This page describes the internal functioning of the respective DBT translation table. If you want more information about languages, scripts, and template choices, please click here.
The initial language table for a translation is determined by the selected template, and may be changed using the Document / Translation Tables menu. Using those menus does not involve explicit use of the table designator. However, to switch to a different translation table partway through a file, one must enter a DBT code and the designator for the table to switch to. For switching secondary languages within a base language table, see the [lng~X] command. For switching from one base language to another, see the [lnb~...] command.
The Javanese tables support print-to-braille and braille-to-print translation of Javanese-language literary text in uncontracted Javanese braille. The tables can be described as uncontracted letters, with punctuation and numbers following Indonesian usage.
The Javanese tables can be used for other minority languages of Indonesia, and can also be used for many of the languages of Papua New Guinea. For the language of Indonesian (the majority language of Indonesia), use the separate Indonesian DBT translator.
These tables were implemented by Duxbury Systems, Inc. based on its understanding of Javanese braille.
(Documentation reviewed: December 2014.)
Duxbury DBT: Braille Translation in Many Languages.
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