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Re: Braille printers drivers

Hi.  I'm not sure of the need.  The last printer I set up was easy with cups.
I just chose the lline printer driver and it worked.  Normally, the difference with Braille printers is the format of the file.  The text will need to be converted to brf first.  This user uses turbobraille to translate the file before printing.  nfbtrans will also work to translate to and from brf file format.
I do admit my experience with Braille printers is limited, so hopefully others will respond.


On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 10:38:24AM +0200, Bruno Mascret wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are planning to make braille printers drivers for cups as a part of  
> the natbraille's project.
> We wonder if such work already exists.
> Do you have some ideas about existing project?
> Best regards,
> Bruno
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