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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Duxbury Braille Editor (Edgar) is a Braille text editor that allows blind and sighted transcribers to compose and edit Braille files in DOS. Edgar, a page-oriented editor, enables the user to edit Braille using six of the home-row keys on the QWERTY keyboard as if they were the keys of a Perkins Brailler. Editing can also be done using Edgar's bi-directional translation capabilities. The six-dot Braille cells are graphically represented on the screen. For blind users with screen access devices, the Braille can be viewed as ASCII text instead of Braille graphics. Additional features include: multiple file editing, no practical limit on file size, and page formatting capabilities. Edgar may be used either with, or independently of, the Duxbury Braille Translator (see separate entry). COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC or compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: 286 or higher processor, 640K random access memory (RAM), 1 megabyte (Mb) available hard drive space, MS-DOS version 3.3 or higher, and a CGA, MCGA, Hercules, or VGA graphics adapter.
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This product record was updated on February 26, 2009.
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Duxbury Systems Inc270 Littleton Road, Suite 6
Westford, Massachusetts 01886-3523
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