[duxhelp] Re: For Autobuild users only.

  • From: "Jack Maartman" <jmaartman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 20:17:29 -0700

 Same behaviour in the beta more or less, however the default number of
lines for 10 inch 22 twenty-two, I think. The top margin still reverts 10 in
2,0 12 in 1,0.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "George Bell" <george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 28, 2004 4:56 PM
Subject: [duxhelp] For Autobuild users only.


> If you are not on the Untested Autobuild access list, and if you have a
> build earlier than 28th May, please ignore this message.
>
> If you DO have the autobuild of 18th May or later, I really would be
> grateful if you could PLEASE take a few minutes to try these steps.
>
> 1) Go to Global Embosser Setup.
>
> 2) Select "New".
>
> 3) In the General Tab, where it now says, "(Please select a model)",
> scroll down and select "Freedom Scientific Braille Blazer".
>
> 4) Click on OK. (Which will return you to the main dialog.
>
> 5) If you happen to have other embossers set up, is the highlight on,
> "Freedom Scientific Braille Blazer", or something else?  In my case,
> focus seems to be always on the SECOND in the list, NOT on the newly
> created Device.
>
> 6) Highlight the new device anyway.  Does Form go to "Narrow Width, 10
> Inch Long, Braille Paper"?
>
> 7) Regardless of above, note setting of Lines per page.  10 inch shows
> 24 Lines.
>
> 8) Now look at Top Margin, which should be zero, and enter a figure of
> two, and click O.K.
>
> 9) A warning comes up.  Does it say, "Old Format" 2, and "New Format"
> zero?
>
> 10)  Click OK to accept, and return to DBT.
>
> 11) Go back to Global Embosser Setup, select the above embosser, and
> tell me what the Top Margin is set to?  (Remember, we entered "2"
> previously.  On my system it comes back as Zero.
>
> Fine, but we're not finished yet.
>
> 12)  With the above embosser selected, change the form to, "Narrow
> Width, 12 inch Long, Braille Paper"
>
> 13)  Note that Lines per page is now 28, and that we have a Top Margin
> of Zero.
>
> 14)  Change Top Margin in Lines from Zero again to 2, and press OK.
>
> 15)  Warning comes up.  Is it Old Format 2 - New Format 1?  Click on OK.
> Dialog closes.
>
> 16)  Back into embosser Setup again and select the same Device.  Is
> Lines per page still 28, and has Top Margin become 1 (One)?  But did we
> not enter 2?
>
> Now I have done this on two separate downloads, and on two separate
> machines and operating systems (XP Home and Pro) and I get the same
> results.
>
> George Bell.
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