[Blindmath] IOS7 and math support
jaquis at mac.com
Sat Oct 5 16:39:14 UTC 2013
So far in my investigations this is a computer code fix. Which makes the statement not wholly true. I haven't played with my braille display on websites displaying MathML, but have done some stats homework on my iPad on a google doc using a focus40 blue. Not a final product, but I'm reasonably pleased.
I've long been of the opinion that computer code for short hand equation work is as useful with Nemeth code serving as the formal written out proof language of choice. The same is almost always true in print mathematics. The work is done in a personally relevant form of shorthand, then the final product is copied and elaborated so that it can be read by anyone.
Northern Illinois University
srtikkun at niu.com
On Oct 4, 2013, at 7:19 PM, Susan Jolly <easjolly at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> Thank you Michael for this information. This is wonderful if it is really true. Does anyone know whether the VoiceOver team has developed new functionality or are using what is already out there? And if the latter, what? Full MathMO to Nemeth support would be amazing, especially if it includes some of the more difficult planar issues such as matrices and spatial arithmetic.
> The documentation says IOS7 allows one to set a braille display for Nemeth input. Does this mean there is a Nemeth backtranslator or simply that one can use computer braille to enter Nemeth as has long been possible?
> Thanks in advance to anyone who has additional information.
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