SignPuddle 1.5 Reference Manual
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Wed Apr 4 19:45:12 UTC 2007
I looked between both Puddle 1.0 and 1.5, and it looks like in 1.0 there was only one sign for europa which was europa_1. If that it the case, it appears that the transfer over created a blank europa because there was none while there was a europa_1. I would suggest that you delete the europa and rename europa_1 to europa. One thing that is great about 1.5 is that the difference in names is no longer needed. So we don't have to have the _# anymore.
If they are two different signs, then I am really prepluxed as 1.0 only had one that I could see. (It could be that I missed it).
From: "Charles Butler" <chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 11:54:45
To:sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
Subject: Re: [sw-l] SignPuddle 1.5 Reference Manual
Situation, I have a sign in the puddle Portuguse list as:
europa (there is only the word there, no sign displays)
europa-1 (there is a sign there)
was there originally a non-IMWA sign in the europa list (or an earlier version) and now the europa-1 sign is the only one that was pushed over from 1.0 to 1.5?
Adam Frost <adam at frostvillage.com> wrote:
On 4/4/07, Charles Butler <chazzer3332000 at yahoo.com: <mailto:chazzer3332000 at yahoo.com> > wrote:
Cool. I have been able to delete the BLANK signs. There are words there, but no signs at all. Most often there is a word, and then several other signs that are X-1, X-2. Is that deliberate? Or, when I am entering a new definition, should change the title of the first one for reference as X-1. There are a number of regional signs in Brazil, there are five words for Mother that I know of.
I am not sure what you are referring to. I think that you are confusing me with the X-1 and X-2. Are these signs?
Query about TEXT. Is this for the definition, so that I can write out full usage in spoken Language? The cross-referenced terms are a great feature.
Yes, that is a great use of TEXT. Here you can place the spoken language information that you wish about the sign.
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