sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Mon Feb 6 18:27:16 UTC 2006
February 6, 2006
I can see you assume that Steve and I can read fluent ASL sentences!
That is cool! But I am not sure I know the signs that are equivalent
to the glosses you mention below...I have not been able to keep up
with all the messages...so I will go back in the Archive to see what
you originally sent and I will answer you...You are way ahead of me,
because I have been so busy fulfilling orders and answering
The way to really tell us if we missed something or not is to take a
screen capture of the way the sentence looks when it is correct on
your computer and then send us the screen capture as a graphic to see
if we saw the same thing you did...
The new problem now is that the sentences are so long that we cannot
take one screen capture of the whole sentence! So this is all a new
experience for us...and very exciting one at that! Thank you for
giving Steve this feedback which is so important...
Since every web browser is different, I guess we will someday need a
document viewer in Python or something like that...so we all see the
same thing...I know Steve has talked about doing that in the future...
I suspect you need to use your Refresh Button, Cherie, when you re-
load in a sentence...it may be that your web browser is holding other
pictures and is not seeing the same sentence you just loaded...try
pressing the Refresh Button several times in a row...when you re-load
On Feb 6, 2006, at 10:08 AM, Cherie Wren wrote:
> Trying to clarify:
> What shows up in my email here in Yahoo is not what I
> sent, but it is what originally arrived on the list,
> and I sent a follow up message saying it was messed
> up. Lots of repetitions, maybe a dozen "he"s...
> When I load it, it is missing the final four signs.
> It ends with boy saying "no", but in what I originally
> built/sent he goes on to say he isn't really bored (in
> gloss: "me bored nothing me!"
> The original sentence said (gloss) BOY HE(l)
> SIT-LONG-TIME. role shift(l): HEY, MOM I BORED.
> rs(center) MOM WORK CLEAN-ALL-OVER rs(r) WANT HELP-ME
> WORK? rs(l) NO ME BORED NOTHING ME
> That is what I originally built in SignText, and tried
> to send. Are you folks seeing that sentence, or the
> one with repetions, or the truncated one? Maybe there
> is a problem with my computers; it would be two
> different computers though, this one and at home...
> confused in GA... ::smile::
> --- slevin at signpuddle.net wrote:
> Re: [sw-l] length limit
> Hi Cherie,
> This is a copy of the original writing that you sent
> to the list. Press the `Load into SignText` button,
> wait for all of images to load, and then press
> refresh. You should have your whole sentence.
> Then go to the bookmark page and add a new bookmark.
> This new bookmark should contain the whole sentence.
> Load message into SignText
> Courtesy of SignBank.org
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
More information about the Sw-l