Hi Cindy, I'm just catching up on my mail after being off due to net
problems locally. So if you have recieved conttrary info so be it. I would
opt for leaving the original formating, maybe with a notediscribing the
situation, because as I remember the book, the info on the right refers to
the problems being delt with on the left. I red it as sighted some five
or so years ago. Good Luck, Tom
----- Original Message ----- From: "Cindy" <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2005 5:42 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] one-minute millionaire
I wrote to Elizabeth offline before I read her post here suggesting that I ask Daisy and Braille readers here.
I downloaded One-Minute Millionaire to validate. Elizabeth commented that a novel was one the left-hand page and financial advice (how to make money fast) is on the right-hand page, and she felt this was too difficult for Braille and Daisy readers to read and that the book should be re-formatted.
So--what are your suggestions? Should I put all the novel together and then the advice together with reference to the new page numbers of the novel? Is this even legal? Or should I leave it as it is? Is it really not easy to read in Daisy or Braille because of flippingor not flipping pages? Frankly, I wouldn't want to read it formatted that way. I wouldn't want to interrupt my reading of a story for advice. I don't even like interrupting my reading of pages in nonfiction to read footnotes.
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