Re: Gnopernicus/brltty question

Well I finally had some time to look at this and it appears there is a
problem handling the smaller displays or maybe I am very confused.  It
appears the keys are mapped correctly but when working with an abt320 using
BRLTTY (there is no Baum driver for this display) it does not appear to move
the display correctly.  For example if I go to gnopernicus preferences,
braille, braille key what I see is:
status cells show aat.  Main display shows "PGT Position Switche".  Now I
assume that there is an s at the end of switches.  However when I hit the
key to move the display right what I see is "PGT Optical Sensors".

So what I need to know is whether I am doing something wrong or is this a
bug that I should report to the tracking system?  Is anyone else
successfully using an abt320 with gnopernicus?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "remus draica" <rd baum ro>
To: "Tom Masterson" <kd7cyu yahoo com>
Cc: <gnome-accessibility-list gnome org>
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 00:23
Subject: Re: Gnopernicus/brltty question

> Hi,
> You can use layer 9. Read more about in README file, layers section.
> Or you can map the braille navigation functions (char left, char right,
> display left, display right) to one of the braille command key. You can do
> that from Preferences/Braille/Braille Key Mapping/Braille keys.
> Regards,
> Remus
> On Thursday 15 January 2004 00:58, Tom Masterson wrote:
> > I don't know if this is a gnopernicus or brltty/brlapi problem so I
> > know who too report it to.  I frequently use an Alva Abt320 and I have
> > noticed that gnopernicus does not always allow me to move the display
> > too see anything other than the 20 characters my display will read.  I
> > attempting too move using the standard Alva keys.  Is anyone else
> > experienceing this and does anyone have any ideas?
> >
> > Tom

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