[duxhelp] Re: margins

  • From: David Holladay <david@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 13:36:00 -0500

A question:

You clearly want a left margin of 4 spaces. Is this provided by the embosser?
Or is the work to be done by DBT?

If you have programmed into your embosser a left margin of 4, then say so
in the "middle tab"
of the embosser module. In the "outer shell" of the embosser module, say
you want a carriage width
of 40, and no binding margin.

If you have **NOT** programmed in a left margin, then leave the "middle
tab" alone.In the "outer shell",
say you want a carriage width of 40, and a binding margin of 4.

-- David Holladay


At 01:35 PM 5/26/2004 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi Peter and David,
>
>I will ask this of both of you.  I am wondering why I am still having so
>much trouble setting margins in this version of DBt.  I am using a Braille
>Express, 11 inch paper, and a 40-space line.  I have the Braille Express set
>to 4 on the left and 44 on the right.
>
>Whatever I do, I am either missing lines or my left margin is way to the
>right.
>
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