Fingerspelling in vertical columns
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Sat Aug 5 21:45:50 UTC 2006
August 5, 2006
Hmmm...I have several pages more to show you...Jack and Jill, with
credits, and with the discussion about ASL Poetry, is the first
document to be created from beginning to end, with a combination of
SignText and SignBank...I am a little slow because of so many other
events popping up in my life daily (I know it is the same for
everyone!)...but I am getting there. I hope to have a full PDF soon,
and then you can give me editing comments and then we can add titles
and changes if you wish...
The SignBank Document Maker is working fine as a layout program, if
you know how to do screen captures and create graphics files in
another program, like Photoshop or a Paint program...I hope someday
to make it much much easier for people who do not have computer
skills, but if you are interested in testing it, Cherie, would you
like to be one of the beta testers for SignBank8? Anyone else
interested? To test it, you will need to own FileMaker 8.5, so I am
going to call FileMaker to see if they will donate us some
copies...The free version cannot be used until we test the official
version. I hope to have the free version ready in mid September...but
the test version has to use FileMaker to start..
More soon -
On Aug 5, 2006, at 2:32 PM, Cherie Wren wrote:
> The full title of the workshop was "Hickory Dickory
> What-- Using ASL Poetry to Interpret Nursery Rhymes"
> Should we pu that whole thing in there?
> --- Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
>> SignWriting List
>> August 4, 2006
>> An example of some vertical fingerspelling...
>> This page was prepared in SignText, and then the
>> layout was done in
>> SignBank Document Maker...
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