Jamie, I am more familiar with BRLTTY and I'm sure it has drivers for almost every braille display in existence. You can download liblouis from http://www.jjb-software.com . It has Grade 2 support for most languages that use Grade 2. It also handles 16-bit Unicode and the Nemeth Code for Braille Mathematics. Other math codes will be handled as soon as translation tables are mede up. There are several ports to Win32, and making one is easy. John On Sun, Nov 19, 2006 at 10:44:40PM +1000, James Teh wrote: > On Sat, 18 Nov 2006 20:09:50 -0600, "John J. Boyer" > <john.boyer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said: > >How about if each of us tells their interest in NVDA? I am interested in > >providing braille support. My plan is to use the drivers for all the > >braille displays covered by BRLTTY for basic braille support... > It might also be worth considering libbraille: > http://www.libbraille.org/ > I suspect it doesn't have as many drivers as brltty, but it looks like > it provides Win32 USB support among other things. It also comes with > Python bindings, though apparently they're not quite Pythonic yet (but > that doesn't matter; we can make our own modules around them if need > bee). I haven't actually played with this yet, so I have no idea how > useable it is. I also can't figure out whether it has grade 2 > translation support; the docs don't seem to be clear on that and I > haven't had a chance to build and test it myself yet to find out. > > >the liblouis library for contracted braille. > Ah, didn't know about liblouis. Must check that out. > > Jamie > > -- > James Teh > Email: jamie@xxxxxxxxxxx > WWW: http://www.jantrid.net/ > MSN Messenger: jamie@xxxxxxxxxxx > Jabber: jteh@xxxxxxxxxx > Yahoo: jcs_teh > To post messages to the list send email to > nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > To unsubscribe from the list send a blank message to: > nvda-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. > Thank you for your continued support of NVDA. -- John J. boyer; President, Chief Software Developer JJB Software, Inc. http://www.jjb-software.com Madison, WI USA Developing software for people with disabilities To post messages to the list send email to nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from the list send a blank message to: nvda-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. Thank you for your continued support of NVDA.