ASL titles for ASL literature
signwriting at MAC.COM
Thu Apr 5 21:24:31 UTC 2007
April 5, 2007
Glad to hear you love SignPuddle 1.5. I agree. Being able to save
SignText documents in an online library-dictionary like this is a
real step forward....so much better than bookmarking! Now we are
really saving documents online, and we can edit them on the fly...
Have you seen the ASL definitions that Adam is adding to the ASL
Dictionary? In the dictionary we are using SignText below each sign-
entry, to define each sign in written-ASL...it is ASL describing
ASL...like the sign for CRY...
But the ASL Literature puddle, we are adding real literature
documents one by one...and you can find all the documents by
searching for their title in English (Search by Words) or search for
the title in ASL (Search by Signs)...Just put an asterisk in the
search field in the Search by Signs section in the Literature puddle
to search for the documents by ASL title...
Have you given your Cat documents an ASL title?
Cherie Wren wrote:
> Some of them will be okay to transfer, many of them I need to edit,
> so I will just rewrite them... (eventually) :-) Unfortunately Cat
> in the Hat is mostly saved in a publisher document... I lost
> almost all of the bookmarks a while back in a computer mishap. I
> DO have it in MS Publisher, but I will want to edit it, too... I
> really like 1.5, saving the documents online! I have already made
> a couple edits, and it is SO EASY!! If you compare the one I sent
> to the list, and the same one (CAT 22) in 1.5, you can see one edit
> I made in the last sign. I love it!
> Cherie Wren
> GSD Staff Interpreter
> 232 Perry Farm Rd
> Cave Spring, GA 30124
> 706-766-0766 Cell
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