FW: Cat in the Hat for editing purposes
kjoanne403 at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu Jul 5 00:02:49 UTC 2007
Not a problem, Val! > From: signwriting at mac.com> Subject: Re: Cat in the Hat for editing purposes> Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2007 16:46:50 -0700> To: kjoanne403 at hotmail.com> > Hi Kelly Jo!> I would be grateful if I could answer these questions on the List. It > would help other people and be less work for me to explain it one > hundred times to others (grin)...so can you post this to the List? > Many thanks!> > Val ;-)> > ----------> > > On Jul 4, 2007, at 4:43 PM, K.J. Boal wrote:> > > Hi again Val!> > > > I have a couple of questions. First: Is > > it possible to change the size of the symbols in SignPuddle 1.5 (in > > this case, make them larger)? And second, what's the most > > efficient way to print from SignPuddle 1.5? At the moment, I've > > figured out that I can save each column as a .png file, open it in > > Paint, and copy it to MS Works (I had to take MS Office, including > > Word & Powerpoint, off my computer) as a graphic. However, I'd > > have to do about 21 columns that way! I don't know whether there's > > an update for SignBank 8.5 yet that will let me import into it; and > > even if there were, I really don't know how to work with the > > program as far as layout and printing are concerned.> >> > The project is to create a story in the form of a "Big Book" that > > could be used for shared reading with a class. I have the story > > written on my PocketPuddle, and I will post it to the List for > > feedback, but I really need to be able to transfer it to paper! > > (Bitmapping's not an issue; I can always trace the symbols by > > hand.) Any suggestions?> >> > Thanks again,> > KJ> >> >> >> > > From: signwriting at mac.com> > > Subject: Re: Cat in the Hat for editing purposes> > > Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 18:31:01 -0700> > > To: kjoanne403 at hotmail.com> > >> > > Hello Kelly Jo!> > > Thanks for this message and your interest in Cat in the Hat!> > >> > > Here is the private download of the video:> > >> > > Cat in the Hat:> > > http://www.movedigital.com/go/Cheriewren/79141/Cat_in_the_Hat.wmv> > >> > > And thanks to Jason for helping you...I spoke with Steve about it > > and> > > he said he remembered there were issues with Hotmail, but we thought> > > we had solved the bug on our end...one can never know...> > >> > > Be sure to learn what version of Firefox you are using...> > >> > > Val ;-)> > >> > >> > > -------> > >> > >> > >> > > On Jul 3, 2007, at 5:16 PM, K.J. Boal wrote:> > >> > > > Hi Val!> > > >> > > > Like Stuart, I'd be interested in helping read & edit "The Cat in> > > > the Hat", but I can't promise much before classes are over.> > > >> > > > Looking forward to being in better touch with everyone soon,> > > > KJ> > > >> > > > P.S. I'm sure it's my computer that's causing the problem with> > > > loading SignText from emails. There's definitely a bug in it> > > > somewhere that's been causing all kinds of weird things to happen.> > > > Jason (the one who wrote about that Korean handshape) took a look> > > > at it the other day, and I have cautious hope that he might be > > able> > > > to figure out something short of wiping the whole system and> > > > reinstalling everything! So please, don't worry about trying to> > > > fix a bug that's already been fixed just because one > > malfunctioning> > > > computer is mimicking it!> > > > KJ> > > >> > > > Get news, entertainment and everything you care about at Live.com.> > > > Check it out!> > >> >> > Connect to the next generation of MSN Messenger Get it now!>
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