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4.4.2 Delete Files or Folders
To delete files or folders, navigate to the folders or files you want to delete, and select them. Open the menu by pressing "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" and press ‘Enter” on “edit”. Navigate to the "Delete" option. Press "Enter" on "Delete" to complete the deletion of the selected files and folders. You can also press the letter "d (dots 1-4-5)" after opening the Edit menu to delete the selected items. You can also delete selected files or folders by using hot keys. "Space-d (dots 1-4-5)" and "Enter-d (dots 1-4-5)" can both be used to execute "Delete".

Note: "Space-d (dots 1-4-5)" can be used in other programs on the Braille Sense U2 MINI. "Enter-d (dots 1-4-5)" can only be used in the "File Manager".

When you delete only one file or one folder, it is not necessary to use the select function. Instead, simply navigate to the file or folder you want to delete, and use one of the methods previously described to delete the file or folder.
4.4.3 Select All
This feature selects all the files and folders in the current list. You can access this feature from the menu, or by using a shortcut key. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" to open the menu, navigate to “Edit” and press “Enter”. Press the down arrow ("Space-4") to navigate to "Select All". Press "Enter" to execute the "Select All" function. You can use the letter "a (dot 1)" to jump to and execute "Select All" from within the Edit menu. Use "Enter-a (dot 1)" to select all the files and folders in the current list without entering the menu. When "Select All" is activated, the Braille Sense U2 MINI says, "x objects selected". The Braille Sense U2 MINI then returns to the file list.

An * appears in front of each file name you have selected. You can cancel the selection of a file or folder by pressing "Space". This feature is a convenient method for selecting multiple files for copying, cutting, or deleting.

4.5 The View Menu.

4.5.1 Sort Files
This option is used to specify the order in which files and folders are displayed in the file list. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" to bring up the menu, navigate to “View” and press “Enter”. Navigate to "Sort Files By," and press "Enter". Or, press (g" from within the View menu to jump to and execute this option. You can access this feature directly from the file list by pressing "Enter-g (dots 1-2-4-5)"

Files and folders can be sorted according to the following: "Name," "Size," "Extension," and "Date and Time". You can move among these items by pressing "Space-4" or "Space-1". Press "Enter" after selecting the sorting criterion, and files and folders are displayed in the specified order. If you select "Name" or "Extension," the list is sorted in ascending order, and if you select "Size" or "Date and Time," the list is sorted in descending order. By default, files and folders in the file list are sorted by "Name" with folders appearing at the top of the list, and files appearing at the bottom. Once you have chosen how you want your file and folder lists sorted, the option is stored so that files are sorted according to your preference each time you open the "File Manager".


4.5.2 Set File Info
This item is used to set what kind of information is displayed for each item in the file list. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" to bring up the menu, navigate to “View” and press “Enter”. Navigate to "Set File Info," and press "Enter". Or press "l (dots 1-2-3)" to quickly access this item from within the View menu. You can access this feature directly from the file list by pressing "Enter-l (dots 1-2-3)"

Use this option to select the information to be displayed for each item in a list. The available options are, "Name," "Name, Size," and "Name, Size, Date and Time". You can move among these items by pressing "Space-4 or "Space-1". Press "Enter" after selecting the information to be displayed, and the file list is updated, showing all the information you specified. By default, only names are displayed in the "file list". If you have selected "Name, Size," the name and size of files are displayed. However, for folders, size is not displayed. This option is stored and remains in effect until a hard reset is performed.


4.5.3 Display only Files of Type
This is used to specify what type of files are displayed in the file list. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" to bring up the menu, navigate to ‘View” and press “Enter”. Navigate to "Display only Files Of Type," and press "Enter". Or press w to quickly access this option from within the View menu. You can also access this feature directly from the file list by pressing "Enter-w (dots 2-4-5-6)"

Choose which files are displayed by selecting one of the following items: "All Files," "Sense Word Files," "MS Word Files," "Text Files," "Braille files," "HTML Files," "URL Files," "Media Files," and "Wave Files". You can move among these items by pressing "Space-4" or "Space-1". Press "Enter" after selecting the file type you want, and only the files of the specified type are displayed in the file list. Folders are displayed no matter which type you have specified. By default, all files are displayed in the file list. This setting remains in effect only until you close the "File Manager," so all the files are displayed once again on restart of the "File Manager".

