New Honduras SignPuddle

Fri Apr 13 15:43:50 UTC 2007

Hi Jonathan,

You use the SignPuddle interface to translate SignPuddle.  It's easy.

Here is a current list of the entries in the default English user
interface puddle.*

If you want to create a translation, I'll create a new UI puddle for you
that starts with all of the entries listed above.  You'll become an editor
for the puddle and be able to change all of the text.  It's really cool
because the user interface changes right before your eyes as you make
changed to the UI puddle.


> Thank you so very much Val!!
>     I hope to start adding them little by little as I donĀ“t have them
> all written out yet and I am work on a couple of other projects too.
> Eventually I would like to translate the interface into Spanish.  What
> all is involved in translating the interface?  Is there any way to see
> all of the words let say on a web page to bring them home to translate,
> then copy and paste my translations back into the SignPuddle?
> Jonathan
> Valerie Sutton wrote:
>> Hi Jonathan and Adam -
>> I just created the LESHO Dictionary for you on the SignPuddle 1.5 home
>> page:
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> On Apr 4, 2007, at 4:53 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
>>> The register is at the bottom of the side menu in SignPuddle. Be sure
>>> to be in the dictionary that you wish to register. I have been in the
>>> wrong dictionary before and it made things harder than it should have
>>> been.
>>> About the Honduras Sign Language (LESHO) Puddle, either Val or Steve
>>> need to do that. I am not sure which, but I am sure that they will be
>>> more than willing.
>>> Adam
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: "Jonathan" <duncanjonathan at>
>>> Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2007 17:47:20
>>> To:sw-l at
>>> Subject: [sw-l] Login and new SignPuddle
>>> Hi Val,
>>>      I can't seem to find where to register in the SignPuddle so that
>>> I can log in.  Please tell me how to do this.
>>>      Also, can I make a Honduras Sign Language (LESHO) Puddle or do
>>> you have to do that for me?
>>>  Thanks
>>>  Jonathan

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