RE: Braille converter eases web use

From: Philippe Verdy (
Date: Fri Apr 13 2007 - 10:45:14 CST

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    Some other information about Braille alphabets around the world:

    At the bottom of the page, you'll find links to various variants or
    adaptations of the basic Latin alphabet, including the challenging
    Vietnamese, but also alphabets for Arabic, Devanagari, Japanese Kana (with
    first transcription of Kanji to Kana), and variants for English (Unified
    English, American, British)

    I don't know if there exists similar alphabets for Chinese (converted first
    to Bopomofo or some romanization?)

    But there are free transliterators downloadable from this site, as well as
    conversion tables, which will be less expensive than buying commercial
    software like DBT.

    Unfortunately, Windows comes without support for any Braille transliterator,
    so these tools may help.

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