AW: White color - Key handshape is not practical
stefanwoehrmann at GEBAERDENSCHRIFT.DE
Wed Jan 2 01:07:12 UTC 2013
Hi Dali balti,
can you add sp,e examples to explain what you are talkin about?
All the best
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Gesendet: Mittwoch, 2. Januar 2013 01:11
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Betreff: White color - Key handshape is not practical
Hello dear friends and happy new year!!!
Everyone of us knows the "key handshape"!!! in the old manuals, when this
key is written with white color I find it very practical to write the thumb
and the index in an opposite direction to the black, it is very obvious as
you can see it with your own eyes!!!! But, in the new book made by dear
Valerie and brother Adam Frost, I noticed that whatever the color was, the
fingers have always the same direction and orientation!!!! I am puzzled, and
I have to correct my whole signpuddle!!!! I found myself obliged to
"imagine" it black if I wanted to write it white!!!! please can you consider
this case!!! it is not practical at all!!!! Sorry to tell you that, but it
is very puzzling, and I think that many might sense the same trouble!!!!
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