On 8/4/22 13:53, David Farmer wrote:
> I decided to show the raised diagram of polar coordinates
From Judson's AATA, right?
> 1) I had the raised diagram and I wanted to know exactly what was
> written on it. So I looked up "polar coordinates" in the index,
> and it wasn't there! (My print edition is 2016, so that may have changed.)
> 2) I flipped through the book and found it as Figure XXX.
> So now I know what caption says and what is written on the diagram.
The book itself should have braille for the figure number, the caption, and
other "description" text provided by an author. The latter is being improved,
PreTeXt-wide. Then a blank page will be created where the image can be inserted
in its place, with a single line at the top identifying it (Figure X.Y,
ideally). All planned, about half-implemented.
> 4) At the workshop it was said that a bare "x" or "y" are not
> the proper way to label the axes in braille: should be preceeded
> by something I forget.
IIRC, a "baseline indicator" - a particular cell (I forget which one) that
allows the reader to establish how the cell for "x" or "y" sits. If the single
letter has only one or two dots, it could be confused for several (many!)
5) The whole page needs an overall open/close Nemeth indicator, since I thin all
the labels are 100% math each.