AW: QUESTION ASL signs for Next, Previous
stefanwoehrmann at GEBAERDENSCHRIFT.DE
Tue Nov 18 16:46:47 UTC 2003
Hi Ingvild, Valerie , and Listmembers ,
I agree with your statement.
I found these variations while looking at videos, CD ±± and TV ...
Have a look at the attached gif -
All the best
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Gesendet: Dienstag, 18. November 2003 11:18
An: SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA
Betreff: Re: QUESTION ASL signs for Next, Previous
I don't know about ASL, but in NSL you would need to be on the same
time-line for the two. As 'this page' is a specific event, the sign for
'next page' would be correct, and sign number 2 would be almost correct,
but in NSL the movement would be like that in no 3, but backwards, that
is, a small curve, regardless of wether the main hand actually goes over
the passive hand or not.
SignWriting List <SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA> writes:
>November 17, 2003
>Dear SW List....
>I have a question about the sign for "Previous Page" in ASL. Please see
>the attached diagram. I need to have icons, for the top of a web page,
>that mean "Next Page" and "Previous Page". The sign for Next Page, I
>believe, is correct, but which sign for Previous Page should I
>choose?...I am guessing Number 1, but I am not sure...
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