4.6 Network menu.

The network file sharing function enables you to share files between your Braille Sense U2 MINI and computers connected to the same network, and access files on other computers just as you would files located directly on your Braille Sense U2 MINI.

In other words, you can copy files on the Braille Sense from other computers on the network, edit files on other computers with the Word Processor or even open media files on other devices and play them in the Media Player on the Braille Sense U2 MINI. In addition, you can share folders on your Braille Sense U2 MINI and access them from other computers connected to the network.

You can share files over a network using LAN or WIRELESS LAN. When using LAN, once the Braille Sense U2 MINI is connected, you can easily find and access the shared files of other computers connected to the network.

However, when using wireless LAN, it is only possible to access shared files when your Braille Sense U2 MINI and the connected computer are at the same layer. This means that you can't search for a computer connected to router A if you are connected to router B, a wireless LAN sub-connection of router A.

For more detailed information on LAN/WIRELESS LAN configurations, refer to the "Setup Internet" section of the "Utilities" chapter in this user manual.


4.6.1 Search for shared computers and add to the network list.
When you open the "File Manager", network is displayed in the drive list. The network list consists of the shared folders on computers connected to your network that you have added to the network list. From the network list, you can open the shared folder, or delete the network location from the list. If you have not added shared folders to the network list, this list is empty. To add items to the network list, you must search the network for devices, then select the shared folders on these devices and add them to the network list.

To search shared computers connected to the network, Use the "Network Connection Setting" dialog to search for computers with shared content. You can open the "Setup Network connection" dialog box, by pressing "Backspace-e (dots 1-5)" regardless of your position in the File Manager. Or Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2" to open the menu and press “Enter” on “Network”. Navigate to "Network Connection Setting" and press "Enter".

The "Network Connection Setting" dialog box contains the following controls:
"Remote name" computer edit box

"Remote folder" list box

"Add/Remove" button

"Cancel" button


When the "Network connection Setting" dialog box is opened using "Backspace-e (dots 1-5)", you are placed on the "Computer name" edit box. Type the computer name with or without backslashes and press "Enter".

For example, if the computer name you want to search is "hims", type "\\hims" or "hims" and press "Enter". If the shared computer is found, a login prompt may be displayed according to the shared computer setting.

If the computer is running Windows vista or Windows 7, you must enter the folder path as shown below.

Ex) "\\hims\sharing", "hims\music"

Note: if the shared folder name exceeds 11 characters, it cannot be recognized by the Braille Sense U2 MINI.
If the computer you are trying to access does not have a network user name and password specified, type "guest" in the Login edit box and press "Enter". If the computer requires a specific network user name and password, make sure they are entered correctly. If login is successful, you are placed in the Remote Folder list and the folders shared on that computer appear in the list.

Move to the desired folder in the list and press "Enter" on the "Add" button. The network location of the shared folder is added to the network list in the File Manager. You may select as many folders as you wish from the Remote Folder list and add them to the network list.


Use the following keystrokes to navigate the "Network Connection Setting" dialog:

Move to the next control: "Tab (F2 or Space-dots-4-5)"

Move to the previous control: "Shift-Tab (Space-F2 or Space-dots-1-2)"

Use the following keystrokes in the Remote Folder list.

Move to the next item in the list: "Space-dot-4"

Move to the previous item in the list: "Space-dot-1"

Select current item: Space

Select all items: Enter-a (dots 1)


Use the "Add" button, to add the selected shared folder from the Remote Folder list to the File Manager's network list. From the Remote Folder list, press "enter" to exit the "Network connection Setting" dialog box. YOU can also cancel using "Space-z (dots 1-3-5-6)" or "Space-e (dots 1-5)".

Once the network locations of the shared folders have been added to the list, they are accessible from the "network" option in the File Manager as long as you are connected to the network where they reside. In other words, if you have added a location for a shared folder on your home network, you cannot access this location from your office as you are no longer connected to the home network on which the shared folder is located. Also remember that you cannot access shared folders on a network if you do not have a wireless or LAN connection to that network.


4.6.2 Remove Remote folder
There are 2 ways to remove a remote folder from the File Manager's network list: using the "Remove" option in the network list, or via the "Network Connection Setting" dialog.

Using the network list:

Execute the File Manager and choose "network" from the drive list. Navigate to the remote folder you want to remove and press "Backspace-d (dots 1-4-5)".

