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I've seen this up for quite a while now and will take a stab at answering your question. However, the answer is much more complicated than the question. The simple answer is yes, Python is used to convert text to braille tags, and a LaTex package is used to print out the symbols. IF the brailler you are using is not designed for use with a proprietary ...
No. I write books. The reading experience of a book comes not only from the abstract content of the text, but from its visual appearance as well. Text has a surface. When I write, I need to see the text as it will appear on the printed page, otherwise I am unable to compose its visual rhythm and structure.
It might sound very Silly, but the best thing you can do is to use the notepad with a different font, so that you like it. Formatting will be a big waste of time, and using conventional MS Word or others different than the usual notepad won't allow you to use version control . The best control version is through TXT files! After finishing your story, ...
What you're asking for is probably more suited to the TeX stack exchange; they've got a similar answer here, along with some template information. I think you'd be wise to look here before continuing. The nice thing about LaTeX, however, is that the plain-text nature of it makes it easier to modify existing templates to suit your needs. So, maybe the link ...
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