[sw-l] Signs in living color

Stuart Thiessen sw at PASSITONSERVICES.ORG
Thu Feb 10 22:29:15 UTC 2005


Could it be possible, instead of saving color to the dictionary, to 
apply color to the sign when pulling from the dictionary? Or 
alternatively, for teaching purposes, could it be possible to have a 
way to assign colors to different categories of symbols (i.e., 
handshapes, contact, face, etc.) and then it would color the sign 
appropriately?  That might be a handy tool for teachers or people 
developing teaching materials?

Just some thoughts.

On Feb 10, 2005, at 16:14, Stephen Slevinski wrote:

> Hi list,
> Trying to solve a problem with transparency, I found out how to color 
> symbols.
> I put this into SignMaker for international signs.  You can play 
> around and tell me what you think. 
> http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle/sgn-WO/create.php
> Pressing the Color special command will popup a window where you can 
> pick a color for the selected symbol.
> NOTE: 
> The symbols loose their color when saving to the dictionary.  However, 
> if people find this usefull, I can update the script that saves the 
> sign to the dictionary so that the signs include color.
> -Stephen
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