Key Table: Baum DM 80 Plus



  • The display keys are at both ends of the text cell area, just above it. The two at the left are named Display1 and Display2. The large key at the right is named Display5. The two immediately to its left are named Display3 and Display4. The two immediately to its right are named Display6 and Display7.

Default Bindings

Special Modes

  • enter/leave help display: Display1+Display2
  • enter/leave command learn mode: Display3+Display4
  • enter/leave preferences menu: Display6+Display7
  • set display mode attributes/text: Display1+Display3
  • set screen image frozen/unfrozen: Display2+Display5
  • describe character: Display5+RoutingKey

Cursor Functions

  • go to screen cursor or go back after cursor tracking: Display5
  • bring screen cursor to character: RoutingKey
  • bring screen cursor to current line: Display5+Display3+Display6

Vertical Navigation

  • go up one line: Display3
  • go down one line: Display4
  • go to beginning of top line: Display1
  • go to beginning of bottom line: Display2
  • go up to nearest line with different content: Display5+Display3
  • go down to nearest line with different content: Display5+Display4
  • go up to nearest line with different highlighting: Display5+Display6
  • go down to nearest line with different highlighting: Display5+Display7
  • go up to first line of paragraph: Display2+Display6
  • go down to first line of next paragraph: Display2+Display7
  • go up to previous command prompt: Display2+Display3
  • go down to next command prompt: Display2+Display4
  • go up to nearest line with less indent than character: Display5+Display3+RoutingKey
  • go down to nearest line with less indent than character: Display5+Display4+RoutingKey
  • go up to nearest line with different character: Display5+Display6+RoutingKey
  • go down to nearest line with different character: Display5+Display7+RoutingKey

Horizontal Navigation

  • go backward one braille window: Display6
  • go forward one braille window: Display7
  • place left end of braille window at character: Display1+Display2+RoutingKey

Clipboard Functions

  • start new clipboard at character: Display3+RoutingKey
  • append to clipboard from character: Display4+RoutingKey
  • linear copy to character: Display6+RoutingKey
  • rectangular copy to character: Display7+RoutingKey
  • insert clipboard text after screen cursor: Display5+Display4+Display7

Configuration Functions

  • set text style 6-dot/8-dot: Display1+Display4
  • set track screen cursor on/off: Display1+Display5
  • set screen cursor visibility on/off: Display1+Display7
  • set attribute underlining on/off: Display1+Display6

Speech Functions

  • stop speaking: Display1+Display2+Display3
  • speak current line: Display1+Display2+Display4
  • speak from top of screen through current line: Display1+Display2+Display6
  • speak from current line through bottom of screen: Display1+Display2+Display7
  • set autospeak on/off: Display1+Display2+Display5

Special Functions

  • remember current braille window position: Display1+RoutingKey
  • go to remembered braille window position: Display2+RoutingKey