[sw-l] Brazilian SignMaker Prototype...Please Test....

Charles Butler chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Thu Sep 23 12:53:10 UTC 2004

This is cool.  The particular symbol I like is one I don't currently see in the IMWA as such which is the finger sign closure in an arc.  This is something that has been used in Brazil since 2000 when i was there, and it shows the movement for linda, bela, and mundo much more clearly than in a straight line.

Charles Butler

Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
SignWriting List
September 22, 2004

> Vinicius wrote today:
>> Currently it works in MS IE only. You can test it at:
>> http://www.inf.unisinos.br/~swm/criar_sinal3.php

>> Vin´┐Żcius Costa de Souza
>> Computer Mastering Student
>> Unisinos University - Brazil
>> http://www.unisinos.br


Ha! This is really cool, Vinicius! Please see attached diagram. Your
program is not called SignMaker (SM). It is named Sign WebMessage
(SWM). I like that name a lot, and I am glad we are not using the same
names, so we can know which program we are talking about! So now I know
that Sign WebMessage is a program from Brazil...and we look forward to
using it...smile...;-)

Would you like specific feedback from me? I will be happy to explain
some details to you..the symbols, I think, need to be based on the
IMWA, and I can guide you through that...you are very close
already...smile...Thank you for sharing with us! Write again
anytime...Val ;-)

> ATTACHMENT part 2 image/gif name=SignWebMessage.gif; x-mac-type=47494666; x-unix-mode=0644; x-mac-creator=3842494D

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