:at is the braille keyboard equivalent to the 3 finger swipe up or down?

Braille on Apple Products
I want to use the braille display to move by page. in the edit field of Read2Go I can use the 3 finger up or down swipe directly on the iphone. Thanks for enlightening a baffled user. Eileen



Submitted by Travis Roth on Saturday, June 9, 2012

Club AppleVis Member
Use the #-sign chord (Dots 3-4-5-6-chord) and the th-sign chord (dots 1-4-5-6-chord) to move by page. You may have to experiment with which one moves which way in the app you want to use. E.g., when on the status bar, use #-sign-chord to activate the notifications center.

Submitted by Vaughan Dodd on Thursday, June 25, 2015

Hi all. I am tempted to purchase the new Braille Beetle from HIMS, but would appreciate any first impressions from users who may have seen one through a demonstration or who may already have one in their possession. Pros and conns, perhaps a compare/contrast with the Focus Blue 14 cell edition. The device is the iPhone 6+ and the hope is that the Beetle performs similarly with respect to stability to the Edge, which I own and love. Vaughan.

Submitted by Scott Davert on Thursday, June 25, 2015

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Sadly, there is no braille keyboard command for this. The only display that has an equivalent that I know of is the Focus.