Detailed Writing: Heel of Hand
adam at FROSTVILLAGE.COM
Wed Dec 6 05:24:16 UTC 2006
I look forward to seeing what you have planned. I am also really
looking forward to the new SignBank and SignPuddle. I can imagine that
it will help me a lot with my dictionary project. But you don't have
to rush. Great things take time, and patience is a virture. :-)
On 12/5/06, Valerie Sutton <signwriting at mac.com> wrote:
> Hi Adam and Everyone -
> On Thursday I hope to have some time to share with you, some of the
> other symbols that seem to be working...Some of them were used in the
> 1980s and seemed to work, but there are some problems..that is why I
> never really presented these symbols officially but since you are
> interested, I look forward to sharing them with you to see what you
> think...they work in DanceWriting well, but that is a different world
> and I am not sure how many would appeal to signers...so let's keep
> talking about this..
> Right now I am trying to finish designing the print formats for
> SignBank dictionaries. Tomorrow our SignBank programmer is coming and
> I need to complete some work for him. I am hoping by the end of this
> week to post SignBank for download...I know I have been saying this
> for the past 9 months...I am so looking forward to finalizing the
> software so we can move forward to start adding data and really
> creating large SignBank databases...
> One important new feature in SignBank8 ....SignBank8 will be able to
> import data from SignPuddle2 (a new version of SignPuddle still under
> development)...so that will make it possible to create large
> SignBanks faster...SignBank is used to print and publish large multi-
> lingual dictionaries sorted by SSS...I know you are creating your own
> dictionary, Adam, and SignBank might be helpful later, when you wish
> to publish the data...
> So talk to you all on Thursday!
> Val ;-)
> On Dec 5, 2006, at 8:26 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
> > Yeah, it makes it a lot nice. So now here's a question: is there
> > another view for the other handshapes (ie the square, circle, hinge,
> > etc) like the flat hand and heel of the hand.
> > Adam
> > On 12/5/06, Valerie Sutton <signwriting at mac.com> wrote:
> >> SignWriting List
> >> December 5, 2006
> >> On Dec 5, 2006, at 7:23 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
> >> > Well, that is because I never had anyone tell me what it was.
> >> Now that
> >> > I know what it is. I find it a lot easier to read.
> >> > Adam
> >> It works for me too...
> >> Here is the sign for TABLE that is describing the flat surface...
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