I just finished a book, and while I was reading through it on my Braille displayI noticed that I was getting many short lines. My Braille display fills up, then the remainder of the print line is carried over to the next partial Braille line. It seems that in .rtf format, not only does OpenBook put a blank line between each paragraph - two hard returns - but it also seems to put one at the end of each line of print. Also, after a hyphenated word at the end of a line, it puts a hard return, so you get a hard return and a space where the hyphenated word ends on the next line. I've looked through all the settings in OpenBook and haven't found anything that will change what it does at the end of a line, and this problem with hyphenation just seems to be a bug. I didn't notice this before because it doesn't seem to happen in standard .txt format - although there is an option for text with line breaks which may do the same thing. I haven't used that, though. I was able to fix these hard return space goofs easily enough, and in future books I can do a couple search-and-replace operations to strip out the hard returns from the ends of lines, leaving only those at the ends of paragraphs and in other obvious places. But in the book I just finished, I pulled many of them out by hand so the Braille lines would look better, at least on my display; although I'm sure I missed many if the line wasn't really short. What will the Braille translator do with this? The only way to be sure of getting them all out is to go through the book line by line, something I have no desire to do. Or, I could just leave them in in future scans. For speech readers reading continuously, of course, this is of no importance, but for Braille readers it may look pretty horrible since the length of the Braille display probably won't agree with whatever margins I set - since they aren't all the same - and grade two translation also has an effect on line length. Besides, setting shorter margins will just create half-empty lines in the original .rtf file, and setting wider margins will do nothing. I need advice from Braille readers out there and those who know about Bookshare's Braille translator, or from anyone who knows how to fix this problem in OpenBook - assuming it should be fixed. That's one of the things I need to know. Thanks for any help anyone has to offer.