A spock handshape?
signuno at YAHOO.FR
Thu Dec 15 16:04:27 UTC 2005
Thanks. That hand shape is a good approximation, but
more precisely I was looking for the same but with
thumb sticking out. Maybe that's not in the current
thanks for your continued interest,
--- Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> a écrit :
> SignWriting List
> December 15, 2005
> Signuno wrote:
> > I was trying to get this handshape image by
> > http://signbank.org/signpuddle/sgn-EO/image.php?
> > build=01-05-018-02-02-01,130,160
> > but nothing came back. Maybe it's the wrong URL?
> or maybe the
> > handshape image isn't available yet?
> Hello Signuno!
> Nice to hear from you again. Go to your Signuno
> SignPuddle, and click
> on the SignMaker icon. Then click on the 5-handshape
> group. You will
> see all the 5 hands. In the attached diagram I have
> circled what I
> believe is the Spock handshape...the flat hand has a
> space between
> the middle and ring fingers. Is that what you need?
> I don't believe
> you can access a single symbol with a URL like you
> above...although I may be wrong...but you can create
> signs in
> SignPuddle using that handshape, with all its many
> palm facings...by
> using SignMaker in SignPuddle. Or, if you need a
> single symbol, you
> can save a single symbol as a sign in your
> dictionary to copy and
> paste it into other documents when you need it...
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