[bct] Re: Blue tooth Braille displays

  • From: "Rose Combs" <rosecombs@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2006 09:35:48 -0700

Thanks, I will get there eventually, maybe the documentation will eventually
make sense.  


Rose Combs
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[mailto:blindcooltech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Chris G
Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 10:20 PM
To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [bct] Re: Blue tooth Braille displays


Hi,
i've used the mPower as a bluetooth braille display using window-eyes. you
need to pare the two devices, computer and braillenote.  then you need to
see what port your bluetooth is using and set window-eyes as the braillenote
either with our without keyboard input and select the serial port that your
braillenote is connected to.  mine was connected using com4.



as far as jaws is conserned, there's a keyboard emulater driver for jaws on
the humanware web sight. www.humanware.com/7_0 there's a document that
explaines how to set jaws up.

Here's a direct quote from that document.
"1      Usage
Connect your BrailleNote to your PC using a serial cable. If you are using
Bluetooth, pair with your PC and activate the Activesync service. Configure
JAWS to use the serial or Bluetooth port to which the BrailleNote is
connected (for example, COM1), and restart JAWS. From K "



On Sat, 4 Feb 2006 22:50:10 -0600
"David Tanner" <david-tanner@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

DT> Yes, I have a Brailliant 32 that I can use at work.  It is a 
DT> wonderful, very light weight display with very good Braille.  I have 
DT> to say that I have not used it yet on a daily basis, but hope to be 
DT> doing so in the near future.  I also am anxious to try the 
DT> BrailleNote PK and MPower to see how well they will work as wireless 
DT> displays.  If this really works it will be wonderful, but I haven't 
DT> seen anything that would indicate to me that there is a Braille 
DT> display driver for Jaws that will support the bluetooth on the 
DT> BrailleNotes.
DT> 
DT> 
DT> 
DT> ----- Original Message -----
DT> From: "Chris G" <chrisg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
DT> To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
DT> Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2006 11:48 AM
DT> Subject: [bct] Re: Blue tooth Braille displays
DT> 
DT> 
DT> : You can use your Braillenote mPower or braillenote pk as a braille
DT> : display over a bluetooth connection with Keysoft 7.0
DT> :
DT> : 
DT> : 
DT> : On Thu, 2 Feb 2006 10:46:50 -0500
DT> : "beth" <fb-oe@xxxxxxx> wrote:
DT> : 
DT> : > Hi, all.  The only two I've found are the Braillient and the
Braillino--any
DT> : > others around that you know of?  Does anyone have a blue tooth
display?
DT> : > Beth
DT> : > 
DT> : > 
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