[bksvol-discuss] Braille Translator

Nope, haven't noticed it. The Braille translator puts in a line of dashes at the occurrence of a page break, which is proper convention in a Braille book for keeping track of print pages. I haven't checked every book I have submitted or validated, but I have checked several, and it appears that the page breaks show up where they should as far as I can tell.


Evan

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Now that we are mentioning the braille translator, what does the translator do to page breaks and page numbers? I have downloaded books where I know the page numbers and breaks are correctly put in when the book sis validated only to find page breaks appearing nowhere near page numbers with one or two words between the page break and the number. Has anyone else noticed this?

E.

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