File: Translate

Keystroke: ⌘ + T

When you select Translate, your text file is translated according to your settings, and you then see a window with your translated file displayed according to your chosen default View. For example:

Image shows a translated line of braille dots using the Simbraille font

If by accident you attempt to translate an empty file, you will receive the following message:

Picture:  Error, the file that you are trying to translate is empty. OK Button.

Note: Although not fully recommended for accurate use, you can use Translate to "back-translate" a braille file back into inkprint text.

See also: Global: Default Views and View.