Surface Symbols and Password

Charles Butler chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Fri Jul 1 15:30:35 UTC 2005

Oops, I misinterpreted the lines as you have
constructed them with a double-line (I took to mean up
and down, following the double-lined arrow) and a
single line (I took to mean in and out, following the
single-lined arrow).  I'm going to need my password,
again, to edit the three words I put on (sunrise,
sunset, and night) to conform to Lesson 06 and Lesson

--- Valerie Sutton <sutton at> wrote:

> SignWriting List
> July 1, 2005
> Hello Kim, Charles - Everyone -
> I am running a little behind on several jobs, and I
> am sorry for my  
> delay in responding to so many questions...
> The symbols that Charles is using, Kim, are called
> Surface Symbols.  
> You can read a little about them on the web. They
> are very detailed  
> symbols that state whether a symbol is in front of,
> on top of or to  
> the side of another symbol. Sometimes we have no
> choice but to use  
> them, but in everyday writing, it oftentimes is too
> much detail..It  
> really depends on the sign, and the purpose of the
> writing...I hope  
> to be able to start answering all your questions
> later today...But  
> meanwhile, here is information about the surface
> symbols....

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