USA Sign for McDonalds
cwterp at YAHOO.COM
Fri Feb 10 11:48:26 UTC 2006
I didn't know I could not put a hand! no, it is just
a base hand.
For the two versions with a middle handshape between
the M and the D... those are really just transition
handshapes as the hand moves from the M to the D
aren't they? ... do they have to be there?
--- Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
> SignWriting List
> February 9, 2006
> > Philippe in Iowa wrote:
> > Looks like Sign Puddle is case sensitive and I
> spelled with upper
> > and lower case âMcDonaldsâ. I did copy the
> image and paste to
> > the email and apparently it is not working. So I
> am using insert
> > format nowâ¦ here it isâ¦
> Hello Philippe and Cherie and Everyone!
> Your diagram came in fine now, so thank you for
> that. And your
> writing is very interesting. You used the Surface
> Symbols to show
> that you were touching the TOP OF something...and
> because I know the
> sign (I think ;-) I figured you meant on top of the
> left arm...The
> Surface Symbols are abstract and we only use them
> when we absolutely
> have to, when a sign is hard to read without
> them...Normally we would
> write a line for the left arm, which is read faster
> by readers...so I
> went into SignPuddle and cleaned up McDonalds a
> little, by renaming
> all the versions people had entered so that all 4
> list when you
> search for them...See attached...here are the four
> in SignPuddle
> right now...mine put a C hand in the middle, but you
> have a Fist?
> smile....what is correct? smile...
> Cherie...is the fist necessary on the left arm?
> yours is number 3 in
> the list attached... smile...if you put no hand at
> the end of an arm
> line, it just means a neutral or relaxed hand...
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