
  • search backward for clipboard text: Braille+Up
  • search forward for clipboard text: Braille+Down