SignWriting Receptive View

Adam Frost adam at FROSTVILLAGE.COM
Sun Apr 15 18:47:37 UTC 2007

I updated the captions. Here <> is the
address if you forgot.

I changed the title arrows to the sides because I felt that Cherie's hand
was moving to the side instead of forward, but it was good to see that if
they were forward that the arrows should have been below. :-)

When I was updating the captions, I had made the changes that you explained
in the last two emails before you sent them. I guess that means that I am
catching on. :-) Are there any other things that needed to be changed?
Because I changed the eyes looking forward in the very end to be down
arrows. (I don't think that you have mentioned that yet.)

And yes! This helps a lot. A question about the other hand shape that you
were showing. Doesn't that mean that the five hand fingers are straight and
not curled?


On 4/15/07, Valerie Sutton <signwriting at> wrote:
> In Receptive writing, the overhead view of the symbol switches
> because in this case, the fingers are projecting or pointing to the
> reader and the reader is at the bottom of the page, so the hand has
> to point down, although you are really reading it from overhead...
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