1. What does BrailleProof do?
BrailleProof automatically detects and translates Braille. The report also provides dot inspection information.
2. What dot inspection information is provided?
The inspection report includes the dot count and translation. This information accompanies the image of the detected Braille region.
3. Does BrailleProof detect all Braille regions in a file?
Yes, BrailleProof supports multiple Braille regions.
4. What if the language I would like to translate in is not in the language list?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to suggest languages to be included in future updates.
5. How do I inspect files with BrailleProof?
Click Braille in your Home page. Getting Started with BrailleProof displays.
- Click the Browse button to select and upload the file with Braille to translate. See the section on File Loading.
- Specify the e-mail address of the person who is to receive the inspection report. The default is the currently logged-in user.
- Click Submit. The file loads in the Preview panel.
- Use the Selection Tools to specify the areas to inspect (if applicable). See the section on Selection Tools.
- Click on the left of the Preview panel to expand the Options panel.
- Select the required Braille Language to inspect.
- Select the required page (if multi-page file).
- Click Start Inspection. The inspection results should display in the Report panel. See the section on Generate Inspection Report.
- Click next (>) to navigate through the differences. See the section on Viewing and Proofing Inspection Results.
- Click Save to save the Report once all differences are reviewed. Click Download PDF to view the report or share to share the report with other users. See the section on Report Options.