You can also access this function using the menu. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2" to open the menu. Arrow down to "Remove this remote folder on network" and press "Enter".


Using the "network connection setting" dialog:

Press "Backspace-e" to open the "network connection setting" dialog. Navigate to the remote folder you want to remove. Press "tab" to navigate to the "Remove" button and press "Enter".


4.6.3 Share Folder On Network
The Braille Sense allows you to share folders over a network, so that you may access them from other devices, such as computers, on the network. After selecting a folder you want to share, open the menu with "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2”, navigate to “network” and press “Enter”. Press "Enter" on "Share This Folder on a Network". Or, press "j (dots 2-4-5)" from within the Network menu. You can also activate this function directly from the file list by pressing "Backspace-S (dots-2-3-4)" when placed on the folder you want to share.

The Braille Sense prompts, "Folder successfully shared, please reset your Braille Sense". If a folder is shared, this menu item reads "Do not share this Folder". You can unshare a folder by selecting it and choosing the "Do Not Share this Folder" item from the menu, or by pressing "Backspace-U (dots-1-3-6)".



4.6.4 Set Local Security
If you have chosen to share folders over a network, you may wish to require a username and password for access to the folder in order to ensure others cannot gain unauthorized access to the shared folders on your Braille Sense. To secure your folder, select the folder and open the menu with "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2," and navigate to “network” and press “Enter”. Press "Enter" on "Local Security Setting" Or, press "y (dots 1-3-4-5-6)" from within the Network menu. You can also activate this function directly from the file list by pressing "Backspace-P (dots-1-2-3-4)" when placed on the folder you want to secure.

The "Local Security Setting" dialog contains 4 items: "Username" computer edit box, "Password" computer edit box, a "Confirm" button, and a "Cancel" button. You can move among the items using "Tab (F3 or Space-4-5)" or "Shift-Tab "Space-F3 or Space-1-2)".

To secure your folder with a username and password, type the username and password you wish to use into the respective computer edit boxes. Press "Enter" to save your settings, or Tab to "Confirm" and press "Enter". If you do not wish to save your settings, Tab to "Cancel" and press "Enter" or press "Space-E (dots-1-5)" or "Space-Z (dots-1-3-5-6)".
4.7 EML Viewer

The Braille Sense U2 MINI allows you to view and interact with EML files (e-mail message files) directly from within the File Manager. E-mail messages created and received using the E-mail program on the Braille Sense are stored in the “E-mail” folder on the unit’s flashdisk. The e-mail folder contains “pop3” and “Imap” folders consisting of subfolders for each account in that category. Each account folder contains folders for each mailbox, which, in turn, contain the message or “EML” files.


At times, you may find it more efficient to access a specific e-mail using the File Manager as you do not have to wait for the e-mail program to load the mailboxes, etc. Use normal file and folder navigation as described previously to access the EML file, or rather, the message you wish to locate. When you have located the message you wish to open, you can open it in the EML Viewer by pressing “Enter”.
The EML Viewer opens the message, and places you in the message body. The “EML Viewer” dialog contains 7 controls: “Subject” static box, “Date” static box, “From” static box, “Message Body” multi-line edit box, “”Attach” file list box (only appears if message contains attachment), Forward” button, “Reply” button, and “Close” button. You can move among the controls using “Tab (F3 or Space-4-5)” or “Shift-Tab (Space-F3 or Space-1-2)”.
From within the Message body, use normal file reading commands to navigate the message. (See section 4, Word processor for more details) You may also forward or reply to a message from the EML Viewer. To forward a message, tab to the “Forward” button and press “Enter” or press “Enter-f (dots-1-2-4)” from within the message. To reply to a message, tab to the “Reply” button and press “Enter” or press “Enter-r (dots-1-2-3-5)” from within the message.
When either “Forward” or “Reply” is launched, you are placed on the “To” field of a new message dialog. Create the forwarded or reply message just as you would in the Braille Sense U2 MINI’s “E-mail” program. (See section 8 of this manual.)
To close the EML file/message and return to the file list, tab to the “Close” button and press “Enter” or press “Space-z (dots1-3-5-6)”.
4.8 Using the Address Window
This edit box lets you type the direct path of the file name you want to open. This window also contains the history list for easily accessing recently opened files or directories.
4.8.1 Editing
When you are in a file or folder list, you can press "tab (Space-4-5)" to navigate to the address window. The Braille Sense U2 MINI displays the current path including the current drive name, such as "flashdisk/download/". When you edit the path, use the cursor routing keys to move the cursor to the place where you wish to modify the text of the path. When you first enter the address window, the cursor is located at the end of the path name.

