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How to draw text in Braille script.

A - answer You can use AutoCAD text in any Unicode TrueType font (containing the required glyphs) or a special Braille-font (see e.g. Fontspace). You can enter the DWG text/mtext e.g. using the Unicode character format (Braille characters/patterns are on Unicode positions U+2800 to U+28FF) - i.e.: \U+28xx.

Exploded text can be then used to generate (engrave) plastic 3D models (tactile labels for blind/disabled) - e.g. by extruding the outline to 3D.

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100% *  CAD 
12.5.2002    10620×  
applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT · MDT · AutoCAD Architecture ·

See also:
Tip 12863:Do you know the difference among the fonts ISOCP, ISOCP2 a ISOCP3?
Tip 12782:How to insert a character in Kanji or Pinyin into Fusion 360?
Tip 12562:How to display cyrillic or special math symbols in a DCL dialog?
Tip 12181:Using a YES/NO parameter in Revit schedules.
Tip 12069:Unicode and DXF files.


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