Hi Chris. Below I put my interpretations of what the specs are or maybe what they are supposed to be. John G -----Original Message----- From: brailleblaster-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:brailleblaster-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Chris von See Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 8:38 AM To: brailleblaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [brailleblaster] Re: Latest News I have a couple of questions on scrolling two StyledText controls together: If a line of text translates into more than one line of braille JAG: This cannot happen. Word wrap is removed once the text window shows the translation, so the line may go off the page, but it doesn't wrap to another line. Unless a user is using a huge font, this should never happen anyhow. or if the user edits the braille to insert preliminary pages, transcriber's notes or other additional content that doesn't appear in the text, how will the scrolling controls behave? JAG: If a user adds lines or otherwise changes the line formatting, well I presume that the two views will continue to scroll, but the lines will be mismatched below the point where this occurs. A user can put additional lines into both views to keep things synchronized, but she has to do it. Is the scrolling line-by-line based on the lines as seen by the StyledText control, will the synchronization between the two controls be based on whatever content appears at the top of each control, JAG: Yes or will you use another strategy? and will end users be able to "un-synchronize" the two StyledText controls so that they can be scrolled independently? JAG: No, the user cannot turn off synchronized scrolling. I see no overwhelming reason that someone would want to do it. So KISS.