Converting SGN files to graphics files...
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Mon Jan 26 20:39:05 UTC 2004
January 26, 2004
Steven Aerts wrote:
> Guess this is currently the easiest way of doing it.
> We can only do Dic/Din files (and only if it is so important it is
> worth the
> work). Greetings, Bart & Steven
Thanks for telling us, Steven. Converting DIC and DIN files into web
dictionaries is a very big project. I can imagine it is a great deal of
work for you...but it is so great for us...thank you.... I have been
using your ASL dictionary on the web and I really love it...
Thanks for this gift, even if it is only temporary...
> Dear Valerie, List,
> Christmas seems a good moment to show what we have achieved in our
> project. If
> you go to http://plantijn.ruca.ua.ac.be/~aertsbraem/ASL/ you will find
> searchable dictionary of the entire ASL (at least the entire contents
> of the
> on-line DIC and DIN). We hope you will be able to search on signs by
> the end
> of June.
> You can use the 'alphabetical index' ("alfabetische index"),
> 'search' ("zoeken") for different parts of a word, ...
> The Dutch words 'volgende' ("next") and 'vorige' ("previous") might
> interest you.
> (Currently the system might respond slowly due to heavy testing.)
> Merry Christmas to all of you
> Bart & Steven
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