(See also: New Line (Hard Return)
Code Used: [l]
>Keystroke: (None at present)
What does it do?
It will begin a new line if necessary, but will do nothing if already on a new line.
>Where would it be used?
A simple example might be where addresses are shown on one line in print, but might word wrap in braille at awkward places.
(Note: Using multiple instances as like [l][l][l] will NOT cause additional blank lines.)
Usage in Duxbury:
The Institute of Perfect Braille Producers,[l]c/o Duxbury Systems Inc.,[l]Olde Boston Square
The Institute of Perfect Braille Producers, c/o Duxbury Systems Inc., Olde Boston Square
Produces in Braille:
(Notice the difference between the first and second examples.)
,! ,9/itute ( ,p]fect #a
,brl ,produc]s1 c/o ,duxbury
,sy/ems ,9c41 ,olde ,bo/on
,! ,9/itute ( ,p]fect ,brl #a
c/o ,duxbury ,sy/ems ,9c41
,olde ,bo/on ,squ>e