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A six-key brailler emulator written in python.

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A six-key brailler emulator written in python.

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Tired of being on a mac and having no viable options for a six-key brailler emulator? Tired of not being able to fix bugs or request features with existing emulators? Me too!

I was sick of there not being an emulator that is free, easy to use, and easy to install on any operating system.

This is in Pre-Alpha. Expect bugs, and missing features.

Installation

pip install dots-editor

Usage

dots_editor filename.brl

This will open a file for editing. When you quit (I know, scary), it will save.

dots_editor --unicode filename.txt

This will save a file using the unicode braille glyphs. (U+2800 to U+2840)

Pre-Alpha features to add

  • Edit an existing file (I know, big oversight)
  • Start standalone
  • Menu to make a new file or open an existing one
  • Save without exit
  • Binaries for common operating systems
  • Cursor

Alpha features to add

  • resizable window
  • change font size
  • change margin
  • figure out brf format
  • Logo
  • Documentation (and documentation tests)
  • automatic line breaks
  • 8-dot mode

Beta features to add

  • Integration with liblouis
  • contraction help
  • highlighting text to edit or move
  • find/replace
  • save in all common filetypes
  • print (to printer or embosser)
  • spellcheck?

Want to contribute?

Wow, cool. I don’t currently have any guidelines, but contact me using github, and we’ll talk. It’s much more likely to be a successful talk if you have a pull request and a good summary of what you’re trying to accomplish.

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