moderated Re: Trouble Opening & Reading A Big DAISY File
If the El Braille is going to be viable as a braille note taker, it should have native support on the Focus for brf files in the book reader, which means you have to put the brf on the SD card.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I don't have one; so cannot advise further.
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Subject: Re: Trouble Opening & Reading A Big DAISY File
On 6/12/21, Chris Hill <email@example.com> wrote:
Well, for most intents, your unit is just a pc with a braille display attached. ...Thanks, Chris.
Someone on the ElBraille list told me recently that because ElBraille is a Windows PC in notetaker form, DAISY format with the FS Reader app is the only way to go.
I would have no problem downloading as a BRF--except that I am unaware of what program I could use on the ElBraille to read BRF. I did this easily back when I was using a BrailleNote or, previously, a PAC Mate.
Would I need to install something like OpenBook or Kurzweil 1000 on the ElBraille to read BRFs?