The address window is only visible when you are in a file or folder list. When you are in the drive list, the address window is not available.


4.8.2 Typing a Path / File Name
When you relocate the cursor with a cursor routing key, the Braille Sense U2 MINI inserts the text at the cursor location. If you know the exact path and file name, you can type in the path and file name to open the file with the appropriate application. For example, if you type in "flashdisk/download" in the address window and press "Enter," the Braille Sense U2 MINI displays the list of the files in the download folder. If you type "flashdisk/My Documents/sample.txt" in the address window, and press "Enter," the Braille Sense U2 Mini loads the Word Processor, and opens the file "sample.txt". When the file is open, you can read or edit the file, "sample.txt".
4.8.3 Opening the History List
The history list contains paths, folders, and files that you have opened previously. You can access the history list from within the address window by pressing the down arrow ("Space-4"). Use the up and down arrows ("Space-1" or "Space-4") to review the history list. You can also use the scroll buttons to navigate this list. To open a file in the history list, press "Enter". The file opens with the appropriate application. (See section 4.2.3).

While navigating the history list, you may type in new path names or file names to instantly access a file or folder.



4.9 Hot Keys in the "File Manager"
The following is a list of hot keys that can be used in the File Manager

1. Open: Enter-o (dots 1-3-5)

2. Open with: Enter-e (dots 1-5)

3. Zip: Enter-z (dots 1-3-5-6)

4. Unzip: Enter-u (dots 1-3-6)

5. Send To: Enter-s (dots 2-3-4)

6. Copy: Enter-c (dots 1-4)

7. Cut: Enter-x (dots 1-3-4-6)

8. Paste: Enter-v (dots 1-2-3-6)

9. Delete: Enter-d (dots 1-4-5)

10. Rename: Enter-r (dots 1-2-3-5)

11. New document: Enter-n (dots 1-3-4-5)

12. New folder: Enter-f (dots 1-2-4)

13. File conversion: Enter-t (dots 2-3-4-5)

14. Select all: Enter-a (dot 1)

15. Sort files by: Enter-g (dots 1-2-4-5)

16. Set file info: Enter-l (dots 1-2-3)

17. Display only files of type: Enter-w (dots 2-4-5-6)

18. Search for file: Space-f (dots 1-2-4)

19. Information: Enter-i (dots 2-4)

20. Setup Network connection: Backspace-e (dots 1-5)

21. Remove remote folder on network Backspace-e (dots 1-5)

22. Open in Second Word Processor: Backspace-W (dots-2-4-5-6).

5. Word Processor
You can launch the “Word Processor” in a couple of ways:


  • Press “F1” to open the main “Program” menu. Navigate to “Word Processor” using “Space-4” and press “Enter”. You can also press “W (dots2-4-5-6)” from the main menu to quickly jump to and open the “Word Processor.

  • You can launch the “Word Processor” from anywhere on the unit by pressing “F1-W”.

When you launch the Word Processor on the Braille Sense U2 MINI, it places you in a new, blank document. The menu can be opened by pressing "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2". Don't worry if you can't remember the exact shortcut keys for all of the Word Processor functions, as you can activate all the functions of the Word Processor via the Word Processor menu. The menu in the Word Processor consists of File, Edit, Go To, Read, and Layout. To access these menus, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2" in the Word Processor, select a menu item, and press "Enter". Or, you can press "Space-m (dots-1-3-4)" or "F2" followed by the shortcut for the corresponding menu item. For example to open the edit menu, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2" to open the menu, and navigate to the Edit menu by pressing up and down arrows ("Space-1" and "Space-4") and press "Enter". Or, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" and press "e (dots-1-5)".

