Must admit, I tend to use the Braille sheets as I think the Braille comes
out better on these, even though i've got to cut them up, which can take me
I've been using these sheets since the early 1990's, although I think the
later versions are not quite as good.
I used to use those smaller labels around 30 years or so ago, however I
found the brailed on them to be a bit too sharp, so I stopped using them
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: 20 November 2018 22:41
Subject: [access-uk] Re: braille labels
Yes, I dearly miss those CD labels. Not only did I use them to label CD's,
but I cut them into smaller sizes to label other items around the house.
They were brilliant and they had plenty of stickiness to hold them in place.
The dymo tape is awful and soon comes off. I have problems cutting labels
straight using the Perkins size labels. The rotary blade paper/photo
trimmer sounds a good idea, the only thing is, can it be used safely by
someone with little or no sight?
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