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Re: Fenrir 1.9.2 Released

I don't have Python skills either, but I have a braille display. I, however, don't have Linux rightnnow, just Mac and Windows. 

On Tue, Jul 17, 2018 at 12:46 PM john doe <johndoe65534@mail.com> wrote:
On 7/17/2018 7:01 PM, chrys wrote:
> Howdy Devin,
> sure thing as soon as i figure how lol. i dont own an braille device so 
> i just can do most of that stuff "blind" lol.
> for stuff like that it would be really awesome to have someone with 
> python dev skills and braille device on my side :). i m not blind so 
> maybe i m not the best person to say how it needs to be done that it is 
> perfect.
> i already started the implementation and basic stuff should be doable 
> but its not production ready yet.
> thats why the default braille driver is currently dummy lol. but basic 
> brltty usage is already implemented and also some needed bits to show up 
> some text on the braille device and flush it.
> panning should be in place as well. but all untested lol. i will add 
> your request to the list.
> here the outstanding todos if someone wants to dive in and help out :).
> Braille Support:
>    [] brailleFocusMode:
>      [] manual = no automatic toggle, command used (text cursor, review 
> cursor, attribute cursor)
>      [] last = follow last used cursor (text cursor, review cursor, 
> attribute cursor)
>    [] print cursor in review
>    [] print cursor in textmode / attribute tracking
>    [] word wrapping (if word does not fit print it at next page)
>    [] command toggle used cursor (in manual brailleFocusMode)
>    [] capture input from braile
>    [] make routing keys assignable by keyboard
>    [] make brailleTable configurable
>    [] tuning for the commands, what should be pinned, what should be 
> flushed, what not shown at all.
> JFYI same for dectalk :). i want to provide an dectalk speech driver. 
> but i dont own an device. speech drivers designed are really simple. so 
> maybe someone with an device can help out here as well.

I don't have the python skills but maybe you could emulate a brail display:


You could have a look at NVDA which is also written in python:


John Doe

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