Use a BrailleNote braille display with Narrator

Applies to: Windows 10

Narrator supports the following BrailleNote 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 BrailleNote braille displays

All Models

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

Narrator action

Display buttons

Primary action
  • Routing Key
  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 5 + Dot 6
Secondary action
  • Backspace + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4
  • Back + Advance
Show context menu
  • Backspace + Dot 1
  • Backspace + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 5
  • Dot 2 + Dot 5
  • Space
Pan braille right
  • Next
  • Dot 5
Pan braille left
  • Previous
  • Dot 2
Braille home
  • Previous + Back
  • Dot 3
Braille end
  • Next + Advance
  • Dot 6
Braille next
  • Advance
  • Dot 4 + Dot 6
Braille previous
  • Back
  • Dot 1 + Dot 3
Braille first
  • Previous + Advance
  • Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3
  • Dot 1 + Dot 4
Braille last
  • Previous + Next
  • Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6
  • Dot 3 + Dot 6
Select navigation mode
  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 4
Start text selection at specified character
  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 5 + Dot 6, Routing Key
End text selection and copy to clipboard
  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6, Routing Key
Paste from clipboard at cursor point
  • Space + Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4

 

 

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