BaseSymbol and Group BaseSymbol Rules
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Tue Mar 30 18:23:45 UTC 2004
March 30, 2004
These are great questions, Daniel! I am going to welcome some of our
new List members who wrote yesterday, and then I will answer
this...Sorry that I hadn't explained everything to you fully...I was
trying earlier this year, but there are so many wonderful things
happening all the time - I got distracted...I hope all is going well
with your software development of a new version of SignWriter Java!
Daniel Noelpp wrote:
> I had a big AHA! That's why the representative is not always the first
> symbol. This is very important. Val, thank you for this explanation.
> So let me rephrase these rules. To display a base symbol, take the
> symbol with rotation 01 (no rotation) and fill 02 (side palm facing),
> except if the base symbol is the first one of its group; in this case
> take fill 01 (white palm facing). Did I understand the rule correctly?
> And a question to Val: What is the rule for other categories? For
> example for arrows and faces?
> Daniel Noelpp
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