Narrator supports the following Baum braille displays in the Windows 10 Creators Update. To learn more about braille in Narrator, see Chapter 8: Using braille with Narrator.

For a list of all supported braille displays, see Appendix C: Supported braille displays.

Supported Baum braille displays

All Models (default)

Use the following commands with Narrator when using all Baum models.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • B9 and B10 are the keys immediately to the left and right of the joystick.

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

  • Left

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

 

 

All Models (with Vario keys)

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using all Baum models.

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 4

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Display 1 + Display 3

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

Braille next

  • Display 3

Braille previous

  • Display 1

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 1

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 3

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 4

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

 

VarioConnect / HWG BrailleConnect

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum VarioConnect / HWG BrailleConnect model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • B9 and B10 are the keys immediately to the left and right of the joystick.

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

  • Left

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

 

 

Conny

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum Conny model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • B9 and B10 are the keys immediately to the left and right of the joystick. If either or both are used in a combination that includes at least one of the Dot 1-6 keys while the device is in 8-dot braille mode, then they become the Dot 7 and Dot 8 keys.

  • B11 is the key between the Dot 1 and Dot 4 keys.

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B11 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

  • Left

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

  • B11 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

  • B11 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

  • B11 + Press

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B11 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

 

 

DM 80 Plus

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum DM 80 Plus model.

Note: The display keys are at both ends of the text cell area, just above it. The two at the left are named Display 1 and Display 2. The large key at the right is named Display 5. The two immediately to its left are named Display 3 and Display 4. The two immediately to its right are named Display 6 and Display 7.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

Secondary action

  • Display 2 + Display 4

Show context menu

  • Display 1 + Display 3

  • Display 2 + Display 3

  • Display 5

Pan braille right

  • Display 7

Pan braille left

  • Display 6

Braille next

  • Display 4

Braille previous

  • Display 3

Braille first

  • Display 1

Braille last

  • Display 2

Select navigation mode

  • Display 6 + Display 7

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 3 + Routing Key

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 6 + Routing Key

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 5 + Display 4 + Display 7

 

 

Inka

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum Inka model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • The switches are off when to the left and on when to the right. Switch 1 (upper-left): disable all sensors. Switch 2 (lower-left): scaled vertical sensor line selection. Switch 3 (upper-right): show selected horizontal sensor (all dots raised). Switch 4 (lower-right): enable braille keyboard.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Horizontal Sensor

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

Secondary action

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

Braille next

  • Display 6

Braille previous

  • Display 4

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Horizontal Sensor

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Horizontal Sensor

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

 

Orbit Reader

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum Orbit Reader.

Notes: 

  • A six-dot standard braille keyboard is along the back edge of the top. From left to right, its keys are: Dot 3, Dot 2, Dot 1, Dot 4, Dot 5, Dot 6.

  • There's a five-position joystick in between Dot 1 and Dot 4.

  • Space is the long key in the middle, just in front of the joystick.

  • Dot 7 and Dot 8 are the keys immediately to the left and right of Space.

  • The rocker to the left of the braille cells emulates the Display 2 key, and the one to the right emulates the Display 5 key.

  • Any display key combination can be emulated by pressing the joystick while typing the corresponding combination of the eight dot keys.

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

Secondary action

  • Space + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • Dots 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • Dots 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Right

  • Display 5

Pan braille left

  • Left

  • Display 2

Braille home

  • Dot 4 + Left

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

Braille end

  • Dot 4 + Right

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

Braille next

  • Down

  • Display 6

Braille previous

  • Up

  • Display 4

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

  • Display 1 + Display 4

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

  • Display 3 + Display 6

Select navigation mode

  • Dot 8

  • Press

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

Toggle braille keyboard

  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 3

Vario Pro

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum Vario Pro model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • The wheels on the display module are identified by their ordinal position (first through fourth) from the left.

  • The larger controls on the status module, from left to right, named Status Button 1 through Status Button 4.

  • The smaller controls on the status module, from left to right, named Status Key 1 through Status Key 4.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • Status Button 3

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • First Wheel Press

  • Second Wheel Press

  • Third Wheel Press

  • Fourth Wheel Press

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • First Wheel Down

  • Second Wheel Down

  • Third Wheel Down

  • Fourth Wheel Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • First Wheel Up

  • Second Wheel Up

  • Third Wheel Up

  • Fourth Wheel Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • Status Button 4

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

 

 

Pronto!

