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A quick reference card

Given that using emacspeak is essentially a question of
using emacs 
I'd suggest thinking of this first as an emacs quick
reference card in Braille.
You can then supplement that with an emacspeak quick ref
which would probably have crucial things like stop speech
and so on.

There used to be a refcard that came with emacs you may want
to check that 

>>>>> "Gary" == Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@canada.com> writes:

    Gary> As the next step in Gentle Introduction, I want to
    Gary> create a quick reference card for Emacspeak and
    Gary> have it printed in Braille.

    Gary> 1) Which commands are absolutely essential to
    Gary> include?  I expect braille fonts must print
    Gary> considerably larger than normal fonts which means
    Gary> there is far less real-estate on an 8x3" panel.

    Gary> 2) Are the usual Emacs keystroke notation
    Gary> conventions of C-e and M-x acceptable for Braille?

    Gary> Anything else I should know?

    Gary> -- Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@canada.com>
    Gary> TeleDynamics Communications Inc Business
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    Gary> They can only give you answers."(Pablo Picasso)

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