Before going in to more detail about the Word Processor, it is also important to note that while you are anywhere in a document, you can discover your location by pressing "Space-1-5-6". In addition, if you are editing a document, and turn the Braille Sense U2 MINI off, it announces the status when you power back on. In the next few sections the features of the Word Processor are explained in more detail. The functions of each of the available menu items are also explained.
5.1 File Menu
The "File" menu contains the functions that allow you to create new documents, open documents saved to a disk, save edited documents, and print and emboss. It also contains various option settings. To select the file menu, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)", and press "f (dots 1-2-4)". Or, press "Enter" on "File".
5.1.1 New
The new command creates a new, editable document. By default, the name of the new document is "noname.brl". The extension, ".brl" is the extension given to documents that are created in Braille on the Braille Sense U2 MINI. It is the same file name that is created automatically when the Word Processor opens.

Note: if you have changed your default document type in the "Global Options", the extension may be _TXT or HBL, as your default document type can be set to Braille, text, or Sense document.

To create a new document, select "New" from the "File" menu. Or, press "Enter-n (dots 1-3-4-5)". If "New" is executed while editing another document, you are prompted for the file type of the new document: "Sense Document (s)" is displayed first. If you press "Space-4" repeatedly, "Braille Document (b)" and "Text Document (t)" are displayed. Select the document type you want, and press "Enter".

"New" refers to creating a new, blank document after closing the document that is currently being edited. Closing the document currently being edited means that the document is erased from the temporary memory. If a new document is created or opened without saving the document currently being edited, the Braille Sense U2 MINI asks whether to save the current document, so that changes to it are not lost. When "Save: Yes" is displayed, users can select "Yes" To save the current document or select "No" in order not to save the changes. If you press "Space" once more and select "Cancel", the Word Processor cancels the new document, and returns to the current document.



5.1.2 Open
The open command opens a document that has already been saved to a disk. Select "Open" from the "File" menu, or press "Enter-o (dots 1-3-5)". The "Open" dialog is displayed.

The "Open dialog" is a tool that helps you find documents that you want to edit and read. It consists of the "file list" (the list of files or folders in the current directory), "File name" (an edit box for typing the file name directly), "Type" (for choosing the format of the file you want to open), a "Confirm" button (for confirming the selection), and a "Cancel" button (for canceling the selection). To move between these controls, press "tab ("Space-4-5")" or "shift-tab ("Space-1-2")".

When the "Open dialog" is executed, you are placed in the "File name:" edit box. YOU can type in a file name that you want to open, and press "Enter". The file name should be typed in ASCII Braille. The Braille Sense U2 MINI searches for the file in the "/flashdisk/My Documents" folder. If you have recently accessed other files, you can scroll through them by pressing "Space-1" and "Space-4" or the up and down scroll buttons. You can open a selected file by pressing "Enter". If you select a folder and press "Enter", the list of files in that folder are displayed.

To access a file that is on an SD card or USB memory stick, you can access the file in the "Open" dialog by moving to the "file list" using "shift-tab ("Space-1-2")" or "Space-F3". Then, press "Backspace" until you reach the drive list. Use "Space-1" and "Space-4" to navigate among the drives until you reach the USB stick memory or the Sd card. Press "Enter" to open the storage device and the files and folders are displayed.

When opening documents, The Braille Sense U2 MINI chooses the Braille grade depending upon the file type. For example, if you press "Enter" to select a file that has the extensions hbl or brl, or if you type in a file name with those extensions and press "Enter", the Braille Sense U2 MINI opens the selected file in Grade 2 Braille. You are not able to change the Braille grade in these documents. If you press "Enter" to select a file that has the extensions txt or doc, it opens the file according to the "View/Input grade" setting in "Global Options". After the file opens, you can switch the Braille grade among computer Braille, uncontracted Braille, and grade 2 Braille, using "Space-g".

The Word Processor allows you to open and work with up to 10 files simultaneously. If you already have one document open, and you try to open another document, the Braille Sense U2 MINI asks you to save changes to the document that is already open. Once the document is saved, an open dialog appears. However, your original document remains open. You can move among open documents by pressing "shift-tab (Space-1-2)" for the previous document, and "tab (Space-4-5)" to move to the next document.


5.1.3 Open in new Word Processor
The “Open in New Word Processor” option works just like the “Open” option listed above, except that it opens the file in a second instance of the Word Processor. This option is useful when you want to have 2 documents open at the same time, and want to switch between them without saving and loading each.

To open a document in the second Word Processor, select “Open in New Word processor” from the File Menu, or press “Backspace-O (dots-1-3-5)”. The “Open File” dialog is displayed just as with the normal ‘Open” option.


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