Need some help from a Braille user. I just bought a Brailliant 14 in hopes of improving my decades-faded Braille literacy from "utterly abysmal" to, with luck, "not entirely sucky" and I need to understand this new fangled UEB thing. Voiceover makes reference to "English (Unified)" as a Braille table, but doesn't mention it in reference to 8-dot or 6-dot input or output. The Brailliant doesn't mention UEB at all--just computer and literary, with language specified just as English US. If I'm going to be relearning contractions, punctuation, and special characters, I want to use the new standard. My first question is, is my display showing me UEB when I set it to output computer Braille? And, when I input, do I do so with UEB when I select 8-dot or 6-dot?
Finally, I can't find a reference that tells me the dot patterns verbally for all the UEB characters. I've looked. I could just type stuff on the QWERTY and learn it that way, but way, but I need to know first if what I'm feeling on the display is UEB.