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What about blind computer users trying to learn about Hebrew braille? Look at the Vietnamese Braille page and you'll see that they showed each character twice: once in graphical format and once in text format for people who can't see the graphics (they listed the character name followed by the dot numbers for the braille). Your page would be a lot more useful if it were accessible to blind people...
A few of the images in this article are PNG files apparently designed by User:Epson291 in the same style as the SVGs created by Commons:User:3247's Image Wizard. However, identical Braille patterns already exist at Commons:Category:Braille letters. For the sake of consistency, I will change those images in this article to their SVG counterparts.
I realize that the images' names do not quite match up to their Latin counterparts (e.g. the image for taf links to Image:Braille Ô.svg), but it would be simple to add comments on the pertinent image description pages to the effect of "This character (Ô) also stands for the Hebrew Taf."
If there is a very strong reason for using duplicate images with different names, then please let me know.00:47, 1 April 2007 (UTC)