[sw-l] Signs in living color
sandy at FLEIMIN.DEMON.CO.UK
Fri Feb 11 10:28:12 UTC 2005
Under this scheme, what colour should fignerspelling be written? Will it be
blue, the same as the hands, or should there be a different colour to remind
children that this row of hands is fingerspelling?
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> Subject: Re: [sw-l] Signs in living color
> SignWriting List
> February 10, 2005
> Stephen and Everyone -
> Here is the Group Chart with the Standard Colors...If you scroll down
> you will find the color chart with the exact numbers for the colors.
> Notice that Space and Scoring symbols are grey...they are not actually
> written...they are for linguistic searches and other uses that are not
> a true part of the writing system...so that is why they are grey...and
> the DanceWriting scoring is grey because the 5-lined staff, that is
> behind the stick figure, is oftentimes greyed out, so that it does not
> collide with the black shoulder and hip lines...
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