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum Pronto! model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • B9 and B10 are the keys immediately to the left and right of the joystick.

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

  • Press

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • Press

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

 

 

PocketVario

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum PocketVario model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • B9 and B10 are the keys immediately to the left and right of the joystick.

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

  • Press

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • Press

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

  • Left

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

 

 

APH Refreshabraille

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum APH Refreshabraille model.

Notes: 

  • B9 is the long key in the middle, just in front of the joystick.

  • Dot 7 and Dot 8 are the keys immediately to the left and right of B9.

  • B10 is the narrow key between and just behind the six-dot keyboard.

  • The six display keys are emulated by the corresponding six dot keys while the joystick is pressed (the joystick must be pressed first).

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B9 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

  • Press

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • Press

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

  • Left

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B9 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

Narrator action

  • Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Routing Key + Routing Key

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

  • Press

Show context menu

  • Routing Key + Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • Press

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

  • Left

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

 

 

SuperVario / HWG Brailliant

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum SuperVario / HWG Brailliant model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

Braille next

  • Display 6

Braille previous

  • Display 4

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

 

 

VarioUltra

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum VarioUltra model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • B9 and B10 are the keys immediately to the left and right of the joystick.

  • The five joystick motions are named Left, Right, Up, Down, and Press.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Press

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 5 + Press

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Right

  • Display 1 + Display 6

  • Press

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Down

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 7

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 6 + Left

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

  • Press

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

  • Right

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

  • Left

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

  • Dot 4 + Left

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Right

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Down

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Up

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Dot 4 + Up

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Dot 4 + Down

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Press

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Left

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

  • Routing Key + Right

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 6

  • Dot 2 + Down

Toggle braille keyboard

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 8

  • B10 + Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 7

 

 

Vario 40

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum Vario 40 model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

Braille next

  • Display 6

Braille previous

  • Display 4

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Display 1 + Display 4

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Display 3 + Display 6

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

 

 

Vario 80

 

Use the following commands with Narrator when using your Baum Vario 80 model.

Notes: 

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:

    • The three at the left are named Display 1, Display 2, and Display 3.

    • The three at the right are named Display 4, Display 5, and Display 6.

  • The command keys are in the middle just behind the cursor routing keys. From left to right these are named Command 1 through Command 7.

  • The keys in the upper row on the front are named Front 1, Front 3, Front 5, Front 7, Front 9.

  • The keys in the lower row on the front are named Front 2, Front 4, Front 6, Front 8, Front 10.

  • The keys in the upper row on the back are named Back 1, Back 3, Back 5, Back 7, Back 9.

  • The keys in the lower row on the back are named Back 2, Back 4, Back 6, Back 8, Back 10.

 

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action

  • Routing Key

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4 + Display 6

Secondary action

  • Two adjacent routing keys

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 3 + Display 6

  • Front 5 + Front 4

  • Display 1 + Display 6

Show context menu

  • Two non-adjacent routing keys

  • Display 1 + Display 4 + Display 5

  • Display 2 + Display 5 + Display 1 + Display 4

  • Front 5 + Front 3

  • Display 2 + Display 4 + Display 6

Pan braille right

  • Display 5

Pan braille left

  • Display 2

Braille home

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3

Braille end

  • Display 4 + Display 5 + Display 6

Braille next

  • Display 6

  • Front 2

  • Front 4

  • Front 6

  • Front 8

  • Front 10

Braille previous

  • Display 4

  • Front 1

  • Front 3

  • Front 5

  • Front 7

  • Front 9

Braille first

  • Display 2 + Display 4

  • Front 5 + Front 1

  • Display 1 + Display 4

  • Front 6 + Front 1

Braille last

  • Display 2 + Display 6

  • Front 5 + Front 2

  • Display 3 + Display 6

  • Front 6 + Front 2

Select navigation mode

  • Display 1 + Display 3 + Display 4

Start text selection at specified character

  • Display 1 + Routing Key

End text selection and copy to clipboard

  • Display 4 + Routing Key

Paste from clipboard at cursor point

  • Display 1 + Display 2 + Display 3 + Display 4

 

 

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